The Legal Eagle Review is an informative and thought-provoking weekly radio show where the show hosts, NCCU law professors Irving Joyner and April Dawson, talk with guest experts and discuss current legal and political issues affecting everyday people in Durham, the surrounding community, and the state. The show airs on WNCU 90.7 FM on Sundays from 7-8p. The Legal Eagle Review is sponsored by the North Carolina Central University School of Law.
Impact and Importance of Allen v. Milligan
On this show, we discuss the Allen v. Milligan decision and its expected impacts and implications with guests Marcus Bass, the Executive Director of the North Carolina Black Alliance, and Kathleen Roblez, the Senior Voting Rights Counsel and Litigation Manager at Forward Justice.
Using ChatGPT and Other LLMs for Legal Research
Given the recent story in the news of the lawyer who used ChatGPT for legal research and cited fabricated cases created by ChatGPT in their brief, on this show, we discuss the limitations and best practices for using ChatGPT and other LLMs for legal research by lawyers and laypeople with guests Richelle Reid, Assistant Law Library Director at NCCU School of Law, Austin, Director of the Law Library & Professor of Law at Georgetown University School of Law, and Shelly DeAdder, Senior Professor of Legal Writing and Coordinator of the 1L Legal Writing Program at NCCU School of Law.
Asian American and Pacific Islander or AAPI Heritage Month 2023
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. On this show, we discuss the challenges facing the AAPI community and how we might be better allies with guests NCCU Law Professor Kevin Lee and Chavi Koneru, Executive Director of North Carolina Asian Americans Together.
North Carolina Legislative Effort to Limit the Teaching of African American History and CRT
On this show, we explore current efforts to oppose the enactment of legislation that will curtail the teaching of African American history or Critical Race Theory in North Carolina, its impact on educational institutions and teachers, and whether legal remedies exist to resist these efforts with Peggy Nicholson, a Clinical Professor of Law and the Supervising Attorney for the Children Law Center at Duke University School of Law.
NCCU School of Law 2023 Graduating Law Students
On this show, we talk with four of our most recent North Carolina Central University School of Law graduates and soon-to-be new lawyers who discuss their life’s journey through a demanding law school experience.
Efforts To Erase African American History and Culture
On this show, we talk with Dr. Ronda Taylor Bullock, who is the co-founder and Executive Director of We Are, a Durham-based organization that provides anti-racism training for children, families, and educators, about the need for anti-racist education and the important work of her organization.
Love The Program and Host!
I listen to the show every Sunday and I’m so thankful that it’s in Podcast format! Yea! I can go back and listen to episodes again if I like. Love it!
This program is very educational regardless of your profession. April Dawson and Irv Joyner are excellent interviewers and host. I highly recommend subscribing and listening to the podcast if you can’t listen on Sundays at 7pm. Keep up the good work!
Ignorance is a Choice
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