Newtown Lawyers Open Up Offices and Hearts for Grieving Residents

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Many Newtown, Conn., lawyers are offering pro bono assistance to families of victims of the recent massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School -- and are finding that lawyers from outside the area are also eager to help. Says a local attorney, who has received calls from lawyers from around the country, "It looks like the good in the world overshadows the bad, a million to one."

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  • Marilyn Hirsch

    I am so proud of the attorneys in Newtown, Connecticut. I raised my children in Bethel, Connecticut and visited Newtown on numerous occasions. I always loved living there and working in the surrounding areas of Bethel as a Legal Assistant. The spirit and dedication of everyone throughout this terrible tragedy has brought tears to my eyes and warmth to my heart!

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