Nicolas Kublicki (JD ’92) and Bob Goff recently celebrated the successes of their spring book publications. Both adjunct faculty members at the School of Law, Kublicki and Goff have received rave reviews for their work.
Kublicki’s The Tesla Formula is based on the mysterious life of famed inventor, Nikola Tesla, who died in the midst of World War II while completing an extraordinary invention. The thriller, a Rellihan Satterlee publication, takes readers through a tale of conspiracy and murder, all in an attempt to uncover the Tesla’s secret.
Goff’s Love Does: Discover a Secretly Incredible Life in an Ordinary World, which includes a forward from bestselling author Donald Miller, shares the impact of showing love through kind and thoughtful actions. Publishers at Thomas Nelson sell the story based on Goff’s honest and somewhat unique approach to his own success.
“As a college student, he spent 16 days in the Pacific Ocean with five guys and a crate of canned meat,” the company wrote in a press release. “As a father, he took his kids on a world tour to eat ice cream with heads of state. He made friends in Uganda and they liked him so much, he became the Ugandan consul. He pursued his wife for three years before she agreed to date him. His grades weren’t good enough to get into law school, so he sat on a bench outside the dean’s office for seven days until they finally let him enroll.”
In addition to his teaching at the School of Law, Goff is the founder of Restore International, a nonprofit fighting injustices committed against children in Uganda and India. He also shares leadership in a Washington law firm, Goff & DeWalt and serves as the Honorary Consul for the Republic of Uganda to the United States. Kublicki is president of Kublicki Properties, a real estate investment company.