MarcAnthony Bonanno first joined Stanger Stanfield Law in 2018 as a law clerk while completing his law degree. He has recently joined the firm as a practicing attorney.
During his time in law school, MarcAnthony was a summer law clerk for Magistrate Judge William I. Garfinkel at the United States District Court where he conducted legal research and drafted memos for the Magistrate. He also actively participated in settlement conferences, and observed both criminal and civil court proceedings. In 2018, MarcAnthony was a certified legal intern with the Connecticut State’s Attorneys’ Office. He assisted State’s Attorneys in preparing for trial, reviewing evidence, and appeared in criminal court on behalf of the state.
MarcAnthony is a 2019 graduate of Quinnipiac University School of Law where he graduated cum laude. While he completed his legal education at Quinnipiac, he served as a Note Editor for the Quinnipiac Law Review, and received numerous awards for his academic performance.
MarcAnthony grew up in Ellington, Connecticut and received his bachelor’s degree in history from Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore. When not at the office, MarcAnthony can be found at a Patriots game, cooking new recipes, and making travel plans to someplace new!