A battle-tested attorney who has prevailed against top litigation firms, Ruth Israely is a seasoned attorney practicing in several areas of the law. Ruth is adept in every phase of litigation, including demands, negotiations, arbitration, mediation, and fierce advocacy in the courtroom during jury trials when relationships collapse. Ruth is also an experienced appellate brief writer, making her skilled at overseeing a case at every level.

Ruth’s experience in a range of forums, from administrative law matters to business disputes, equips her for battle in a wide variety of engagements.  From traditional motion practice to e-discovery disputes, Ruth stays on the cutting edge of litigation and can make sense of it all for clients in easily digestible terms.

Ruth is a graduate of Brandeis University and obtained her law degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, where she was a member of the nation’s top moot court team and where she and a teammate were awarded Best Brief at the Whittier Juvenile Law Moot Court Competition.

Ruth is admitted to practice before the bars of California and Connecticut, as well as in federal court, and is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association.  Before becoming an attorney, Ruth was a high school teacher.  In addition to being a mother of two children, Ruth enjoys volunteering in her town and faith communities. Most recently, she served on the Town of Weston’s Board of Ethics from 2018-2023, promoting a culture of transparency and candor in local government.