Pictured are Sara Ray, Sabina Kania, Brian Paice, Jessica Vizvary, Sean LaPorta, Elizabeth Fortino, Paul Stoughton, Alison Powell, Chris Stankus, Jaime Welsh, and Eamonn Wisneski.
CBA-YLS members and friends recently volunteered for Hartford-area Habitat for Humanity, a Connecticut chapter of the global, nonprofit housing organization dedicated to building homes, communities, and hope. The group performed a day of work at two houses blocks away from the Connecticut Supreme Court, Hartford JD, and GA courthouses, including installing tile flooring, painting, fabricating and installing trim, hanging doors, installing door knobs and window blinds, and any other necessary tasks.
“The members of the Young Lawyers Section continue to demonstrate a commitment to being part of the communities where they live and work. We were grateful to have had the opportunity to partner with Habitat for Humanity on this great public service project that will benefit citizens of Hartford,” said CBA-YLS Chair Matt Necci.