...the new dean is no academic, he's a practitioner. Timothy Fisher is jumping from ship from McCarter & English, a 400-lawyer...
The University of Connecticut School of Law has chosen Timothy Fisher, a well-known Connecticut lawyer and president of the Connecticut Bar Foundation, to be its new dean
With the recent decision in State v. Lombardo Brothers Mason Contractors, et al., a unanimous Connecticut Supreme Court squarely holds that the state of Connecticut is not bound by statutes of limita
A request for pay raises for judges by Supreme Court Chief Justice Chase T. Rogers has provoked some tough questioning
Many Connecticut lawyers were saddened Monday to learn of the death of U.S. District Judge Mark R. Kravitz, who lost his battle with ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease, at age 62
...like the statute of limitations. In representing the state in court, attorney Timothy Fisher, of McCarter & English, explained that the doctrine of nullum...
...appear in court and perform judicial duties. Bar Foundation President Timothy Fisher and William Prout, chair of the foundation's planning committee, are...
...How do you describe the thrust of the foundation? Timothy Fisher: Our mission is to further the role of law in...
When it comes to reaching low-income residents, Connecticut legal aid groups realized: "Pamphlets are old school and web access is new school." Now, "new school" has officially begun, with a brand-ne
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