As Law Tribune columnist Dan Krisch and others have noted, we seem to be in the midst of an interesting shift where many of the "go to" judges of the Superior Court, judges that many lawyers sought out and trusted to resolve their clients' most serious disputes, are retiring and setting up shop at large law firms. While this is great for them, I am not sure it bodes well for our court system and the perception of equal access to justice.
Private Judges, Private Justice
The Connecticut Law Tribune
October 19, 2012
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