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A Connecticut Law Blog - Part 2
Steven D. Eppler-Epstein, Executive Director of Connecticut Legal Services, Inc., in Middletown, received the Charles J. Parker Legal Services Award; the Honorable Alexandra Davis DiPentima, Chief Judge of the Connecticut Appellate Court, Hartford, received the Henry J. Naruk Judiciary Award; Thomas J. Groark, Jr., Day Pitney LLP, Hartford, received the Edward F. Hennessey Professionalism Award; and Alice A. Bruno, Deputy Chief Clerk for the New Haven Superior Court, received the John Eldred Shields Distinguished Professional Service Award.
New Haven County Bar Association :: NHCBA Executive Committee
Alice A. Bruno
New Haven County Bar Association :: Bar Foundation
Alice A. Bruno
Other presenters were Alice A. ...
Other presenters were Alice A. Bruno, Executive Director: Connecticut Bar Association; Barbara Chesler, Senior Associate Athletic Director at Yale University; Sandi Kahn-Shelton, Author, Journalist; Deborah Kellogg-Van Orden, President: Society of Women Engineers; Tricia Lin, Director & Professor at Southern Connecticut State University and President, National Women's Studies Association 2012-2014; Suzanne Lyons, Associate Director of New Haven Promise; Laura Pirie, Principal at Pirie Associates Architects;Linda Spoonster Schwartz,Commissioner, Connecticut Department of Veterans' Affairs; Betty Sternberg, Professor Educational Leadership at Central Connecticut State University and Former Connecticut Commissioner of Education/Former Superintendent of Schools in Greenwich; and Janna Wagner, Co-Founder: All Our Kin and Chair, Ulysses S. Grant Foundation.
"Alice was working at the state ...
"Alice was working at the state bar association.
Her hours were crushing.
I was retired and bored.
One day while driving through New Britain I turned to Alice and said, 'You know what I should do?
Find a small spot where I can make soup and sandwiches Monday through Friday.'"
Over the years, the space across from the courthouse has been occupied by several restaurants.
But the city has yet to meet a duo with the energy of Chiovoloni and Bruno
In September, Bruno stepped down as executive director of the Connecticut Bar Association.
looks forward to working with her
husband in a variety of roles.
"If we have a mission," she
says, "it's to make sure people downtown can get a quality meal during the middle of the day."