Denise Ansell, M.B.A., J.D.
Attorney Denise Ansell began what is now known as Ansell Laben Law Offices in New London in 1990. She graduated from Salve Regina University with a Bachelor of Science Degree, received a Masters in Business Administration from Emporia State University, and a Law Degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law. Attorney Ansell is known for her experience in criminal law, divorce litigation, general litigation and appellate practice. She was featured in “The Truths of Justice” a non fiction book written by Judge Richard M. Rittenband and published by the Connecticut Law Tribune.
Connecticut Bar, New York Bar, DC Bar
United States District Court
American Association For Justice
CTLA-Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association
CBA-Connecticut Bar Association
NLCBA-New London County Bar Association
JMTLA-Juvenile Matters Trial Lawyers Association
National Association of Counsel for Children (NACC)
Chair of Zoning Board of Appeals, Town of Waterford
State v. Douros, 90 Conn. App. 548, 2005
In Re Nashiah C., 87 Conn. App. 210, 2004
Kalamian v. Zoning Board of Appeals, 65 Conn. App. 628, 2001
Joyner v. Commissioner of Corrections, 55 Conn. App. 602, 199
Attorney Laben joined the firm in 1996 as an associate and became a partner in 2000. He is a graduate of the American College of Switzerland with a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business Administration with a concentration in accounting and finance. He graduated with a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Emporia State University and received a law degree from the University of Connecticut in 1990. Prior to joining Attorney Ansell in 1996, Attorney Laben was employed in the tax departments of two Big Six accounting firms in Hartford, Connecticut. Attorney Laben now practices in the areas of criminal law representing individuals charged with driving under the influence, drug offenses, motor vehicle violations, violations of probation, assaults, white collar crime, serious felonies, sexual assaults and family violence offenses. Attorney Laben also practices in the areas of personal injury and worker’s compensation; matrimonial law including custody disputes, divorces, contempt and post judgment modifications; as well as representing individuals with tax problems before the Internal Revenue Service and the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services and as probate matters and consumer bankruptcies.
- Connecticut Bar
- Federal Bar
- US Tax Court
- CBA-Connecticut Bar Association
- NLCBA-New London County Bar Association
- NACC certified Child Welfare Law Specialist
- Planning and Zoning Board Alternate, Town of Waterford