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WJI Buzz - Ellis, Laney, Mann, Wooding

May 3, 2012

Jenna Ellis (‘05) published an article on mandatory alternative dispute resolution in the current May 2012 edition of The Colorado Lawyer. It is available online at www.cobar.org for Colorado Bar Association members or PDF download by clicking here. Ellis is a graduate of the University of Colorado and the University of Richmond School of Law and is a litigation and contract attorney with the U.S. Dept. of State. She can be reached at jlellis1@gmail.com.

Michael Laney (speaker 02) will begin a new position July 2, as Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, at Our Lady of the Lake University, in San Antonio, Texas. Laney is leaving his post as Chair and Professor of Telecommunications at Lee University, where he served for 17 years. He can be reached at mlaney@leeuniversity.edu.

Chris Mann (99) and his wife Ruth welcomed Dietrich Edward last September, bringing the total clan to 8. Mann works at Ambassador Enterprises, an investment firm looking for financial, cultural, and Kingdom returns. He is helping the founder write a book about the founding of Ambassador Steel in 1973 and the experience of merging principles of business and faith. Mann earned his bachelor's degree Indiana University and MBA from Taylor University. He can be reached at chris@christophermann.com.

Dan Wooding (speaker '02-04) is releasing a book called CAPED CRUSADER Rick Wakeman in the 1970s with the Gonzo Media Group in the UK. The book, which carries a foreword by Elton John, is a re-release of the original book that came out in the 70s. Wooding, 71, is founder and director of ASSIST News Service (www.assistnews.net), and has written some 44 books and is also a radio and TV host in Southern California. Wooding can be reached at Danjuma1@aol.com.

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