After two years of enduring the Socratic method in law school and pondering the finer points of the Rule Against Perpetuities, Cynthia Dayton is finally getting her day in court.

Dayton, a court-appointed law guardian and a third-year law student at Hofstra University School of Law, said her experience working with The Center for Children, Families and the Law has taken her legal training out of the textbooks and into the trenches.

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