Benjamin E. Novogroski joined the Barr Law Group in September 2015. Ben grew up in Stowe, graduating from Stowe High School in 2005. He later attended the University of Central Florida (“UCF”), graduating in 2009 with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a minor in Legal Studies.
After college, Ben worked for his fraternity, Zeta Beta Tau (“ZBT”), as an Expansion & Leadership Consultant. He traveled the East Coast coaching over 30 chapters in leadership development, financial management, community relations and risk aversion. After a year on the road, Ben moved back to Stowe and worked at Stowe Middle School as a student aide. He was very active in the community coaching 7th grade soccer, serving as assistant coach of both boys and girls high school ice hockey teams and girls high school tennis.
Ben graduated from Albany Law School of Union University in May 2015 with a focus on litigation, municipal finance and corporate law. While attending Albany Law, he worked as a law clerk at the New York State Joint Commission of Public Ethics, the Albany County District Attorney’s Office and with the Minority Counsel’s Office at the New York State Assembly. Additionally, Ben was a member of the Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology and served on the editorial board as the Selections Editor. He was also chosen for the four-person student trial advocacy team competing against other law schools in the northeast and participated in the Albany Law Senior Prize Trial Competition finishing as an octofinalist. Ben was elected to the Student Bar Association all three years, ultimately serving as President of the SBA in his final year.
During his free time, Ben stays involved with ZBT serving on the international fraternity’s Board of Directors. He is an avid sports fan supporting UCF football and the Miami Dolphins despite years of disappointment. Ben also enjoys playing ice hockey, tennis and golf when he can.
You can reach Ben at email@example.com.