Forty-six states have adopted Mandatory (or Minimum) Continuing Legal Education Rules (MCLE) for their respective bars. Connecticut, however, remains in that exceedingly small minority that somehow continues to believe that its abstinence is the right way to go, and all those other states just got it wrong. Worse yet, the recently appointed Superior Court Rules Committee Task Force to Study Minimum Continuing Legal Education has decided to keep this state anchored among the few who believe you can have a learned profession without learning.
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