Samuel S. Bloomberg, Esq. Founding partner - retired 2011 After a distinguished career spanning more than 55 years, Sam Bloomberg retired from the practice of law. Sam had several landmark civil cases to his credit, including corporation cases that are still part of law students' education. Sam served his clients, the public, his partners, and employees with great skill, wise counsel and complete dedication. Sam always treated others with dignity, earning the respect of judges, lawyers, and clients. Sam was a consummate negotiator, a skill that served him well during his tenure as early neutral evaluator for the U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont. Sam's passion for the arts is well known, he was a member of the Burlington City Arts Commission, and he led the campaign to save the original Norman Rockwell painting The Babysitter from being sold.
We will miss Sam for his quiet wisdom, unwavering ethics, mentorship and dedication. We wish him well.
Harvard University Law School, J.D., 1954
University of Vermont, B.S., Commerce and Economics, magna cum laude, 1951
U.S. District Court, District of Vermont
U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit