Morris L. Barocas, Esq.

Born and raised in Stamford, Mr. Barocas attended New Canaan Country School and Brunswick School in Greenwich, CT, where he played football, and lacrosse.  Following his high school graduation, attorney Barocas attended The George Washington University, studying finance and serving as senator of the business school in the university’s Student Association. At GW, Mr. Barocas enjoyed membership in Sigma Chi Fraternity where he served as an officer.  Following college and before law school, Mr. Barocas listed and sold real estate as a realtor at William Pitt Real Estate. In 1995 Barocas graduated from Quinnipiac University earning a Juris Doctor degree.

While in law school Barocas worked in the legal departments of American Home Products and SNET.  The SNET position led to a contract position with NYNEX telephone company after graduation, where attorney Barocas worked on the merger of NYNEX and Bell Atlantic telephone companies, a precursor to Verizon.

In 1997 Barocas took an associate position with the well respected Stamford firm of Diserio Martin O’Connor and Castiglioni LLP.  In 1999 Barocas led the real estate department of a small New Canaan firm and built the practice to substantial levels before leaving to found his own firm in 2003.

Mr. Barocas is committed to continuing professional development to extend his skills and stay up to date on the latest developments that may be relevant to his clients. Barocas lectures before the community, real estate firms, mortgage companies, and banks, and is published in the Connecticut Law Tribune.

Mr. Barocas is a founding member of the New Canaan Alliance of Business Professionals and has served as president and membership coordinator of the BNI Thrive chapter in Greenwich. He has sat on the Board of Directors of the Young Leadership Division of the United Jewish Federation of Greater Stamford, New Canaan, and Darien;  Attorney Barocas is married to Lisa Barocas, a special education teacher at Eastern Middle School in Greenwich and has two children.  He enjoys occasionally sipping a craft beer, watching professional sports, attending concerts, and boating on the Long Island Sound.  Most of all, he enjoys spending time with his wife and children.

Andrew S. Mudgett, Esq.

Attorney Mudgett is a graduate of Quinnipiac University where he completed a dual degree program earning a J.D. and M.B.A. in 2017.  He graduated cum laude with a B.A. degree from the University of New Hampshire in 2015.  At Quinnipiac, Andrew was on the Editorial-Board of the Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal.  

Originally from Chatham, New Jersey, Andrew now enjoys living in Connecticut where he can better pursue his passion for fishing.  He also enjoys woodworking, basketball and shredding the guitar.