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Over the past year, we have watched as both the federal and state legislative and judicial branches of government made changes that, while seemingly affecting a direct issue or population, undoubtedly affect us all. We have watched as landmark cases have been questioned, protested, and even overturned. Cases that we once studied in law school, that set precedent and molded the world as we have come to know it, and for many young lawyers, the world as we have only known it to be. The law offers us few certainties, but change is one of them.

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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.