I was fortunate to begin my career as a judicial law clerk in 1981. I clerked first... more
I was fortunate to begin my career as a judicial law clerk in 1981. I clerked first for the Hon. Charles F. Greevy, Jr. who was serving his 30th year on the bench. Thereafter, I clerked for the Hon. Robert J. (Jim) Wollet), serving his 1st year on the bench. I still rely on the lessons I learned from them - 30 years later. I enjoy singing and acting, which I do regularly with the William... view profile
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