CBA Considers Major Changes To Constitution

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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The Connecticut Bar Association is considering some of the broadest changes to its constitution in more than 65 years. Among the proposals is whether the current governance structure should be changed.

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  • This is long overdue. The current "leadership" of the Bar is stuck in the past and not paying attention to massive social and other changes happening in society and impacting the legal community. Far too many progressive and young attorneys are also being shut out of bar and far too many members no longer believe the Bar is effectively representing their interests or the best interests of the public.

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