Born Providence, Rhode Island, May 20, 1945;
admitted to bar, 1973, Rhode Island; 1976 Supreme Court.
Boston College (A.B., 1967; M.A., 1969; J.D., 1973)
"Acceptance of Guilty Pleas in State Court Criminal
Proceedings," 1971 Annual Survey of Massachusetts Law,
published by Little, Brown & Co., 1972.
"Prison Legal Services - The Rhode Island Experience,"
Rhode Island Bar Journal, January, 1973.
Law Clerk to Hon. Edward W. Day, Judge,
U.S. District Court for the District of Rhode Island, 1973-1974.
Special Assistant Attorney General, Rhode Island, 1975-1977.
Rhode Island and Federal Bar Associations;
(President, Rhode Island Chapter, 1985-1986)
Commercial Law League of America.
Land Use Regulation; Zoning; Business Law; Real Estate; Estate Planning; Probate; Alternative Dispute Resolution
born Providence, Rhode Island, July 31, 1947;
admitted to bar, 1973, Rhode Island
and U.S. District Court, District Court of Rhode Island.
Brown University (B..A., 1969);
Boston College (J.D., 1973)
Rhode Island Bar Association
(Resident at Providence Office);
Probate; Real Estate; Banking,Estate Planning.
born Springfield, Massachusetts, February 19, 1949;
admitted to bar, 1973, Rhode Island; 1974 Massachusetts.
Babson College (B.S.B.A., 1970);
Suffolk University (J.D., 1973)
Rhode Island Bar Association
(Member, Committee on Banks and Trusts);
American Bar Association
(Member, Committee on Credit Unions);
Rhode Island Conveyancers Association
(President and Director, 1989-1991)
(Resident, Providence Office)
Banking and Credit Union Law; Real Estate;
Commercial and Debtor-Creditor Law.
born Providence, Rhode Island, March 13, 1969;
admitted to bar, 1997, Rhode Island; 1998, Connecticut.
Brown University (A.B., 1991, History of Art and Architecture and French Civilization, with Honors);
Northeastern University School of Law (J.D., 1996)
Rhode Island (Member, Probate and Trust Committee) and Connecticut Bar Associations; Rhode Island Planning Planning Giving Society; Estate Planning Council of Rhode Island; Volunteer Lawyers Project, Rhode Island Bar Association.
Estate Planning; Trust and Estate Administration; Gift and Estate Taxation; Probate, Trust Reformation and Litigation; Family Real Estate Preservation; Conservation Planning; Transfer to Minors.
CHRISTIAN S. INFANTOLINO - firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Lawrence University (B.S. Biology 2000), Roger Williams School of Law (J.D. 2013, cum laude)
Rhode Island Bar Association, Admitted in Massachusetts
Land Use and Planning, Zoning Regulation, Real Estate, Business Law, Estate Planning, Alternative Dispute Resolution
Throughout law school, Christian focused his educational experiences on business, corporate, and real estate legal matters. Christian obtained a coveted position with CVS Caremark through Roger Williams School of Law’s In-House Counsel Externship Program and exceled in his real estate work, receiving the CALI award for residential real estate in 2013. Christian also interned with the Rhode Island Executive Office of Health and Human Services during his first year of law school and then worked directly with Magistrate Joseph A. Montalbano performing legal research with a focus on property concerns, including title issues, rights of possession, and landlord duty to mitigate damages. Prior to his legal career, Christian managed and operated a successful real estate brokerage/agency in Winter Park Colorado, receiving Century 21’s Rising Star Award in 2004 and 2006 and the Two Million Dollar Producer Award in 2007.