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Pre-Trial Memo

 

INSTRUCTIONS: CONNECTICUT PRETRIAL MEMO (Form JD-ES-47)

 

 

Prior to a Connecticut trial in which damages are being claimed, each party or their attorney claiming damages must file a form JD-ES-47. This document can be obtained from the website of the Connecticut Judicial Branch.

 

Connecticut Pretrial Memo JD-ES-47 Step 1: In the first four blank boxes, enter the name of the plaintiff, the name of the first defendant, the name of this defendant's trial counsel and their phone number.

 

Connecticut Pretrial Memo JD-ES-47 Step 2: In the next five blank boxes, enter the name of the plaintiff's trial counsel, their phone number, the name of the second defendant, the name of their trial counsel and their phone number.

 

Connecticut Pretrial Memo JD-ES-47 Step 3: In the next five blank boxes, enter the name of the intervening trial counsel, their phone number, the name of the third defendant, the name of their trial counsel, and their phone number.

 

Connecticut Pretrial Memo JD-ES-47 Step 4: In the next four blank boxes, enter the return date, the date a certificate of closed pleadings was filed, the type of claim filed and the trial date.

 

Connecticut Pretrial Memo JD-ES-47 Step 5: In the next blank box, indicate with a check mark whether you have discussed alternative dispute resolution (A.D.R.) with your client.

 

Connecticut Pretrial Memo JD-ES-47 Step 6: In the next blank box, indicate with a check mark whether your client has any objection to a referral to non-binding alternative dispute resolution.

 

Connecticut Pretrial Memo JD-ES-47 Step 7: The next section concerns your claim. Enter the day and time of the accident, if applicable.

 

Connecticut Pretrial Memo JD-ES-47 Step 8: Write a description of the claim.

 

Connecticut Pretrial Memo JD-ES-47 Step 9: In the next blank box, write the intervenor's claim.

 

Connecticut Pretrial Memo JD-ES-47 Step 10: In the next blank box, write the nature of the damages or demand.

 

Connecticut Pretrial Memo JD-ES-47 Step 11: The remainder of the first page is an optional section to document medical expenses related to an accident or injury, if applicable.

 

Connecticut Pretrial Memo JD-ES-47 Step 12: At the top of the second page, indicate with a check mark whether discovery is complete, and enter the name of the preparer, their telephone number and the name of the party being represented. The remainder of the form will be completed by a judge or judge trial referee.

 

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Appearance of Law Student Intern

Appearance of Law Student Intern

INSTRUCTIONS: CONNECTICUT APPEARANCE OF LAW SCHOOL INTERN (Form JD-ES-96)

 

 

To apply to allow a law school intern to appear in Connecticut court on behalf of a client, a form JD-ES-96 should be submitted. This document can be obtained from the website maintained by the Connecticut Judicial Branch.

 

Connecticut Appearance Of Law School Intern JD-ES-96 Step 1: Enter the judicial district name or geographical area number in the first blank box.

 

Connecticut Appearance Of Law School Intern JD-ES-96 Step 2: Enter the street address, town and zip code of the court in the second blank box.

 

Connecticut Appearance Of Law School Intern JD-ES-96 Step 3: Enter the docket number in the third blank box.

 

Connecticut Appearance Of Law School Intern JD-ES-96 Step 4: Enter the name of the law school intern applicant in the fourth blank box.

 

Connecticut Appearance Of Law School Intern JD-ES-96 Step 5: Enter the name of the case in the fifth blank box.

 

Connecticut Appearance Of Law School Intern JD-ES-96 Step 6: Enter the name and address of the law school in the sixth blank box.

 

Connecticut Appearance Of Law School Intern JD-ES-96 Step 7: Enter the class of the law school intern in the seventh blank box.

 

Connecticut Appearance Of Law School Intern JD-ES-96 Step 8: Enter the name and address of the supervising attorney in the eighth blank box.

 

Connecticut Appearance Of Law School Intern JD-ES-96 Step 9: In the next section, the intern should sign the first blank box.

 

Connecticut Appearance Of Law School Intern JD-ES-96 Step 10: In the second blank box, enter the date.

 

Connecticut Appearance Of Law School Intern JD-ES-96 Step 11: The next section concerns the consent of the party to be represented. They should enter their signature in the first blank box and the date in the second blank box.

 

Connecticut Appearance Of Law School Intern JD-ES-96 Step 12: The next section concerns the supervising attorney. Place an "x" in the first box if you have been admitted to the Connecticut State Bar for at least three years.

 

Connecticut Appearance Of Law School Intern JD-ES-96 Step 13: Place an "x" in the second box if you are employed by an attorney of at least 5 years' standing. Place an "x" in the third blank box if you are employed by an accredited Connecticut law school. Sign and date the form.

 

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