When Evelyn Rojas decided to go to law school, she was under the impression that job offers would be falling like manna from heaven by the time she finished her second year. Not quite.

As a graduate of the class of 2009, Rojas happened to go to the University of Connecticut School of Law in the middle of a recession. Not to be deterred, she landed on her feet by joining a solo practice in Hartford run by an older law school classmate, Kyle B. Wilkinson.

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