BIOGRAPHY

    Attorney Thomas E. Crosby graduated magna cum laude from SUNY Plattsburgh in 1977.  He attended law school at American University, graduating in 1980.  After law school, Attorney Crosby clerked for the FDA’s Chief Administrative Law Judge Daniel Davidson working on cyclamates and other food safety cases.  While in Washington D.C., Attorney Crosby also clerked for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, working for U.S. Senator Birch Bye (D-Id.) and the late Senator Ted Kennedy (D-Ma.)

    Relocating to Connecticut in 1980, Attorney Crosby began his legal career with Bai, Pollack & Donegan and afterward with The Pellegrino Law Firm of New Haven, Connecticut until 1988 when he began his solo practice.  After forming the partnership of Crosby and Cronan, LLC in 2001, Attorney Crosby formed The Crosby Law Firm, LLC in 2009 relocating to the picturesque Guilford Green at 23 Boston Street.

    Thomas E. Crosby has been a resident in Guilford, Connecticut for over 25 years.  He is married, has raised four (4) children in the Guilford School System and has been extensively involved in community activities.  He annually attends service trips to Booneville, Kentucky with St. George’s Church, spending ten (10) days each summer working with the Appalachia poor.  He is a past board member of the Guilford Rotary Club, past President and Vice President of St. George Parrish Council and has served as a board of director on half-way houses.  He coaches youth league basketball and currently sings with master choir, Con Brio, from Old Saybrook, Connecticut.

 
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