Pro Bono Honors: William Grady's No Longer A Teacher, But He Still Helps Young People

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


William G. Grady's career handling criminal defense and child protection cases has followed, to borrow from the words of poet Robert Frost, "the road less traveled." Back in 1964, his first "real job" was teaching English literature and composition to wayward girls at the now defunct Long Lane School, run by the state Department of Children and Families.

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