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Attorney Pamala J. Favreau received her Juris Doctorate from Western New England University School of Law, in Springfield Massachusetts graduating cum laude in 1989. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Eastern Connecticut State University, in Willimantic Connecticut graduating magna cum laude in 1986. Attorney Favreau served as Assistant Public Defender in Windham County upon her graduation from law school until May of 1995 when she left State service to open her own law practice in downtown Willimantic. Attorney Favreau eventually relocated her offices to Willington and Rockville Connecticut. Her law practice is now structured as a virtual hybrid with convenient office locations in both Enfield and Glastonbury Connecticut.
Attorney Pamala J. Favreau is peer review rated as AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubble. Martindale-Hubbell provides verified ratings for attorneys based on their legal ability and ethical standards as judged by their peers and based on reviews from their clients. The AV Preeminent rating means Attorney Favreau is ranked at the highest level of professional excellence for legal expertise, communication skills, and ethical standards. Attorney Favreau is also included in the List of Connecticut Super Lawyers. The Connecticut Super Lawyer selection process involves a detailed nomination, research, and review process. No more than 5% of attorneys in Connecticut are selected to the list of Super Lawyers. Attorney Favreau was also invited to join The National Trial Lawyers Association which is an invitation only organization that extends membership to elite attorneys recognized for superior qualifications, trial results, and leadership in their respective states.
Attorney Favreau has lectured at various legal seminars for the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, the Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, and the Connecticut Bar Association on the subject of domestic violence crimes, sexual assault crimes, and ethics and professionalism. She has testified at trial as an expert in criminal law. Attorney Favreau also supports and coaches moot court competitors at Quinnipiac University School of Law. Her hobbies include improvisational comedy, writing, visual arts, and the study of comparative religions and metaphysics.
Attorney Pamala J. Favreau is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association, Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, The National Trial Lawyers, and Americal Civil Liberties Union.