Name: Harry L. Munsinger
Place of Birth: Spaulding, Nebraska.
Family: David B. Munsinger (son), Douglas S. Munsinger (son), Inga L. Munsinger (daughter), & Brita A. Munsinger (daughter).
Education: M.A., Ph.D., University of Oregon, Eugene; Post-Doctoral Fellow—Yale University; J.D., Duke University School of Law.
Firm Name: Law Office of Harry L. Munsinger.
Member of Collaborative Divorce Texas since: 2010
I started practicing Collaboratively because: I couldn’t stand what litigation was doing to my divorce clients and the collaborative process made sense to me as a way to preserve family relationships during divorce.
What I like best about this job: Working with great clients to get them divorced with dignity.
My hobbies are: Reading, kayaking, hiking, swimming, sailing, wine tasting, cooking, and loafing.
My last meal would consist of: A rare filet, grilled vegetables, salad, and a bottle of Cabernet.
My favorite restaurant is: Cappy’s in Alamo Heights.
The most interesting thing I have ever done is: Sky Diving.
The two greatest influences of my life have been: My training in Psychology and the Law.
I drive a: BMW X3.
I wish I drove a: I am happy with my BMW—I would drive a Ferrari if there were no speed limits on American highways.
I am currently reading: The Liberation Trilogy by Rick Atkinson—a definitive history of WW II.
Favorite book: The Elements of Legal Style by Bryan A. Garner.
Favorite music: Ludwig van Beethoven—Piano sonata # 8.
Favorite orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra.
4 Fantasy dinner guests – Sigmund Freud, Charles Darwin, Thomas Jefferson & Clarence Darrow.
Favorite quote: Murphy’s Law—"If something can go wrong, it will at the worst possible time.”
My friends say my greatest assets are: Organization and reliability.
The most important advice I could give a teenager is: Pay attention to your dreams.