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Antonio C. Robaina

President of the Board of Directors

Connection Inc

HQ Phone:  (860) 343-5500

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Connection Inc

100 Roscommon Dr Ste 203

Middletown, Connecticut,06457

United States

Company Description

The Connection is a non-profit statewide human service agency, headquartered in Middletown, that provides services throughout the state in the areas of community justice, behavioral health, and family support services. The agency serves almost 4,000 individual...more

Background Information

Employment History

Vice Chairman

Planning & Zoning Commission


Presiding Judge

Hartford Superior Court


Co-Chair

CBA Task Force for the Study


Affiliations

Quinnipiac University

Member of the Adjunct Faculty


Connecticut Bar Association

James Cooper Fellow


American Immigration Lawyers Association

Member


Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association

Member


New Haven County Bar Association

Member


National Hispanic Bar Association

Member


Children's Center

Board Member


Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association

Member and Director


Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association

Board Member


Lawyer's Collaborative for Diversity

Chairman of the Diversity Award Committee


Education

University of Connecticut


University of Connecticut School of Law


Web References(83 Total References)


Events & Seminars : A View From The Bench: Judge Robaina - Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association

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A View From The Bench: Judge Robaina
Events & Seminars : A View From The Bench: Judge Robaina - Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association A View From The Bench: Judge Robaina Friday, March 21, 2014 12:00pm - 1:30pm Shipman & Goodwin Courtroom One Constitution Plaza Hartford, CT 06103 Life Now Video - Real Filmmakers - Quality Settlement Video WITH JUDGE ROBAINA Come and participate in a discussion with Judge Robaina about his role as Presiding Judge in Hartford. Hear his perspective on mediation, oral argument, trial scheduling and other important topics that will make you a better lawyer The Honorable Antonio C. Robaina The Honorable Antonio C. Robaina was appointed to the Superior Court in 1998. Judge Robaina is currently assigned as the presiding judge for civil matters in the Hartford Judicial District at 95 Washington Street. Previously, he was the Administrative Judge in the Windham Judicial District and the presiding judge for civil matters in the New Haven Judicial District, as well as the Assistant Administrative Judge in that district. From September 2002 to August 2003, Judge Robaina was the presiding judge for Family Matters in the Hartford Judicial District, having the largest family docket in the state. He has served in judicial districts throughout the state as a trial judge in criminal, family, civil jury and juvenile cases. Judge Robaina acts as a mediator in medical malpractice cases and other types of civil litigation. He has served as the co-chairperson of a bench/bar committee with respect to medical malpractice cases. He served as the co-chair of the Connecticut Bar Association's Task Force on Mandatory Mentoring and will serve as a member on the follow up committee, called Mentoring Task Force II. He is a member of the adjunct faculty at Quinnipiac University. He has participated in the Quinnipiac Law School Externship Program and has mentored law school students through the Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association Mentoring Program. He also serves as a mentor to other judges in the Judicial Branch mentoring program. He was a member of the Rules Committee of the Judges of the Superior Court. He is a James Cooper Fellow of the Connecticut Bar Foundation. He was the chairman of the Diversity Award Committee for the Lawyer's Collaborative for Diversity. He is the recipient of an Achievement Award from the Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association. He is the recipient of the Judge Robert Zampano Excellence in Mediation Award given by Community Mediation, Inc., and the 2009 Connecticut Trial Lawyers Judicial Award. From 1979 to 1998, Judge Robaina practiced law in New Haven. His was a general practice and included plaintiff's personal injury, insurance defense, criminal defense, immigration law and family matters. His partner during his entire career as a lawyer was his father. He was a member of many organizations, including the New Haven County Bar Association, the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the National Hispanic Bar Association and the Connecticut Bar Association. He was a one of the founders and a member of the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association. Judge Robaina served as the president of the board of directors of The Connection Fund, Inc., a nonprofit corporation designed to develop real estate for charitable purposes. During his tenure, The Connection Fund completed the state's first supportive housing project called Liberty Commons, which consists of 40 units of supportive housing in Middletown. That organization also built supportive housing for pregnant women in Groton called Mother's Retreat, a children's space called Kids City in Middletown and renovated the former YWCA in New Haven to house treatment and rehabilitation facilities. Judge Robaina also served on the board of directors of the Children's Center, the New Haven Youth Law Education Project and was a director and the former treasurer of Casa Otanal, an elderly housing facility and center in New Haven. Judge Robaina was the chairman of the Deep River Board of Education from 1987 to 1997, and the vice chairman of the planning and zoning commission. He served one term as the chairman of the Region Four Supervision District Board of Education and served on the district's negotiations committee. Judge Robaina was born in Havana, Cuba and is fluent in English and Spanish. He is a graduate of the University of Connecticut and the University of Connecticut School of Law. Hon. Antonio C. Robaina


2016 April

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From left to right: CBA President, William H. Clendenen, Jr.; the Honorable Antonio C. Robaina, recipient of the Henry J. Naruk Judiciary Award; CBA Vice President, Karen DeMeola; and CBA President-elect, Monte E. Frank.
From left to right: CBA President, William H. Clendenen, Jr.; the Honorable Antonio C. Robaina, recipient of the Henry J. Naruk Judiciary Award; CBA Vice President, Karen DeMeola; and CBA President-elect, Monte E. Frank. ESSEX - The Honorable Antonio C. Robaina was recently presented with the Henry J. Naruk Judiciary Award at the Connecticut Bar Association's annual awards celebration, "Celebrate with the Stars," in New Britain. Judge Robaina was selected based on nominations submitted to the CBA Awards Committee. Judge Robaina was appointed to the Superior Court in 1998 and is currently assigned to the Hartford Judicial District as the presiding civil judge. From 2005 to 2010, he was the administrative judge in the Windham Judicial District; previously, Judge Robaina served as the presiding judge for civil matters in the New Haven Judicial District, as well as the assistant administrative judge. In 2002, Judge Robaina was the presiding judge for family matters in the Hartford Judicial District. He is one of the few judges who have served in a presiding role in civil, criminal, and family, and has served in judicial districts throughout the state as a trial judge in those same areas. From 1979 to 1998, Judge Robaina was engaged in general practice in New Haven, which included plaintiff's personal injury, insurance defense, criminal defense, immigration law, and family matters. He currently serves as a member of the adjunct faculty at Quinnipiac University. Judge Robaina was one of the original founders and a member of the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association and has served as the chairman of the Diversity Award Committee for the Lawyer's Collaborative for Diversity. He has been a member of the Rules Committee of the judges of the superior court, and a number of other committees for the Judicial Branch and various bar organizations. Judge Robaina has dedicated much of his time as a mediator in a variety of capacities. He has participated in the externship programs at both the University of Connecticut School of Law and Quinnipiac University Law School, has mentored law school students through the Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association Mentoring Program, and has mentored other judges in the Judicial Branch mentoring program. Judge Robaina has served as the co-chair of a bench/bar committee with respect to medical malpractice cases as well as the co-chair of the CBA Task Force for the Study of a Mentoring Program, which explored the establishment of a mandatory mentoring program for new lawyers in the state of Connecticut. From left to right: CBA President, William H. Clendenen, Jr.; the Honorable Antonio C. Robaina, recipient of the Henry J. Naruk Judiciary Award; CBA Vice President, Karen DeMeola; and CBA President-elect, Monte E. Frank.


2017 Robert C. Zampano Reception « Community Mediation, Inc.

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2008: The Honorable Antonio C. Robaina
Quinnipiac University School of Law


CTLA Civil Justice Foundation Presents Mediation/Settlement Seminar | Connecticut Medical Malpractice Attorneys | Personal Injury Lawyer CT

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Honorable Antonio C. Robaina, Superior Court


Judge Dismisses GOP Challenge to Malloy Campaign Spending | Connecticut Medical Malpractice Attorneys | Personal Injury Lawyer CT

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The lawsuit was filed Oct. 17, when the Republican Party of Connecticut asked Judge Antonio Robaina to decide whether the use of the contributions made to the national Democratic Party was in fact a violation of state election law.
The Republicans sought to block the use of the funds, and asked that the Malloy campaign be ordered to return $6 million in grant money it received for participation of the Citizens' Election Program. But instead, Robaina granted a motion to dismiss that was filed by lawyers for the Democratic Party, which included David Golub of Silver Golub & Teitel.


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