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Connecticut Lawyer Magazine - Sept/Oct 2016
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September/October 2016   Volume 27/Number 1

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Call for Nominations: CBA Annual Awards

It's that time of year again! The awards committee is seeking nominations for the CBA's annual awards. Learn more about the criteria and how to submit your nominations. 

Standards of Title Committee Approves Two New Standards

By Denis R. Caron

The Special Committee on Standards of Title has approved two new proposed standards. Read the standards and find out about the approval process.

 Connecticut and Federal Business Opportunity Laws

By Martin A. Clayman

The Connecticut Business Opportunity Investment Act was initially adopted in 1979. This article discusses the current version of the act and rule, and how they can become a trap for the unwary because of their broad scope and the onerous penalties for non-compliance.


 Relief Granted! Happier, Better Lawyering May Be As Simple As Breathing

By Judi Cohen

This article debunks the myths about mindfulness and how it can help lawyers in their practice as well as their daily lives.


President’s Message
The First 60 Days
By Monte E. Frank

A Message from the Executive Director
For Best-in-Class, Member-Driven CLE, There's Only One Choice: The Connecticut Bar Association
By Douglas S. Brown

Time to Go Pro Bono

More Than Good Intentions: Asylum Seekers' Need for High Quality Pro Bono Services

By Nicole Netkin-Collins

Building Your Practice

7 Ways to Do Less to Succeed More

By Walt Hampton

Supreme Deliberations

You Should, I must, We Shall

By Charles D. Ray and Matthew A. Weiner

Young Lawyers

The Young Lawyer Voice during the 2016-2017 Bar Year
By Dana M. Hrelic



Professional Discipline Digest
Vol. 25, No. 3

CBA News & Events
Association News
Peers & Cheers
Members Making A Difference
Thank You to Participants of the Law Advisory and Civics Education Program

Informal Opinions

Court Decisions
Highlights from Recent Superior Court Decisions




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