Sunday, May 14, 2017

Justice Cases for the Classroom

This summer, I am teaching LGLS 3020 (Introduction to Law), a GSU Robinson elective class that let's me explore some non-business topics.  As a part of the class, we examine justice issues in civil and criminal cases.  Class meets M/W at 1:50p.m.

Introduction to Justice Cases for Students

Unlike Hollywood law dramas, which neatly wrap up cases in an hour or two, achieving actual justice through the legal system is often slow, frustrating, and requires patience and persistence.

Below are real cases that I have studied, written about, and in some instances, maintained contact with the legal underdogs involved.  Each case has deeply personal significance to me for different reasons, and thus I write about them in the first person.  My hope is that if teachers and students experience my passion and engagement, they may be inspired to follow a local, national, or international cause and choose to participate as an impactful voice, whether through social media or some other avenue.

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