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Campbell Law Reporter
41 minutes | May 19, 2021
Lawyers and Leaders
In this episode, host Stephen Dinkel talks with Professor Tony Ghiotto, Assistant Professor of Law & the Director of Advocacy Programs at Campbell Law and with Maren Lowrey, the Lawyers and Leaders student coordinator, to discuss the Lawyers and Leaders program at Campbell Law. U.S. News ranked Campbell Law School’s Advocacy Program 15th in the nation in 2020 - the only North Carolina law school to make it in the top 20. The Advocacy Program continues to perform well beyond more name-brand schools in traditional advocacy competitions, bringing home regional, national, and international championships. But good advocacy doesn’t just happen in the courtroom. It doesn’t just happen in law offices or what we think of as traditional litigation or trial work. Good advocacy, zealous advocacy, exists everywhere: from boardrooms and classrooms to the floor of a legislative body and in the courtroom well. When he took over as the director of Campbell’s Advocacy Program, Professor Ghiotto knew he had an opportunity to continue developing Campbell graduates to fulfill the school’s motto: lead with purpose. His background as an Air Force JAG Officer instilled in him a deep appreciation for the intersection between zealous advocacy and leadership. And so he started the law school’s newest program: Lawyers and Leaders.
22 minutes | May 5, 2021
Bruce McLaughlin author of He Said, She S.A.I.D and Then He Went to Jail
Host Jenna Nichols talks with Mr. Bruce McLaughlin as he shares how his life was torn apart by charges too many men find themselves facing in divorce litigation. Mr. McLaughlin hopes that through his exposing book, he can inform the legal community about false allocations in divorce and prevent another parent from suffering from false allocations. Find his book at https://www.amazon.com/He-Said-She-S-I-D-ebook/dp/B08Q69MLXN/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=bruce+mclaughlin&qid=1620145602&sr=8-1
23 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
Scarlett Letter-Removing a Person's Criminal Record
In this episode, Jenna Nichols is speaking to John Rubin about the NC Second Chance Act, which passed in Summer 2020. This episode dives into how NC has patchworked bills, like this one, which aids North Carolinians in removing the harsh effects of a criminal record, giving them a second chance.
54 minutes | Apr 7, 2021
Is Congress Broken? An Interview with Michael Rocca, Ph.D.
Is Congress broken? You'll find out as Stephen Dinkel talks with Congress expert and University of New Mexico Professor Michael Rocca. Stephen and Professor Rocca discuss Congress and some of the historical events that America has faced over the last few years.
21 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
Tatiana M. Terry I Social Justice Reform
Jenna Nichols, Host, sits down with Campbell Law graduate Tatiana M. Terry, as she explains how she uses her experiences to lead with purpose as she works with Campbell Law School to assist in engineering a student Social Justice Project.
52 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
Campbell Law Reporter I Navigating Law School through COVID-19
In this episode, the CLR team bands together to discuss the everyday struggles that have now become routine in their lives as law students. As the episode closes, the CLR members address their new definition of "leading with purpose" and share where they've seen the definition change in response to COVID-19.
31 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
NCDHHS SECRETARY MANDY COHEN | Lessons on Finding Your Passion, Advancing Your Career, and Leading a Coalition
In this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter, Hunter Koehl sits down with NCDHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen to discuss a variety of topics surrounding leadership, career success, and also health law. Hunter challenges Secretary Cohen to dive deeper into five leadership principles that allow her to successfully lead a coalition of over 18,000 employees: (1) Authenticity (2) Values (3) Vision (4) build a coalition and (5) operational execution. --- Listeners interested in finding out more about Secretary Cohen can visit her profile on NCDHHS at: https://www.ncdhhs.gov/about/leadership/dr-mandy-k-cohen. --- If you are a Campbell Law Student looking to get involved with the Campbell Law Reporter, contact us at email@example.com. --- If you are a working professional, law firm, or otherwise seek to promote or speak with the podcast team, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. --- If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a comment and/or rating in the Apple Podcasts app. Your feedback means so much to us!
40 minutes | Mar 26, 2020
3 Tips to Improve Working From Home: A Conversation With Dean Ludington
In today's episode host Lloyd Newman reflects on mistakes made and lessons learned from the first week of social distancing and gives listeners 3 tips to help improve productivity. Stay tuned at the end for helpful advice navigating the job market during the pandemic. This episode features an interview with Dean Sarah Ludington. Dean Ludington is the assistant Dean of Campbell University School of Law. She provides a wealth of knowledge on learning how to learn. Enjoy the show! For Everyone: CDC Guide https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html Johns Hopkins Resource Center https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html Free Internet for 60 Days for Students in Need https://corporate.charter.com/newsroom/charter-to-offer-free-access-to-spectrum-broadband-and-wifi-for-60-days-for-new-K12-and-college-student-households-and-more For Campbell Students: Campbell University Policy Updates https://www.campbell.edu/coronavirus/ Campbell Law Career Services Tip Sheet: https://docs.google.com/document/d/12bze4ehpSmOZwKsLJqDhyeWRBmSiSi-jiivShGPHIJo/edit?usp=sharing
25 minutes | Mar 18, 2020
DEAN RICH LEONARD, CARLIE SPENCER, & LINDSEY REEDY HECK | "Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Raleigh, NC"
On this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter, host Bryant Pernell sits down with Campbell University School of Law's Dean Rich Leonard and students Carlie Spencer and Lindsey Reedy to discuss entrepreneurship in Raleigh and the new Innovate Capital Business Law Clinic.
42 minutes | Mar 4, 2020
MARCUS GADSON | Judges Can Do That? A Voters Guide To Nationwide Injunctions
In this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter, host Lloyd Newman sits down with Civil Procedure Professor and Scholar Marcus Gadson to discuss how civil procedure effects voters and what they can do about it.
42 minutes | Feb 19, 2020
GOVERNOR SUSANA MARTINEZ | Immigration, Prosecuting and the Executive
In this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter, Host Stephen Dinkel sits down with the Nation's first Hispanic Female Governor, former New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez. Stephen and the Governor discuss immigration law, the Governor's experiences as a prosecutor and how law school helped her as an executive.
24 minutes | Feb 5, 2020
LUCAS OSBORN | How To Write a Book For Legal Professionals
In this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter, Host Hunter Koehl sits down with Professor Lucas Osborn to discuss the process he recently endured in writing his new book "3-D Printing and Intellectual Property." Their discussion concerns the process and challenges of writing a book as a legal professional as well as some of the substantive issues Professor Osborn addresses in his book.
17 minutes | Jan 22, 2020
Judge Allegra Collins - "What A Judge Needs From Her Law Clerk"
In this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter, Host Shannon Lackey sits down with Judge Allegra Collins, Judge at the North Carolina Court of Appeals, to discuss what judges may search for in a law clerk, and what prospective law clerks may want to avoid having on their application. Throughout the episode Judge Collins provides professional expertise, personal stories, and a then-clerk-now-judge perspective.
33 minutes | Jan 8, 2020
ELIZABETH BERENGUER - "Basics of Legal Research and Writing""
In this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter, host Bryant Pernell sits down with Campbell Law Professor and Director of Advanced Legal Writing, Elizabeth Berenguer, to discuss her tips for conducting legal research and writing. Throughout the episode, Professor Berenguer explains the importance of utilizing the best practices and processes for legal writing, as well as her new book, "The Legal Scholar's Guidebook," available in February 2020.
10 minutes | Dec 27, 2019
CLR STAFF | "Christmas Special”
In this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter the staff conducts the trial of Grinch v. Santa Clause. The Grinch, represented by Ebenezer Scrooge, is suing Santa for trespass after waking up to find gifts under his tree on Christmas morning. Other characters involved include Tiny Tim, Frosty the Snowman, Cindy Lou, and Buddy the Elf. Leave us a comment below on whether you think Santa is guilty or not!
26 minutes | Dec 11, 2019
MORGAN CUTRIGHT | "Crafting the Perfect Law School Application Essay"
In this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter, Host Shannon Lackey sits down with Morgan Cutright, Director of Admissions at Campbell Law School, to discuss what prospective law students should include in their application essay. Throughout the episode Morgan provides professional expertise, personal stories, and insider secrets about writing the essay.
23 minutes | Nov 27, 2019
ROBERT MONTGOMERY |"Skills to be an Effective Legal Advocate"
In this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter, Host Bailey Kirby sits down with Campbell Law Professor Robert Montgomery to discuss his experiences at the United States Supreme Court. Throughout the episode, Robert discusses tips for effective appellate brief writing and what skills every oralist needs to present a strong oral argument.
41 minutes | Nov 13, 2019
SEAN DOYLE I "Happiness in Lawyering"
In this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter, Host Shannon Lackey sits down with Sean Doyle, General Counsel Attorney at MCNC, to discuss the current depression issue attorneys and law students face in their field, and what simple tips people can employ to help battle the stigma. Throughout the episode Sean provides professional expertise, personal stories, and options for relief of some of the pressures that lawyers face.
22 minutes | Oct 30, 2019
ZACHARY BOLITHO | "How the United States Provides Aid to Countries with Underdeveloped Legal Systems"
In this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter, Host and Editor-in-Chief Hunter Koehl sits down with Campbell Law Professor Zachary Bolitho to discuss his work with the Department of Justice this Summer in East Timor. Throughout the episode Professor Bolitho explains why he believes the United States has the responsibility to assist underdeveloped countries establish their legal system and lessons/principles that attorneys can apply to their everyday practice to more effectively serve their clients and communities.
11 minutes | Oct 10, 2019
CLR STAFF | "The Genesis Episode"
The Campbell Law Reporter's first episode introduces our hosts, explains our mission, and previews what listeners can expect to hear throughout the inaugural season. Episodes are released every other Wednesday. Please rate/review/comment on our show on iTunes. We welcome suggestions for future content with open arms. We can be contacted regarding any questions or media inquiries at email@example.com. Thank you for listening.
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