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5 LWI Lives 1 (2018-2019)

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                         LW! 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
non~ Burke       2that we can be. But we are multi-dimensional people with different strengths,
                          interests, curiosities, and gifts. By profiling individuals in our community, we hope
othy Duff        3to expand and develop our understanding of who we are and what we aspire to be.

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                            SPECIAL EDITION

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ee Saginaw       7        Welcome to the fifth year of LWI Lives!

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                          For our 2018-2019 kick-off edition, the Faces of LWI Committee is collaborating
e Ten Cate       9with the LWI New Member Outreach Committee! The mission of the Outreach
                          Committee is to welcome new members into the LWI community through out-
nia L. Whetstone 10       reach activities that help them to become more involved in service and leadership

                          We hope that this edition, which features nine new (and newish) legal writing pro-
 Lives Committee I I      fessors, helps to welcome them and provides them with opportunities to connect
                          with our warm, dynamic, and fabulous community of legal writing professors by day
                          and complex and extraordinary individuals by night.
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Edition:                  In this edition, we feature the following fascinating individuals:

tbeth Berenguer              Shannon Burke, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago-Kent College of Law
tney Heard                0  Timothy Duff, Case Western Reserve University School of Law
e Hum                        Jessica Gunder, University of Idaho College of Law, Boise
on Ortheb                    Robert Montgomery, Campbell University School of Law

ree to reach ot t            Tolulope Tolu Odunsi, The University at Buffalo School of Law
   f u if y                  Aimee Saginaw, Univ. of District of Columbia, David A. Clark School of Law
                          t  Drew Simshaw, Georgetown University Law Center
                          n  Irene Ten Cate, University of Houston Law Center
                          0  Kayonia L. Whetstone, St. John's University School of Law

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