Robert J. Santoro, Esq.
Attorney Santoro earned his Juris Doctorate (Cum Laude) from Quinnipiac University School of Law in 2015, where he concentrated in Health Care Law (with Honors). There, Attorney Santoro served as the Executive Managing Editor of the Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal; he also received a full tuition scholarship as a Dean’s Fellow. Before Law School, Attorney Santoro received his Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from Boston College in 2009 and received his Masters of Theological Studies, with a concentration in Bioethics, from Boston College in 2012.
Attorney Santoro has been published twice on Elder Law and Bioethics topics, as follows:
1. Giving POLST a Pink Slip: Why Connecticut Should Reject the National POLST Paradigm 28 Quinn. Prob. L. J. 411 (June 2015)
2. The Moral Status of the Early Embryo and its Bioethical Impacts, UFL Life and Learning Conference XXII (June 2012).
Attorney Santoro is admitted to practice in Connecticut and is a member of the Connecticut and New Haven County Bar Associations.
Outside practicing law, Attorney Santoro likes to volunteer his time in rural Eastern Kentucky. He has been involved in the Appalachia Service Trip Program at St. George Church, in Guilford, Connecticut, for the last 14 years, and has been a Director of that Program for the last two years.