New Attorneys Sworn in to the Connecticut Bar on May 20

Written Tuesday, May 24, 2022

 Oath of Attorney President Daniel J. Horgan Admission of New Attorneys 
New attorneys are sworn in.
CBA President Daniel J. Horgan speaks to the newly admitted attorneys.

Twenty-five new attorneys were sworn in to the Connecticut bar at the Connecticut Supreme Court on May 20. Connecticut Supreme Court Chief Justice Richard A. Robinson, Justice Joan K. Alexander, Justice Gregory T. D’Auria, Justice Steven D. Ecker, Justice Maria Aruajo Kahn, Justice Andrew J. McDonald, and Justice Raheem L. Mullins were in attendance.

The morning ceremony began with opening remarks provided by Chief Justice Robinson and a special recognition provided to the attorneys by Justice Alexander, who was recently appointed to the Connecticut Supreme Court by Governor Ned Lamont last month.  Justice Alexander encouraged the new attorneys to participate in pro bono work and to always remain professional and respectful towards the attorneys they oppose in cases.

Following the administration of the oath of attorney, CBA President Daniel J. Horgan provided a welcome to those inducted. He informed the new attorneys of their complimentary year of bar association membership with the CBA and extolled the various benefits he has experienced personally through the association. He welcomed the inductees to what he referred to as “the greatest profession in the world.”

The Connecticut Bar Association congratulates all those who were sworn in at the ceremony.