In her 20 years on the bench, former Superior Court Judge Lynda Munro saw plenty of changes in Family Court.

Munro, who was Connecticut’s chief administrative judge for family matters from 2008 to 2013, said efforts to resolve family law cases through mediation have taken off in recent years. Another change, she said, is the explosion of the number of pro se litigants in divorce and child-custody proceedings over the past decade.

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