- About Us
- Legal Services Grants
- Fellows Programs
- Giving to the Foundation
62 Years of Service to the Bench, Bar and Citizens of Connecticut
Since 1952, the Connecticut Bar Foundation has worked in partnership with judges, attorneys, and law schools to promote understanding and improvement of the law, legal institutions, and the legal profession. An integral part of the state’s legal community, the Foundation administers programs that benefit legal services agencies to provide access to justice for all people in Connecticut.
Roraback Circle member donations provide an extra level of support crucial for the Foundation to continue its programs at a high level. The Circle is named in honor of the late Catherine Roraback because her entire career exemplified what it means for an attorney to uphold the Rule of Law and the administration of justice.
Interest on Lawyers’ Trust Accounts (IOLTA) / Interest on Trust Accounts (IOTA) Grants
The Foundation awards grants to nonprofit corporations whose principal purpose is providing legal services to the poor in Connecticut.
The James W. Cooper Fellows Program
The Fellows support activities and programs that further the rule of law and assist in efforts to improve the administration of justice in Connecticut.
Judge Mark R. Kravitz Symposium Series on the Administration of Justice
The Connecticut Bar Foundation has established a new symposium series that recognizes the leadership of Judge Mark R. Kravitz in the field of the administration of justice. Funds are being raised to establish a Board-designated endowment to cover the cost of these symposia in the future. To donate to the fund click here.
The Connecticut Bar Foundation is grateful to the many individuals and organizations whose generous support and contributions make the Foundation’s programs possible.
The Foundation invites you to join our efforts to provide access to justice for all people in Connecticut by donating now. To learn more, email ctbf [at] cbf-1 [dot] org.
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