The law firm of Tobin, Carberry, O’Malley, Riley & Selinger, P.C. of New London, Connecticut, is pleased to announce that Senior Partner Glenn Carberry will be honored by the Connecticut Law Tribune during its sixth annual Professional Excellence award ceremony to be held virtually on September 30th. Attorney Carberry will be recognized for his contributions to the legal community and his firm under the category of “Best Mentor” along with several other recipients.
TCORS’ Managing Partner Kristin Wainright remarked “Glenn has led the firm’s efforts on attorney recruitment for many years. He has served as a role model and example for associates and junior partners, taking the time to build bonds with younger generations for the benefit of the firm. Glenn has been instrumental in formulating a succession plan for our firm. His foresight has better positioned TCORS to move forward over the next several years while continuing to build its foundation of legal talent.”
Glenn served as the managing partner of TCORS for 35 years and his practice focuses primarily on telecommunications, land use and business transactions. He holds distinctions from Best Lawyers, Super Lawyers, and is AV® Preeminent™ Peer Rated from Martindale-Hubbell. He was named “Citizen of the Year” in 1995 and received the “William Crawford Distinguished Service Award” in 1996 from the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut. For over thirty-five years, he has been a leader of numerous civic and community organizations in Eastern Connecticut, including serving as a Trustee for the Norwich Free Academy and as President of the Norwich Free Academy Foundation. A world traveler, he recently published a book about his visits to more than 60 countries and numerous World Heritage Sites called “Epic Destinations,” which has been donated for use by several local school systems.
“Glenn has been a mentor to many people both within and outside the practice of law. Glenn has always shown a commitment to New London County in terms of his volunteerism and support of economic development and revitalization. He has encouraged and fostered these values at our firm and served as a role model for younger lawyers to become actively engaged in the community,” said Partner William Sweeney.
The Connecticut Law Tribune’s 2020 award categories include Giant Slayers, Officiator of the Year, Attorney of the Year, New Leaders in Law, Unsung Heroes, Lifetime Achievement, In-house Counsel, Game Changers, Litigation Department of the Year, Best Mentors, and Distinguished Leaders.
The Connecticut Law Tribune, founded in 1975, is a weekly newspaper published by ALM Media. The publication covers issues affecting the Connecticut legal community, including insurance law and comprehensive coverage of notable verdicts and settlements.