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Menachem Sandman joined the firm in September 2011. At Sandman Law Group, Menachem’s work is in the Business & Corporate, Real Estate, and General Legal Matters practice groups. Menachem has worked on all facets of business formations, and he drafts wills and living wills, he works on property tax appeals, and assists organizations in receiving non-profit status recognition, among other things. Prior to joining Sandman Law Group, Menachem worked at another New Haven law firm focusing on labor and employment matters. While at that firm Menachem drafted numerous memoranda and motions for the Connecticut Federal District Court, the Connecticut Superior Court, the Connecticut Appellate Court, and the Federal Second Circuit Court of Appeals. After receiving his undergraduate degree, in 2007 Menachem returned to Connecticut to attend the University of Connecticut School of Law. While at UConn Law, Menachem clerked for Judge James Bentivegna of the Connecticut Superior Court for a semester. Menachem graduated in 2010 with his law degree and a certificate in Tax Studies and he passed and is licensed to practice law both in Connecticut and New York. Menachem and his wife live in New Haven.