Bianca LoGiurato is an Associate in Pullman & Comley's Litigation practice. She joins Pullman & Comley from a litigation boutique firm where she provided support during pre-trial motion practice, discovery disputes, and alternative dispute resolution.
While in law school, Bianca served as a legal intern at the Department of Justice in the Office of Civil Rights Enforcement, where her clinical work focused on discrimination, federal hate crime law and its prosecution, and national LGBT+ hate crime law. She also served as a mediator in employment discrimination disputes as a component of UConn Law's Mediation Clinic. In addition, Bianca served as the President of the Lambda Law Society, Italian Law Students Association, and the Symposium Editor of the Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal for the symposium, “Does an Impartial Jury Exist? An Analysis of Implicit Bias in Jury Selection.” Prior to law school, Bianca worked as a Senior Victims’ Advocate for the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office in Pennsylvania.
Connecticut Bar Association
Connecticut Bar Association - LGBT Section
Evergreen Family Theater - board member
Honors & Recognitions
CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Sexuality, Gender, and the Law - Spring 2020
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University of Connecticut, School of Law, J.D., 2021
Dickinson College, B.A., 2017