Attorney Casagrande Wins an IMLA Lawyer of the Year Award


Fordham Law graduate and Cramer & Anderson Partner, Daniel E. Casagrande ’79, has been named a 2019 Marvin J. Glink Private Practice Local Government Lawyer of the Year by the International Municipal Lawyers Association (IMLA).

The prestigious award recognizes an attorney in private practice who represents a local government and “exhibits those qualities that made Marvin Glink one of the truly remarkable lawyers working on behalf of public clients,” according to IMLA, which says the award “seeks to recognize a practitioner who has provided outstanding service to the public and who possesses an exemplary reputation in the legal community, the highest of ethical standards and who is devoted to mentoring young lawyers and educating lawyers in local government law.”

“I am humbled and honored by this award,” Attorney Casagrande said. “IMLA is North America’s premier resource for municipal lawyers. My career in representing Connecticut municipalities has been continually enriched by my association with the outstanding practitioners I have met at IMLA’s excellent seminars, as well as the invaluable research tools made available by its devoted staff. I will continue spreading the word that the challenging and rewarding practice of municipal law is without question enhanced by membership in IMLA.”

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