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July 16, 2011


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Ray Johnson

Yes! We lawyers should have more cartoons. And thanks for admiring my own.

I've never met him, but this professor does law-professor cartoons as well:, which his law school even puts up online. And if you're looking for precedent, consider the cartoons this state supreme court justice drew from the bench:

Annemarie Bridy

Ray was a student of mine at Idaho, and his caricatures really went a long way to create a sense of unity and camaraderie in the building. We missed him when he left to spend his 3L year at BYU! Not only does he brilliantly capture the physical features of his subjects, he really gets to the essence of their personalities, which is no small feat for any portraitist. Thanks, Jackie, for pointing to his work, which deserves attention.

Jacqui Lipton

I noticed a great caricature of you on his website, Annemarie.
He must have been a fun student to teach!
Congrats, Ray, on your terrific work.

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