Connecticut lawyers must be fairly confident their advertisements are in compliance with Practice Book rules.

Only nine requests for advisory opinions have been filed with state officials so far by lawyers or law firms seeking to confirm that their ads are ethical. Among many stipulations, lawyers can’t claim to be specialists if they are not certified as such. And their ads must list as a contact a lawyer who is licensed to practice in Connecticut.

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