Attorney Andi Hallier is a graduate of Yale College and the University of Connecticut School of Law. While in law school, she served as Executive Editor of the Connecticut Journal of International Law and received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award for her outstanding work in the area of Partnership Taxation. Attorney Hallier is admitted to practice in the Connecticut State Courts, the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut, and the United States Tax Court.
Attorney Hallier spent the first decade of her legal career practicing with Tyler, Cooper & Alcorn and Littler Mendelson, two of Connecticut’s best regarded law firms. During that time, she counseled and represented clients large and small in the State, Probate and Federal Courts, and before a variety of State administrative agencies. She has extensive experience litigating matters involving personal injury, premises liability, contract disputes and employment matters. She brings to the practice outstanding academic credentials, a strong litigation background, and a firm dedication to providing high quality counsel and representation to her clients.
Attorney Hallier also consistently demonstrates a strong commitment to the Greater New Haven Community, having served two three-year terms as a Board Member and Chairperson of the Coordinating Council for Children in Crisis’s Personnel Committee, and five years as a volunteer advocate for Lawyers for Children America, Inc. She is the recipient of the Coordinating Council for Children in Crisis’s Chairman’s Award, as well as the Connecticut Civil Liberties Union’s Champions of Liberty Award. Attorney Hallier also co-chaired the Connecticut Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section’s Women in the Law Committee, and continues to serve as a member of Yale University’s Alumni Schools Committee.