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Fields of Interest: African American History. Bio: Lori Gates Schuyler is vice president for planning and policy at the University of Richmond where she previously served as chief of staff. Her grandfather from her mother's side was one of the city's founders. After graduating in from Wesleyan College ,  she became a schoolteacher. During her teaching career she met and married a lawyer, Hendley Napier Jr. They had four children together.
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Shortly after, her husband died as a result of the flu epidemic of After losing both her husband and father-in-law, she decided to go back to school; she attended Judge "Lije" Maynard's night school in Macon, studying to become a lawyer. It was uncommon for women in the early s to become lawyers, and Napier found it difficult to obtain a job. She decided to open her own practice.
She became the first female lawyer to argue in front of both the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court. She also became the first woman to win a pardon for a convicted client before the client served any of his sentence. After the approval of the 19th Amendment in , which allowed women to vote, Napier was convinced by the editor of the Macon News to run for General Assembly and hence became one of the first two women to be welcomed into the House of Representatives in Georgia.