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Press Release


LeClerc Receives Independent Party Endorsement: Attorney Bryan LeClerc has received the endorsement of the Independent Party of Connecticut in his election bid for Judge of Probate in Fairfield. By receiving this endorsement, Attorney LeClerc will appear on both the Republican and Independent ballot lines on Election Day...

Meg Moore


Letter to the Editor: My name is Margaret Moore and I write in support of Bryan LeClerc’s election for Fairfield Probate Judge.  I am a senior English/Creative Writing major at Fairfield University...

Top Attorney


Bryan L. LeClerc of Berchem Moses PC has been named to the Connecticut and New England Super Lawyers lists as a top attorney for 2018.  Each year, no more than five percent of attorneys in Connecticut are selected by Super Lawyers... 

Kathy Vega


Letter to the Editor: I am writing this letter to share with people my experience with the Fairfield Probate court and Attorney Bryan LeClerc.  Prior to 1997 I, like many, thought Probate Court was just for wills and division of property upon a person’s passing.  Was I ever wrong!  I found a large part...



Election 2018: Alumni Stags Run in Connecticut’s Gubernatorial, State House, State Senate, and Probate Court Races


Fairfield Rallies


Students and staff at Fairfield University came together last week to surprise a sophomore student with a new wheelchair equipped with communicative technology, meaning she could ditch her damaged unit, which was being held together with duct tape...





 A Friendly Face for Fairfield 


Fairfield Family

     Bryan has been a Fairfield resident for 30 years, and is a lifelong Connecticut resident.  He earned the rank of Eagle Scout 

in 1979.  His wife, Mary LeClerc, is a CPA who is serving her third term on Board of Finance.

     Together they have a daughter and son, both graduates of Fairfield Public Schools.  Their daughter, Sarah, is a civil engineer with a large, Connecticut-based firm.  Their son, Christopher (also an Eagle Scout), is a senior at Villanova University studying electrical engineering.



Since 2010, Bryan has been Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 82 in Fairfield.  He has previously served on the Town of Fairfield Town Plan & Zoning Commission as an Elected Member (2007-2013), and as Chairman, (2009-2013). Prior to that he was an elected member of Town of Fairfield Representative Town Meeting (1991-2007), serving as Moderator (1995-1997, 1999-2001), and Majority Leader (1994-1995). 


Bryan has been a member of the Board of Managers of the Fairfield YMCA since 2013.  He also serves on the Connecticut Yankee Council Boy Scouts of America Board of Directors since 2013, and is Vice President of Legal Affairs.


Bryan is also Past President of the Fairfield University Alumni Association Board of Directors.  He is a former member of the Fairfield University Trustee’s Advisory Council, and currently serves as a committee member for the Fairfield Awards Dinner. 


Bryan volunteered as the Parking Ticket Appeals Hearing Officer for the Town of Fairfield from 1999-2011.  He is a Past President of the Mill Plain Improvement Society, a neighborhood association, and Past Commander of the Penfield Power Squadron (United States Power Squadrons). 


While his children were growing up, he was a Founding Member of the Fairfield Little League Girls Softball, and was a member of its Board of Directors  (2006-2011).  He was a volunteer coach for Fairfield Recreation basketball and soccer, Little League baseball, and Babe Ruth baseball.


Bryan is a Life Member of Fayerweather Yacht Club.  He recently was the Recipient of the Paul Harris Fellowship Award from the Fairfield Rotary Club.


Bryan and his wife both graduated from Fairfield University in 1984. Bryan received a BA in Politics, and a Minor in Communications. He went on to attend the University of Connecticut School of Law, in Hartford, CT, where he received his Juris Doctor, with Honors, in 1987.

Bryan and his wife both graduated from Fairfield University in 1984. Bryan received a BA in Politics, and a Minor in Communications. He went on to attend the University of Connecticut School of Law, in Hartford, CT, where he received his Juris Doctor, with Honors, in 1987.




  • Berchem Moses PC, Milford and Westport, CT

    • Partner, 40 attorney law firm

  • Admitted to practice law in:

    • Connecticut and New York state courts

    • United States District (federal) Courts in Connecticut, the Southern  and  Eastern Districts of New York

    • United States Supreme Court in Washington

  • Practice includes appearances before Probate Courts in Estate, Conservator and Guardianship matters, including special appointment by the Court and pro-bono (volunteer) service

  • Parking Ticket Appeals Hearing Officer

    • Town of Fairfield, 1999-2011

  • Connecticut Superior Court volunteer arbitrator


Why Bryan?

     I have spent the past 30 years as an attorney, and dedicated my career to helping people and volunteering in our community.

     I have experience hearing cases and making judicial decisions as a volunteer Fairfield ticket hearing officer and as a volunteer with the Superior Court.

     My legal experience, combined with my service to our community in various leadership roles, makes me well qualified to serve as Judge of Probate.

     My wife and I first came to Fairfield 38 years ago, and have loved every moment.

     Over the years I have volunteered with and provided support and counsel to our community groups-  from Scouts to sports, neighborhood associations to Fairfield University, volunteer elected positions to charities.

     I am someone people in Fairfield know and trust.

     I am honored to have served Fairfield in the past, and am looking forward to serving as Probate Judge

     I have the skills, Probate legal experience, knowledge, compassion and commitment to serve as Judge of Probate, helping people at the most difficult time in their lives. 


Connecticut’s Probate Courts are responsible for a broad range of cases involving children, seniors, persons with mental illness and adults with intellectual disability. The mission of the Probate Court system, given the sensitive nature of the matters that it handles, is to provide an approachable forum for families to resolve their cases in a fair, prompt and economical manner.

What is the Probate Court?