Read the Latest Issue of Connecticut Lawyer!

The November/December Issue of Connecticut Lawyer is now available!

CTL Cover - Vol 29 No 2


This issues featured articles include:

The Importance of Complying with the Spirit of the Law
By Elizabeth C. Yen

Sitting on the Bench, Part II: Adventures in Connecticut Courthouses
By Hon. Carl J. Schuman

Five Apps for Attorney
By Scott A. Carta

When in Doubt of the Assessment, Look to the Market
By James Stedronsky

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Read the Latest Issue of Connecticut Lawyer

The September/October Issue of Connecticut Lawyer is now available!

CTL Cover - Vol 29 No 1


This issue’s featured articles include:

Credit Card Surcharges and Cash Discounts: Update on Recent Litigation
By Elizabeth C. Yen

Out From under the Brick–A Long Road to a “New” Antitrust Remedy for Connecticut Consumers
By Michael Kurs

The New Connecticut Revised Uniform Arbitration Act
By Roy L. De Barbieri and Steward Edelstein

Should You Include an Arbitration Clause in Your Engagement Agreement?
By Houston Putnam Lowry

I Don’t Remember Learning That as a 1L: Four Tactics They Didn’t Teach You in Law School
By Kyle J. LaBuff

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.