Part of Pullman & Comley member and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Steven Stafstrom Jr.’s practice is environmental litigation, and the attorney sees the Nutmeg State working toward a broad energy portfolio.

“As Connecticut continues to work to diversify its energy portfolio, particularly as wind generation becomes more popular, I think there will be additional legal work,” said the 38-year-old Hartford native.

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