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Former state Chief Disciplinary Counsel Mark Dubois. Courtesy photo

As I wrote some time ago, most of my writing and speaking these days is going to be focused on and directed to the aging profession. Mike Bowler, statewide bar counsel, recently redid his chart showing the age of lawyers licensed in Connecticut, and it is reproduced below. There are two takeaways that we should be focusing on: One is that the average age of the bar is getting up there, and the other is that retiring lawyers are not being replaced.

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