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They say that graduating law school is one of the best days of your life. It’s an accomplishment that you have spent countless hours working towards. You’ve sacrificed time spent with friends and family. Maybe passed on other opportunities, but when you hand in that final team, and ultimately walk across that state to receive your diploma, truly it is one of the best days. Today, six years into practice, being a lawyer is part of who I am. But it is not all that I am.

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About the Author
Sara J. O’Brien is chair of the Connecticut Bar Association Young Lawyers Section for the 2024-2024 bar year. She is an attorney at Stanfield Bechtel Law LLC in Middletown, where she handles civil matters, including personal injury, professional malpractice, employment, and small business law.