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Liam Brennan, executive director of the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center.

As COVID-19 patients begin to fill the beds of hospitals, Connecticut’s courts—like most professions in the state—have gone silent. But a legal storm is brewing in the distance that has the potential to devastate the legal aid community and the low-income clients they serve. The impending disaster threatens funding for legal aid just as cases are poised to spike. As the private bar mobilizes to lend a hand during this medical emergency, there are steps private attorneys can take now to avoid legal calamity for Connecticut’s most vulnerable citizens.

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