R. Bradley Morris
Attorney Morris has been practicing law for 25 years. He has extensive real estate, construction law, and personal injury practices. Attorney Morris believes that quality legal representation requires hard work, diligence, and a commitment to excellence. He believes that the firm’s quick responses to its client’s needs has been a key to the firm’s success.
J.D., Boston College Law School, B.S., University of Louisville, Connecticut Bar Association Trial College, National Institute of Trial Advocacy Graduate.
Connecticut Bar Association, American Bar Association, American Association of Justice.
- $5 Million + Advocates – 2014 Personal Injury Hall of Fame, Connecticut Law Tribune;
- Voted on of Top Attorneys of North America 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022.
- Boston College Commencement Award – Wendall F. Grimes Award for Excellence In Oral Advocacy;
- Winner – Best Oralist Award, Conrad Duberstein National Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition.
- Mechanic’s Liens: To Lien Or Not To Lien, Connecticut Lawyer, 2010.
- Dead Men Still Tell Tales: Revisiting Connecticut’s Dead Man’s Statute, Connecticut Lawyer, October 2007.
- Dead Men Do Tell Tales: Connecticut’s Dead Man Statute, Connecticut Lawyer, January 2002.
- When a Nor’easter Blows, What’s Your Duty to Remove Ice and Snow, The Defense, 2002