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Dan Krisch: One Of Conn.'s Greatest Justices Hangs Up Her Robes

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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I am paying fond tribute to a mentor. Late last month, former Connecticut Chief Justice Ellen Peters announced her retirement after nearly four decades as an appellate jurist. As is her wont, Justice Peters was self-effacing at her retirement ceremony – she mainly spoke about the influence on her career of two of her colleagues, former Justices Robert Glass and David Shea – so I will boast a bit on her behalf:

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  • Tom O‘Brien

    Excellent article Dan. Agreed, Justice Peters is among the finest appellate jurists Connecticut has the privilege to know and have.

  • David V. DeRosa

    Nice job Dan. A fitting testimonial to a great jurist.

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