About Our Section

The purpose of the Solo and Small Firm Section shall be to provide a forum for solo and small firm practitioners to develop relationships, exchange ideas, offer guidance, and learn about current technologies, office management practices, business development strategies, and the business of the practice of law, all of which are critical to the practice of law in a solo and small firm setting, utilizing publications, meetings, seminars, committees and other suitable media for this end, thereby promoting the objectives and goals of the Connecticut Bar Association.

Section Executive Committee

Ryan McKeen

Connecticut Trial Firm LLC
437 Naubuc Ave, ste 107
Glastonbury, CT 06033

Jerome Goldstein

Law Office of Jerome N. Goldstein
4 Research Dr, ste 402
Shelton, CT 06484

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Upcoming Events

  • Dec 04
    The Path Out: Succession Planning and Leaving the Practice of Law CLE (EDU191204)
    CBA Law Center
    30 Bank Street
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States

    What would happen to your practice or firm in the event of your death or incapacitation? Do you have a succession plan in place? Are you prepared? Some lawyers die at their desks, leaving the cleanup to their partners, other lawyers, or family members. Other lawyers wind down their practices and close the doors. But, there is another alternative that may be the best choice—that is to develop a succession plan under which you can retire gracefully on your own terms, while transitioning the law practice to a successor. In this seminar, you will learn about the challenges attorneys face in closing or transitioning their practices, how to properly plan for the inevitable, valuation of your practice, and post practice insurance concerns.

  • Jan 23
    Cyber Security: Nuts and Bolts and Ethics of Protecting Information CLE (EDU200123)
    CBA Law Center
    30 Bank St
    New Britain, Connecticut
    United States

    Cyberattacks are a real and present threat to all data systems. Attorneys have an ethical responsibility to protect their clients' information from hackers. Learn practical nuts and bolts applications as well as your ethical obligations to protect your information from external intrusion.

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