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Thursday, September 12, 2019 from 12 to 2 pm
Statewide Legal Services of Connecticut will be hosting a “paint nite” fundraiser in support of its I Heart Justice Campaign.
By Patricia R. Kaplan
Over the years, and especially during the last several decades, pro bono legal service has taken many forms....
By: ABA Journal
It is beyond debate that a very large number of people need legal representation and are not able to pay for it.
By: Connecticut Law Tribune
ADEL, Ga. — Billy Jerome Presley spent 17 months in a Georgia jail because he did not have $2,700 for a child support payment....
By: New York Times
A team of attorneys from the New London office of the Robinson & Cole law firm has performed an estimated $100,000 worth of pro bono work in a lawsuit involving the Norwich soup kitchen and food pantry...
By: The Day
Join us for this year’s Pro Bono Initiative that will include a brief reception and remarks by Chief Justice Chase T.
This summer, Connecticut became the latest jurisdiction to amend its practice rules to permit authorized in-house counsel to provide pro bono legal services.
Barry C. Hawkins, a partner with Shipman & Goodwin LLP, has been officially installed as President of the Connecticut Bar Association (CBA) for 2012-2013.