Ethel Sorokin Praised As Free Press Advocate

Sorokin helped launch a law firm and a First Amendment forum

Six years ago, in a feature article in a University of Connecticut alumni publication, Ethel Sorokin spoke of her days at UConn law school in the early 1950s. "There were four women and 65 men in my class," recalled Sorokin, the first female editor of the school's Law Review. "By my second year, only two women were left."

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