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Bye Bye to Bar Beat
I just wanted to say thank you to Michael
Heatherly for his years of writing the Bar
Beat. It was always the first page I read
in NWLawyer and it never failed to make
me smile. And like my profession a little
more. I look forward to Mike’s new Editor’s Note column, but I bet I’ll continue
to first turn to the last page looking for
his wit and humor, at least for a while.
Britt Tinglum, Seattle
Thank you for your six years of Bar
Beat articles. I don’t know that I ever
thanked you previously, but I always
enjoyed and looked forward to reading your articles. You brought a fresh
breath of humanity and humility to
your readers. I will miss your monthly
take on the world and our little piece of
heaven here in Washington.
Susan Stanley, Seattle
Add my voice to the chorus of lawyers
who are sad to see the demise of Bar
Beat. Your columns have been a wonderful breath of humanity in a magazine otherwise devoted to all things
legal. Your writing is intimate, funny,
compassionate and thoroughly entertaining. At least the end of Bar Beat
inspired me to tell you how much I have
enjoyed your work. Thank you.
Mark R. Busto, Bellevue
I am one of those who reached out to
you a couple of times over the years to
express my appreciation for your Bar
Beat column, and I wanted to say, it will
be greatly missed. Thank you for the
chuckles and insight through the years.
I wish you continued success.
Ric D. Hulshoff, Las Vegas, NV