Gregory Smith takes care of his clients’ personal and business matters. When necessary he represents their interests in state and federal courts throughout Connecticut.


Yale, B.A. 1973
Boston University, J.D. 1977
Columbia, M.A. 1983

Bar Admissions

Connecticut 1977
Massachusetts 1977
United States Federal Court, 2013

Mr. Smith began his career as a paralegal for the lawyers defending President Richard Nixon during Watergate. In law school he worked on the appeal of a black doctor following his conviction for manslaughter for the death of a fetus after a legal abortion. Mr. Smith then taught high-school history for thirty years. He opened his practice in Ridgefield in 2011.

Attorney Smith donates time and energy to the Ridgefield Housing Authority, where he serves on the board of directors. He is also a director of Ridgefield A Better Chance, a national non-profit that  brings academically-motivated minority girls to Ridgefield High School.

In 2012 the Connecticut Bar Association presented Mr. Smith with an annual Pro Bono Award for his work on behalf of indigent students facing expulsion.