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Attorney Battey was admitted to practice in 2008. She practices exclusively in the area of matrimonial and family law.

Attorney Battey was selected to be included in the The Best Lawyers in America, 2017 in the field of Family Law. She was also recognized by SuperLawyers Magazine as a Rising Star in the field of Family Law for 2011-2016. Attorney Battey was named a Top Attorney in Connecticut by Connecticut Magazine in 2013.

Attorney Battey serves as a Special Master in the Stamford/Norwalk judicial district.

Attorney Battey graduated with honors from Quinnipiac University School of Law. While in law school, she was a Dean’s Fellow Scholar and served as the Business Managing Editor of the Quinnipiac University Probate Law Journal. She was also the recipient of the Academic Achievement Award in Property and the Distinguished Academic Achievement Award in Real Estate Transactions.

Janet Battey’s Full CV

Bar Admissions
Connecticut, 2008

Fairfield University, B.A., Magna cum laude, 2005
Quinnipiac University School of Law, J.D., Cum laude, 2008

American Bar Association
Connecticut Bar Association
Connecticut Bar Association Family Law Section
Fairfield County Bar Association
Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

Special Training & Certification
State of Connecticut GAL/AMC Family Matters Comprehensive Training Program
NITA Family Law Trial Advocacy Institute Program

Best Lawyers in America (2017)
Super Lawyers Rising Star (Law & Politics) (2011-2016)
Top Attorney in Connecticut, Connecticut Magazine (2013)
New England’s Outstanding Young Lawyers, Family Law (2012)
Quinnipiac University School of Law Distinguished Academic Achievement Award, Property
Quinnipiac University School of Law Distinguished Academic Achievement Award, Real Estate Transactions;Quinnipiac University School of Law Dean’s Fellow Scholar

Dissipation of Assets and the Automatic Orders, Valuation Issue 1, Conn. Fam. Law., p. 7 (Fall 2013).

Editorial Position
Business Managing Editor, Quinnipiac University Probate Law Journal