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Thursday, February 11, 2021

CTLA Members and Connecticut Trial Lawyers Foundation donates $86,000

Thank you to all CTLA members and Firm Sponsors who donated in support of our Help for the Hungry and Lawyers vs. Hunger campaigns.

Due to your incredible generosity, $86,000 was donated to FoodShare & Connecticut Food Bank, who officially joined forces this year to help provide nutritious food to people in need.

Challenging months and possibly years lie ahead, so please spread the word to family, friends, and coworkers. It is not too late to help those in need.

Lawyers vs. Hunger

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CTLA's podcast series features hosts John Kennedy and Mike Walsh, along with occasional guest hosts, engaging CTLA members and guests in discussion on a variety of topics in an unscripted, light and entertaining format. Each episode focuses on topics of interest to members, their clients and their practices.

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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.