Laura-Ann is a graduate of the Quinnipiac College School of Law where she was recognized for superior academic achievement resulting in an invitation to Law Review. While attending law school she had the honor and privilege of interning for the Honorable Sidney Landau in the Connecticut Appellate Court. Following graduation she was employed by the Connecticut Superior Court and clerked for distinguished members of the judiciary including the Honorable Thomas Corradino and Barbara Coppeta.
She is the subject of a major article in the New York Times Re: Successful Argument Before the Supreme Court of Connecticut in the matter of Sweeney v. Sweeney.
She has had the pleasure and honor of having been mentored by the founder of the Law Firm of Piazza, Simmons & Grant, LLC, Anthony A. Piazza, for in excess of fifteen years. Over that period of time she has represented countless families and individuals and provides the best result possible given the specific circumstances of the matter. No family nor individual is the same and each dissolution of marriage, custody, visitation, modification and contempt action is handled in a manner that is specific for the client.