Charles Pobee-Mensah

Charles moved to the United States from Ghana, West Africa in 2001. Although initially a struggle, he quickly mastered the language and culture. Charles attended Union College and graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of the Arts in Political Science and a double minor in Philosophy and Law & the Humanities. He attended law school at Quinnipiac University School of Law, where he graduated Cum Laude and received a certificate in Health Law, with honors, in 2018.

During his time at Quinnipiac, Charles served as the business editor for the Quinnipiac Health Law Journal, president of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA), and as a research assistant. Charles also interned at Yale New Haven Health System and the Connecticut Department of Public Health.

While at Quinnipiac, Charles received the Crawford Black Bar Association Prize, Superior Classroom Performance Award, Service to the Law School Award, and the Distinguished Academic Achievement Award in his Health Information Privacy class.

Charles worked as a Temporary Assistant Clerk at the Superior Court at Meriden before joining Ryan Ryan Deluca as a medical malpractice associate. In this role, he represented clients in complex medical malpractice cases, which required learning the medicine involved in a case in order to effectively represent the client. At Ryan Ryan Deluca, Charles engaged in settlement negotiations, attended court hearing and expert conferences, and defended depositions.