2018-2019 CBA Officers


Jonathan M. Shapiro will be installed as the 95th president of the CBA. Attorney Shapiro is a partner at Shapiro Law Offices LLC in Middletown where he practices in corporate transactions, employment matters, and complex commercial and general litigation, as well as in arbitrations and mediations.

Ndidi N. Moses will be installed as president-elect. Attorney Moses is an assistant United States attorney. She is also the civil rights coordinator for the civil division at the United States Attorney’s Office in New Haven, where she coordinates and prosecutes the division’s civil rights cases.
Vice President

Amy Lin Meyerson will be installed as vice president. Attorney Meyerson is a sole practitioner of her firm The Law Office of Amy Lin Meyerson in Weston. She practices in the area of domestic corporate law, concentrating in formation and growth of emerging businesses, mergers and acquisitions, executive compensation, corporate finance, intellectual property protection and development, computer law, and venture capital.

Dahlia Grace will be installed as secretary. Attorney Grace is a managing attorney with Connecticut Legal Services Inc. at the organization’s Stamford office. She represents victims of domestic violence in family matters.

Vincent P. Pace will continue serving as treasurer. Attorney Pace is the associate general counsel at Eversource Energy. His practice focuses on electricity and natural gas transactions, regulatory compliance, and administrative law.
Assistant Secretary-Treasurer

Aidan Welsh will be installed as assistant secretary-treasurer. Attorney Welsh is partner at Schoonmaker George Colin & Blomberg PC in Greenwich, where she handles complex divorce and family law actions involving significant assets and client custody issues.
Immediate Past President

Karen DeMeola is the Assistant Dean for Enrollment and Students for the University of Connecticut School of Law. In addition, Dean DeMeola implements and manages diversity programming as well as professional and community development activities for students. Prior to her role as assistant dean for enrollment and students, she was a civil rights litigator in her solo practice. He represents business and municipal clients in the state and federal courts in Connecticut on a wide range of matters.