Erik Lohr ('02) is an honors graduate of this institution, and has been a member of our adjunct faculty since 2007. Erik currently works as an Assistant Attorney General in the State of Connecticut Office of the Attorney General, where he has served since 2008, both in its Child Protection and Employment Rights departments. From 2003-2008, Erik was a Connecticut state prosecutor (trial and appellate) in the Office of the Chief State's Attorney. From 2002-2003, immediately following graduation from this institution, Erik was a Litigation Associate at Tyler, Cooper & Alcorn, LLP, in Hartford, CT, where he also had summered during law school. During law school, Erik served as a Judicial Intern for the Hon. Alfred V. Covello, then Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut, in Hartford, CT. Finally, prior to law school, Erik served as a Reactor Operator aboard a U.S. Navy fast attack nuclear submarine, and as a Staff Instructor at the Naval Nuclear Power Training Unit in Windsor, CT.
Assistant Attorney General, State of Connecticut Office of the Attorney General