Get to Know Federal Magistrate Judge Thomas Farrish
Publisher: Connecticut Law Tribune
July 9, 2021
A Connecticut Law Tribune feature article titled, "Get to Know Federal Magistrate Judge Thomas Farrish," highlights the Judge's private practice pro bono work with inmates as "an experience he credits with making him a better attorney." Judge Farrish was a third -year associate at Day Pitney when he received a call from U.S. District Judge Stephan Underhill, also a Day Pitney alum, to take on a pro bono case for an inmate.
"You don't often get a call from a federal judge, especially as a third-year associate," said Farrish, who was elevated to a federal magistrate judge in January 2020. "I agreed to do it. I was bitten by the bug for that work."
Day Pitney continues this important pro bono work representing incarcerated persons in civil rights litigation in Connecticut and the other states where we practice.
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