Kevin Patrick Law - May 2020

MAY 2020

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These last few months have been unlike any I’ve lived through. Until now, the closest I’d gotten to dealing with a pandemic was reading about the 1918 Spanish flu back when I was a history major at the University of Georgia. I thought I understood a few things after that, but nothing could have prepared me for the reality we’re living in today. As scary as these times are, I’ve found so many things to be grateful for in the last few weeks, and I hope you have, too. It has been amazing to see the city of Atlanta, the state of Georgia, and the country as a whole come together with real community spirit to fight this pandemic. My team and I are also incredibly thankful for our frontline heroes: the first responders, nurses, doctors, delivery drivers, grocery store workers, and factory employees who are putting their own health on the line to make this country and community safer. In particular, I feel like I have more appreciation than ever for medical professionals and first responders, including those in my own family. One of my grandfathers was a fireman in Michigan after WWII, and the other was a doctor. My grandmother was a nurse, and so is my mother-in-law. Now more than ever, I recognize how much they must have sacrificed to help others. On the work front, my team and I are doing everything we can to make this tough time easier for our clients and

to stay safe and healthy ourselves. We’ve been making care packages to be supportive of others in this tough time. We’re also working remotely as much as possible. At age 37, I’ve found a brand- new appreciation for technology! Even though some of the Georgia Supreme Court’s and other courts' operations are on hold, our team is using all the high- tech means available to continue working our cases. Thankfully, as of this writing, my own family is healthy and well. We’re really appreciating the little things right

now, like having food on the table and spending time together. Getting to see my wife and kids more often has been an unexpected blessing. As difficult as things are right now, I have faith that this too shall pass. If we stick together and help each other, we’ll come through this pandemic as a resilient community with more appreciation for each other than ever before.

Wishing you and your family good health,

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