Carly L. Sirota

Focus | Civil Litigation

Carly Sirota is an Associate Attorney in the Hartford office of Boyle Shaughnessy Law. Carly received her J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law. While in law school, Carly was an executive editor of the Connecticut Law Review, a member of the Connecticut Moot Court Board, and served as a teaching assistant for the first year legal writing course. Carly’s note on name, image, and likeness litigation for college student-athletes was published in the University of Denver Sports and Entertainment Law Journal. Carly participated in the Criminal Appellate Clinic while at law school, representing indigent clients in pre- and post-conviction issues. Carly also completed a summer internship with the US Post Office in their labor and employment division.

Carly received her Bachelor of Science, with honors, from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where she studied Sport Management. While at UMass Amherst, Carly was a member of the professional fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi.

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  • University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D.
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst, B.S. with honors

Bar Admissions:

  • State of Connecticut


  • Carly Sirota, How the States and the NCAA are Changing the Landscape of Collegiate Name, Image, and Likeness Compensation, 24 U. DENVER SPORTS & ENT. L.J. (Spring 2021)

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