Column Was Unfair Attack On Family Bar

The Connecticut Law Tribune

bTo the editor:/b I read with great interest Norm Pattis's Sept. 24 column ("Parents At The Mercy Of For-Profit Overlords") regarding what he described as the "largely lawless" family court and how that court is, according to Mr. Pattis, either unable or unwilling to do much about it. Although Mr. Pattis is clearly an extremely bright and articulate attorney, and his columns are sometimes thought-provoking and interesting, he has clearly, in my opinion, missed the point in this instance.

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