At age 23, Regina Forker may seem like an ordinary law student. She is entering her third year at the University of Connecticut School of Law. She just finished a clinic in intellectual property and entrepreneurship and is interning at Hartford’s Updike, Kelly & Spellacy.

But what sets her apart from her law school colleagues is how she spends what little other free time she has. She’s written a book, which is being sold through the Connecticut Bar Association.

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