Attend the 2018 Federal Tax Institute of New England

Be a part of the 8th Annual Federal Tax Institute of New England
October 18, St. Clements Castle, Portland

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Cost
Don’t miss out on early bird pricing*
Member $259
Law/Paralegal Student Member $159
Non-Member $409

Learn from national authorities about the latest developments in estate planning and tax law, including:

  • Digital Currency
  • The Impact of Federal Tax Law Changes
  • Asset Protection Techniques

Practitioners of all levels and in a wide variety of practice settings will find relevant content and training at this program.

The day will kick off with a networking breakfast followed by both plenary and break-out sessions presented in a two-track format. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity for the estate planning and tax communities.

*Early bird pricing ends 9/14.

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Job Opportunity: CBA Education Coordinator

CBA logo CMYKThe CBA is seeking candidates for its Education Coordinator position. This person will assist the Director of Education and Communication in implementing CBA Education Department programming. The focus of the position will be on assisting with the production and delivery of education programs, including in-person and online programs, as well as delivery of educational products. The individual will be comfortable with a busy work place, creating and following processes, learning new information and skills, taking creative initiative to solve problems, adapting to change, and managing projects.

Learn more about this position!

New Federal Pro Bono Rule: Learn What You Need to Know at the CLC

f20eddcb-0a8e-41c4-a703-544d8cc28bfcRecently, the US District Court amended Local Rule 83.10 in an effort to provide more pro bono resources to assist the many self-represented litigants, who are also often incarcerated, bring cases to the court. According to the rule, “any member of the bar who has appeared as counsel of record in at least one civil action in [federal] court since January 1, 2015,” will be asked to take pro bono assignments.

At the Connecticut Legal Conference on June 11, the CBA Federal Practice Section will offer training designed to assist lawyers with these assignments. At the seminar, Pro Bono Appointments in Federal Court: Tips from the Trenches, Parts 1 and 2, federal judges and practitioners will discuss the new pro bono appointment procedures and provide practical advice for litigating these claims. You will also receive procedural tips applicable to prisoner cases at every stage of the process–from appointment, to discovery, to trial.

For more information, view Connecticut Legal Conference
Seminar B08 or Seminar C09.

CLC Registration is Now Open

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June 11, 2018

Earn your 12 MCLE credits with the Connecticut Legal Conference*

This event sold-out last year, reserve your spot today!

Don’t miss over 40 CLE seminars covering:

  • Practice-based annual reviews and updates
  • Cutting-edge trends in legal technology, law practice management, and major practice areas
  • Recent developments in legal ethics

Visit ctlegalconference.com for more information on the day and to view seminar details.

*Full-day member registrants can earn six credits at the conference, and get post-conference access to more than 20 on-demand CLE products!

Deadline Approaching for the Worker’s Compensation Specialist Program

Are you a committed practitioner of workers’ compensation law?
Have you considered becoming a workers’ compensation certified specialist?

Workers' Compensation Cert LogoNow’s your chance to take your career to the next level! The CBA examining and standing committees on workers’ compensation certification will hold an exam to certify new specialists in May 2018. Learn more about the Workers’ Compensation Certified Specialist program.

The process to become eligible to sit for the exam begins with filing a notice of intent to apply by January 5, 2018.

5 Things to Know About the MCLE Rule

  1. You Must Earn 12 Credits
    • All attorneys must complete 12 hours of continuing legal education (CLE).
    • Of those 12 credits, two must be ethics.
    • If you earn more than the required 12, you may carry over two credits into the following year.
  2. How to Earn Credits
    • In-person CLE programs: The most common way of earning credits. View the CBA Education calendar for a full list of seminars.
    • On-demand: Access a wide variety of video and audio CLE products through our Education Portal from the comfort of your home or office.
    • Alternative ways to earn: Teaching a CLE program, writing and publishing articles in publications like the Connecticut Lawyer, or by teaching courses by an ABA accredited law school.
  1. Tracking Your Credits
  2. How to Report your MCLE Credits
    • There is no requirement to send in written proof of your MCLE compliance – the program is a self-reporting system. For the full MCLE rule, visit the Connecticut Judicial Branch website.
    • The CBA does not report any credits to the judicial branch and is not affiliated with Connecticut Judicial Branch in any way.
    • Each attorney must keep track of the courses and hours accumulated, and must maintain these records for seven years. Check your CLE Credit Tracker to view the courses you have taken!
  3. MCLE is Easy with the CBA!
    • After earning your 12 credits, all you need to do is indicate that you have complied with the rule on your annual attorney registration form filed with the judicial branch. MCLE is easy with the CBA!