Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy today nominated seven UConn Law graduates for judgeships, including one nominee for the Connecticut Appellate Court. The Honorable Eliot D. Prescott '92 of West Hartford has been nominated for the Appellate Court to fill a position vacated by the Honorable Richard A. Robinson, who was appointed to the Connecticut Supreme Court last year.
In addition to Judge Prescott, Governor Malloy nominated the following graduates for the Superior Court:
- Tammy D. Geathers '87 - currently an assistant attorney general with the Connecticut Office of the Attorney General where she has served in the Employment Rights Department since 2001
- Irene Prosky Jacobs '86 - a partner with Jacobs & Jacobs in New Haven
- Ingrid L. Moll '99 - a trial and appellate attorney in the Hartford office of Motley Rice and president of The University of Connecticut Law School Alumni Association, Inc.
- John D. Moore '83 - an associate group general counsel with Travelers Special Liability Group
- Robert Nastri, Jr. '85 - a partner with Tinley, Nastri, Renehan & Dost, LLP in Waterbury
- Cesar A. Noble '83 - president and managing partner with Noble, Spector & O'Connor, LLC in Hartford
Read Governor Malloy's press release about the nominations.