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Event Recap: Decriminalizing Race and Poverty: What’s Working and What You Can Do

Last Tuesday, I attended the informative and inspiring symposium Decriminalizing Race and Poverty: What’s Working and What You Can Do, presented by the Southern Center for Human Rights. When I try to write about this in calm, clear sentences, I

Posted in Criminal Law, Events, Personal/Professional Reflection

Returning from Hiatus

  Hi everyone! Well, the hiatus went much further than I said it would for reasons that are probably boring to discuss too much. For one thing, this blog initially started out as a class assignment, and we weren’t supposed

Posted in Administrative, Personal/Professional Reflection

Reflection: The Value of Offensive Speech

Readers most responded to the case of the KKK’s fight to¬†participate in Georgia’s Adopt-a-Highway program. Another reader suggested I write about a free speech controversy at my own university. My¬†thoughts on both issues overlap.

Posted in Free Speech, Personal/Professional Reflection

From Despair to Determination

I can’t pinpoint the precise moment, but sometime during the winter of my second year of law school, I had sunk into career despair.

Posted in Personal/Professional Reflection
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