Inspiration 4 Cooking/Eating/Living Compassionately
So I was fortunate enough to stumble upon Colleen when an e-mail subject line caught my eye today. The subject line said "Vegan Wellness Directory" and of course this is of great interest to me! I was thrilled to see the number of Vegan Registered Dieticians, Vegan Nutritionists and so on listed on her site! You must check it out. She promotes not only a vegan lifestyle through practice, but she writes about it and even makes other vegan companies and organizations available to the public! Colleen Patrick-Goudreau is an exhilarating speaker, a powerful writer, a talented chef, and a persuasive advocate whose success can be measured by the thousands of people whose lives have been changed by her compassionate message. With a master’s degree in English literature and a command of traditional and new media, Patrick-Goudreau fosters change whether she is writing books, speaking to live audiences, hosting her podcast, or producing videos. If that wasn't enough to get the message across, she even sells joyful vegan jewelry and cute clothes too! Way to go Colleen! Keep up the great work and welcome to the Vegattorney.com website!
About This Vegan Professional
Christine Garcia has been practicing law since 2000 and her experience ranges from Transactional,Civil Litigation (Animal Law) and Criminal Defense & Litigation. After her undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley, she received her JD after legal studies at University of California, Hastings College of the Law and Loyola University Chicago, School of Law. Her publications include Isn’t Justice Supposed to be Blind? Practicing Animal Law. Sister Species: Women, Animals and Social Justice, Edited by Lisa Kremmerer, Univ. of Illinois Press (2011) pp. 141-151, Animal Custody Cases. GPSOLO: General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division. American Bar Association July/August (2009) Vol. 26 No. 5 pp. 22-25 and A Future of Green Power: The Environmental Impact of the Utility Restructuring in America, Loyola Consumer Law Review, vol. 10, No. 3 (1998). Resume