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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

The CTLA Membership Committee, Young Lawyers Committee & Women's Caucus worked together to organize the second annual...

Posted by Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association on Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Back by Popular Demand! Mark your calendars now for these upcoming CLE programs.

  • Friday, October 26 – The 35th Annual College of Evidence
  • Friday, December 7 – The 2nd Annual CLE Lollapalooza

Stay tuned for more info coming soon on these and other events this fall!

Upcoming Seminars & Events

Wed
Oct
24

Fall Membership Dinner

CT Credits: 1 Skills

Fri
Oct
26

CLE Seminar: 35th Annual College of Evidence

Chair: Robert B. Adelman

CT Credits: 4 Skills
NY Credits: 4.5 Skills

Sat
Oct
27

UConn Football Game

Thu
Nov
29

Webinar: Ethics that a PI Attorney Needs to Know

Chair: Nicholas E. Wocl

CT Credits: 2 Ethics & Professionalism
NY Credits: 2 Ethics & Professionalism

Fri
Dec
7

CLE Seminar: 2nd Annual CLE Lollapalooza

Chairs: David W. Cooney; John J. Kennedy, Jr.

CT Credits: 2 Ethics & Professionalism; 10 Skills

Jan
18
2019

CLE Seminar: The Ugliest Seminar of 2019

Chair: Andrew S. Groher

CT Credits: 4 Skills
NY Credits: 4.5 Skills

All Seminars & Events

Call CTLA at (860) 522-4345 to register.

About CTLA

Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association is a non-profit professional association dedicated to creating and maintaining a more just society by preserving individual rights within the justice system.

We are a fellowship of over 1,300 of Connecticut's most accomplished and active lawyers who are interested in protecting plaintiffs' rights and becoming better trial lawyers. CTLA provides its members with high-quality CLE programs, ongoing Community Outreach Projects and a variety of networking opportunities.

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CTLA has a long history of sharing expertise within our community – it's one of the greatest benefits of your membership. Our resources include case strategy and analysis, online list servers, a mentoring program, a discussion board, and more.

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