The Connecticut Supreme Court on Friday, June 8, 2018, swore in 42 new
attorneys during a ceremony at the Supreme Court. Chief Justice Richard A.
Robinson welcomed the group and their family and friends; Justice Steven D.
Ecker followed with remarks. Attorney Amir Shaikh, who is a member of the
Connecticut Bar Examining Committee, made a motion to admit the successful
candidates, and Justice Richard N. Palmer then administered the Oath of
Attorney. Supreme Chief Clerk Carolyn C. Ziogas next administered the Oath
of Commissioner of Superior Court. The event also included a welcome to the
new attorneys from Attorney Karen DeMeola, president of the Connecticut Bar
Remarks by Justice Ecker - PDF | Ceremony Program - PDF