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Connecticut Lawyer Magazine - LegalTech 2017
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LegalTech Issue 2017   Volume 27/Number 6


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FEATURES

Call for Nominations: CBA Annual Awards

It's that time of year again! The awards committee is seeking nominations for the CBA's annual awards. Learn more about the criteria and how to submit your nominations.

 
At the Capitol

By Bill Chapman
Learn everything you need to know about this past legislative session, including any new acts that will go into effect in the fall.


Cyber Security: A Necessary Focus

By Colleen M. Capossela

Cyber attacks are an everyday reality and a major business risk for any law firm. This article will show you how you can focus on establishing and implementing security initiatives, protocols, and plans for your operations; starting with making cyber security risk management a necessary focus in your business.

 

Microsoft Word: Practice Does Not Make Perfect

By Barron K. Henley

Do you feel like every complex document in Microsoft Word turns into a wrestling match? Don't feel bad--only a tiny percent of users actually achieve Word domination. This article will let you in on the secrets of making your experience with Microsoft Word easier.

 

Tackling Encryption Head On: Simple Steps to Secure Your Client's Data

By Heidi S. Alexander
Emergency physicians are familiar with bicycle related accidents; however, cyclists may still suffer insurance and other legal consequences. This article addresses the recreational and legal complications of amateur and recreational cycling activities, including charity bike races.

 


COLUMNS

President’s Message
An Honor to Serve
By Monte E. Frank


Time to Go Pro Bono

Bridging the Justice Gap: What Does That Mean? What's a Justice Gap? Why Do We Have One and What Can We Do?

By Janice Chiaretto

Supreme Deliberations

Mayer v. Historic District Commission of the Town of Groton, 325 Conn. 765 (2017): Figuring Out Aggrievement in Land Use Appeals

By Charles D. Ray and Matthew A. Weiner

 

Young Lawyers

The End of the Beginning
By Dana M. Hrelic



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CBA News & Events
Litigation Section Hosts Retreat
Members Making a Difference
Governor Malloy Appoints Justice McDonald as Chair of Connecticut's Criminal Justice Commission
Connecticut Judicial Branch Announces Assignment of Judges
Peers & Cheers

 
Professional Discipline Digest
Vol. 26, No. 1
Vol. 26, No. 2
Vol. 26, No. 3


Court Decisions
Highlights from Recent Superior Court Decisions


Classifieds
Office Space

 

   
 

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