The Connecticut Post has reported that CAPABA member William Tong may be a possible candidate for the office of Attorney General for the State
Posting Title: Career Consultant (UCP 6)
The University of Connecticut seeks applications for the position of Career Consultant (UCP 6) for the UConn School of Law, one of the leading public law schools in the country. Founded
CAPABA is proud to announce the election of our President-elect, Prerna Rao, to the Newtown Zoning Board of Appeals!
Prerna is the principal of Rao Legal, LLC, and her practice includes land use, zoning, litigation, commercial & residential real
CAPABA congratulates our Secretary, Dan Brody, on his election to the Board of Directors of The Children’s Law Center! The mission of The Children’s Law Center is to protect low income children in family court cases and to advocate for systemic
CAPABA was proud to support the nomination of longtime CAPABA member, Parkin Lee, for NAPABA’s highest honor, the Daniel K. Inouye Trailblazer Award. We are thrilled to report that NAPABA has selected Parkin to be one of its five recipients!
On Sunday, August 27th, CAPABA and SABAC partnered together to host a summer end luau. It was a smashing success! Members and their friends and families got together at the beautiful March Farm in Bethlehem, CT for an afternoon of outdoor fun.
CAPABA is pleased to announce that Board member, the Honorable Judge Hunchu Kwak, has been selected as this year’s Impact Award recipient and that longtime CAPABA supporter, the law firm of Finn Dixon & Herling LLP, has been selected as this
On May 2, 2017, CAPABA member, the Honorable Judge Nina Elgo, was nominated by Governor Malloy to serve on the Appellate Court. Judge Elgo was the first Asian Pacific American judge in the state of Connecticut and is now the first Asian Pacific American
CAPABA Board Member, Calvin Woo, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Bar Foundation, a non-profit organization that works to ensure equal access to legal services for all, regardless of power or resources. Calvin is a
CAPABA joined NAPABA’s amicus briefs, which were filed in opposition to the President’s appeal to the Ninth Circuit of the temporary restraining order granted in Hawaii, et al. v. Trump, et al., No. 17-00050 (D. Haw. Mar. 15, 2017) and