Mr. Healey grew up in Peabody, Massachusetts and graduated from Saint John's Preparatory School, Boston College and Boston College Law School where he received the Alumni Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Development of the Law School for his work as the sole student representative on the Law School committees that negotiated with the university for the relocation of the Law School on the newly acquired Newton College Campus and on the design and development of the new Law School facility.
Mr. Healey worked as a legal intern in the Legal Department for the Boston Redevelopment Authority during law school, and joined the Legal Department as a staff attorney following graduation. He relocated to Connecticut in the fall of 1977 and joined the law firm of Gilman & Marks, where he became partner. He joined Hoberman & Pollack, P.C., the predecessor of Rome McGuigan, P.C. as a principal in 1984, and, in addition to his practice, has overseen the day-to-day administration of the firm since 1993.
Mr. Healey's practice includes commercial real estate development, finance, leasing and restructuring, representation of underwriters in bond financing transactions, business law contracts, commercial litigation, elections law and administrative law. He is a past member of the Executive Committee of the Real Property Section of the Connecticut Bar Association and has taught Real Property Law as an elective course in the MBA Program of the Barney School of Business at the University of Hartford from 2002-2008.
Mr. Healey has an AV Peer Rating Review from Martindale Hubbell.
Mr. Healey has been actively involved in community activities, having taught CCD classes at Saint Maurice Church, served two terms as Chairman of the Saint Maurice Church Parish Council, served on the Board of the Connecticut Affiliate of the American Diabetes Association from 1991-1997, including as Chairman from 1993-1995, and served on the Advisory Board for Holy Family Retreat Center from 2007-present. Mr. Healey also served as a member of the Judicial Performance Evaluation Review Subcommittee for the Judicial Branch of the State of Connecticut (1995-1999) and as a member of the Prisons and Jails Overcrowding Commission for the State of Connecticut (1999-2006). He presently serves as a member of the Criminal Justice Policy Advisory Committee for the State, is a Legal Advisor for the Petit Family Foundation (2007-present), and is a Trustee of Saint Katharine Drexel Parish in New Britain.
Mr. Healey is married to his law school classmate, Mary (Joy) Healey. Mr. and Mrs. Healey live in New Britain, CT.
Adjunct Professor, Real Property Law (Elective), Barney School of Business, University of Hartford, MBA Program, 2002 - 2008
AV Peer Rating Martindale-Hubbell, 2002 - Present
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