lived in six
10 cities in
15 years and
history at the
before coming to Seattle in 1981.
He cannot move again because he
cannot face another bar exam. His
litigation and appellate practice
at Forsberg & Umlauf focuses on
insurance coverage and bad faith
issues. As program chairman of the
Puget Sound Civil War Round Table,
he has been lining up speakers on
Lincoln and the War for 25 years. In
October 2015, he presented a CLE
on Lessons from the Law Practice
of Abraham Lincoln at Seattle
University School of Law. He can
be reached at email@example.com.
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3. Id. at 20.
4. Paul M. Zall, editor, Abe Lincoln’s Legacy
of Laughter (2007). Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 71.
5. Supra n. 2 at 245.
6. Id. at 169.
7. Michael Burlingame. Abraham Lincoln: A
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8. Don E. and Virginia Fehrenbacher, editors, Recollected Words of Abraham
Lincoln (1966). Stanford, CA: Stanford
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9. Supra n. 7 at 1: 575–76. Lincoln’s words are
10. Supra n. 8 at 277, 335–36, 533n271,