The latest class of Connecticut law school graduates donned their caps and gowns and marched to get their diplomas in May. After years of study and hard work, their new challenge is finding a job. The good news is the legal employment market continues to improve here in Connecticut, just as it has on the national level.

That improved market has worked out for 2016 graduates such as Lily Schurra of Milford, who attended Quinnipiac University School of Law and in August will start her career at Saxe Doernberger & Vita in Trumbull, where she will represent insurance policyholders. “Firms came to the university to do on-campus interviews,” Schurra said. “I think the job search can be difficult because you are competing with everybody, but for the people I know, a lot have jobs lined up already.”

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