New Attorney Swearing-In Ceremony, Nov. 3, 2014
The Connecticut Supreme Court on Monday, Nov. 3, swore in nearly 180 new attorneys during two ceremonies held at the Museum of Connecticut History. Justice Richard A. Robinson made remarks to both groups, along with Attorney Mark A. Dubois, president of the Connecticut Bar Association. See Ceremony Program - PDF

  • Candidates for admission to the bar await the beginning of the morning ceremony.
  • The Honorable Anne C. Dranginis, retired Appellate Court judge, making a motion to admit the successful candidates to the bar.
  • Justice Peter T. Zarella administers the oath of attorney to the successful candidates.
  • A group of new attorneys take their oath.
  • Chief Justice Chase T. Rogers prepares to congratulate the new attorneys at the morning ceremony.
  • The new attorneys line up to introduce themselves.
  • Attorney Mark A. Dubois, president of the Connecticut Bar Association, addresses the new attorneys.
  • Chief Justice Chase T. Rogers concludes the morning ceremony. Justice Peter T. Zarella is to her right;<br>Justice Dennis G. Eveleigh, to her left.
  • Justice Richard N. Palmer presides over the afternoon swearing in ceremony.
  • Justice Richard A. Robinson addresses the candidates just before their swearing in.
  • Paul S. Hartan, acting chief clerk of the appellate system, administers the oath of Commissioner of Superior Court.
  • Justice Richard A. Robinson (L) and Justice Andrew J. McDonald.
  • Justices at the afternoon ceremony were, left to right:  Justice Richard A. Robinson, Justice Andrew J. McDonald, Justice Peter T. Zarella, Justice Richard N. Palmer, Justice Dennis G. Eveleigh and Justice Carmen E. Espinosa.

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