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The Middlesex County Bar Association, Inc. is a Connecticut, non-profit organization of attorney members who reside or work in Middlesex County, Connecticut.

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Our purposes are to advance the science of jurisprudence; to facilitate the administration of justice; to assist in the improvement of the judicial system of Connecticut and the nation; to uphold and improve the professional and educational standards of the legal profession; to assist in employing the abilities of the legal profession for the general good of the public; to encourage cordial relations among members of the Bar; and to cooperate with other bar associations of the state and nation in furtherance of our purposes.

Our members meet approximately ten times a year throughout Middlesex County for a variety of meeting formats. If you are admitted as an attorney in Connecticut, in good standing, and reside in or are employed in Middlesex County, we encourage you to join us.

Board of Directors

  • Helen B. Benet

    President

  • Kirk W. Lowry

    Vice President

  • Richard D. Carella

    President Elect

  • Hon. Robert L. Holzberg

    Past President

  • Sylvia K. Rutkowska

    Secretary

  • Meghann E. LaFountain

    Treasurer

  • Elise A. Cousineau

    Director

  • William R. Bowles

    Director

  • Jeremiah N. Ollennu

    Director

  • Robert T. Rimmer

    Director

  • Paige S. Quilliam

    Director

Mission

We are an association of lawyers committed to meaningfully serving our community and the public. The MCBA helps its member by providing various services to grow their professional careers and contacts while also assisting in the practice of law, and enhancing opportunities for public outreach.

Vision

It is our view to uphold the legal practice with honor and dignity so that people will think highly of our justice system. Our principles can never be sold and our service will never falter. By our efforts, the MCBA expects respect for the legal profession from the general public whom we serve.

If you are interested, consider contacting us.