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7 LWI Lives 1 (2020-2021)

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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, curiosities, and gifts. By
profiling individuals in our community, we hope to expand and develop our understanding
of who we are and what we aspire to be.
Annie Scardulla: An Optimist's Journey
By Whitney Heard

Annie Scardulla joined the University of North Carolina School of
Law as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Law in 2020, after com-
pleting her Advocacy Fellowship at Louisiana State University Paul
M. Hebert Law Center. While leaving family and friends in the
middle of a global pandemic to start a new job in a new state may
sound daunting to most people, Annie embraced this opportunity
with an optimistic energy that is equally infectious and inspiring.

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Gail Stephenson: Louisiana Smile
By Michael Oeser
Rice, not pasta. Crawfish, not Crawdads. Mardi Gras, not New
Years. Professor Gail S. Stephenson is a Louisiana native, and it
shows in the best of ways. Her smile, laugh, friendliness, and
southern manners all have a charming Louisiana flavor. But
once you get to know her, the most wonderful thing about her
is her kindness.
(Continued on page 4)
Kemba Taylor: Faith, Family, Friends, Education
By Kathryn Falk Campbell
I remember the first time I walked into Kemba Taylor's office at
Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles. I had just moved from
California Western in San Diego to teach at Southwestern. I didn't
know my new colleagues, and was, even after all my years on this
planet, petrified of the unknown. Kemba was behind her desk.
The light from the window behind her actually silhouetted her.
(Continued on page 6)


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