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Literary Lawyers Series with Lauren Willig - Shared screen with speaker view
Carrie Harris
48:43
And who would have thought that Roe v. Wade would be at risk!!!!
Anne Larson
54:29
How long did you practice law and what caused you to move permanently into writing?
Anne Larson
57:07
Were you disappointed or bored by law school like you were grad school? I was. I thought it could have been so fascinating if we had been turned lose to use law to solve issues and problems.
Lisa Holubar
57:11
First- AMAZING. I love your historical research into forgotten women! So valuable. Second, how do you find these hidden stories? Third, how did you find a publisher?
Helenka Mietka
57:47
Hi! Thank you for speaking today! I agree with Lisa ^^ What is your favorite work of historical fiction?
Mehtap Cevher Conti
58:33
Lauren, your message about weaving the missing threads back into the tapestry of history really resonated with me and thank you for your amazing work in this regard. What other efforts you think we can do to present our collective history more completely? Related question, how can we make sure this complete history is taught to our kids in (at least) public schools?
Carrie Harris
01:01:52
After you made the choice just to write, did your husband agree that you could pick the location of your home?:)
Helenka Mietka
01:14:30
Thank you!
Anne Larson
01:14:53
Thank you! So fascinating. What a fun lunch!
Kyla Davidoff
01:14:58
Thank you!
Carrie Harris
01:15:03
Fabuous!