Johanna S. Katz is an associate in the Litigation Department. During law school, Johanna was a Senior Associate Editor for Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal and served as a legal intern to the Connecticut State's Attorney's Office in Hartford where she performed legal research and assisted in trial preparation. Johanna's experience also includes working at two Hartford-area law firms as a paralegal and a legal assistant.
In August 2015, the Connecticut Supreme Court cited an article written by Ms. Katz regarding its decision that the death penalty is unconstitutional in Connecticut (State of Connecticut v. Eduardo Santiago).
Connecticut Bar Association - Young Lawyers Section
Hartford County Bar Association - 2021 Young Lawyers Committee Co-chair
Appellate Advocacy Group of the CBA Young Lawyer’s Section - Co-chair
Jazz for Juvenile Diabetes
Town of West Hartford - Mayor's Annual Charity Ball Committee
Honors & Recognitions
Recipient of The Best Lawyers in America "Ones to Watch" award since 2021
Recipient of the Connecticut Bar Association Young Lawyers Section Rookie of the Year Award, 2019-2020
CALI Excellence for the Future Award
Named to the Super Lawyers "Connecticut Rising Stars" list in the area of family law since 2019
News & Insights
- Connecticut Rules Committee Suspends Time Requirements Concerning Custody and Visitation for Minor Children03.26.2020
Pullman's Family Law Practice remains at the leading edge of Connecticut matrimonial law, regularly litigating, mediating, arbitrating, and defending and prosecuting appeals involving the most complex financial and child custody related dissolutions of marriage actions in the state.
The Connecticut Supreme Court heard only four family law cases in 2016. Of those cases, Pullman & Comley’s Family Law attorneys argued, and were victorious, in two.