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Connecticut Lawyer Magazine - Summer 2016
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Summer 2016   Volume 26/Number 8

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Highlights of a Presidency
Review some of the highlights of this busy but rewarding year for President William H. Clendenen Jr.

Rule 1.1 of the Connecticut Rules of Professional Conduct

By Elizabeth C. Yen

This article explores how the new minimum continuing legal education rule helps Connecticut attorneys address certain aspects of Rule 1.1.

A Look Back on the 2016 Legislative Session

By Bill Chapman

Find out more about the CBA's role in this year's legislative session and how to get involved in next year's session.


CBA Hosts 2016 Connecticut Legal Conference

The CBA's annual legal conference was a day filled with educational seminars, networking opportunities, and recognition that drew in legal professionals from throughout the state.


Introducing...The Healthy Lawyer Series

By Suzanne Hard

In today's legal economy, responding to new pressures on attorneys' time and personal resources often comes at a high price in terms of their physical and mental health. Learn about the CBA Healthy Lawyer Series which provides Connecticut attorneys with resources and support to prioritize and maintain their wellness.


2015 Pro Bono Honor Roll

Connecticut's legal communities handled a number of pro bono cases last year through Connecticut Pro Bono Network-affiliated organizations. See which attorneys are recognized for their inspiring work in this annual listing.


President’s Message
Closing a Book: Looking Back while Moving Forward
By William H. Clendenen, Jr.

A Message from the Executive Director
MCLE Comes to Connecticut
By Douglas S. Brown

Time to Go Pro Bono

You Can Still Be Successful and Do Good

By Karen DeMeola

Building Your Practice

Master the E-mail Beast

By Chris John Amorosino

Supreme Deliberations

The Plaintiff Who Knew Too Much?

By Charles D. Ray and Matthew A. Weiner

Young Lawyers

The Last Exit
By Matt Necci



Professional Discipline Digest
Vol. 25, No. 2

CBA News & Events
Association News
Members Making A Difference
Peers & Cheers
Alert: E-mail Phishing Scam Directed at Attorneys

Informal Opinions

Court Decisions
Highlights from Recent Superior Court Decisions

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