Name of Spouse:
2. What are the names and ages
of your children (grandchildren)?
I realized suddenly that it was answering this question, when I was tired,
that really is what put me in a sad frame of mind.
I'm still creative, still a solid trial attorney (just got a verdict for
approximately $72,000.00 on a $7,332.00 loss and a settlement offer of
$15,000.00, so I'm still nailing my work) and still a good mediator and team
builder. Focusing on loss to begin the day just isn't the way to go to answer
3. What are your current
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I keep up for them. I'm also trying to do a little fundraising for
4. With how many of your law
school classmates have you stayed in close contact?
5. With how many of your law
school professors have you stayed in close contact?
6. What are your avocational
7. What do you do just for
8. What is your area of specialty
in the law?
9. Do you plan to retire? If
so, at what age?
10. If you plan to retire,
what are your post-retirement aspirations?
I can't think of any thing I would find more satisfying.
11. Since graduation from law
school, what church and/or community service have you been involved
12. Since graduation, what
government or civic positions have you held?
I've also don other things, but a resume starts to look crowded if there
is too much on it.
13. List the three areas of
service that have brought you the greatest satisfaction? (In order, with
the most satisfying listed first.)
14. List any significant writings and/or publications since law
15. In what area of life do
you feel you have made the greatest contribution?(If family, please also
include a second area.)
16. In regard to the area of
life named in Question 15, what ways (if any) has your study of law affected
your ability to make a contribution in that area?
17. What historical person
associated with law do you hold in highest esteem?
18. What contemporary lawyer
(well-known or not) do you most admire?
19. Please tell us about the
person listed in Question 18. (i.e. profession,city, state, and why you admire
20. What course in law school
do you most regret not taking?
21. What course in law school
has proven most valuable in your practice?
22. What course in law school
has proven most valuable in your private life?
23. If you could take one more
course--taught by anyone at all, living or dead--what would it be and who
would teach it?
24. What is the most significant
lesson you learned during law school, in or out of the
25. What was the funniest thing
that occurred during your three years at law school?
26. What work of fiction has
most affected your view of the law?
27. What work of nonfiction
has most affected your view of the law?
28. It is said that every person
has one book in them. If you were to begin writing yours now, what would
the title and plot line be?
29. Any additional information
relating to your activities since graduation: