Chief Justice Chase Rogers (Ret.) (right) administers the swearing in oath for
Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont (left).
On January 9, Governor Ned Lamont was sworn in as the 89th governor of Connecticut by Day Pitney partner Chase Rogers, former Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme. Rogers served on the transition team for Lamont along with partner Stan Twardy.
In addition, former Day Pitney partner Shawn Wooden was sworn in as Connecticut's 83rd State Treasurer. As Treasurer, Wooden will oversee $63 billion in state funds and investments, including $34 billion in state pension funds, and will sit on numerous boards including the State Bond Commission, the Connecticut Health & Educational Facilities Authority, the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority and the Connecticut Green Bank.
| Connecticut State Treasurer Shawn T. Wooden (left) is sworn in by
Connecticut Supreme Court Chief Justice Richard A. Robinson (right).