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Campbell Law Reporter is a legal podcast that strives to expand the university mission to lead with purpose by reporting with purpose. We hope to breathe new life into the dusty reporters on the shelves by reporting the content through captivating discussion. Our mission is to provide current & interesting reporting on legal topics affecting today’s professionals. Listeners can expect to hear from various hosts throughout the year.

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Campbell Law Reporter is a legal podcast that strives to expand the university mission to lead with purpose by reporting with purpose. We hope to breathe new life into the dusty reporters on the shelves by reporting the content through captivating discussion. Our mission is to provide current & interesting reporting on legal topics affecting today’s professionals. Listeners can expect to hear from various hosts throughout the year.

    The Cost of Justice: Equal Access to Civil Representation

    The Cost of Justice: Equal Access to Civil Representation

    In this week’s episode, join Kassie, Emily, and Carollyn, as they explore and discuss the disparity in access to representation for civil cases that, like many other issues, disproportionately affects low-income and minority populations. The episode centers around the expanding need for lawyers and alternative resources in North Carolina to help lessen this disparity and provide equal access to representation to all. This week’s guests provide their individual experiences in attempting…

    • 56 min
    Asked & Answered -- Beyond the Ballot

    Asked & Answered -- Beyond the Ballot

    On this week's episode, students Madelyn Bruckel, Corey Alcivar, Clara Ellington, and Kyndall Shaw talk about ballot initiatives and the impact of direct democracy on civil rights. To learn more about what they are and how they work, they interviewed Professor Terri Enns, a law professor at  Moritz School of Law at Ohio State. Professor Enns discussed the function of ballot initiatives, the process for getting issues on the ballot, and the pros and cons of this form of direct democracy. Nicole Morino, a reproductive rights activist through Catholics for Choice, spoke to us about her role in the recent election in Ohio where citizens voted to amend the state constitution to include the right to reproductive choice. Next, because ballot initiatives are not available in North Carolina, they spoke to Campbell's own Professor Rick Glazier to learn what North Carolinians can do to have their voices heard. Finally, they spoke with Miguel Hernandez to learn about the downsides of ballot initiatives and how language can be used to misguide voters.

    • 43 min
    Author Jay Leutze on Land Conservation

    Author Jay Leutze on Land Conservation

    On this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter Podcast, Host Brian Hendrick is joined by attorney and author Jay Leutze. The pair discuss land conservation laws and what it means to lead with purpose!

    • 35 min
    Not the New Norm: Domestic Violence and its Combatants in our Campbell Community

    Not the New Norm: Domestic Violence and its Combatants in our Campbell Community

    On this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter, Blake Swanner '25 is speaking with Kaylee Olander '25 and Emma Tillotson '24 from Law Students Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence. October is domestic violence awareness month and this episode not only brings awareness to resources available to victims but also ways to get active in the community. 
    https://nccadv.org/get-help
    Help find rape crisis centers near you

    http://www.nccasa.org/
    Help find rape crisis centers near you

    https://ncdoj.gov/crime-lab/
    Rape kits and the rape kit testing backlog

    https://www.sexualassaultkittracking.ncdoj.gov/SexualAssaultKitTracking/
    Rape kit collection tracking

    http://www.nc-van.org/
    Victim assistance network

    www.thehotline.org
    National domestic violence hotline
    (800) 787-7233

    (800) 273-8255
    National suicide prevention lifeline

    https://www.rainn.org/
    (800) 656-HOPE (4673)
    National sexual assault hotline

    https://www.strongheartshelpline.org/resources-supportive-organizations/
    Domestic violence and dating hotline for Native Americans
    (844) 762-8483

    https://victimconnect.org/
    (855) 4VICTIM (484-2846)
    Helps victims learn about their rights, options, and referrals

    • 17 min
    Yale Law Professor Stephen Duke on Wrongful Convictions

    Yale Law Professor Stephen Duke on Wrongful Convictions

    On this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter Podcast, host Brian Hedrick is joined by Professor Emeritus from Yale Law School Stephen Duke to discuss the impact of wrongful convictions in the criminal justice system, innovations in forensic science, and potential policy reform regarding exonerations.
     

    • 29 min
    Austin Tomlin ’24 on Deer Hunting with Hounds: A Southern Tradition

    Austin Tomlin ’24 on Deer Hunting with Hounds: A Southern Tradition

    On this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter Podcast, host Brian Hedrick talks with 3L Austin Tomlin about his new book Deer Hunting with Hounds: A Southern Tradition.  This episode features discussions on the law and ethics surrounding this type of hunting.

    • 35 min

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