Save the Date
October 29th, 2019
for the 2019 Connecticut Lobbying Conference
The 2019 Connecticut Lobbying Conference will be held on Tuesday, October 29th at the Lyceum, 227 Lawrence Street in Hartford, from 8:30 AM- 3:45 PM. It is designed to help new lobbyists learn how to be effective advocates for their causes and seasoned veterans update their skills.
The Conference will begin with a moderated panel of legislative leaders in the Connecticut General Assembly. After the morning panel, choose from 12 different workshops that will take place throughout the day. Breakfast and a hot buffet lunch will be included.
Click here to see the program from the 2018 Lobbying Conference, which will give you an idea of the workshops that will be offered.
Registration for the 39th Annual Connecticut Lobbying Conference will be open after Labor Day.
If you are interested in receiving information for the conference, please use our contact form here to send us a message here and we'll add you to the email list for Conference announcements.
Together, the lobbyists of Gallo & Robinson, LLC have more then 50-years experience lobbying the Connecticut General Assembly. Please look around and if you have questions, comments or would like more information about Gallo & Robinson, LLC and the services we offer please use our contact form or call us at 860-247-4322.
Our own Betty Gallo and Kate Robinson were covered in this article on hartfordbusiness.com:
"The reason I started the firm was to help nonprofits who were disadvantaged because they could pay so little to have advocates lobby for them," Gallo said. "Now, we have a lot of experience, expertise and connections and can afford to do it because we have a number of clients."
The firm takes on a wide variety of clients and issues today, Gallo and Robinson said.
"We only take clients whose issues we believe in and that's another reason people come to us," Gallo said. "They know we care very much about the issues we're handling."
Gallo said social justice permeates every issue the firm handles.
(you can read the full article here.)