Louis A. Crisci, Jr.
Education: Quinnipiac College School of Law, J.D., 1991
Fordham University BA 1987
Notre Dame High School, Class of 1983
Practice Areas: Residential Real Estate Law, Business and Commercial Real Estate Law, Business Organizations, Probate and Estate Administration, Landlord/Tenant, Estate Planning, Elder Law
Admissions: 1991, Connecticut; 1994, U.S. Federal Court, District of Connecticut
Attorney Crisci has been a general practitioner of law in Connecticut since 1991. His practice has included commercial and residential real estate, business and business law, landlord and tenant representation both in and out of court, Wills and Estate Planning, Probate, Personal Injury and Worker’s Compensation. His clients have always been complimentary of the ease of access to him for advice and legal counseling and he continues to have a substantial and diverse following of clientele.
Attorney Crisci’s experience began long before he became an attorney. He grew up working in his father’s butcher shop, Interstate Beef Co., on Grand Ave, New Haven, CT where his business common sense, work ethic and savvy were stimulated and nurtured. After graduating Law School he worked a short stint as a per diem court clerk until he was hired by a prominent East Haven Law Firm in 1992. His practice covered much of the areas he still practices and more. He became partner in that firm fairly quickly and remained there until 2001. In 2001, he ventured out on his own and opened the Law Office of Louis A. Crisci, Jr. He successfully continued his general practice for over 13 years and enjoys the ongoing support and loyalty of hundreds of clients.
Attorney Louis Crisci is admitted to practice in both Connecticut State Court and the United States District Court for Connecticut.
Attorney Crisci is a lifelong resident of New Haven County, Connecticut. He grew up in Branford, CT, and graduated from Notre Dame School of West Haven in 1983. He then attended Fordham University in the Bronx, where he majored in Political Science and minored in Philosophy. He graduated in 1987 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He took a one year hiatus and joined the workforce as a laborer during that time until be began his studies at Quinnipiac College School of Law. He graduated in 1991, married his wife Kris in 1993 and continues to reside in East Haven with his wife and three children, Louis P., Joseph M. and Julia N. Crisci.