Adams honored for 50 years of practice

Attorney Thomas T. Adams, a founding partner of Wilton law firm Gregory and Adams, P.C., was recently honored by the Connecticut Bar Association (CBA) for being admitted to practice law in the state of Connecticut for 50 years.

He was honored during an annual CBA conference that recognizes all 50-year attorneys in the state.

Adams started practicing law in New York City with the firm Davies, Hardy and Schenck. He moved to Wilton in 1963 where, together with Julian Gregory, he formed Gregory and Adams.

Adams continues to serve as a trustee of the Ambler Trust and the Shoff Foundation, as well as for a number of private clients.

Gregory and Adams, P.C. is a full-service general practice firm offering legal services in the areas of land use, real estate, trust and estate planning and administration, transactional and corporate law, litigation and taxation.