Retired Superior Court Judge Honored by way of CT Bar Association Retired Connecticut Superior Court Judge Lynda B. Munro of Pullman & Comley has been decided on as the 2019 recipient of the the Connecticut Bar Association’s Ladder Award, to be supplied on the company’s annual Pathways to Leadership for Women Lawyers event March 28. Before her retirement from the bench in 2014, Munro created a mentoring software for judges focused on women’s issues and biases in opposition to both women litigants and lawyers inside the court putting. She additionally works to help women alumnae and girl college students at her alma mater, Connecticut College, and affords steerage to female law students at the Quinnipiac University School of Law, in which she is an adjunct law professor and a senior prominent fellow of the Center on Dispute Resolution. Munro is a member of Pullman & Comley’s alternative dispute resolution and own family law practices. She is an active member of the Connecticut Bar, chairing the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section. She is likewise a member of the Family Law Section and the Committee at the Resolution of Legal Fee Disputes software. “It was clean that all through the diverse levels of Judge Munro’s accomplished profession, she has always ‘left the ladder down’ for women inside the prison profession,” the CBA Young Lawyers Section Women within the Law Committee stated in a launch. “It is an honor to rejoice Judge Munro’s contributions to the profession.
” The Ladder Award turned into created by means of the YLS Women inside the Law Committee in 2007 and is aimed toward spotting the efforts of women in the prison career who have identified the significance of mentoring and supporting greater junior lawyers of their very own trips to fulfillment. Munro will join a outstanding organization that consists of Deirdre M. Daly, Justice Maria A. Kahn, Tanya A. Bovée, Diane W. Whitney, Nada K. Sizemore, Maureen Danehy Cox, Hon. Anne C. Dranginis, Rosemary Giuliano, Kathleen Brandt, Margaret Deluca, and Elizabeth J. Stewart. The award will be provided at St. Clements Castle in Portland, featuring a keynote deal with through Judge Elizabeth A. Bozzuto.