Halloran Sage Welcomes Attorneys LeGrant, Morin, and Russell
Halloran Sage recently welcomed three new associates, Andrew LeGrant, Andrew Morin, and Jaimie Russell. Morin and Russell join the firm at their Hartford location, and LeGrant joins the firm’s recently established Springfield office.
LeGrant practices in the Commercial Real Estate and Corporate Business & Transactions groups, handling matters including acquisitions, sales, leasing, and financing. He brings prior experience in transactional real estate as well as familiarity with the title insurance process, underwriting, and corporate and compliance matters to his practice. He earned his JD and MBA from Western New England University and his BS from Guilford College.
Morin joins the firm’s Municipal & State Government and Environmental & Land Use Practice Groups. He earned his JD from Roger Williams University School of Law and his BA from the University of Rhode Island. During law school, Morin served as a law clerk with Halloran Sage, and prior to that, worked as an Environmental Planner with a Hartford land surveying firm.
Russell joins the Litigation & Dispute Resolution and Insurance Practice Groups, representing clients in personal injury, motor vehicle accidents, product liability, and premises liability matters. She brings previous experience at a plaintiff’s personal injury law firm to her practice at Halloran Sage. She earned her JD from Roger Williams University School of Law and her BSBA from Western New England University.
Halloran Sage (www.halloransage.com) is a full-service law firm with offices in Hartford, Danbury, Middletown, New Haven, and New London, Connecticut; Springfield, Massachusetts; and a branch in Washington, D.C. The firm delivers a team-based service approach to its clients, with attorneys practicing in areas relevant to their experience. The firm’s client base includes Fortune 500 companies, closely held businesses, government entities, institutional and private investors, non-profit organizations, and public and private universities.