Anthony J. Interlandi
Cliché as it sounds, Tony became an attorney to help people. He was born and raised in a large family in Brooklyn, New York. His parents divorced when he was young, and as a teen he became aware of how people can be impacted by the legal system. Tony represents individuals and employers in a broad range of legal matters including both consulting work and litigation. He has litigated cases in Connecticut’s superior and federal courts. Tony also represents clients in administrative hearings before Connecticut and federal agencies.
When he’s not helping clients, Tony enjoys time with family and friends. He listens to podcasts, lifts weights, follows the Ketogenic diet and plays with his children. Tony lives in Kensington, Connecticut with his wife Elsa, and their son Anthony Jr. and daughter Liviana.
Tony brings a significant and diverse legal experience to Monarch Law. Prior to law school, Tony worked as a legal assistant for a preeminent tax certiorari firm in Long Island, New York. During law school, Tony served on the Western New England Law Review as a production editor and worked as a research assistant for Dean Arthur Gaudio.
After law school, Tony worked at the Hartford Superior Court as a temporary assistant clerk. While there, he worked closely with judges, attorneys and court staff. Before setting out on his own, Tony worked for a reputable law firms in Waterbury and Cheshire.
Western New England College School of Law
J.D. cum laude (2006)
Long Island University / C.W. Post Campus
B.A. in History magna cum laude (2001)
Minor in Finance
U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut (2007)
New York (2012)
Dads with Rakes
Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven, Board Member
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