Admitted: 1983, Connecticut
Law School: University of Bridgeport, J.D.
Plainville Town Attorney: 2003–2005, 2011–2017
- Connecticut Bar Association
- New Britain Bar Association and Bristol Bar Association
- Appointed Special Master (for divorces) for New Britain Superior Court Family Division
- Central Connecticut Collaborative Family Law Group
- International Academy of Collaborative Professionals United States District Court of Connecticut, 1985
Michael W. Mastrianni grew up in Plainville and has spent his entire career practicing law in Plainville. He is presently serving as the Town Attorney for the Town of Plainville, and used to own his own law practice in town before the establishment of Mastrianni & Seguljic LLC.
He was a partner at the law firm of Famiglietti, Thompson, Vollono & Mastrianni for 8 years. He also worked as an associate in the Plainville practice of Koskoff, McMahon & Condon for 5 years.
He is a graduate of Plainville High School, and received his law degree from the University of Bridgeport School of Law. Here, he was selected as a member of the University’s National Moot Court Board, worked in the Legal Aid Society, and was chosen to be a Student Bar Association representative.
He has also interned as an Assistant to the Prosecutor in the Bridgeport State's Attorney's Office. He received his undergraduate degree from the Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, CT.
His extensive experience as an arbitrator and court-appointed special master has allowed him to be more effective both as an advocate and as a problem solver in helping clients find innovative, economical resolutions for their personal disputes.
As the Town Attorney for the Town of Plainville, he is involved in all aspects of town government and provides advice regarding issues faced by the town, including zoning issues, personnel matters, tax appeals, collections, charter revisions, and potential town liability issues.