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New Haven County Bar Association Oral History Project

We are pleased to announce the start of the New Haven County Bar Association Oral History Project. This project will record stories from the longest serving members of the bar, focusing on their interactions with the bar association, their colleagues, judges, and the changes that they have observed in the customs and practices of the legal profession. 152 more words

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White Fear & the Hate Next Door

Recently a Facebook Group was brought to my attention by a friend. Before I could read the title, I was struck by the images of my face photoshopped. 1,343 more words



Authored by Mark J. Moretti and Chad Flansburg of Phillips Lytle LLP

While legal professionals are well familiar with the aphorism, “less is more,” with the publication of Robert L. 493 more words

The beginning and ending of careers...

I really expected that with two of my three children (Brian in Jupiter, Florida and Claire in Boston) now living out of town and working, and one both working and finishing school (Aidan in Rochester) that the phone would ring less. 1,140 more words

Hal-LAW-een by Ben Freeland

In my family, Halloween wasn’t just a night for the kids to go out and gather candy from the neighbors. It was also a night for my parents to gallivant around to costume parties of their own. 878 more words

We listened and we tried...

Since the very beginning of my time at the MCBA, I have heard about the “glory days” of the Bar when members would meet up at the Powers Grill. 581 more words

White Plains Bar Association Sponsors Ethics Luncheon

Since 2013, Andrew Barovick has practiced law as a partner in the firm of Alegria & Barovick LLP, which maintains offices in White Plains, New York, and New York City. 171 more words

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