• Lawyer-to-Lawyer-dispute-res Lawyer-to-Lawyer Dispute Resolution Program
    Lawyer-to-Lawyer Dispute Resolution is a voluntary, confidential program designed to help attorneys resolve disputes including but not limited to law firm dissolution, withdrawal of a partner or shareholder from the firm, and allocation of fee between lawyers in different firms.
  • Lawyer-Client Fee Dispute Resolution Program

    The Program provides lawyers and clients with an opportunity to resolve or attempt to resolve disputes over legal fees through mediation arbitration, or both. The program is a free community service, confidential, and impartial. Participants do not need to have a lawyer to use the program.

Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers

 LCL logo CMYK Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers is Connecticut's lawyer assistance program providing crisis intervention and referral services to the Connecticut legal community. We are committed to helping members of the Connecticut legal community overcome personal, mental health, and addiction problems.

Applying for Bar Admission in Connecticut

The CBA is a voluntary bar association is not responsibly for admitting attorneys to the Connecticut Bar. Resources on how to apply for Bar Admission in Connecticut can be found on the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch's website.