I have blogged before about Kim's trip to Colorado. Her trek to the Rocky Mountains is part of a bigger cross-country tour; she is stopping in several states to talk with groups about her new book Lawyers as Peacemakers: Practicing Holistic, Problem-Solving Law. (The American Bar Association has sold out its first printing of the book, but copies will again be available very soon.)
Learn more about her trip in a news release titled "Transforming Law: Author is on a Mission Across the Heartland" (PRWeb).
Although I have known Kim for many years (we guess maybe 12), our communication has always been by phone and e-mail. Today was the first time we have met, and we had a very enjoyable and relaxed visit at Tattered Cover on Colfax. I had my little Flip video camcorder with me so, during our time together, spontaneously decided to tape a video of Kim. Now you can watch her as she speaks on topics such as her book, Bruce Winick, today's political process, the legal profession, her trip, and being "location independent."
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Taping this interview made me realize I need to learn to edit videos. Sometimes I am not as articulate as I would prefer when asking questions, and would like to be able to delete those moments. In contrast, Kim sounds fine. Next interview from me, I will have learned how to erase the fumbling and mumbling. I thank Kim for allowing me to begin learning how to tape interviews for idealawg.