Colleagues Mourn Slain Barnes & Thornburg Partner

, The Am Law Daily


Nancy Sullivan, an employee benefits specialist and children's-rights champion, died Tuesday at age 57 after being shot during an apparent domestic dispute at her home in the suburbs of St. Paul, Minnesota.

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  • Jackie'O

    What a shining example of what a person and an attorney can do for others! Hers life appears to have been about service and not about profit, greed or just moving up the corporate ladder. My condolences to everone who has lost so much by her death. My condolences to society who need so many more role models like Ms. Sullivan, especially in the legal field, in Congress and in Corporate America.

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