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The CT Bar Institute, Inc. is a non-profit provider of high-quality Continuing Legal Education for the Connecticut legal community. Our programs are presented by Connecticut lawyers, for Connecticut lawyers. You can review the steps for creating a successful CLE and complete a CLE planning form through the link below.

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Upcoming Events

  • Apr 18
    YLS Networking Event (SYL240418)
    Counter Weight Brewing Co
    7 Diana Ct
    Cheshire, Connecticut
    United States
    Thursday, Apr 18 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
  • Apr 22
    CANCELLED: YLS - Diversity Panel Dinner (SYL240422)
    Café Fiore
    134 Berlin Rd
    Cromwell, Connecticut
    United States
    Monday, Apr 22 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
  • Apr 23
    CBA Free Legal Advice Clinic
    Zoom
    Tuesday, Apr 23 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
  • Apr 24
    Supported Decision Making: Protecting Rights, Ensuring Choices (EDU240424)
    Webinar - CLE Pass Eligible
    Wednesday, Apr 24 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)

    Study after study has shown that when older adults and people with disabilities have more control over their life and make more decisions for themselves – when they have more self-determination – they have enhanced quality of life. However, guardianship and conservatorship, when overbroad or undue, can reduce or remove people’s self-determination, which research shows can decrease their quality of life.

  • Apr 24
    Motley Speaker Series: Unpacking Barriers to Voting During an Election Year (EMS240424)
    Webinar
    Wednesday, Apr 24 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)

    The right to vote is the foundation of American democracy, enabling the ordinary citizen to raise their voice to reflect the collective will of the American people. But can the promise that a vote represents be realized when voters are confronted with significant obstacles to exercising that right? For generations, Black voters and other voters of color have faced discriminatory policies and other obstacles that disproportionately affect their communities. These obstacles include limited polling places, long lines at the polls, voter identification laws, restrictive voting hours, and fewer opportunities to vote by mail.

Upcoming CLE Courses

  • Apr 24
    Supported Decision Making: Protecting Rights, Ensuring Choices (EDU240424)
    Webinar - CLE Pass Eligible
    Wednesday, Apr 24 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)

    Study after study has shown that when older adults and people with disabilities have more control over their life and make more decisions for themselves – when they have more self-determination – they have enhanced quality of life. However, guardianship and conservatorship, when overbroad or undue, can reduce or remove people’s self-determination, which research shows can decrease their quality of life.

  • Apr 24
    Motley Speaker Series: Unpacking Barriers to Voting During an Election Year (EMS240424)
    Webinar
    Wednesday, Apr 24 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)

    The right to vote is the foundation of American democracy, enabling the ordinary citizen to raise their voice to reflect the collective will of the American people. But can the promise that a vote represents be realized when voters are confronted with significant obstacles to exercising that right? For generations, Black voters and other voters of color have faced discriminatory policies and other obstacles that disproportionately affect their communities. These obstacles include limited polling places, long lines at the polls, voter identification laws, restrictive voting hours, and fewer opportunities to vote by mail.

  • Apr 24
    Developments in Indian Law (EID240424)
    Lansdowne Irish Pub & Music House, Mohegan Sun
    1 Mohegan Sun Blvd.
    Uncasville

    Wednesday, Apr 24 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)

    Join us for an exciting 90 minute presentation on developments in Indian law at The Lansdowne Irish Pub & Music House at the Mohegan Sun, followed by light food and networking.

  • May 03
    2024 Professionalism Boot Camp (EPC240503)
    Hawthorne Inn
    2421 Berlin Tpk.
    Berlin

    Friday, May 3 8:30 AM to 1:50 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)

    Learn the skills needed to practice professionally, effectively, and ethically. Attending this seminar will help you to launch and navigate a successful career in law.

  • May 06
    2024 Workers' Compensation Retreat (SWC240506)
    The Otesaga Resort Hotel
    60 Lake Street
    Cooperstown, New York

    Monday, May 6 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
    Mail in Registration

    Seminar for workers’ compensation practitioners to hone their legal skills and understanding of specific areas of the law. Attendees will learn about developments in the labor market in the post Covid-19 world. The practical benefits of structuring settlement and management of MSA monies for the protection of the practitioner and their client. Ethical pitfalls in everyday practice of workers’ compensation. Dr. Holzman will present on the benefits of early return to work from a psychological standpoint, as well as pain psychology. Judge Schoolcraft will lead a Socratic discussion of professionalism in the Formal setting and hot-button workers’ compensation issues.