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Saturday, 17 January 2015

Step up to the Bar - Sepia Saturday

I couldn't find any photos that have been written on like this week's prompt.


But I have a few related to the law.

Flint Circuit Court, Michigan -2010
Ten new lawyers become members of the Michigan Bar by taking the oath before a judge.

Now relax and smile
Our daughter, Rachel, is third from the right.


Having signed in, she is now in practice as a Business Attorney.

I'm sure Rachel will correct me if I have not got the terminology right. After all she acts as an Adjunct Professor at the Thomas Cooley Law School where she teaches scholarly writing to law students as well as appearing in Michigan courtrooms.

For other legal eagles, or photos with notes, approach the bar and follow the links at Sepia-Saturday-262.

12 comments:

ScotSue said...

A lovely profile from a proud Dad.

La Nightingail said...

Oh my goodness, how proud you must be! And rightly so. And not only that, she's lovely. :)

Deb Gould said...

Third from the right in the front view; second from the left in the rear shot -- what a wonderful occasion! Congrats!

boundforoz said...

Wow !!

Postcardy said...

Your daughter looks very nice. A couple of the others look like they could be contestants on "The Biggest Loser" TV show.

Jo Featherston said...

Excellent. Great mural or wall hanging in the courtroom there!

Mike Brubaker said...

Congratulations, Bob. The mural was so striking that I looked it up online and discovered that it is a result of recent restoration to the courthouse. According to one report, though the artwork is much admired, the judge does feel he must compete with it to keep the attorneys' attention on him!

EG CameraGirl said...

You must be very proud of your daughter's accomplishments!

Little Nell said...

A Proud Parent Post! Well Done Rachel!

Wendy said...

Excellent! Business law -- good for her. And teaching scholarly writing - thank goodness someone is doing that!

Lorraine Phelan said...

Dear proud dad,
Like Jo I noticed the wall mural too. It would be interesting to know the story.
Regards
An admirer

Tattered and Lost said...

How wonderful! But practicing in the US she doesn't get to wear the wig and the robe. I do so like those funny white wigs.