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Upcoming Events

  • Nov 29
    Animal Law Section Meeting (SAN221129)
    Zoom Video Meeting
    Tuesday, Nov 29 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
  • Nov 30
    Committee on Cannabis Law Meeting (CCL221130)
    Zoom Video Meeting
    Wednesday, Nov 30 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
  • Dec 01
    Ethical Practices for Communications with Clients, Opposing Parties, and the USPTO (EIP221201)
    Robinson + Cole LLP - CLE Pass Eligible
    280 Trumbull Street, 28th Floor
    Hartford, Connecticut
    United States
    Thursday, Dec 1 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM (Eastern Standard Time)

    The CBA’s Intellectual Property Section will present 2.0 hours of Ethics CLE in a roundtable discussion format. We will focus on strategies to ethically communicate with clients, opposing counsel, and government agencies, including discussion of recent cases, practical tips, and best practices. Learn how to effectively communicate the results of IP clearance searches, pursue cease & desist communications, and ethically satisfy your duty of candor to the USPTO.

  • Dec 01
    Motley Speaker Series: Encouraging Equity in Special Education (EMS221201)
    Webinar
    Thursday, Dec 1 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM (Eastern Standard Time)

    Delivery of special education to students in Connecticut is a complex balance of interests between children, parents, schools, administrators, and government. Legal precedent and framework determine the rights and responsibilities of each participant and ultimately, the scope and quality of the special education students receive. This program explores Connecticut's special education system, the perspectives of parties involved, and the challenges and opportunities that arise in practice, all with the goal of encouraging equitable and excellent special education for all students.

  • Dec 02
    2022 Professionalism Boot Camp (ECP221202)
    CBA Law Center and Virtual
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States
    Friday, Dec 2 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM (Eastern Standard Time)

Upcoming CLE Courses

  • Dec 01
    Ethical Practices for Communications with Clients, Opposing Parties, and the USPTO (EIP221201)
    Robinson + Cole LLP - CLE Pass Eligible
    280 Trumbull Street, 28th Floor
    Hartford, Connecticut
    United States
    Thursday, Dec 1 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM (Eastern Standard Time)

    The CBA’s Intellectual Property Section will present 2.0 hours of Ethics CLE in a roundtable discussion format. We will focus on strategies to ethically communicate with clients, opposing counsel, and government agencies, including discussion of recent cases, practical tips, and best practices. Learn how to effectively communicate the results of IP clearance searches, pursue cease & desist communications, and ethically satisfy your duty of candor to the USPTO.

  • Dec 01
    Motley Speaker Series: Encouraging Equity in Special Education (EMS221201)
    Webinar
    Thursday, Dec 1 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM (Eastern Standard Time)

    Delivery of special education to students in Connecticut is a complex balance of interests between children, parents, schools, administrators, and government. Legal precedent and framework determine the rights and responsibilities of each participant and ultimately, the scope and quality of the special education students receive. This program explores Connecticut's special education system, the perspectives of parties involved, and the challenges and opportunities that arise in practice, all with the goal of encouraging equitable and excellent special education for all students.

  • Dec 02
    2022 Professionalism Boot Camp (ECP221202)
    CBA Law Center and Virtual
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States
    Friday, Dec 2 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
  • Dec 05
    Risk Management for Lawyers: The Basics (EEN221205)
    Hotel Marcel
    500 Sargent Dr.
    New Haven, Connecticut

    Monday, Dec 5 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)

    Join us for a networking event followed by an engaging two credit ethics CLE program. Hors d'oeuvres will be served during the networking event, and a plated dinner will be served during the CLE program. All of this at the imaginatively sustainable Hotel Marcel, in New Haven. Tours of the hotel will be available.

  • Dec 06
    An Introduction to Insurance Law Through a Construction Lens (EYL221206)
    Webinar - CLE Pass Eligible
    Tuesday, Dec 6 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM (Eastern Standard Time)