Mimi Peck-Llewellyn BS, JD, LLM
Department of Social Services Aging Division
Mimi Peck-Llewellyn has been the Legal Services Developer and Attorney for the Aging Services Division of the Connecticut Department of Social Services (the State Unit on Aging) for the past 16 years.
She is an advocate for the state's older persons in the areas of elder abuse prevention, end of life planning and healthcare directives, and legal services programming.
also was instrumental in the development of CHOICES informational and assistance programming for seniors and their caregivers, including prevention and detection of healthcare and related frauds and scams.
She is a member of the Elder Law Section of the Connecticut Bar Association and has served the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut both locally and statewide as a member of the Bishop's Diocesan Council and member of the Aging and Life Planning Committee.
As an active duty and now reserve Navy Judge Advocate for the past 30 years she
also has extensive experience counseling active duty, retired and dependent military persons as well as Navy commands in the area of healthcare planning and advance directives.
imi is a graduate of Southern CT State University
with a B.S. in Education and Speech Communication.
She subsequently received her law degree from the Claude W. Petit College of Law at Ohio Northern University and her Master of Laws (LL.M.) from George Washington University.