Marc Organschi graduated from the Taft School in Watertown, Connecticut in 1970 and then studied biology and neurophysiology at the University of Hartford from which he graduated Magna cum Laude in 1977. He worked in quality control and manufacturing engineering at the Torin Corporation in Torrington, Connecticut, and then attended Cornell Law School, graduating in 1989. Prior to moving his practice to Litchfield County in 1993, he represented clients in environmental and commercial matters at Murtha, Cullina, Richter and Pinney in Hartford, Connecticut.
In addition to his law practice, Attorney Organschi has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Litchfield Land Trust, Inc., including two terms as president.
He has taught high performance driving at Lime Rock Park and at Watkins Glen International. He has spent time as a rock and mountain climber, summiting Grand Teton (twice) and Mount Rainier as well as many other peaks in North America, and has devoted a significant amount of time to whitewater kayaking, running numerous Class V runs in New England and New York.
Attorney Organschi's science and technical background enables him to understand scientific, engineering, and medical issues faced by his clients, and to understand construction drawings and blue prints and survey maps. His knowledge of vehicle dynamics is also a benefit in understanding motor vehicle cases.
Betsy Pavlik has been Attorney Organschi’s legal assistant for over 20 years. Attorney Organschi is able to rely on Betsy’s dedication and strong sense of responsibility, together with her skill for accuracy and attention to detail when working on clients’ files. Plus, she serves as both a friendly and knowledgeable contact for clients.
Betsy graduated from Northwestern Connecticut Community-Technical College in 1995 with an Associates Degree in Executive Office Administration.
In addition to her legal assistant duties, she successfully manages all of the office’s administrative operations.