A Hamden resident and attorney in Wallingford was one of 15 people Governor Dannel P. Malloy nominated this week to become judges of the Superior Court.
Michael P. Kamp, a principal in the litigation department of Loughlin Fitzgerald in Wallingford, is one of Malloy's picks for the state Superior Court. Previously, he was a principal with McNerney, Fitzgerald & Tiernan in New Haven, and an assistant corporation counsel with the Town of Hamden.
He received his B.A. from Boston College and his J.D. from Emory University School of Law.
“I am deeply honored that Governor Malloy has nominated me to be a judge of the Superior Court,” Kamp said. “I look forward to serving the people of the State of Connecticut with dedication and impartiality, keeping in mind the great responsibilities of this office.
"I am grateful for this opportunity,” Kamp said.