A (Gasp!) 2007 Photo Of R. Gary Lowen

The image of R Gary Lowen, the recipient of the Richard A. Revell Family Law Award for 2007, about which we posted here, has finally been captured in a photo with LBA President, Tom Williams. Thanks to Kentucky Law Review for obtaining and posting the photograph.

The image of R Gary Lowen, the recipient of the Richard A. Revell Family Law Award for 2007, about which we posted here, has finally been captured in a photo with LBA President, Tom Williams. Thanks to Kentucky Law Review for obtaining and posting the photograph.
At the awards dinner Gary told me that his children got a big kick out of the hard copy of the post I snail mailed him. It was very funny to them that a guy who doesn’t do email is being written up in a blog. So now he has three posts. I’ll print out this one and the one at Kentucky Law Review and send them via mail.
Here’s the photo shoot!

From The Kentucky Law Review: Gary Lowen works to foster collegiality among the family court bar. He has worked to improve the working relationships among family law practitioners by creating opportunities for family law practitioners to gather together and learn more about each other on a personal level. Gary understands the stressors that all family law practitioners experience, and he works to ease these stressors through both personal and professional interaction. Gary has made great strides in making family law practitioners a family. For these efforts, he was honored with this award.

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