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Alundai J. Benjamin



Alundai Benjamin has a diverse litigation practice focused on counseling and defending businesses, employers, and educational institutions. Alundai advises and represents clients as they navigate all aspects of investigation, mediation, discovery and trial preparation, including complex document discovery, and depositions.

Alundai also has considerable experience advising clients on insurance coverage matters and helped secure dismissals for insurers in high-stakes COVID-19 business interruption-related litigation.

Alundai has also handled litigation matters involving commercial contract disputes, medical malpractice, and intellectual property litigation. She also has experience representing clients facing state attorney general action, responding to data breach events, and participating in internal investigations.

In law school, Alundai gained experience as a legal intern for a national insurance company and as a research assistant for the University of Connecticut and the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Health. She also worked at the UConn Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Law Clinic as a student associate, where she helped clients attain trademark and copyright protection for their small businesses.

Professional & Community Involvement

  • George W. Crawford Black Bar Association
    • Elections Chair (2022–2023)
    • Annual Dinner Committee (2022–2023)
  • Leadership Council on Legal Diversity
    • Pathfinder (2023)
  • Connecticut Bar Association
  • Women's White Collar Defense Association



  • University of Connecticut School of Law (J.D., 2020)
    • Executive Editor, Connecticut Insurance Law Journal
  • University of Connecticut (B.A., 2016)

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