Register Now for the
Connecticut Legal Conference
Monday June 12
8:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Connecticut Convention Center
100 Columbus Blvd


States' Rights: Marijuana Laws
under  the New Administration

About the Program

What does the new administration mean for medical marijuana in Connecticut? Candidate Trump indicated that, if elected, his administration would likely not interfere with state-run medical marijuana programs. President Trump has telegraphed a similar position, but has provided no definitive pronouncement or taken action on these issues to date.

You Will Learn

  • About the current landscape of the federal regulation of medical marijuana
  • About the likely legal impact of regulatory change for Connecticut producers, providers, patients, and their third-party business partners
  • An overview of his rapidly evolving legal arena
CLE Credit
1.5 Hours 
April Arrasate
April & Associates
Steph Sherer
Executive Director
Americans for Safe Access
Critical Updates in Immigration Law
About the Program

Recent changes in immigration law and enforcement have splashed across the media in recent weeks. But what do you need to know to serve your clients? This seminar will get you up to speed in this active area of law.

You Will Learn
  • How new immigration policies affect foreign individuals and businesses who employ them
  • Highlights of Connecticut and federal immigration legislative developments
  • Immigration enforcement and the rights of documented and undocumented individuals
  • Recent regulatory and procedural changes affecting the hiring of foreign workers
CLE Credit

1.5 Hours (AOP)

  Renee C. Redman
Law Office of Renee C. Redman LLC
New Haven
Andrew L. Wizner
Leete Kosto & Wizner LLP
Over the Horizon in Animal Law:
Legislative and Case Law Updates
About the Program

Animal Law is an emerging field that encompasses a variety of legal disciplines. The program will provide a comprehensive overview of the recent developments of animal law in Connecticut and at the national level. Also, get an update on evolving trends in legislation, litigation, and academia in the area of animal law.

You Will Learn
  • Case law updates regarding animals in the law including trends and new protections
  • Legislation that has passed recently and what it means for animals and their people

CLE Credit

1.5 Hours (AOP)


  Colette Griffin
Howd & Ludorf LLC
Debora M. Bresch
ASPCA Government Relations
  Jessica Rubin
Assistant Clinical Professor of Law
UCONN School of Law


Full Day
Includes the CBA Annual Luncheon and Meeting, conference breaks, and the President's reception.

Member $279
Student Member $129
Non-Member $479

Half-day options available. Visit for more.

Plus, admission to four CLE education seminars, along with the course materials for all seminars. Full-day registrants will receive post-conference access to multiple On-Demand CLC seminars, that will allow you to earn your required 2017 MCLE credits through this event alone!

The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE .

** CLE materials for this seminar will be e-mailed to registrants prior to the Conference for download. Please note that refunds will not be granted once course materials have been sent.

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