Amy Noe Dudas writes a bi-monthly column for the Indiana Lawyer, a weekly newspaper reporting on news of interest to Indiana attorneys. Her series, Connecting the Dots, explores how legal skills can translate to seemingly “unlawyerly” pursuits and, perhaps more importantly, how such pursuits can make someone a better lawyer.
In her most recent column, Amy highlights Connie Postelli, who suspended her practice to join the Peace Corps and now teaches English in China.
Amy’s first column told her own story of how being involved in the arts has made her a better lawyer, and how being a lawyer has made her a better artist.
Do you know a lawyer with unusual hobbies who should be highlighted? Contact Amy and let her know!