CAPABA is excited to offer up to two (2) stipends of $1,000 each for first-time attendees to the NAPABA Convention! Interested applicants should also have been in practice for five (5) years or less and have sought funding to attend the Convention from other sources, such as an employer. Applications will be reviewed by the CAPABA Board, and the stipend(s) will be awarded at the Board’s discretion. The stipend will be paid via check disbursed after the Convention has concluded and attendance at the Convention is confirmed. Interested applicants should submit a resume and brief statement of interest that includes: (i) interest in attending the Convention; (ii) description of past and/or expected contribution to CAPABA; (iii) statement of first time attendance to the Convention; and (iv) the applicant’s statement that funding to attend the Convention was sought from other sources but such request was declined. Please submit applications to email@example.com by Monday, Aug. 20, 5PM EST.
CAPABA wishes success to Immediate Past President, Susan Kirkeby, as she transitions to Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company!
Congratulations to President-elect, Prerna Rao, and Board Member, Daniel Jo, on forming Rao & Jo, LLC! Be on the look out for Rao & Jo’s open house in the near future!
CAPABA congratulates Andrea Barton Reeves on her election as the 20th President, the second woman and first African American president, of the Connecticut Bar Foundation!
CAPABA congratulates Sudha Setty on her appointment as the next Dean of Western New England University School of Law!
CAPABA is excited to announce that Hon. Theodore Chuang, USDC for the District of Maryland, will be the lunch plenary speaker during the NAPABA Northeast Regional Conference, hosted by CAPABA, at Mohegan Sun, June 8-10, 2018! Check out the other Featured Events, and remember to Register for and/or Sponsor the Conference!
CAPABA is excited to announce that Sandra Leung, Executive Vice President & General Counsel, Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., will be the keynote speaker at CAPABA’s 18th Annual Dinner during the NAPABA Northeast Regional Conference, hosted by CAPABA, at Mohegan Sun, June 8-10, 2018! Check out the other Featured Events, and remember to Register for and/or Sponsor the Conference!
Jay Hirabayashi, Holly Yasui, and Karen Korematsu, the children of Gordon K. Hirabayashi, Minoru Yasui, and Fred T. Korematsu, who were among the 120,000 Japanese Americans forcibly removed from their homes and interned during World II, and StopRepeatingHistory.org invite you to support their Call To Action to reject the shameful legacy of Japanese American incarceration and call upon the U.S. Supreme Court to fulfill its role as defender of the Constitution.
To learn more and to sign on to the Call to Action, click here.