About the Lawcritter
I am a retired lawyer. I don’t give legal advice, so please don’t ask. For more than thirty years I worked for the United States government, first with the Department of the Air Force then with the Department of the Navy. I did work in government contracts, environmental law, and labor and employment law.
When Leonardo Da Vinci turned 87, he said, “Ancora Imparo.” (I am still learning) Following this philosophy, I try to learn something new each year. A few years back I taught myself to draw. I have learned PhotoShop and Illustrator (and an trying to learn Dreamweaver). A couple of years back I bought a small lathe and started turning out home-made pens in wood and acrylic. More recently, I’m learning photography and economics.
For years I have been a chess player and occasionally get a chance to compete in tournaments.
I hope to blog here a little bit about my professional and personal interests.