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Connecticut Lawyer magazine is a prime member benefit that contributes to your professional growth; informs readers of important legislative changes, court decisions, and other issues arising in the legal profession; and keeps members abreast of CBA activities.

If you would like to submit an article for consideration, have information for the “CBA News & Events” section, or have any other editorial inquiries, please contact the Associate Editor at lzwiebel@ctbar.org. Please review our editorial guidelines on subject matter, format, and deadlines.

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Why You Will Become Obsolete

Building Your Practice
Why You Will Become Obsolete
By Walt Hampton

82003af6-213a-4006-84c3-47df9a42b0f1In this Connecticut Lawyer article, Walt Hampton explains how our addiction to the “undisciplined pursuit of more” caused by constant interruptions of checking and re-checking e-mails, smartphones, tablets, etc., disallows us to complete deep work, deeming us replaceable.

Read Walt’s tips on how to stay focused and not become obsolete.

Get more keys to success from Walt Hampton at the CLC:f20eddcb-0a8e-41c4-a703-544d8cc28bfc
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Be a Part of Our Tradition

Douglas S. Brown

“I’ve learned that you shouldn’t go through life with a catcher’s mitt on both hands; you need to be able to throw something back.” – Maya Angelou

CBA Executive Director Douglas S. Brown reflects on the CBA’s signature eventsCelebrate with the Stars and the Connecticut Legal Conference – and their importance t to our state, our association, and our members.

Learn more about the CBA’s signature events in the Weekly Docket.