Amy Lin Meyerson
Immediate Past President

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CBA Offices Held:

President (2020-2021); President-elect (2019-2020); Vice President (2018-2019)

Professional Data:

Attorney Meyerson is a solo practitioner of The Law Office of Amy Lin Meyerson in Weston, where she practices in the area of domestic corporate law, concentrating in formation and growth of emerging businesses and nonprofits, computer law, and venture capital. She is a past president of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) (2005-2006) and the NAPABA Law Foundation (2016-2018) and a past chair of the American Bar Association’s Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division (2014-2015). Attorney Meyerson is the founder of the Connecticut Asian Pacific American Bar Association. She is a member of the American Bar Association's Board of Governors (2021-2024).

CBA Activities:

Board of Governors; Chair, Pro Bono Committee (2019-2020); Chair, Legislative Policy and Review Committee (2018-2019); Chair, Legal Profession Subcommittee, Member, Public at Large Subcommittee, 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic Task Force; Business Law Section; Women in the Law Section; Nominating Committee; Awards Committee; Long-Range Planning Committee; Executive Committee, Young Lawyers Section (2002-2003); Chair, Solo and Small Firm Section (2006-2007).

Other Professional Activities:

Co-Chair, Connecticut Hate Crimes Advisory Council; Board of Directors, Connecticut Bar Foundation (2009-2012); Board of Directors, Statewide Legal Services of Connecticut Inc. (2005-2009); American Bar Association's Deputy Representative to the United Nations(2020-2021); Member, ABA House of Delegates Admissions and Credentials Committee (2018-2020); Member, ABA House of Delegates Scope and Correlation of Work Committee (2020-2021)


2019 Gallery of Pioneers, University of Connecticut School of Law; Amy Lin Meyerson Day in CT, April 26, 2006, Proclamation by CT Governor M. Jodi Rell; Alumni Admissions Advisory Committee, Duke University (2008­-present);  

CAPABA Ivan K. Fong Founders Award (2015); NAPABA Women's Leadership Award (2012); Commissioner, Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission of Connecticut (2010-2012); Fellow, Connecticut Bar Foundation James W. Cooper Fellows Program (2009-present); Fellow, American Bar Foundation (2005 to present); Connecticut Law Tribune 2002 New Leaders in the Law Award

 

Law School:

University of Connecticut School of Law