Leslie Henry has published in peer-review medical journals and leading law reviews, as well as guest edited symposia for Forum on Health Economics & Policy and Journal of Law Medicine & Ethics.
Harper’s magazine proved a formidable rival. However, The National Eye magazine enjoyed great popularity among readers who relied on illustrations as news updates.
Early Life and Education
Leslie Harris is an American historian specializing in pre-Civil War African American history. She has taught at numerous colleges, and written several books. Leslie’s research explores how foodways, narrative theory, and grassroots movements for social change intersect.
He was an insightful and compassionate individual, always willing to offer assistance but ready and determined when dealing with injustice or wrong-doing. His groundbreaking ideas about lung sounds, specialty nurses, and rehabilitation for cardiothoracic disease patients were years ahead of their time.
He was also active in Irish church politics of his time, preaching against covenant in Lisburn and writing an explanatory Latin sermon entitled ‘Examen Conjurationis Scoticae’ on this issue (Strafford Letters, ii. 345). Additionally he participated as prolocutor at Irish convocation of 1634.
Leslie Henry is a highly accomplished litigator and partner at Adams and Reese Law Firm with offices across 21 U.S. cities. She represents and advises large corporations in numerous aspects of litigation.
As a basketball player, she was one of the premier performers in Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). She played five seasons with Los Angeles Sparks and received many honors – league MVP, regular-season MVP and All-Star MVP were just among them.
Leslie Henry represented the USA national team at both of the Olympic Games held in 1996 and 2000, competing as an alternate in both of those years. Additionally, she remains actively involved with sports; serving as coach of Morningside high school girls’ basketball. Furthermore, Leslie Henry advocates for nursing professionals at all levels of global healthcare decision-making processes.
Achievement and Honors
Leslie Henry has received many honors throughout her professional career, but in 2018 was honored with receiving the UCLA Henry Samueli Engineering Professional Achievement Award, which honors alumni who have distinguished themselves within their fields while showing leadership and commitment to engineering profession.
Adams and Reese has two offices located in Houston and New Orleans; she serves on their Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee and mentors younger attorneys through their mentoring program.
She leaves behind two sons, O’Ryan and Jaela Cole; an adopted stepson Jaela Cole; a brother Bernard Henry; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and special friends that would take up too much room here to mention. Predeceased are her parents and one sister; special thanks are extended to Christy and Albert Keuler for providing caregiving assistance while she lived.
Leslie Meltzer Henry is an assistant professor of bioethics and law at the University of Maryland Carey School of Law, where her research and scholarship primarily address constitutional law, bioethics, public health law and policy and reproductive justice issues.
Music therapy is also one of her specialty areas and she has worked with individuals of all ages who suffer from behavioral symptoms, mental illness and physical disabilities for over 20 years.
Leslie’s Illustrated News quickly proved an enormous hit, selling for ten cents each week or four dollars annually. The newspaper’s wood engravings made it much more visually appealing than its competition and attracted both barely literate and more educated readers alike. During the Civil War years both Leslie’s Illustrated News and Harper’s offered graphic accounts of events as they unfolded.
Leslie Henry boasts a net worth of $525,000. She holds various endorsements deals and supports several philanthropy causes, as well as owning multiple houses and cars.
Ben Henry has an obsession for all things early 90’s, particularly music from that era (he even owns his own record player!). Specifically he enjoys R.E.M and Husker Du bands; their albums can be found among his collection alongside those of many other artists.
Chris expresses concern to Ben about Leslie receiving preferential treatment due to their relationship. It turns out Ben has an intense fear of police officers and has hired a maintenance worker as an intermediary for him in order to keep quiet about Leslie and Ben’s pairing. Furthermore, his personal life is complicated by both parents being divorced, creating an awkward dynamic between himself and his father.