"Barba Crescit, Caput Nescit"

  • "The Beard Grows, But The Head Does Not Grow Wiser."

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MY REFRIGERATOR MAGNET-AN HOMAGE---

  • My new, lovely parting gift for all parties.

TO THE MASTER-JUDGE KAYE TERTZAG

  • Judge Kaye Tertzag is one of my heroes. One of the first facilitators, he would give out these refrigerator magnets at his hearings. Though the Judge died in 2009, I still have this magnet on my refrigerator 10 years later. Judge Tertzag and I did not agree on some very big political issues, but he was the professional embodiment of his 3Ps: Be Prompt, Be Prepared, Be Polite.

LAWYERS


  • "Lawyers work hard and, like us, they're human, many of them."-Dick Cavett

JUDGES

  • “A judge is a law student who marks his own examination papers.” - H. L. Mencken

PERSPECTIVE

  • "We are all here for a spell, get all the good laughs you can."
    "Do the best you can, and don't take life too serious."-Will Rogers

STRIVE MIGHTILY

  • "And do as adversaries do in law, strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends." William Shakespeare

Detroit GT


  • Detroit GT is the website of artist Christopher Gorski. A lifetime Detroiter and certified "Car nut", he studied at the premiere College of Art and Design in Detroit - the Center for Creative Studies (CCS). One hand drawn shirt in high school has grown into a full line of apparel and merchandise celebrating Detroit and other uniquely Michigan locales.

    His Detroit Landmark graphic art pieces are remarkable. Some are shown below, and I have 8 of them framed on my office walls (see blog post).

    The prints can be purchased through the site or at my favorite store, Art Is In Market in Laurel Park Place in Livonia.


  • Detroit GT

CHRIS GORSKI










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Tim McKercher

Hello Mike,
The years have passed quickly since I joined Draugelis &Ashton in 1991 and much has changed including the fact that I have been an Arizona lawyer for several years. When asked by younger lawyers about my career, I always say “I was very lucky. I went to law school at Draugelis & Ashton.” Great lawyers all of them, including those identified on your internet search- Ed Draugelis, John Ashton, Don Scully, Terry Haynes, John McLean, Mike Pollard and Bert DiStefano. I miss them too.
Tim McKercher

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