After Hours: Chorale Concert Takes Attorneys to the Steps of the Smithsonian

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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For attorneys Margaret Sheahan and Amy Day, singing in the Ridgefield Chorale isn't much different than practicing law. Being the middle child in a family of seven siblings is a metaphor for Sheahan's life. Her professional career revolves around massaging egos, knowing people's personalities—what makes them tick and click—and finding common ground.

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