Attorney

Richard graduated from Cornell Law School in 1964 and began his career as a general practice lawyer, working in state and federal courts.

Richard Lublin was a founding partner in a prestigious law firm with offices in East Hartford and Avon, Connecticut. The firm had as many as 22 practicing attorneys.

Before retiring in 1995, Richard Lublin was involved in several high profile cases during his career as a Connecticut attorney.

Richard represented The Dartmouth Plan, and the 13 Banks represented by the plan, in the trial of the State of Connecticut vs. the Dartmouth Plan. Then Connecticut Attorney General Joe Lieberman represented the State of Connecticut.

Richard Lublin also served as a lawyer on the legal team in the involuntary bankruptcy action against Colonial Realty; representing the financial institutions.

Timeline of Richard Lublin’s Career as a Lawyer

  • Admitted to the Ohio Bar in 1964
    Admitted to the Connecticut Bar in 1965
  • Admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut in 1969
  • Served as a member of the East Hartford Public Health Commission in 1969
  • Assistant Corporation Counsel for the Town of East Hartford, CT from 1969-1972
  • Chairman of the Connecticut Wage Board in 1974
  • Served as alternate to the Connecticut Board of Arbitration and Mediation in 1974
  • Member of the Connecticut State Board of Pardons from 1974-1977
  • Admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in 1975
  • Chairman of the Connecticut State Board of Pardons from 1976-1977
  • Chairman of the Hartford County Bar Association Ethics Committee from 1986-1991
  • Member of the Board of Directors of Hartford County Bar Association from 1986-1991
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