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Connecticut Committee on Judicial Ethics
Informal Opinion Summaries

2008-03 (September 10, 2008)
Recommendations; Court Employees; Canon 3B
& C.G.S. § 51-39a 

Issue: May a Judicial Official complete a letter of reference form for a former legal research/law clerk applying for a position with the Attorney General’s Office?  

Response:  Based upon the facts presented, the Committee unanimously agreed that the Judicial Official could complete a letter of reference form for a former legal research/law clerk applying for a position with the Attorney General’s Office provided that the Judicial Official has personal knowledge of the person recommended and the person recommended is not a relative of the Judicial Official within the meaning of Canon 3B or C.G.S. § 51-39a.


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