Form JD-GC-26 "Attorney Permanent Retirement - Written Notice" - Connecticut

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Download Form JD-GC-26 "Attorney Permanent Retirement - Written Notice" - Connecticut

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STATE OF CONNECTICUT
ATTORNEY PERMANENT RETIREMENT
ADA NOTICE
SUPERIOR COURT
The
Judicial
Branch
of
the
State
of
WRITTEN NOTICE
Connecticut complies with the Americans
JD-GC-26 Rev. 10-17
JUDICIAL BRANCH
with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need a
C.G.S. §51-81b(g);
reasonable accommodation in accordance
P.B. §§ 2-27A, 2-55A
with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an ADA
contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
Instructions
1. File this form if you want to permanently retire from the practice
4. The Statewide Bar Counsel will notify you of the decision on your
of law. This retirement cannot be revoked for any reason.
request and the effective date of your retirement if the request is
2. Do not file this form if you are the subject of any pending
granted.
disciplinary investigation.
3. File the original form with the Statewide Bar Counsel, 287 Main
Street, 2nd Floor, Suite 2, East Hartford, Connecticut
06118-1885. Keep a copy for your records.
To: Statewide Bar Counsel
Name of Attorney (First, middle, last, suffix)
Connecticut Juris number
Address of Attorney (Number, street, apartment number, city, state and zip code)
Pursuant to Section 2-55A of the Practice Book, I hereby request to permanently retire from
the practice of law in the State of Connecticut. I understand that upon my retirement, I will be
exempt from paying the Client Security Fund fee set forth in Section 2-70(a) of the Practice Book,
from complying with the Minimum Continuing Legal Education requirements set for in Section
2-27A of the Practice Book and from complying with the registration requirements set forth in
Sections 2-26 and 2-27(d) of the Practice Book. I further understand that my retirement does not
bar the initiation, investigation and pursuit of disciplinary complaints filed on or after the date of
my retirement. I understand that upon the effective date of my retirement, I cannot revoke my
retirement and will no longer be eligible to practice law as an attorney in the state of
Connecticut. The only way I would be eligible to practice law again in this state, would be to
apply for admission to the bar pursuant to Sections 2-8 or 2-13 of the Practice Book.
STOP! By signing below and filing this form, you are requesting to
retire permanently from the practice of law in the state of Connecticut.
This retirement cannot be revoked for any reason.
Name of person signing at left
Date signed
Signed (Attorney named above)
u
Approved
Effective date:
Denied (disciplinary investigation pending)
Statewide/Assistant Bar Counsel
Date signed
Print Form
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STATE OF CONNECTICUT
ATTORNEY PERMANENT RETIREMENT
ADA NOTICE
SUPERIOR COURT
The
Judicial
Branch
of
the
State
of
WRITTEN NOTICE
Connecticut complies with the Americans
JD-GC-26 Rev. 10-17
JUDICIAL BRANCH
with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need a
C.G.S. §51-81b(g);
reasonable accommodation in accordance
P.B. §§ 2-27A, 2-55A
with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an ADA
contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
Instructions
1. File this form if you want to permanently retire from the practice
4. The Statewide Bar Counsel will notify you of the decision on your
of law. This retirement cannot be revoked for any reason.
request and the effective date of your retirement if the request is
2. Do not file this form if you are the subject of any pending
granted.
disciplinary investigation.
3. File the original form with the Statewide Bar Counsel, 287 Main
Street, 2nd Floor, Suite 2, East Hartford, Connecticut
06118-1885. Keep a copy for your records.
To: Statewide Bar Counsel
Name of Attorney (First, middle, last, suffix)
Connecticut Juris number
Address of Attorney (Number, street, apartment number, city, state and zip code)
Pursuant to Section 2-55A of the Practice Book, I hereby request to permanently retire from
the practice of law in the State of Connecticut. I understand that upon my retirement, I will be
exempt from paying the Client Security Fund fee set forth in Section 2-70(a) of the Practice Book,
from complying with the Minimum Continuing Legal Education requirements set for in Section
2-27A of the Practice Book and from complying with the registration requirements set forth in
Sections 2-26 and 2-27(d) of the Practice Book. I further understand that my retirement does not
bar the initiation, investigation and pursuit of disciplinary complaints filed on or after the date of
my retirement. I understand that upon the effective date of my retirement, I cannot revoke my
retirement and will no longer be eligible to practice law as an attorney in the state of
Connecticut. The only way I would be eligible to practice law again in this state, would be to
apply for admission to the bar pursuant to Sections 2-8 or 2-13 of the Practice Book.
STOP! By signing below and filing this form, you are requesting to
retire permanently from the practice of law in the state of Connecticut.
This retirement cannot be revoked for any reason.
Name of person signing at left
Date signed
Signed (Attorney named above)
u
Approved
Effective date:
Denied (disciplinary investigation pending)
Statewide/Assistant Bar Counsel
Date signed
Print Form
Reset Form