Roger T. Scully, Joins Suisman Shapiro As Its Newest Trial Lawyer
NEW LONDON, CT: Roger T. Scully recently joined Suisman Shapiro as an Associate, and will begin his practice in the areas of civil and personal injury litigation and criminal defense. Attorney Scully received his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Vermont in 2009, and his J.D. from Western New England University School of Law (WNESL), cum laude, in 2013. Attorney Scully was admitted to the bar in Connecticut and Massachusetts in 2013 .
“Roger is an extremely talented young lawyer with extensive jury trial experience,” said Attorney John A. Collins, III, Managing Director of the firm. “Suisman Shapiro is pleased to welcome him to our established team of award-winning attorneys,” he added.
Most recently, Mr. Scully served as Assistant District Attorney for the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office, representing the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in a diverse range of criminal matters.
During law school, Roger was the Publishing Editor of the WNESL Law Review and received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in “Advanced Writing and Legal Research.” He served as a judicial intern under Judge Kenneth Shluger in the Norwich Superior Court (CT). Roger also worked as a legislative coordinator for Connecticut’s largest government relations firm, Gaffney Bennett and Associates of New Britain, CT.
While an undergraduate at the University of Vermont, Roger was a four-year member of the men’s Varsity Soccer team. He is an avid sports fan, and still enjoys playing soccer in his spare time, as well as basketball, skiing, hiking and running.
Roger currently resides in Niantic, Connecticut.