by the Connecticut Judicial Branch law librarians:
Publications from the
Connecticut Judicial Branch:
Civil Jury Instructions -
Publication from Cornell’s
Legal Information Institute:
Reports - Office of Legislative Research:
Criminal Conduct in Grievance Committee Complaints
You asked about the process by which the Statewide
Grievance Committee (SGC) reviews complaints alleging criminal misconduct.
describes the role of the SGC and attorney discipline
in the state.
You asked for a brief summary of the statutes and rules that can result
in the suspension or disbarment of an attorney in Connecticut. You also
asked whether as part of this disciplinary process, the grievance committee
can appoint a trustee to take over the disciplined, suspended, or disbarred
attorney's practice. Finally, you asked whether the grievance committee has
this authority separate from the disciplinary process.
Information from the
Connecticut Bar Association:
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legal ethics books held by the Judicial Branch Law Libraries, you can search our
catalog. Enter "legal ethics" in the subject field after clicking
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This search displays information about firms and about attorneys who are
active or who are currently suspended, administratively suspended (for
failure to pay the Client Security Fund fee), disbarred, inactive, inactive
due to disability (pursuant to Practice Book § 2-56 et seq.), retired,
resigned and deceased.
Statewide Grievance Committee
Grievance Committee (SGC) is a body of twenty-one individuals,
comprised of fourteen attorneys and seven non-attorneys,
appointed by the judges of the Superior Court to review,
investigate and adjudicate attorney ethics matters.
Connecticut Bar Examining Committee
Connecticut Judicial Branch Court Forms
Connecticut Judicial Ethics Page