are honored to present
Conservatorship in Connecticut:
Where we’ve been, where we are, where do we go next
A Series of Conversations
It’s not often that “conservatorship” is a trending topic on Twitter or the plot line of a new movie. However, that is where we find ourselves – Twitter is abuzz with users weighing in on conservatorships, and viewers can now find the “Framing Britney Spears” documentary on FX/Hulu, or “I Care A Lot” on Netflix.
Capitalizing on the timeliness of this topic, the Connecticut Bar Foundation and the James W. Cooper Fellows invite you to join us for the new series, "Conservatorship in Connecticut: Where we've been, where we are, where do we go next." The series, created in collaboration with the Office of the Probate Court Administrator and the Connecticut Legal Rights Project, Inc., will include bimonthly discussions addressing the concept of conservatorship, the evolution of relevant statutes over time, and the potential for further reform, all while incorporating the perspectives and lived experiences of various stakeholders, including those subject to conservatorships and their loved ones.
Exploring Conservatorship in Connecticut
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2021, 11:00 AM TO 1:00 PM
The inaugural event in this series will discuss the concept of conservatorship as it exists in the state of Connecticut. Our speakers will begin to explore how conservatorships came to be, and both their positive and negative ramifications.
Register online via Zoom below; you will receive a confirmation email containing the link for the event upon registration. CBF is pleased to offer both ASL interpretation and enhanced closed captioning for this event. The link to access the closed captioning will be included in the confirmation email, and will also be posted in the chat during the webinar. If there are other accommodations that you require, please contact CBF directly at email@example.com.
Please submit anonymous questions for the panelists here. There is no cost to attend this virtual event, but attendees are asked to consider making a charitable contribution to The David Pels Homelessness Prevention Fund here.
Attorneys admitted in Connecticut may claim up to 2.0 CT CLE hours for attending this event.
Chief Counsel (Ret.)
Office of the Probate Court Administrator
Professor of Law
University of Pennsylvania
Carey School of Law
Connecticut Legal Rights Project, Inc.