2005 Achiever of the Year

Kraut, Rochelle
June 2006
Inside MS;Jun/Jul2006, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p50
Academic Journal
The article profiles Colorado Supreme Court chief justice Mary Mullarkey, who has multiple sclerosis. After graduating from a small liberal arts college in Wisconsin, where she grew up, she decided to study law. Despite her diagnosis, her fellow justices selected her to be chief justice in 1998. She credits her family and friends, especially her husband and her grown son, for their unfaltering support.


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