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3/1/2015
SYL15301-YLS Event: UConn vs. SMU Basketball Game

3/3/2015
CMM150303-Committee on Medical Marijuana

3/3/2015
SAL150303-Administrative Law Section Meeting

3/3/2015
SFP150303-Honorable Holly B. Fitzsimmons Retirement Reception

3/4/2015
EDU150304-Best Time Management Strategies for Successful Lawyering

Young Lawyers Section

Emily Graner Sexton, Chair
Phone: (860)258-5800
E-mail: emily.granersexton@po.state.ct.us

 
Address:
Chief State's Attorney's Office
300 Corporate Pl
Rocky Hill, CT 06067

 



 

 

The Young Lawyers Section (YLS) has as its primary goals the promotion of justice, the encouragement of public service, and the promotion of diversity and education of young lawyers and newly admitted practitioners. These goals are achieved through the educational, public service, and community programs produced by the section’s twenty-plus statewide committees and the nine regional young lawyer organizations in the state. The section also serves a valuable social and networking role in introducing young lawyers to each other and assisting them in their transition into the Connecticut legal practice. The section includes all members of the CBA who are 37-years-old or younger or who have been admitted to the Bar for less than six full bar years.


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Find section or executive committee membership lists by clicking here to visit the "Find a Group" page. Find a Group is also available in the "Member Resources" tab.

 

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