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Linda Gensler Kaufmann

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Linda Gensler Kaufmann, American lawyer. Bar: Oklahoma 1991, United States District Court (western district) Oklahoma 1991, United States Court Appeals (10th circuit) 1994. Recipient Journal Record award Journal Record Public Company, 1990, Service award Oklahoma City University School Law Alumni Association, 1991. Member Oklahoma Bar Association.

Background

Kaufmann, Linda Gensler was born on January 8, 1964 in Enid, Oklahoma, United States. Daughter of Delbert John and Nina Irene (Stiles) Gensler.

Education

Bachelor, University Oklahoma, 1988. Juris Doctor, Oklahoma City University, 1991.

Career

Associate attorney White, Coffey, Galt & Fite, Professional Corporation, Oklahoma City, 1991-1996, Edinger &— Blakley, Professional Corporation, Oklahoma City, since 1996.

Achievements

  • Bar: Oklahoma 1991, United States District Court (western district) Oklahoma 1991, United States Court Appeals (10th circuit) 1994.

Works

  • Editor-in-chief Oklahoma City University Law Review, 1990-1991.

Religion

God offers a loving relationship. The Covenant is not a contract in which God and human beings agree to provide particular goods and services for each other. God has freely and graciously already made it possible.

Views

Libelous language with regard to nationality, ethnic background, sexuality or gender does not assess the value of individual and contradicts the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Membership

Member Oklahoma Bar Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, painting.

Connections

Married Michael Clement Kaufmann, May 13, 1989. Children: Matthew Clement, Lauren Nicole.

father:
Delbert John Gensler

mother:
Nina Irene (Stiles) Gensler

spouse:
Michael Clement Kaufmann

children:
Matthew Clement Kaufmann

Lauren Nicole Kaufmann

Politics

All human life is sacred and created by God and therefore, we must see all human life as significant and valuable. When governments implement the death penalty, then the life of the convicted person is devalued and all possibility of change in that person’s life ends.