Letter To The Editor

Letter: CBA Members Should Have A Social Conscience

The Connecticut Law Tribune

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I feel that it is unfortunate that certain members of the Connecticut Bar Association are now seeking to override the House of Delegates vote to take a position on Shew v. Malloy via referendum.

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  • Paul Mordecai Rosenberg

    Social conscience and social consciousness, my tuches. Even Hillel Goldman, a self-proclaimed “boring” (gnothi seauton) and “simple country business lawyer”—an oxymoron if ever there was one—must (or should) realize they’re not synonymous. And social conscience and social consciousness in all events most certainly don’t comprehend severely abridging and even abrogating the rights of innocent, law-abiding individuals . . .

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