Connecticut lawyers have become increasingly confident that their advertisements comply with ethics rules.

Law firms submit their ads on a voluntary basis to determine if they are in compliance with Practice Book guidelines. The number of requests for advisory opinions has been steadily decreasing. Since 2007, when the state adopted its latest advertising rules, 61 requests for advisory opinions have been filed with the Statewide Grievance Committee.

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