Connecticut’s only weekly newspaper devoted to covering the legal community. Owned by ALM.
Primary geographic focus: Connecticut
Organization type(s): Media
The Connecticut Law Tribune is Connecticut’s only weekly newspaper devoted to covering the legal community, giving you the latest developments in Connecticut’s courts, law firms and legislature.
The Connecticut Opinions section is a weekly supplement suitable for storage, covers the Superior Court, federal courts and state administrative agency decisions with headnotes and indexes, as well as verdicts and settlements. Frequent special focus supplements highlight specific areas of law including labor & employment, health law, intellectual property law and more. Even as the current crop of publications is being written, edited and improved by our expert editorial staff and in-house attorneys, new publishing opportunities are being researched and launched.
Owned by ALM.
CONTENT FROM THIS SOURCEEditorial Connecticut Law Tribune
March 2, 2018
Within the swirl of political activity of 2017 lay yet another attack on the Legal Services Corp., the federal agency that serves as the single largest funder of civil legal aid for low-income Americans.
News Story Michael Marciano
Connecticut Law Tribune
March 24, 2017
Members of Connecticut's legal aid community are taking the proposal seriously.
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