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Connecticut Lawyer Magazine - Sept/Oct 2015
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September/October 2015   Volume 26/Number 2

 

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FEATURES

Call for Nominations: CBA Awards
Read about the criteria to submit your nominations for colleagues or peers who make a difference in the legal community.

Understanding the Rollercoaster: How an Informed and Empathic Attorney Can Better Serve Divorce Clients
By Meghan Freed
The process of divorce deals with high emotions in additional to the legalities. Find out what mental health professionals suggest, in our role as attorneys, we can assist in normalizing our clients’ emotional experience of divorce.


2015 Amendments to the Connecticut Business Corporation Act
By James I. Lotstein
The changes to the CBCA made by the Act continue the process of updating and modernizing Connecticut’s corporate statutes. The Act provides helpful and practical improvements that should be useful to corporations domiciled in Connecticut.

Succeeding by Summary Judgment:  Is it Time to Recognize the Sham Affidavit Rule in the State Courts of Connecticut?

By James A. Fulton

This article examines the status of Connecticut’s summary judgment law in light of the Supreme Court’s decision in Stuart v. Freiberg, 316 Conn. 809 (2015).


COLUMNS

President’s Message
Random Reflections on the New Bar Year, Part 2
By William H. Clendenen, Jr.


A Message from the Executive Director

We are Growing Again

By Douglas S. Brown


Time to Go Pro Bono

Better Than Lumosity

By Patricia R. Kaplan

Building Your Practice

Tips for Civil Voir Dire

By Eric Hard

Supreme Deliberations

Doe v. Hartford Roman Catholic Diocesan Corp., 317 Conn. 357 (2015): Revisiting the Purpose of the State Constitution by Reexamining How the Court Determines What It Means

By Charles D. Ray and Matthew A. Weiner

Young Lawyers

Five Tips for the Newly Admitted Attorney
By Matthew Necci



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