Rhodes Scholar Luke Bronin Named As Gov. Malloy’s New Chief Legal Counsel

Christopher Keating
Hartford Courant :: Capitol Watch CT Politics

 As a Rhodes Scholar and graduate of Yale Law School, Luke A. Bronin has an impressive resume at the age of 33.

On Tuesday, he was named as the new chief legal counsel for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.

Bronin, a Democrat, worked for Malloy during his unsuccessful primary race for governor in 2006 against New Haven Mayor John DeStefano, who later lost to Republican M. Jodi Rell. He also worked in 2004 on the reelection campaign in Stamford for state Sen. Andrew McDonald, who became Malloy’s chief legal counsel before being nominated for the Connecticut Supreme Court.

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