The Connecticut Bar Foundation and the Connecticut Bar Association are jointly sponsoring a Symposium to further discuss and explore all of the issues surrounding Limited Scope Representation (LSR) and unbundling and how these practices can impact the delivery of traditional legal services.
Current studies suggest a large percentage of potential clients are not able to afford the retainer and/or fees typically charged by lawyers for full representation. LSR or Unbundled Legal Services can make legal representation more affordable to many individuals who might otherwise represent themselves. Further, LSR can create an expanded revenue stream for attorneys who provide limited scope representation or unbundled legal services for individuals of modest means.
Hon. Maria A. Kahn, Connecticut Supreme Court, Hartford
Hon. William H. Bright, Jr., Connecticut Appellate Court, Hartford
Hon. Elizabeth A. Bozzuto, Chief Administrative Judge, Family Matters, Hartford
Hon. James W. Abrams, Chief Administrative Judge, Civil Matters, Hartford
Hon. Ingrid L. Moll, Complex Litigation Docket, Hartford Judicial District, Hartford
Hon. Mark H. Taylor, Presiding Judge, Civil Matters, Waterbury Judicial District
Hon. Leslie I. Olear, Presiding Judge, Family Matters, Hartford Judicial District
Campbell D. Barrett, Pullman & Comley, Hartford
Andrea Barton Reeves, President, Connecticut Bar Foundation, Hartford
Stephen J. Conover, Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey, Stamford
Timothy S. Fisher, UCONN School of Law, Hartford
Karen DeMeola, President, CBA; UCONN School of Law, Hartford
Jeff S. Gentes, CT Fair Housing Center, Hartford
Jocelyn B. Hurwitz, Cohen & Wolf, Bridgeport
Chris R. Nelson, Nelson|Votto, New Haven
Frederic S. Ury, Ury & Moskow, Fairfield
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