Depression and Law School Part I.
Depression and Law School Part II.
The first episode of the Legal Dose for Spring 2013 is available on youtube for your listening pleasure!
This week the Legal Dose is bringing you three Pro Bono Week Special Reports.
Special Report 1 features an interview with Professor Cindy Adcock, Director of Experiential Education at the Charlotte School of Law. She discusses the focus on experiential education as well as many ways students can get involved in the course offerings.
Special Report 2 features an interview with 2012 Charlotte Law graduate and former Civil Rights Clinic member, Isaac Sturgill. During this report Isaac shares his journey through experiential education and how it helped him get his first job at Legal Aid.
In Special Report 3 we close out Pro Bono week by speaking to several of the special guests on campus at Charlotte Law: Professor Gene Nichols, Erik Ortega and Cait Clarke. As the Access to Justice Symposium looked at the Civil Gideon movement, we got many looks at how people nationwide are impacting the movement.
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Today on the Legal Dose we have a Get to Know the Professor segment featuring Professor Victoria Taylor, who has a “first” connection to Charlotte School of Law. Then we have information about the upcoming Access to Justice Symposium and an introduction to the Civil Rights Clinic’s new Certificates of Relief project.
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On the latest episode of the Legal Dose we have information kicking off Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We also have the Legal Dose original, The Laws of Nature and The Get to Know Your Professor segment.
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The Legal Dose team gets all your financial aid questions answered during this in-depth discussion with Financial Aid Director, Lauren Mack.
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On this week’s episode of the Legal Dose hosts Ashely Washington and Dominika Washington will talk with Civil Rights Clinic member Brandy Hagler about her involvement with the National Lawyers Guild during the DNC. We will have a segment featuring Charlotte’s very own Mayor Anthony Foxx and his thoughts during the DNC. Then the Legal Dose will have a special feature with Professor Charles Ogletree from Harvard Law School. Finally, we will conclude the episode with a segment from Professor Christie Mathews and her involvement with the Civic Engagement team during the DNC. And that will conclude the Legal Dose episodes regarding the DNC. Enjoy!
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Welcome back to season two of the Legal Dose! We’re starting off this season with some extra special coverage of the 2012 Democratic National Convention since it happened right here in Charlotte, North Carolina. Sit back and listen to some key people like Rob Zerban and Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx discuss the importance of this event and political awareness overall. Check in with some pretty cool green-hat-wearing National Lawyers Guild Legal Observers and get revved up with a hype BET Respect My Vote report. The Legal Dose is back for another exciting run!
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