She's not licensed to practice law in any state, but Cecelia Lebby spends so much time arguing in court that she considers it "a full-time job.
Carolyn "Carrie" Witt wasn't a lawyer, but she was well known in the New Haven legal community.For 17 years, she was the executive director of the New Haven County Bar Association, where she helped o
...When Pat Kaplan began her career at New Haven Legal Assistance Association in 1978...
Introducing some attorneys who have been involved with some of the big stories or big issues of 2012 - the Connecticut Law Tribune's 2012 Dozen Who Made A Difference
...but no one enforces them. So I brought Branford Brown, Pat Kaplan and Naoh Eisenhandler to talk about pro bono. Branford is the...
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