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Polymath in the Law - Janet Ward Black
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Janet Ward Black
Occasionally we come across a person in our journey of life who has more than one admirable trait.
But it is a rare thing indeed to meet someone, let alone be able to call them a friend, who seems to excel in everything they do and who embodies every superlative we use to describe what constitutes a wonderful human being.
Janet Ward Black is just one of those people.
She’s a beautiful soul who has quietly but effectively spent her life serving others. She very much represents the best in North Carolina.
A polymath is defined as someone who is competent in at least three diverse domains and integrates them into a top 1-percent skill.
They bring the best of what humanity has discovered across multiple fields to help them be more effective in their core mission or professional advocation.
We are joined by attorney extraordinaire Janet Ward Black of the Ward Black Law Firm.
Law Talk is a non-partisan forum to discuss the law and legislation, developing legal issues, public policy, and practice tips for legal professionals and Lawyers in North Carolina.
We invite speakers from different backgrounds and perspectives to be guests.
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