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Criminal Justice Section Meeting with The Honorable Richard N. Palmer and The Honorable Andrew J. McDonald speaking. The Administrative Law, Appellate Advocacy, Litigation, Child Welfare and Juvenile Law, LGBT, and Young Lawyers Sections and the CT Criminal Defense Lawyers Association are invited to attend.

5/26/2015
When: Tuesday, May 26, 2015
6:00 p.m. -- 9:00 p.m.
Where: Dakota Steakhouse
1489 Silas Deane Highway
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 
United States
Contact: Member Service Center
(860)223-4400


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Administrative Law, Appellate Advocacy, Litigation, Child Welfare and Juvenile Law, LGBT, and Young Lawyers Section and Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Association are invited to attend.

Program

Please join the CBA’s Criminal Justice Section for an evening with Connecticut Supreme Court Justices Richard N. Palmer and Andrew J. McDonald. 

The Criminal Justice Section is honored to have Justices Palmer and McDonald as our guest speakers.  Justices Palmer and McDonald will offer their insights into the decision making process and the dynamics of the Connecticut Supreme Court. 

They will also discuss topics including:

  • How the Court selects the cases that it will hear
  • The keys to effective brief writing and oral argument
  • How the Court keeps up with advances in DNA and the genome, the use of drones, GPS, thermal imaging, and Social media
  • How evolving social mores in areas such as LGBT rights, marijuana decriminalization and juvenile justice impact long standing precedent

Space is limited, please register early.