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Chase T. Rogers

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Overview

Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court Chase Rogers (Ret.), chair of the firm's Appellate Practice group, brings her vast knowledge and experience as a litigator, trial judge and Chief Justice to assist litigation clients in multiple areas of law. Clients benefit from her 20 years of experience presiding over bench and jury trials, and hearing, mediating and ruling on complex commercial disputes. She has also been a panel member on over 1000 appellate cases and the author of hundreds of decisions for the Connecticut Supreme Court. In addition, she has extensive experience in conducting investigations, including employment matters, discrimination, sexual assault and sexual harassment claims, police use of force, breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty matters. She also has served as an expert witness regarding Connecticut law.

Chief Justice Rogers' career in the judiciary has spanned over two decades, starting when she was sworn in as a Connecticut Superior Court judge in January 1998. Her assignments included serving as a judge on the Complex Litigation Docket for four years in Stamford. In March 2006, Chief Justice Rogers was sworn in as an Appellate Court judge and a little over a year later, she was sworn in as Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court. Among her many accomplishments, she is credited with restructuring the civil justice system to reduce costs and embedding a culture of openness and transparency in the judicial branch.

Chase currently serves on the State Justice Institute's (SJI) Board of Directors, which she was appointed to by President Barack Obama in December 2010. She is also the chairperson of the national Civil Justice Implementation Steering Committee. She also currently serves on the board of the Center for Human Trafficking Court Solutions (CHTCS), and has provided consulting services to the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS). In addition, she is an adjunct professor, teaching Connecticut civil procedure, at the University of Connecticut School of Law.

In 2012, Chase was appointed to the Federal-State Jurisdiction Committee of the Judicial Conference of the United States by U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, where she served until January 2018. She also served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Conference of Chief Justices until January 2018.

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Education and Credentials

Education
University of Hartford, Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree, 2011
Quinnipiac University School of Law, Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree, 2010
Boston University School of Law, J.D.
Stanford University, B.A.
Admissions
State of Connecticut
U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Affiliations
American Bar Association
Connecticut State Bar Association
Connecticut Judicial Branch, Jury Selection Task Force, Co-Chair
State Justice Institute, Board of Directors, 2016-present
Judicial Conference of the United States, Federal-State Jurisdiction Committee, 2012-2018
Connecticut Bar Foundation, Ex Officio Director, 2008-2018
Jury Selection Task Force, Co-Chair, 2020

Recognition and Community

Recognition

Chosen for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America (Woodward/White, Inc.), Appellate Practice, 2023, Commercial Litigation, 2023

Recipient of the Henry J. Naruk Judiciary Award for Integrity from the Connecticut Bar Association, 2018

Recipient of the John M. Bailey Award for Public Service from the Hartford Country Bar Association, 2018

Recipient of Bice Clemow Award from the Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information, 2018

Recognized as the "Best Officiator" by the Connecticut Law Tribune , 2018

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Community

Connecticut Governor-Elect Ned Lamont, Transition Team, Steering Committee

New York University School of Law, New Appellate Judges Seminar Administration, Faculty, July 2018