2020 Young Lawyers Section Leadership Retreat (SYL200626)
YLS Executive Committee Meeting (SYL200513)
YLS Federal Judges Dinner (SYL200414)
This program will provide young lawyers with an opportunity to talk with judges over dinner. Attendees will be seated at tables with members of the judiciary. The judges look forward to sharing their guidance and insights with members of the Young Lawyers Section in this intimate setting.
RESCHEDULED FROM 3/3: Appellate Writing — The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly CLE (EYL200303)
Legal writing is tough and appellate brief writing even tougher. But there are many simple practices an attorney can adopt to improve their writing skills. This program seeks to identify and explain the qualities of great (and not so great) appellate writing. A mix of judges and advocates will provide a diverse perspective on the topic.
YLS Executive Committee Meeting (SYL200407)
Paint and Sip (SYL200402)
Paint and Sip Event at Muse Paintbar
Please join the YLS for a fun and relaxing evening to Paint and Sip with your friends and colleagues.
Cost: $30 (includes a drink ticket, food, all materials and a guided painting session)
5:30 p.m. – Guest arrival
5:30 p.m. – Eat/Drink/Mingle
6:00 p.m. – First part of painting
7:00 p.m. – Break
7:15 p.m. – Second part of painting/photos/cle…
RESCHEDULED FROM 12/17: A Review on Golding: Looking Back on 30 Years of Golding Review (EYL191217)
Our panel convenes just prior to the 30th anniversary of the release of arguably one of the most seminal cases in Connecticut appellate jurisprudence, State v. Golding, 213 Conn. 233 (1989). Criminal defendants frequently rely on this method of reviewing previously unpreserved constitutional claims on appeal. Our panelists will discuss the evolution of Golding review over the past 30 years, includ…
Legal Comedy Night (SYL200325)
Come have a laugh with the Connecticut Bar Association and New Haven County Bar Association for a comedy night, including comedic performances focused entirely on the legal profession, as well as networking, food, and drinks!
Introduction to Mediation CLE (EYL200324)
This program is designed to educate trial counsel about the basics and fine points of representing clients in a mediation process that will successfully engage client and counsel to reach a resolution, without risk and accomplishing objectives beyond those obtainable through a litigated outcome.
CANCELLED - YLS Executive Committee Meeting (SYL200311)
Forever Wild: Conservation Easements and Strategies for Land Protection CLE (EYL200309)
As statutes are revised and courts decide precedent-setting cases, the legal framework for conservation is constantly evolving. Clients rely on attorneys to draft conservation easements that will preserve land indefinitely. The laws that govern land conservation are intricate and during this session we will unpack the complexity of conservation easements and the like. This program seeks to encoura…
Stealing Youth: Responses to Trafficking in Connecticut CLE (EYL200218)
Learn about the issue of youth sex trafficking in Connecticut. Panelists will provide an overview of relevant state and federal laws and the adjudication of youth sex trafficking cases, signs of trafficking, and identify local and state resources to practitioners. This program brings together representatives from the public and private sector to provide a legal and social analysis of this epidemic…
Black History Month Member Spotlight | Aigné Goldsby
In observation of Black History Month, meet Attorney Aigné Goldsby, the founder and principal of Black Esquire LLC, an organization that provides opportunities and resources for Black and minority legal professionals.
YLS Executive Committee and Section Meeting with The Honorable Nuala Droney (SYL200213)
Lessons for Young Lawyers from the Bench
The Honorable Nuala Droney will discuss experiences of newly appointed judges and recommendations for young lawyers when appearing before the court.
CT: 0.5 CLE Credits | NY: 0.0 CLE Credits
Construction Coverage from the Ground Up CLE (EYL200203)
In this program, panelists will provide an overview of the different types of construction-related insurance coverages, discuss the common coverage issues that arise thereunder, and examine recent developments in the law.
UCONN School of Law - CBA Young Lawyers Section Meet & Greet (SYL200129)
UCONN Law School Students - Network with Connecticut attorneys and learn more about the Connecticut Bar Association and how it can work for you during and after law school.
Complimentary food and beverage will be provided.
CBA Young Lawyers Section
UCONN School of Law
Top 10 Tips and Tools for Every Family Lawyer CLE (EYL200128)
This program will feature top tools and tips on a variety of subjects that every family law attorney should have ready to use, whether they are representing a client in a contested custody matter, financial matter, or both.
Cyber Security: Nuts and Bolts and Ethics of Protecting Information CLE (EDU200123)
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.
Registering for Success: Strategies for Maximizing the Value of a Business’s IP CLE (EYL200121)
This program will consider intellectual property from the perspective of business owner representation. There are many legal issues implicated by the starting and running of a business, but it is easy for intellectual property issues to become overlooked amidst issues that may seem more urgent, such as organization formation and employment policies. What should a lawyer make sure a new business ow…
CANCELLED - Administrative Law Section: Advocacy in Child Protective Proceedings (SAL200114)
About the Program:
Joan Olawale, Law Office of Joane M. Olawale, LLC will speak regarding Advocacy in Child Protective Proceedings before the Department of Children and Families.
CT: 1.0 Credit | NY: 0.0 CLE Credit