Dominique Granata is an associate at The Flood Law Firm. A magna cum laude graduate of Quinnipiac University School of Law in 2022, Dominique spent her years in law school serving as a member of the Civil Justice Clinic, Tax Law Clinic and Tax Law Society. Dominique also spent her time interning for the honorable Judge, T.R. Rowe, at the Trumbull, Monroe & Easton Probate Court; interning as a tax attorney at RSM US LLP and an attorney for Moore, O’Brien & Foti, all of which developed her skills as a passionate advocate.
Prior to law school, Dominique graduated summa cum laude from Keene State College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice Studies and Addictions and Compulsive Behaviors. During her time at Keene State College, she conducted extensive research on the use of medication-assisted treatment and recovery in correctional facilities, worked as a correctional officer in a state correctional institution for women and served as a member of the National Honors Society. She is a Connecticut native and is a graduate of Masuk High School in Monroe, Connecticut.
In addition to pursuing her studies, Dominique worked as a waitress for nine years in various restaurants where she acquired interpersonal communication skills. In her free time, Dominique enjoys staying active, going to the beach, cooking and spending time with loved ones.