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J. Kim Wright

United StatesTaos, United States

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April 20, 2014

J Kim Wright

About Me: 

My mission to connect, support and showcase the integrative lawyers in the world. Integrative law is a movement toward a more integrated lawyer who is using intellectual, emotional and spiritual intelligence to create a better world. I wrote a story for the Kosmos Journal which can be found at: http://kosmosjournal.org/articles/transforming-a-dysfunctional-legal-system

In 2009, the American Bar Association asked me to write a book about this work. www.LawyersasPeacemakers.com tells that story. I'm working on a second book at the request of the ABA.

At the end of 2007, I gave up my house and my office to pursue my mission full-time. I've criss-crossed the US several times and have also traveled to Canada, Australia, South Africa, and Europe.

I write, speak, train, coach, consult. I drink a lot of coffee and tea in cafes around the world. Losing my attachment to place and things has opened up a whole world of emotional and spiritual growth.

My youngest child is 30 years old. I am one of those mothers who used to take care of all the children of the village and 16 children lived with me between 1977 and 2003.

My Passions: 
Deep conversations, law, connections
My Challenges: 
Staying well on full-time travel
My Vision for the Future: 
A World That Works for All Beings
My Areas of Expertise: 
Law

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