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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

Upcoming CLE Courses

  • Oct 29
    Attorney’s Fees in Workers’ Compensation: Do’s, Don’ts, and Difficulties (EWC211029)
    Webinar
    Friday, Oct 29 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM (Eastern Daylight Time)

    This webinar explores the legal and ethical considerations concerning attorneys’ fees for both respondents and claimants.

  • Nov 02
    CANCELLED: In the Weeds: Employee and Employer Rights Post Legalization (EYL211102)
    Webinar
    Tuesday, Nov 2 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)

    Connecticut has legalized cannabis for adult use and this legislation has profound effects on Connecticut workplaces. The law contains very specific requirements for both employees and employers that need to be understood to ensure employee rights are respected and for employers to operate their organizations safely and legally. The presentation will be led by two of Connecticut’s top attorneys in employee rights and management’s rights.

  • Nov 03
    Professionalism, Ethics, and Technology (EDU211103A)
    Webinar
    Wednesday, Nov 3 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)

    An experienced panel of Connecticut lawyers will discuss the intersection of professionalism, ethics, and technology. Why? Technology touches everything from legal accounting and advertising to document management and digital privacy. While “tech competence” is required in a plurality of US jurisdictions, including Connecticut, the term’s exact definition is anything but an ever-fixed mark. For this reason, we are pleased to host a panel discussion with members of the Standing Committee on Professional Ethics, the Statewide Grievance Committee, Statewide Bar Counsel, practitioners in the areas of digital privacy and legal ethics, and members of the local judiciary.

  • Nov 03
    Civil Jury Panels in Connecticut—A View from Both Sides of the Bench (EDU211103B)
    Webinar
    Wednesday, Nov 3 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)

    A presentation and discussion on the process, benefits, challenges, and strategy involved in choosing a civil jury through box voir dire in Connecticut.

  • Nov 04
    The CBA Task Force's Recommendations on Policing in Connecticut (EMS211104)
    Webinar
    Thursday, Nov 4 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
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    In the wake of the George Floyd homicide, a diverse group of attorneys, community members, and law enforcement leaders met on a weekly basis for over a year to discuss, research and make recommendations to the State legislature and other stakeholders regarding policing in Connecticut. It is anticipated their work will culminate in a written report to be publicly released this fall. In this session, leaders and key members of this Task Force will share what they learned and what they recommend we do to address the challenges in policing and to improve relations between police and the communities they serve.