Adam Walker writes for the Yale Daily News that, “On March 1, Gov. Ned Lamont nominated 22 jurists, individuals with expert knowledge of the law, to serve as judges on the Connecticut Superior Court.”

Grace Brunner, a student at the University of Connecticut School of Law and leader of its chapter of the legal advocacy group People’s Parity Project, emphasized to the News the importance of diversity in backgrounds among Lamont’s judicial nominations.

“She told the News that she thinks such selections bring ‘precisely the kind of experience’ needed to positively impact Connecticut residents’ lives as the experiences of the judges can shape their decisions on the bench.”

Read more at the Yale Daily News.