This week, we have an illustrious guest AND an illustrious guest host! Allie Menegakis of SC4CJR joins Amber, Dayne and Joseph as they chat with Pamela Robinson. Ms. Robinson is the director of the University of South Carolina Law School Pro Bono Program. As part of her work with the Pro Bono Program, she developed an exciting new venture to help provide legal services to people in outlying and rural areas. You can follow the Pro Bono Program on Twitter at @USCLawProBono, and you can follow the Palmetto Leader Bus at @PalmettoLeader1.
Dayne, Joseph and AMBER (!) are joined today by Donna White, associate director for South Carolina for Criminal Justice Reform and owner of Donna White Counseling and Consulting. Donna, a licensed professional counselor, shares her experience with mental health and substance use disorders, particularly in relation to criminal justice.
You can get more information on SC4CJR at SC4CJR.org and follow Donna White on Twitter at @DonnaWhiteLPC.
This week, Joseph and Dayne are joined by law students Suha Najjar and Zachary Turner to talk about the upcoming South Carolina Law Review Symposium. Suha and Zach, who are symposium editors for the SC Law Review discuss how they developed this year’s panels and how attorneys can get CLE credit for attending.
More information on this year’s symposium is available at the SC Law Review website. You can also follow the Law Review on Twitter at @SCLawReview.
On this week’s episode, Joseph and Dayne host returning guest Allie Menegakis to discuss her work in the area of criminal justice reform in South Carolina as well as the impact of COVID-19 on the state’s court system. Menegakis is a criminal defense attorney with the law firm of Adams and Bischoff in Charleston as well as the founder of South Carolina for Criminal Justice Reform.
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On this week’s episode, Joseph and Dayne take a moment to reintroduce you, the listeners, to The Direct Examination Podcast and to discuss the legal perspective of current events you might have heard about in the past few weeks.
On our first episode of 2021, Joseph and Amber are joined by former SC House Rep. Mandy Powers Norrell. The former South Carolina House representative shares her experience in state politics, including how she balanced her law practice and her political career.
You can follow Mandy on Twitter at @mpowersnorrell and keep up to date on her career at MandyNorrell.com.
For the last episode of 2020, we decided to revisit some of our favorite war stories. Tune in to hear war stories from Kenny Berger, LaRone Washington, Kenny Gardner, Nick Lewis, Adair Boroughs, Brad Willis, William Hubbard, Mike Pinilla, Todd Ellis and Daniel Coble.