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Ebriefs Transition and Development Committee
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Committee Charge: The charge of the committee, as directed by Chief Justice Robinson, is to transition the Appellate Division from its current procedure of requiring the filing of paper and electronic briefs to filing only electronic briefs. The overarching goal is to increase the functionality and readability of appellate briefs thereby improving appellate practice for both the bench and counsel of record in matters before the Supreme Court and Appellate Court.

Committee Members
  • Hon. Gregory T. D’Auria, co-chair, Supreme Court Justice
  • Hon. Ingrid L. Moll, co-chair, Appellate Court Judge
  • Attorney Jill Begemann, Counsel to the Chief Judge
  • Attorney Carl Cicchetti, Assistant Clerk-Appellate
  • Attorney Proloy Das, Connecticut Bar Association
  • P.J. Deak, Deputy Director, Court Operations Division
  • Joseph Gilgallon, Program Manager II, Appellate Information Technology Division
  • Attorney Emily Graner-Sexton, Connecticut Bar Association
  • Attorney Christopher Heller, Permanent Law Clerk to Chief Judge DiPentima
  • Attorney Paul Hartan, Chief Administrative Officer, Appellate Division
  • Attorney Daniel Krisch, Connecticut Bar Association
  • Attorney Jane Rosenberg, Solicitor General, Office of the Attorney General
  • Donald Turnbull, Director, Judicial Information Technology Division
  • Attorney Jonathan Weiner, Permanent Law Clerk to Chief Justice Robinson
  • Attorney Matthew Weiner, Assistant State’s Attorney
  • Attorney Lauren Weisfeld, Chief Legal Services, Division of the Public Defender
  • Attorney Jeffrey White, Connecticut Bar Association
  • Attorney Carolyn Ziogas, Chief Clerk, Supreme and Appellate Courts

Meeting Notice: The Ebriefs Transition and Development Committee will meet on January 8, 2019, at 2:30 p.m. in the Attorney Conference Room located at 231 Capitol Avenue in Hartford, CT. Wheelchair access is in the rear of the building, accessible from the staff parking lot between Lafayette and Oak streets. There are a limited number of handicap parking spots in the gated staff lot, which is accessible from Oak Street. Use the intercom at the gate to speak to security about the availability of parking. Once at the accessible door, use the intercom to request entry from security. If you would like to attend and need an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please email the Committee's support staff at on or before the day preceding the meeting date in question

Agendas and Minutes:

Date Agenda Minutes
January 8, 2019 Agenda Minutes