CATIC and CATIC Foundation Provide Financial Support to the Connecticut Community Law Center

February 8, 2018

CATIC and CATIC Foundation announced a pledge of $45,000 in support of the Connecticut Community Law Center, an initiative of the University of Connecticut School of Law and the Hartford County Bar Association.

The Law Center is a postgraduate program for recently admitted lawyers and provides office space and support to these lawyers as they establish their law practices. The subsidized working environment and professional mentoring allow these solo practitioners to provide legal services at a modest cost to low-income and moderate-income clients.

“We are grateful for this generous donation from CATIC and CATIC Foundation, which will allow us to help these clients who do not qualify for free legal services, but often do not have the financial resources to pay standard legal fees,” said Timothy Fisher, Dean of the Law School.

James Czapiga, president and CEO of CATIC, added, “The $45,000 donation is supported in large part by those CATIC members who, in redeeming their stock upon CATIC Financial’s recent corporate reorganization, decided to donate their redemption proceeds to CATIC Foundation. We wanted to do something with those donations that would benefit the Connecticut legal community and the Law Center does great work.”

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