Opinion: CBA President Responds To Criticism

A recent editorial asked the question, "Is the Connecticut Bar Association Meeting the Needs of its Members?" (Connecticut Law Tribune, Nov. 11.) As president of the Connecticut Bar Association, I am proud to tell you that the CBA is strong and thriving and meeting the needs of our diverse and vibrant membership.

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  • Lou Pepe

    Well said Kim! Bravo! Keep up the good work.

  • Lou Pepe

    Well said Kim! Bravo! Keep up the good work.

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