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I seldom chime in with any comments,
primarily because I’m not a practicing
attorney, but I sure do like the tone of
the recent issues of NWLawyer. I was
brought to tears by the article about
Susan Amini in the latest issue [July-August 2013 NWLawyer]. And Trent
Latta’s light-hearted articles are a nice
addition. So was Arthur Simpson’s
article about his pro-bono efforts in
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about Tim Nodland and his wine artistry in the March edition. And, even
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I just finished reading Mr. Murray’s
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Michael Malaier, Tacoma
Thank you for publishing the article
“Piercing the Lavender ceiling: Taking a Look at Inclusivity and Gay Legal
Professionals and clients” [July-Au-