It’s the month when law school graduates soon are walking across stages during ceremonies throughout Connecticut and across the country. And as they proudly hold that well-earned J.D., they should be ready to figure out new and creative ways to use it.

Two years after the beginning of a significant shakeup in the legal industry, there’s no guarantee that new grads will start their careers in law firms that historically scooped up talent a year or more before anyone passed the bar exam.

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