In Connecticut, women have been governor, chief justice and general counsel of its top companies. But until last week, they had never been the head of one of its largest law firms.

So, yes, Maureen Weaver, views herself as a trailblazer. At the same time, however, she recognizes that her Sept. 5 ascension to managing partner at New Haven-based Wiggin & Dana is somewhat anticlimactic, or at least it should be.

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