Family Law

Bar Members Benefit From Multimedia Productions

Family Law Section reacts quickly to key Supreme Court decisions

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


The Family Law Section of the Connecticut Bar Association hasn't exactly been known for their high-tech trailblazing. Yet, Case Flash, a multimedia continuing legal education offering developed by Samuel V. Schoonmaker IV, of Schoonmaker Legal Group in Stamford, with the assistance of retired Superior Court Judge Elaine Gordon, of Gordon ADR in Westbrook, and Allen Gary Palmer, of Halloran & Sage in Westport, is quite possibly the most significant technology contribution the state bar has seen in many years. Case Flash marries continuing legal education and technology in order to bring Family Law Section members the latest state Supreme Court decisions to their email boxes.

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