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Success Story: Paul Nunes: Litigator Doubles as Children's Song Writer

Nunes_2 Hat tip to the Wall Street Journal Law blog for its recent interview of Paul Nunes, a litigator in the Rochester office of Underberg & Kessler who is also known as "Vincent" - a composer and performer of original music for children.

Nunes has released four CD's of children's music - his latest effort, released in 2005, is the award-winning Working Together (here's a link to a sample entitled River Keep Rollin for parents who may want to consider a purchase).

Asked by the WSJ Law Blog what motivates him to compose children's music, Nunes responded: "You can be totally mentally, spiritually and emotionally lopsided practicing law. [Composing music] keeps me literally sane and connected with my humanity."

We hope Nunes' story inspires other lawyers to balance out their hectic work schedules with time for personal passions.

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