Editorial: Would You Let Your Child Become A Lawyer?

The Connecticut Law Tribune

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U.S. District Judge Robert Chatigny spoke at the recent memorial service for Jacob Zeldes, a Bridgeport lawyer many considered the dean of Connecticut criminal law. The judge ended on a personal note.

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  • Roger Williams

    Not a wise suggestion given current realities. Jobs are hard to come by, and the graduate will emerge with oceans of debt that will constitute the new mortgage. Perhaps if he goes to work for his father, or gets on the public payroll, he may survive.

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