Attorney Clifford M. Ruocco graduated from the University of Connecticut, having earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1970, and received his degree of Juris Doctor from The Cumberland School of Law in 1977. He was admitted to the Connecticut State bar in October of 1977 and to the United States Federal Court for the District of Connecticut during May of 1987.
Attorney Ruocco has practiced law as a sole practitioner since 1985, maintaining his office in New Haven, CT before relocating to his current office in North Haven, CT in 1989. His law practice is primarily devoted, by choice, to personal injury negligence types of cases and/or legal claims.
He has in the past performed volunteer work and accepted pro bono cases on behalf of the needy. His record with The State of Connecticut Bar Association is perfect, as he has faithfully adhered to and honored the canons of ethics and the rules of professional responsibility throughout his professional career.
Attorney Ruocco graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1974 and attended The Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, attaining his juris doctor degree in 1977. He was admitted to the Connecticut State Bar on October 4, 1977 and has practiced law in the Superior Court of Connecticut until the present. He was also admitted to the United States Federal Court for the District of Connecticut on May 12, 1987
He practiced as a general practitioner of law at various law offices located in the City of New Haven, Connecticut, until May of 1989, when he relocated to his current law office in North Haven, Connecticut. Since 1985, Attorney Ruocco has been self employed, and has confined his law practice, by choice and personal preference, to exclusively personal/bodily injury liability cases. He is involved on a daily basis with that civil litigation commenced in connection with these cases and on behalf of his clients.