PT01 AAA Roadside Assistance for the Legal Profession: A-dvances in Technology, A-rtificial Intelligence, and A-lternative Fee Arrangements (2020CLC)

Monday, September 14, 2020

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)

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The President's Track

Presented by the Executive Committee

About the Program

The seminar will discuss the work of the CBA's COVID-19 and State of the Legal Profession Task Forces, and discuss how they have been working to explore, implement, and promote certain advances in technology, as well as other changes in the way we practice law, to ensure the sustainability of the practice of law, and shrink the access to justice gap.  

You Will Learn

  • About technological advances, alternative fee arrangements, and law firm structures revolutionizing the practice of law
  • About the work of the State of the Legal Profession Task Force and the progress they have made
  • About issues related to closing the access to justice gap

CLE Credit: 2.0 CT (Ethics); 2.0 NY (1.0 Ethics; 1.0 D&I)


judge-elizabeth-bozzuto Hon. Elizabeth A. Bozzuto
Connecticut Superior Court, Hartford

!No-Headshot Hon. John L. Cordani, Sr.
Connecticut Superior Court, Hartford

Austin Berescik-Johns
Law Office of Austin B. Johns LLC, Hartford

Patrick Clendenen Patrick T. Clendenen
Clendenen & Shea LLC, New Haven

Stephen Conover Stephen J. Conover
Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey LLP, Stamford

Karen DeMeola
UConn School of Law, Hartford

D Hrelic1 Dana M. Hrelic
Pullman & Comley LLC, Hartford

Desi_Imetovski Desi Imetovski
Former Assistant Chief Disciplinary Counsel, Bridgeport

Ralph Monaco Ralph J. Monaco
Conway Londregan Sheehan & Monaco PC, New London

Ury_Frederic Frederic S. Ury
Ury & Moskow LLC, Fairfield


Barbara J. Collins BW 150x150 Barbara J. Collins
Law Office of Barbara J. Collins, West Hartford

Monte Frank Monte E. Frank
Pullman & Comley LLC, Bridgeport

kyle labuff Kyle LaBuff

ndidi-n-moses-2019 Hon. Ndidi N. Moses
Connecticut Superior Court, Hartford