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le this issu:                LWI Lives is a regular electronic publication of the Faces of LWI Committee, which

                             explores and communicates  the emerging identity of LWI and its members. We  have
                             in common  the commitment   to being the best legal writing professors that we can
                             be. But we are multi-dimensional people with different strengths, interests,
ona State                    curiosities, and gifts. By profiling individuals in our community, we hope to expand
,ersity School of            and develop our understanding of who  we are and what we  aspire to be.


s Soper               ,      Kim  Holst:  Triple Threat
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>ol of Law                                             By Tracy L. Norton

                                                       Approaching Kim Holst for this profile and talking to her was effort-
                                                       less. She has an easy, approachable manner that many law professors
 k Law  School       6-7struggle to acquire. Kim is one of those people who is just all
                                                       there. She doesn't have a stuffy professional persona that hides the
                                                       more casual personal one. She is at once professional and personal,
                                                       smart and warm in equal parts.
Presentation
:ess                                                   For more about Kim, see page 2.

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Ling Events                  Chris Soper:   From  Big Red  to Gopher   Gold (with  some  blue  sea and
                             bankruptcy   in between)

 Lives Committee     8                                 By Rebecca Rich
                                                       Christopher Soper didn't really want to be a lawyer as a kid growing
                                                       up in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Like many boys his age, he had dreams of
tributors to                                           the N.B.A. And when he finally got a bit more realistic, he decided he
Edition:                                               could settle for anything jet-setting, basketball-related, and fun.
                                                       For more about Chris, see page 4.
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:e Hum                         anielle Tully: Seeking  Social Justice
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cca  Rich                                              By Elizabeth Berenguer

free to reach out toMeet Danielle Tully, one of our colleagues at Suffolk Law School. I had
>ne of uis if you have                                 the pleasure of meeting her personally at the ALWD Biennial Confer-
ions about this                                        ence in Minneapolis this past summer. She's a dynamic individual who
                                                       exudes joy and genuine curiosity about the world around her. Not only
                                                       that, but she has lived all over the globe and has engaged in some out-
                                                       side-the-box professions, all of which give her a unique perspective and
                                                       approach to teaching.


For more about Danielle, see page 6.

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