As William Clendenen Jr. gets ready to lead the Connecticut Bar Association as its new president, his goals include increasing membership, providing more leadership opportunities to young and diverse lawyers, and helping the poor get needed legal assistance. Clendenen, founder and principal of Clendenen & Shea in New Haven, officially takes over the reins on July 1.
“I want to continue to improve the association’s operations,” Clendenen said. “Our finances are strong and membership is growing.”
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