In 1989, Attorney Wing left a partnership in a medium-sized law firm to establish this practice, where one attorney is responsible for each matter from start to finish.
Lawyers who prepare with the expectation that a case will settle put their clients at a disadvantage. Complete preparation assures the best presentation of evidence at trial and increases the likelihood that the opposition will agree to a favorable settlement to avoid trial.
It has become the standard of practice at the Law Offices of James C. Wing, Jr., to work hard to always be prepared.
- University of Hartford, Bachelor of Arts, Economics, 1979
- University of Connecticut, School of Law, Juris Doctor, 1982
- Omicron Delta Epsilon, Economics Honor Society, 1979
- Selected to the UCONN Law School Moot Court Board, 1980
- Quarter-Finalist, National Appellate Advocacy Competition, 1981
- UCONN Law School Criminal Clinic
- 1999-2003 Hartford County Bar Association – Director.
- 2000-2010 Hartford County Bar Foundation – Director.
- 2006-2008 Hartford County Bar Foundation – President.
With over 30 year’s experience, Attorney Wing has worked in court and jury trials in both Connecticut’s state and federal courts.
His experience includes advocating for clients at trials in civil and criminal courts and before administrative tribunals, arbitration panels and appellate courts. Attorney Wing has served as Guardian Ad Litem for minor children in Family Court proceedings and as a Family Special Master. Attorney Wing serves as a mediator in family and other disputes and participates in collaborative divorce proceedings. He has taught college-level classes in family law at the University of Hartford/Hartford College for Women and presented seminars to lawyers, educators and psychologists on various topics including Child Support Guidelines, Disciplining Special Needs Children and an address to the annual meeting of the Connecticut Psychological Association on “Bullying in the Public Schools.”
Pro Bono/Community Service:
From 2000 to 2010, Attorney Wing served as a director of the Hartford County Bar Foundation and was the Foundation’s President from 2006 to 2008. The Hartford Country Bar Foundation “is a charitable organization whose purpose is to develop, promote, provide and/or support programs of a charitable nature, which assist or benefit homeless, hungry, sick, disabled, unemployed and/or other disadvantaged or needy persons.” See, hartfordbarfoundation.org.