Even before taking on his latest endeavor, Judge J. Rich Leonard has had a diverse range of interests. A U.S. bankruptcy judge for more than 20 years, Leonard has taken over 30 trips to sub-Saharan Africa as part of U.S. State Department efforts to cultivate judiciaries in emerging democracies and counseled judges in Bhutan, where the country’s chief justice presented him a ferocious mask, at right, that is the symbol of the Bhutanese judiciary. He’s also the author of a children’s novel set in North Carolina during the American Revolution.
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