Vincent Marino practices primarily in the areas of commercial and residential real estate, land use and estate planning and administration. While at law school, he served as President of the Student Bar Association and President of the senior class.
Vincent represents clients before local land use regulatory boards and commissions. He has represented Wesleyan University in its real estate development projects for many years. In addition, Vincent regularly handles cases in probate courts throughout Connecticut and related matters in Superior Court.
Vincent is active in community affairs in various capacities in both Middletown and Durham. He is a former member of the Middletown Exchange Club and served as its President from 1981-1982. He has also served as a member of the Durham Board of Finance (1979-1981), the Durham Labor Negotiation Team (member from 1980-1981; Chief Negotiator in 1982), the Library Site and Building Committee (1982-1986), and the Library Fund Raising Committee for which he served as Co-Chairman (1983-1985). He has also served as a member of the Durham Republican Town Committee, including terms as Vice Chairman (1982-1984) and Chairman (1985-1990). He was a Durham Little League Coach (1982-1984). He also served as a member of the Durham Planning and Zoning Commission from 1989-1995, the Durham Zoning board of Appeals (1996-2008) and the Durham Library Building Committee. He has been a member of the Middlesex County Bar Association since 1971 having served as its president (1998-1999) and the Connecticut Bar Association.
Vincent has served as a trial referee for the Superior Court for the Judicial District of Middletown since 1987 and as Small Claims Commissioner from 1979 through 1982.
He and his wife, Donna, reside in Durham, Connecticut. His daughter Elizabeth is employed by the federal government and resides in McLean, Virginia.
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