The Grass is Greener....or is it?


Wednesday, September 13, 2017 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm



Have you ever heard the following? “Attorneys in private practice make more money.” “Public Service attorneys work shorter hours and have positions that come with big pensions and benefits.” “In-house lawyers have easier jobs because they don’t have to deal with the pressures of maintaining a private practice.” “Attorneys who work for non-profit have low stress, feel good jobs.” Join us for a discussion of different types of practices and assumptions that we make about the various types of legal lifestyles: public service, in-house counsel, private practice, and working for a non-profit organization.

Space is limited, first come, first served.


Kati Carling, Connecticut Bar Foundation


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