10 Questions

47 ABA Journal articles on 10 Questions.

10 Questions: This Denver lawyer serves up culinary history with a side of social justice
Adrian E. Miller wrote "The President’s Kitchen Cabinet: The Story of the African Americans Who Have Fed Our First Families, from the Washingtons to the Obamas."
10 Questions: Harvard Law’s dean of students began as a ballerina
Marcia Lynn Sells, dean of students at Harvard Law School, once performed with Dance Theatre of Harlem under the direction of co-founder Arthur Mitchell.
12 of the year’s most fascinating lawyers
One lawyer spends Sunday afternoons on the gridiron, while another made the transition from the playing field to a seat behind the bench. Still another lawyer became a reality television star, and another forged a second carer as a fashion designer for Hollywood A-listers.
10 Questions: From plaintiffs to patients, Don D. Bush shifts careers at 70
Don D. Bush left his position as a magistrate judge with the U.S. District Court for work as a medical technician for a nonprofit urgent care clinic and an ambulance service.
10 Questions: Civil rights lawyer Farhana Khera fights for religious freedom for all Americans
As the executive director of Muslim Advocates, Farhana Khera and her staff work with volunteer lawyers and dedicated faith leaders across the country to stand up to hate and bias through education, advocacy and litigation.
10 Questions: James Dunstan
James E. Dunstan, the principal of Springfield, Virginia-based Mobius Legal Group, has spent more than 30 years specializing in space law.
10 Questions: Rachel Lindsay
In January, Rachel Lindsay became one of the 30 women on The Bachelor but came home single. This summer, however, the 32-year-old Cooper & Scully associate got another chance at romance as the star of The Bachelorette.
10 Questions: LA solo brings together musical lawyers in a philharmonic he founded
Solo practitioner Gary S. Greene formed an all-volunteer orchestra composed entirely of lawyers and judges. The Los Angeles Lawyers Philharmonic has been so successful that Greene has since founded a 100-member chorus and a jazz big band.
10 Questions: Immigration lawyer Kimi Jackson deals with matters of life and death

The ABA-sponsored South Texas Pro Bono Asylum Representation Project helps asylum-seekers and other detained immigrants in South Texas detention facilities. Kimi Jackson is ProBAR’s director.

10 Questions: Judge and former NFL player Dwayne Woodruff
Judge Dwayne D. Woodruff, a former professional football player—and Super Bowl champion—Woodruff went to law school full-time while he played defensive back for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Now, after more than a decade on the court bench, Woodruff is running for a seat on the state supreme court.
5 tips from a BigLaw partner on ‘making it work’ in real life
Making it Work is a new column in partnership with the Working Mother Best Law Firms for Women initiative in which lawyers share how they manage both life’s challenges and work’s demands.

Joanna Horsnail, being a single parent for 10 years and partner at Mayer Brown for 13 years, offers tips for “making it work” while real life goes on around you.
10 Questions: Indiana family law attorney has a second career in high fashion
From family court to haute couture, this Indiana solo helps clients present their best.
10 Questions: For rap and hip-hop artists, LA lawyer Julian Petty represents

As a college intern at Def Jam Records, Julian K. Petty saw firsthand how poorly artists were represented, and he vowed that someday, he’d do something about it. Fast-forward 20 years, and Petty now is a top entertainment lawyer who represents some of the biggest names in rap and hip-hop music, including Childish Gambino, A Tribe Called Quest and the estate of the Notorious B.I.G.

10 Questions: Brittany Heyd helps startups solve society’s pressing problems

If you’re a startup dedicated to solving big problems in sectors such as energy, education and transportation, Brittany Heyd wants to help. She’s the managing director and general counsel at 1776, a global venture capital fund and business incubator based in Washington, D.C., that specializes in linking socially innovative startups with the funding, business connections and expertise necessary to succeed.

10 Questions: Lawyer’s best-selling novel started as a birthday resolution
Author Julie Lawson Timmer—whose debut novel Five Days Left was a best-seller—has no plans to leave law to write full-time. "I never want to have to care if a book sells or not," says Timmer, who is working on her fourth novel "I think it would take an artistic endeavor and a lifelong dream and turn it into a chore. I also care about my company very much, and I love that my job is different every day. If that sometimes means I have to work long hours and it cuts into my writing time, that’s life."

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