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Law School Crucible
58 minutes | Mar 16, 2021
Be the Change You Are Seeking-A Conversation with Paris Henderson and Madison Fields
On today's episode, Mike, Paris, and Madison discuss the Greensboro Massacre and the push for change that they are advocating for. Feel free to leave a rate and subscribe to keep up with the Podcast.
47 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
"Be a Go Getter"- A Conversation with Brady Hess
On today's episode, Mike Davis and Brady Hess, both 2Ls, talk about their friendship and the importance of having a support system, Also, they talk about some of the notable experiences and opportunities they have had while in Law School. Lastly, they give some tips on being successful in the legal profession.
40 minutes | Feb 16, 2021
Do You Have The Will to Succeed-A Conversation with Zechariah Etheridge
On today's episode Mike Davis and Zechariah Etheridge have a conversation about their experience before and during law school to this point. Zechariah shares advice about how to use your network to take advantage of opportunities. Also, they talk about the importance of getting out of your comfort zone to reach the next level. We hope you enjoy and feel free leave a review and subscribe!
79 minutes | Feb 2, 2021
Don't be afraid to ask questions -A conversation with Sean Jeffcoat
On today's episode Mike Davis and Sean Jeffcoat have a open and honest conversation about a wide array of topics, such as Sean's time in the NFL, his military experience, and his unlikely journey to Elon Law. Feel free to subscribe an leave a review!
32 minutes | Dec 15, 2020
Fail Forward- A Conversation with Professor Tiffany Atkins
On today's episode we are joined by Professor Tiffany Atkins. She Is an Elon Law and UNCG Alumni whose talks about how her experience as a first generation student and legal professional has help her become successful.
69 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
The Power of Experience- A Conversation with Toussaint Romain
On today's episode we are joined by Toussaint Romain, esq. He highlights how his experiences as a first generation American helped him achieved success In the many aspects of his life. Also, he talks about what motivates him to do the work to help those In need. Feel free to leave a review and any feedback.
45 minutes | Nov 3, 2020
Representation Matters-Conversation with Judge Lora Cubbage
On the season 2 premiere of Law School Crucible, we are joined by Judge Lora Cubbage. She talks about her upbring and how the stories she heard while she was the owner of her own barbershop lead her to the legal profession. Additionally, she talks about the reasons she Is now running for a seat on the NC Court of Appeals.
43 minutes | Aug 20, 2019
Be Reflexive- Conversation with Professor Fink
33 minutes | May 25, 2019
Serving Others- Conversation with Dean Wendy Scott
On this episode, we are joined by Professor Wendy B. Scott. she is a nationally recognized scholar of constitutional theory and school desegregation and has joined the Elon Law administration in an innovative approach to further enhancing resources and programs designed to help students achieve success in class and on the bar exam. The experienced doctrinal law professor and administrator leads a team of four professional staff members who coordinate and track academic performance and bar exam preparation. She also teaches bar prep courses required of all Elon Law students during their final trimester. “My goal has always been to make a difference in the lives of law students. Having taught close to 2000 students, my staff and I will work to motivate these future lawyers to learn the skills needed to successfully navigate the short, intense academic experience called law school, pass the bar exam and serve the profession to the best of their abilities.” Feel free to leave a review on your favorite media player.
48 minutes | May 1, 2019
Find Your Purpose- Conversation with Professor Katherine Reynolds
Professor Katherine Reynolds graduated magna cum laude from Franklin College (IN) and received her J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law. She has been working in the area of refugee law since 2012. Additionally, She was a member of the inaugural class of the University of Virginia School of Law's Program in Law and Public Service (2009-2012). Prior to graduating law school, Katherine interned at El Centro Para la Accion Legal en Derechos Humanos in Guatemala City, working alongside indigenous rights activists fighting against hydroelectric projects, demanding an end to the impunity of corrupt state actors, and promoting intercultural bilingual education. Also, Professor Reynolds served as a volunteer in the US Peace Corps in Kazakhstan (2006-2008) and Americorps in Franklin, Indiana (2006).Professor Reynolds was a supervising attorney at a refugee legal aid agency in Cairo, Egypt for three years, serving as the Director in her final year. She managed an international staff of interpreters, attorneys, and volunteer legal advocates who provided assistance in obtaining UNHCR protection, refugee status, and resettlement for refugees and asylum-seekers from Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Iraq, and Syria. Katherine also provided legal representation to Iraqis seeking admission to the US through the DAP and SIV programs. She currently serves as the director of the Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic. We hope you enjoy this episode and feel free to subscribe and leave a comment.
28 minutes | Mar 27, 2019
Perseverance Matters-Conversation with Professor Friedland
Steve Friedland is a founding member of the law school faculty who taught at the law schools of the University of Georgia, Miami, Nova Southeastern and Georgia State before coming to Elon Law. In addition to law teaching, Friedland has served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia and as an Assistant Director of the Office of Legal Education in the Department of Justice. He has won numerous teaching awards at several law schools over three decades and was named one of the best law teachers in America by the Harvard University Press book, What the Best Law Teachers Do. He is an internationally known speaker on legal education who has worked with the Japan Legal Foundation to develop law schools in Japan, and with Afghanistan law schools to improve the rule of law in that country pursuant to a USAID initiative. He has lectured to thousands of students across the country preparing for the bar exam. Friedland holds a juris doctor degree with honors from Harvard Law School, as well as a master of law and doctor of the science of law degrees from Columbia University Law School, where he was a Dollard Fellow in Law, Medicine, and Psychiatry. Among the many things Professor Friedland has accomplished is that He was a 1st generation College and Law School Graduate from a small town in New York. We hope you enjoy the episode and feel free to leave a review. First Generation Legal Professionals and Allies (FGLPA) presents Elon law's first ever podcast series: "Law School Crucible."
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