Justice Sonia Sotomayor this week offered three pieces of advice to graduating students of her alma mater, Yale Law School.

Noting that the last two years have been “particularly tumultuous” for the legal profession and difficult for law students because of the pandemic, she drew on her own experiences Monday  in the law in urging them to remember three things. Yale has now released a recording of the virtual address.

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