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Lawyer by Day, Poet by Night on Track for Tenure at Widener
Philadelphia-based lawyer and poet Tonya M. Evans-Walls accepts coveted tenure track position at Widener University School of Law.
Since 2003, Evans-Walls has served as managing member of a Philadelphia-
"I am very honored and excited about this wonderful opportunity!"
Evans-Walls, who has distinguished herself as an intellectual property and literary law expert, is a published author of an award-winning series of legal reference guides for writers and publishing industry professionals. The series is distributed internationally and was selected by Writer's Digest Book Club® as club selections for its members.
Recently, her book titled Copyright Companion for Writers was named Best Reference Book of 2007 by USA Book News. Additionally Evans-Walls was named a "Rising Star" in the December 2007 issue of Pennsylvania Super Lawyers.
Evans-Walls attended Northwestern University on a full tennis scholarship and received her law degree, cum laude, from Howard University School of Law where she served as the editor-in-chief of the Howard Law Journal. She is Chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Sports Entertainment and Art Law Committee and is a nationally recognized speaker who presents to various audiences regularly on publishing law, intellectual property law and estate planning issues.
Visit her websites at http://www.legalwritepublications.com and http://www.tmelaw.net. And her award-winning legal reference website for writers at http://www.literarylawguide.com.
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