Paul E. Mawn, Jr.
Born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, Paul spent the majority of his childhood in the Greater Boston Area, graduating from Melrose High School, in Melrose, Massachusetts, where he played football and ran track. Paul went on to Boston College, where he was involved in intramural basketball, student government and was a writer for the Student Newspaper, The Heights. Paul graduated from Boston College with a B.A. in Philosophy, and spent several years in sales and marketing. Several years later, Paul went back to school to study law at Western New England College School of Law, where he was an Oliver Wendell Holmes Scholar. During law school, Paul clerked for Attorney John L. Bonee III at the firm now known as Bonee-Weintraub. After graduating Law School, Paul worked as a Legal Research Clerk for the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch. Next, Paul did some non-legal work, and then he worked as a contract attorney for two local law firms. In May 2005, Paul launched The Law Office of Paul E. Mawn, Jr. In November 2005, he opened his office at 705 North Mountain Road, Newington, Connecticut, and has been there ever since. In December 2011, The Law Office of Paul E. Mawn, Jr. became known as The Mawn Law Offices, LLC. Paul lives and works in Newington, Connecticut, where he is an active member of his church. His hobbies include golf, piano and cycling. Paul is a lifelong Patriots fan.
In the ten years that Attorney Mawn has been practicing, he has developed expertise in Criminal Law, Probate Matters, DCF Defense and Civil Litigation. The following summarizes Paul's experience in those matters:
Criminal Law: Attorney Mawn has represented over 140 adult defendants in the Hartford, New Britain, New Haven, Danbury and Manchester G.A. Courts, and has represented over 40 Juvenile Defendants in the Hartford and New Britain Juvenile Courts. He has served as lead counsel in several criminal trials, and has completed over 120 Hours of Criminal Practice/Trial Advocacy Training.
Probate Matters: Attorney Mawn has been involved in a wide variety of probate litigation, but his specialty is fiduciary litigation. Along these lines, Paul has represented several clients in will contests, and has brought and defended legal actions against conservators, administrators and executors. During the course of this litigation, Attorney Mawn has had occasion to file several Probate Appeals. In addition, Attorney Mawn has provided a full range of estate planning services to a diverse cross-section of clients.
DCF Defense: Attorney Mawn has represented parents and children on neglect and abuse matters in the Superior Court for Juvenile Matters, and has provided trial advocacy before the Child Protection Session at Middletown.
Civil Matters: Attorney Mawn has provided representation on civil rights matters, administrative appeals, collections matters, contract disputes and other civil matters in Superior Court.