If you are spending your summer in a law office in Connecticut you should know that the Connecticut Judicial Branch has posted a number of pathfinders (aka legal research guides) about Connecticut law. If you are planning on practicing in Connecticut you need to be familiar with this resource. The law librarians at the Judicial Branch maintain a subject organized comprehensive page of Pathfinders on Connecticut law. These run the gamut of topics from Assumed Names to Wedding Presents. If you are in a Family Law practice you should take a look at the Connecticut Family Law Notebooks - just scroll down to the bottom of the Pathfinder page to download the PDF files.
Still wondering about the best subject-specific Connecticut treatise to use? Check out this amazing Connecticut Treatise Index. This is a comprehensive list of virtually every treatise available on Connecticut law. Once again, this is a service of the Connecticut Judicial Branch.
Don't forget that our law librarians here at the UConn Law Library are familiar with these resources. If you have a question, just come in and ask us. In the alternative, consider using the live chat feature during Reference Desk hours, calling us at the Reference Desk at 860-570-5068, or emailing us at email@example.com.