Another Day of “Rest” (attempted blogging and book editing)

Flowers from the International Human Rights Conference.

The days have been so rich and full that I have not had time to keep up with my blogging and diary. Today was the first day that I could start my Chicago Press book edits. The President and former Vice President of the African Court of Human and Peoples’ Rights left this morning (more regarding the Global Human Rights conference soon) so I had the afternoon to “catch up.” Unfortunately, the electricity has been going off more often than usual, making it very difficult to get online work done. However, in these quiet hours of writing and reflection, I think back to my friends and family in the states. I send big hugs!

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About Jennifer Drobac

R. Bruce Townsend Professor of Law Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law~ I began my journey in the San Francisco Bay area. A student at CPS in Oakland and then at Stanford University, I worked for several years before attending law school, again at Stanford. A trip around the world after taking the California Bar introduced me to more distant lands than I had seen during school days. I returned to clerk for Judge Barefoot Sanders in Dallas, Texas where I gave birth to Michal McDowell-- the best first born daughter and future doctor one can imagine. When she was two, we moved to Santa Cruz, California where I opened my own law practice. After I earned my doctoral degree (in law) at Stanford, I hit the road again and settled here in Indiana where I teach at IU McKinney. As I anticipate exploring the world again as a Fulbright Specialist (starting in India), I start this blog. A travel log of adventures in midlife!
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One Response to Another Day of “Rest” (attempted blogging and book editing)

  1. Dina Hoffman says:

    Thanks for your posts! So interesting!

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