In my Sept. 28 column ("Judicial Award Raises Ethical Issues"), I addressed the propriety of Superior Court Judge Lynda B. Munro's agreeing to accept an award from the Connecticut Women's Legal and Educational Fund and to appear as an honoree at its annual dinner, which took place on Oct. 2. After that, and on the eve of the event, Judge Munro notified CWEALF that she could not accept the award.
Judges As Fund-Raising Tools
The Connecticut Law Tribune
October 19, 2012
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