• Sep 25
    The Connecticut Pardons Process CLE (EDU190925)
    CBA Law Center
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States

    This seminar will provide an overview of the Connecticut pardon process and offer advice to attorneys seeking to represent petitioners in pardons hearings.

  • Oct 03
    2019 Connecticut Bankruptcy Conference CLE (ECB191003)
    Saint Clements Castle
    1931 Portland-Cobalt Rd
    Portland, Connecticut
    United States

    Join us for the second annual Connecticut Bankruptcy Conference featuring coverage of the Connecticut Local Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. Learn about best practices and ethical considerations in both commercial and consumer bankruptcy from top practitioners.

  • Oct 07
    Honoring Toni Morrison: The Civil Rights of Lynching Then and Now CLE (EYL191007)
    CBA Law Center
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States

    In Toni Morrison’s 1989 book, Beloved, she discusses the history of American slavery and vividly describes the mutilation of black bodies during lynchings. In light of her recent passing, this CLE will discuss the history of lynching in the United States and how Civil Rights laws have evolved over time to remedy it. We will read specific passages from Beloved, discuss the Civil Rights Act and what we can learn from this history, and what Toni Morrison has left behind with her words.

  • Oct 15
    Ethical Considerations in Residential Real Estate Closings CLE (EDU191015)
    Groton Library
    52 Newtown Rd
    Groton, Connecticut
    United States

    The panelists will review the Rules of Professional Conduct with special focus on attorney’s fees, conflicts of interest, representation of multiple parties, and dealing with unrepresented parties. In addition, the rules and statutes concerning the Unauthorized Practice of Law will be addressed. There will be a demonstration of how to conduct a three-way balance of an attorney’s IOLTA account.

  • Oct 16
    DMV Per Se: Hearings and Appeals CLE (EDU191016)
    CBA Law Center
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States

    DMV Per Se: Hearings and Appeals covers the entirety of the DMV per se process. It gives you a basic understanding of the winning and losing issues to raise at a DMV hearing as well as the methods for appeal if you lose your hearing.

  • Oct 21
    VA Benefits Training CLE (EVM191021)
    CBA Law Center
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States

    This training will help attorneys who provide legal services to veterans with disability and related claims before the Veterans Benefit Administration. We will cover the basics of VA benefits as well as discuss VA decision review, VA claims file review, Legacy v. AMA appeals strategy, and special monthly compensations.

  • Oct 23
    Connecticut's Diversity & Inclusion Summit: The Collaborative Blueprint* (CDC191023)
    Quinnipiac University School of Law
    370 Bassett Road
    North Haven, Connecticut
    United States
  • Oct 24
    2019 Federal Tax Institute of New England CLE (FTINE2019)
    Saint Clements Castle
    1931 Portland-Cobalt Rd
    Portland, Connecticut
    United States

    Don't miss this premier event for the estate planning and tax communities. The day will kick-off with a networking breakfast followed by both plenary and break-out sessions. For the first time, we will be presenting in a three-track format—business tax and planning, estate tax and planning, and the new Connecticut Uniform Trust Code (UTC). National speakers will present on cutting-edge tax and estate planning issues, including tax implications and concerns under the UTC as well as drafting trusts under the UTC. Register early as space is limited for this event.

  • Oct 25
    Not Just Another Test: How to Effectively Obtain and Interpret Evaluations CLE (EED191025)
    CBA Law Center
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States

    Understanding a student's strengths and weaknesses is critical to effective representation in education matters. Learn how to determine which evaluations are needed and how to read evaluation results to guide appropriate school-based interventions.

  • Oct 29
    The Legal Entrepreneur Conference CLE (EDU191029)
    CBA Law Center
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States

    Improving client service, increasing productivity, and lowering business costs. This full-day event will provide you with solutions to meet the challenges of legal technology, law firm management, and productivity. An experienced practitioner and legal tech expert will present seminars on what you need to know about the latest technology.

  • Nov 01
    Game of Bones: The Science and Strategy of Orthopedic Claims CLE (EWC191101)
    The Hartford Club
    46 Prospect St
    Hartford, Connecticut
    United States

    Many areas of the law require the participation of physicians to determine entitlement to benefits and extent of damages. This seminar will analyze the intersection of legal principles and medicine in the context of five common areas of injury: spine, knee, shoulder, wrist, and elbow.

  • Nov 08
    Raising the Bar: A Bench-Bar Symposium on Professionalism CLE (EPC191108)
    Bridgeport Superior Court
    1061 Main St
    Bridgeport, Connecticut
    United States

    This symposium was developed by the CBA Standing Committee on Professionalism to bring together members of the bench and bar in a collaborative effort to identify and discuss how to maintain and elevate the level of professionalism in the practice of law.

  • Nov 12
    Nuts and Bolts of Consumer Bankruptcy and How They Fit in Your Practice Area Toolkit CLE (EYL191112)
    CBA Law Center
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States

    This program will provide an opportunity to learn the nuts and bolts of consumer bankruptcy, specifically focusing on Chapters 7 and 13, and how bankruptcy law intersects with a diverse majority of other practice areas, such as divorce law, criminal law, real estate law, and estate planning.

  • Nov 13
    Representing the Startup Venture 2019 CLE (EBL191113)
    Grassy Hill Country Club
    441 Clark Ln
    Orange, Connecticut
    United States

    This program focuses on representing the venture startup and dealing with the often complicated legal, tax, financial, and ethical issues involved in working with fast-growing enterprises run by time-challenged entrepreneurs and backed by professional investors.

  • Nov 14
    Tax Appeals and Capitalization Rates CLE (EDU191114)
    CBA Law Center
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States

    This seminar is directed toward negotiating capitalization rates in tax appeals matters because the vast majority of tax appeals settle. The same principles would be used at trial but with more evidential rigor. Presenters will provide a very interactive forum to learn effective and successful methods to succeed in tax appeals and capitalization rate challenges.

  • Nov 15
    Practice, Procedure, and Protocol in the Connecticut Courts CLE (EDU191115)
    CBA Law Center
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States

    This seminar covers the major portions of the Connecticut Practice Book, many of the unwritten rules of civil procedure, how to navigate the courts, and the various local rules of courts. We will also cover examples of forms along with sections of the Practice Book.

  • Nov 19
    Hot Topics in Probate CLE (EEP191119)
    Aqua Turf Club
    556 Mulberry St
    Plantsville, Connecticut
    United States

    Hot Topics in Probate is the hugely popular biennial seminar sponsored by the Probate Assembly and the CBA Estates and Probate and Elder Law Sections. This year’s seminar, presented by probate judges and attorneys, will focus on the Connecticut Uniform Trust Code, which will become law in January 1, 2020, eFiling in the Probate Courts, and Connecticut Standards of Practice for Conservators.

  • Nov 20
    Understanding the Beginnings of a Federal Criminal Case CLE (EDU191120)
    CBA Law Center
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States

    This seminar will help criminal lawyers and civil attorneys who have clients who walk in with a target letter or subpoena. The seminar deals with ethical issues when representing the company but are asked to assist with criminal representation of the employee for company conduct.

  • Nov 21
    Title IX Compliance in Higher Ed.: (Proposed) Regulatory Changes & Case Law Developments (EED191121)
    CBA Law Center
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States

    The US Department of Education has proposed substantial changes to Title IX regulations concerning sexual misconduct on campus, which may be implemented this fall. Learn about the history of Title IX; the impact of proposed regulatory changes; and recent developments in the law from an institutional perspective of a Title IX coordinator, from a defendant's perspective, and from a plaintiff's perspective.

  • Dec 02
    The Ins and Outs of Short Calendar CLE (EYL191202)
    CBA Law Center
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States

    Short calendar has drastically changed in Connecticut over the years and for newly admitted attorneys, speaking before a judge in a courtroom filled with experienced practitioners can be a daunting task. Attendees will receive an overview of Connecticut’s short calendar system, the logistics of short calendar, and how to prepare for short calendar.