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About Attorney Synodi

Attorney Synodi

CHRISTINE SYNODI

Attorney Synodi focuses her practice in the area of civil litigation including a wide range of personal injury, municipal liability, and labor and employment law issues.  Throughout her career, she has worked for both plaintiffs and defendants in many areas of civil work including mass tort litigation, employment disputes, contract and business litigation, slip and falls, motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice and municipal liability cases.  She has successfully argued before the Connecticut Appellate Court in a matter concerning the issue of educational malpractice.

Prior to her legal career, Attorney Synodi was a benefit consultant for Aetna Health Plans, having assisted Aetna’s largest and most prestigious clients including many Fortune 500 Companies in employee benefits.  Having six years experience with health care in Aetna’s National Accounts Division, she is familiar with and knowledgeable in employee health care and benefits related issues.

Attorney Synodi is a member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, the Connecticut Employment Lawyers Association, and the ABA.  She is admitted to practice in the State of Connecticut and the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut.

EDUCATION

Connecticut College B.A.1988

Wesleyan University M.A. credits

University of Connecticut J.D.  1996

AFFILIATIONS AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Attorney Synodi and Attorney Videll and their family are highly active in the Make-A- Wish-Foundation, having had a child who has survived cancer.   Attorney Synodi and daughter Sophia have been profiled on Fox Connecticut’s Make-A-Wish Mondays and Attorney Synodi has been a guest of NPR’s Faith Middleton show to discuss the impact of childhood cancer on parents and families.  She is frequently asked to speak at various functions and venues in this capacity, including local events for Make-A- Wish and for Camp Rising Sun, a Connecticut Camp for children with cancer run by the American Cancer Society.

 

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