Coleman B. Levy was the founding partner of Levy & Droney P.C., a mid-sized law firm located in Farmington, CT, which merged with Hinckley Allen LLP  in 2013.  He retired from the firm at the end of 2015 and established a professional, concierge advisory/consulting practice in 2016.

He has negotiated and provided counsel, guidance and insight for numerous business and real estate clients during his more than 50 years of practicing law.  In addition, he was co-owner  and chairman of the New Britain Rock Cats, a Double A  Eastern League baseball team which they sold in 2010 and is now known the  Hartford Yard Goats.

Coleman  received his B.A, M.A.  and J.D.  from the University of Connecticut and served as chairman of the UConn Foundation from 2013 -2015.  Philanthropy is a part of his DNA and he is actively involved in numerous nonprofit organizations, including the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford, Chabad, Beth-El Synagogue, New Britain Museum of American Art, Boys and Girls Club of Hartford, Connecticut Childrens Medical Center, The University of Connecticut and The Perry S. Levy Gastrointestinal Fund at Dana Farber Cancer Institute, which the family established in memory of his son, Perry.

Coleman and his wife Judie are the proud parents of four sons and daughters in law and eight grandchildren.  They reside in West Hartford, CT.