Meet John Strafaci
Over the 30 years that John Strafaci has been a lawyer, he has striven to create a “client-first” approach to his practice. This approach has enabled the Law Offices of M. John Strafaci to create a broad-based practice that can serve client’s many legal needs, but also deliver high-caliber results.
John Strafaci’s commitment to being at the forefront of tribal law issues sets him apart from others in the legal community. He has helped countless individuals bring claims regarding employment, personal injury, and gaming disputes before tribal courts. John Strafaci currently holds the record for the largest personal injury claim awarded by a tribal court in the amount of $2.9 million. He is licensed to practice in both Mohegan Gaming Disputes Court (Mohegan Sun) and Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court (Foxwoods).
Throughout his career, John Strafaci has also placed a great importance on being a member of his community. John has served his community in many ways, ranging from volunteering as a Little League coach to serving the city of New London on City Council and as Mayor. John also enjoys being active. When he is not advocating diligently for his clients, you can find him on the tennis court.
If you would like to learn more about how Attorney John Strafaci can help you with your legal needs, please call the Law Offices of M. John Strafaci at 860.442.8667 or click here to schedule a free initial phone consultation.
The George Washington University, BA Political Science (1982)
Syracuse University College of Law: Juris Doctor (1985)
Bar Memberships and Affiliations:
Rhode Island Bar Association
Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Bar
Mohegan Gaming Disputes Court
Federal District of Connecticut
Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Bar Association
Connecticut Bar Association (Member of Indian Law Section)
Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association
American Association for Justice
Super Lawyer: 2010-2012, 2014-2015
Chairman of New London Housing Authority: 1997-2004
Mayor, City of New London: 1995-1996
New London City Council: 1991-1997
New London Board of Education: 1987-1989