Carrier, Michael A.
Current Employment Position(s)
Michael A. Carrier, a life-long resident of New Britain, is a partner in the firm practicing in the areas of real estate, mortgage financing, commercial law and probate law. He graduated from the University of New Haven, summa cum laude, in 1982 and received his law degree from Western New England School of Law in 1986. He was admitted to the Connecticut Bar and the United States District Court in 1986. Attorney Carrier serves or has served in a leadership capacity on numerous community boards and commissions including the City of New Britain Board of Fire Commissioners, New Britain Board of Education, New Britain Commission on Community and Neighborhood Development, New Britain Housing Authority, Greater New Britain Chamber of Commerce, New Britain Bar Association, United Way of New Britain & Berlin, Inc., New Britain-Berlin YMCA, Boys and Girls Club of New Britain, Inc., and CCARC, Inc. Attorney Carrier also serves as the New Britain Special Representative to The Metropolitan District Commission regional water and sewer authority, corporator of the Hospital of Central Connecticut and the Hospital for Special Care and is a Trustee of St. Francis of Assisi Church in New Britain.
Areas of Practice
- Commercial and Residential Real Estate
- Estate Planning
- Estate Administration
- Farmington Bank
- TD Bank
- Webster Bank
- McCue Mortgage Company
West Practice Categories
- Connecticut, 1986
Professional Associations and Memberships
- New Britain Bar Association, 1986 – Present
Honors and Awards
- United Way of New Britain & Berlin, Inc. Volunteer of the Year, 2006
- Western New England University School of Law, Springfield, Massachusetts,
- University of New Haven, Connecticut,
Honors: summa cum laude
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