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Dana D. Eilers - Eclectic Egyptian Witch, Retired Pagan Attorney

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Dana D. Eilers is a 1978 graduate of Smith College and a 1981 cum laude graduate of the New England School of Law, where she was published in the Law Review and served as one of its editors. She is a licensed attorney in the states of Illinois (Regis. No. 06184011); Massachusetts (Massachusetts BBO No. 152030), and Missouri (Mo. Bar. No. 0032335). From 1982-1998, Dana practiced as a civil litigator with active trial firms in St. Louis, Missouri where the bulk of her practice was in the states of Illinois and Missouri. She is currently retired from the active practice of law and lives in Chatham, Massachusetts where she writes and consults on various matters, both material and ephemeral. She is the author of THE PRACTICAL PAGAN (Career Press/New Page Books; April, 2002) and PAGANS AND THE LAW: UNDERSTAND YOUR RIGHTS (Career Press/New Page Books; July, 2003). Her legal commentary in the Pagan community is widely quoted and recently, her work has appeared in a collection of legal essays addressing religious rights. Other authors in the collection included United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Presently, she writes a column for GREEN EGG ON LIFE, entitled "Brief Bits: Legal Topics for Pagans." She created and facilitated Conversations with Pagans, a forum where the Pagan curious, the Pagan friendly, and the Pagan folk discussed all topics of interest. Dana has presented this forum at many different events and in different places all over the country. For years, she has taught classes regarding Wicca, magick, and ritual. For many years, she served on the Ritual Committee for both the Pagan Picnic and Magickal Weekend. As such, she helped to create and perform public ritual for groups ranging in size from less than a dozen to approximately 250. She was a co-founder of The Occasional Coven in St. Louis. In Massachusetts, she has appeared on several radio programs on WOMR Outermost Radio in Provincetown, and she has been featured in articles in TH