Nicholas N. Ouellette

Nicholas focuses on civil litigation, including commercial law and municipal liability, as well as personal injury and insurance-related defense. He has appeared in numerous matters before state and federal courts, and resolved many cases by way of summary judgment prior to trial. 




Bar Admissions:

  • Connecticut
  • New York
  • U.S. District Court: District of Connecticut

Professional Affiliations:

  • Hartford County Bar Association: Board Member
  • Connecticut Bar Association: Member

Business Organizations and Community Activities:

  • Friends of Canton Dog Park, Inc.: Board Member


  • Boston University, cum laude, B.A. in Philosophy, 2005
  • University of San Diego School of Law, J.D., 2008

Representative Cases: 

Mills v. Town of Madison, CV106016011S, 2013 WL 3802393 (Conn. Super. Ct. July 3, 2013): Court grants summary judgment, finding that plaintiff’s claim involved purely discretionary conduct, as a matter of law, such that governmental immunity applied, and that there was no evidentiary basis for the claim that the plaintiff was an identifiable victim subject to imminent harm for purposes of the exception to governmental immunity

Stroud v. Mid-Town Tire and Supply, Inc., 146 Conn.App. 806 (2013): Appellate Court affirms dismissal of an action brought against a municipal employee due to plaintiff’s failure to comply with the notice requirements of the defective highway statute