Article I, Section 2 of the bylaws of the Litigation Section of the Connecticut Bar Association, amended by the Board of Governors on September 16, 1996, provides that “the purpose of this section shall be to promote the objects of the Connecticut Bar Association within the field of civil justice and litigation.” The Litigation Section views that directive as requiring regular Executive Committee/Section meetings between September and June designed to promote legal education, monitor and present positions with respect to legislative matters that have the potential to affect the administration or process of an effective and efficient civil justice system, enhance relationships between the bar and the Judiciary, and promote civility and professionalism in the practice of litigation.
Executive Committee List
Report of the CBA Task Force on Limited Scope Representation
EFile Focus Groups Summary Report
March 20, 2012 Litigation Section Meeting Presentation - The Nexus Between Connecticut Trial and Appellate Practice
Memo from Andrew B. Nevas, Esq. and The Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act being considered for adoption in Connecticut.
Materials from Navigating Connecticut’s New E-Discovery Rules, November 29, 2011