Caitlin Peterson received her undergraduate degree from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she majored in English and minored in anthropology. This year, she was elected as the Delegate of Diversity for the American Bar Association Law Student Division. At W&L Law, she is the Vice President and Moot Court Coordinator of the Black Law Student Association, Project Manager for Pro-Bono Board, and a proud member of WLSO and Tax Law Society.
Melissa Waugh talks about her life as a mother taking care of her two hyphenated kids as well as being a part-time lawyer specializing in special education law.
Judge Wilhelmina Wright shares her advice to any young, aspiring judges about building confidence, taking responsibility, and overcoming barriers in their careers.
Betsy West and Julie Cohen discuss their movie, The documentary RBG, as well as what makes the film unique, why they chose the subject, and what makes Justice Ginsburg worthy of her own documentary.
It can be hard to maintain mental wellness as a law student because of established stigmas and a lack of available resources. We talk about how students are working on changing this.
Benjamin Davis shares his personal experience as a law professor and how law students can foster relationships with their professors.
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