1.          New Members!

Please join the Connecticut Insurance Law Journal in congratulating its newest members,
who will be joining us this Fall 2018!

2.          New 2018-2019 Editorial Board Elected!

Congratulations to the newly elected Connecticut Insurance Law Journal Editorial Board!

3.          2012-2013 Executive Board

We are pleased to announce that the Connecticut Insurance Law Journal has elected its 2012-2013 Editorial Board.

4.          2012 Inter-Journal Write-On Competition

The Connecticut Insurance Law Journal is encouraging all prospective participants in the 2012 Inter-Journal Write-On Competition to consider our journal. For more information on our publication, please review our informational pamphlet.

5.          Healthcare Symposium and New Members

The Connecticut Insurance Law Journal’s recent symposium on Healthcare Reform in the United States, co-sponsored with the Connecticut Law Review, was a great success.  Attendance was excellent on both days of the event, with an enthusiastic audience of academics, students, and practitioners joining us to discuss the legal implications and policy considerations surrounding healthcare reform.  From the perspective of the Connecticut Insurance Law Journal, healthcare reform is a pressing current issue, and has the potential to bring about massive changes to coverage and to the way insurance is purchased.  We would like to thank the staff of both journals for their role in coordinating this event, particularly our own Symposium Editor, Lesley Chuang, as well as all of our panelists, moderators, and everyone in attendance, for making this symposium thought-provoking and engaging event.

In other news, the Connecticut Insurance Law Journal would like to congratulate its new and returning members as they near completion of our upcoming Volume 18, Issue 1.  Our authors have contributed fantastic articles and we look forward to sharing them with you soon.

6.          2011-2012 Executive Board Chosen

We are pleased to announce that the Journal has elected its 2011-2012 Editorial Board. We would like to thank A.J. Allegro for his hard work as Editor-in-Chief over the past year. Bethany DiMarzio, as our new Editor-in-Chief, as well as the newly elected Editorial Board, will carry forward the standard of excellence put in place by the previous journal leadership. Please read our membership page for more information about the new executive staff. Over the next year we plan to publish two new issues, host a symposium, create a new website, and generally do everything we can promote academic understanding of the insurance industry.