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May 04, 2011


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Patrick S. O'Donnell

Congratulations to Kim...and thanks to Al for for graciously keeping us informed (of this and other things!).

Kim Krawiec

Thanks for this Al! You're the best. And thanks for providing the links on Kathrine Robinson Everett. It's an honor to hold a chair named after such an amazing woman. I especially liked this part from the bio you linked to: "Kathrine Robinson Everett, born in 1893, was the only woman in the class of 1920 and graduated first in her class, was one of the first women admitted to the state bar, was the first woman to argue a case (which she won) before the North Carolina Supreme Court . . . "

Kim Krawiec

Thank you, Patrick -- I appreciate that.

Jeff Yates

Congrats, that's wonderful :-)

Mary Dudziak

Congratulations to Kim!!


Congratulations, Kim- very well deserved.

Kim Krawiec

Thanks you guys!

Tim Zinnecker

Kudos, Kim!

Bridget Crawford

Congratulations, Kim. Great news! And how cool is it to have a chair named for such a pioneering lawyer!

Kim Krawiec

Thanks Tim! And yes, Bridget, it is very, very cool. I had no idea at first what a path breaker she really was -- thanks again to Al for posting the links to her information.

Jacqueline Lipton

Sorry to be so late to the party, but congratulations Kim. I echo what everyone else has said - well deserved, and what a great person to have a chair named after.

Kim Krawiec

Thank you, Jacqui -- and better late than never. All of these kudos from the Loungers today has been really, really nice.

Eric Fink

Congratulations to Kim, and to Duke.

Kim Krawiec

Thanks Eric!

Tom Gallanis

Many congratulations, Kim! This is wonderful news!

Alfred Brophy

Actually, Kim, I think Kathrine Robinson Everett would be excited that you occupy the chair named after her. What a life -- born in 1893; she was an adult already by the time of the 19th amendment. She lived to see a woman run for vice president on a major ticket. Lots of changes happen over the course of almost a century. And I'd be very interested in what she'd have to say about your taboo trades class.

letters from nowhere 2

Many thanks for the great posting. I am glad I have taken the time to see this.

Kim Krawiec

Thanks Tom. Al, I can't imagine what she'd say about Taboo Trades. I would say she'd be shocked at a class about kidneys, egg, and sperm, among other topics, but after a life such as hers, it doesn't seem like she would be the type to be easily shocked!

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