Attorney C. Christian Young Presents Firearms Laws Seminar for the Greater Bridgeport Bar Association


On September 27th, Attorney C. Christian Young presented a seminar entitled Firearms Laws for the Greater Bridgeport Bar Association (GBBA) that covered topics ranging from Connecticut and federal firearm laws, purchase and ownership regulations in Connecticut, concealed carry laws and permit requirements, firearm transportation laws, and restraining order and civil orders of protection. A very engaged audience of about sixty people attended both in-person and remotely. 

Many insightful issues were identified and addressed, and question-and-answer opportunities were available throughout the entire presentation.

Attorney Young remarked that seminars like these provide an opportunity for practitioners, ranging from private counsel to public defenders and prosecutors, to come together and learn about how the evolving laws affect the procedures they work on together, as well as how they impact individuals subject to these laws.

“As vital cogs in the wheels of our various legal systems, the more we can understand together the laws that guide those processes, the better the quality of the outcome for all,” said Attorney Young. 

Attorney C. Christian Young is a Principal at Cohen and Wolf and practices in the Firm's Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, and Appellate groups.  He handles a wide variety of criminal and civil matters involving embezzlement, domestic incidents, student matters, trafficking, computer crimes, firearm offenses, and homicides. He has extensive experience assisting individuals and probate estates with issues related to the acquisition, retention, inheritance, and disposition of firearms. In his personal injury practice, Attorney Young represents individuals who have suffered injury or loss due to carelessness, recklessness, or criminal acts, including those involving motorcycle and motor vehicle accidents, premises defects, and hazardous conditions.

Attorney Young has been consistently recognized as a “Top Super Lawyer” in Connecticut and New England by Connecticut Super Lawyers®, and in 2017, he received the “Outstanding Contribution to Criminal Defense” award from the Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association. He also holds a Martindale Hubbell, AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating. 


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