In the latest issue of the Connecticut Lawyer, Connecticut Bar Association President Barry Hawkins addressed the group's efforts, which were a long time in coming, to assess the usefulness and the viability of its standing committees and sections and the diversity of section leadership. As a result of this assessment, the CBA has transformed some standing committees into sections, will "reinvigorate" two sections, and probably suspend another that is struggling.
It's About Time
The Connecticut Law Tribune
December 14, 2012
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