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Monday, December 18, 2017

Amendments to the Connecticut Code of Evidence

The amendments to the Connecticut Code of Evidence recommended by the Oversight Committee were adopted by the Supreme Court on December 14. Don't miss Bob Adelman on January 19th at CTLA's seminar "Revisions & Additions to the Connecticut Code of Evidence."

Upcoming Seminars & Events


CLE Seminar: Breaking Down Complex Workers’ Compensation Issues

Chairs: Scott A. Carta; Lucas M. Watson

CT Credits: 0.5 Ethics & Professionalism; 3.5 Areas of Professional Practice
NY Credits: 0.5 Ethics & Professionalism; 4 Areas of Professional Practice


CLE Seminar: Annual Criminal Litigation

Chairs: William F. Dow III; Hubert J. Santos

CT Credits: 1 Ethics & Professionalism; 5.5 Skills
NY Credits: 1 Ethics & Professionalism; 6.5 Skills


CLE Seminar: Arguing Damages

Chair: John J. Kennedy, Jr.

CT Credits: 0.5 Ethics & Professionalism; 3.5 Skills
NY Credits: 0.5 Ethics & Professionalism; 4 Skills

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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.