“Having practiced in Waterbury for 27 years,” responded Moynahan, “I’m very pleased with this recognition. Practicing in the region since 1964, it’s good to know my involvement and commitment to numerous community organizations has been noticed by so many people.” Moynahan’s practice focuses on criminal defense and personal injury, and he collaborates with other area attorneys on corporate and commercial law, appellate law, employment and labor, estate and probate, family law and domestic relations, immigration, intellectual property, international law, real estate and workers’ compensation.
In February 2014, The Moynahan Law Firm moved to 60 North Main Street in Waterbury and expanded offices to 49 Peter Street in Southbury. “After 26 years at 141 East Main Street in Waterbury,” stated Moynahan, “my team and I moved into the beautiful, historically-significant Waterbury Savings Bank building, and established offices in Southbury. These have been very positive changes, and being named ‘Best Criminal Defense Lawyer’ in the Waterbury region multiplies these exciting changes.”
In May 2014, Post University presented Moynahan with an Honorary Doctor of Letters Degree during the university’s commencement ceremonies. The Post University Board of Trustees also announced that they named the law section of the university library after Moynahan. “These are two tremendous achievements and recognitions,” remarked Moynahan. “I simply couldn’t be more pleased and delighted.”
Post University bestowed the honors on Moynahan following his notably generous donation in 2011 of more than 2,000 law books to its library. The donation doubled the university’s collection, making it the largest undergraduate legal studies library in the area. Moynahan is a long-standing member of Post University’s MBA Advisory Board, and the university noted that they had not received such a generous and abundant donation of legal publications.
To learn more about Attorney Timothy Moynahan, visit www.moynahanlaw.com or call 203-597-6364.