A Connecticut Superior Court committee has voted down a proposal to require new lawyers to participate in one day of career training before launching their careers. The issue of requiring ongoing legal training for Connecticut's practicing lawyers has met with resistance by those who object to the time and expense involved and who say there is a lack of empirical evidence of higher-quality lawyering in places where CLE is required.
Conn. Rules Committee Says No to 'Boot Camp' for New Lawyers
The Connecticut Law Tribune
April 2, 2013