Meghan Steenburgh is a 2L in the JDi program at Syracuse University College of Law. She is a graduate of Georgetown University and holds a Master of Science in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Communications. Meghan’s status as a law school student follows a career in broadcast journalism, corporate communications, politics, and state government. Meghan is a fourth-generation harpist; she also enjoys mountain running and mountain biking. Meghan is married with four young children.
Patrick Krill discusses legal field mental health issues and offers strategies for monitoring and improving personal wellness.
Lauren Jackson shares forward-thinking tactics for preparing yourself for a fulfilling legal career.
National security expert and Syracuse University professor William Banks sheds light on how current events interact with our nation’s security and the law.
Public Justice Center staff attorney John Pollock outlines current efforts to institute the right to counsel in civil matters.
Zach Neumann explains how lawyers and law students can help tenants facing eviction during the pandemic.
Angela Tripp shares insights into her rewarding work with the successful Michigan Legal Help Program.
Jim St. Germain shares his experiences in the juvenile justice system and the critical role of mentors in his path to becoming a leader in his community.
Attorney Natasha Fortune discusses her work at the Legal Aid Society of New York in the Juvenile Rights Practice and the cycles of racial injustice that affect her work with children of color.
Attorney Robert Barnett sits down with host Meghan Steenburgh to discuss his storied career including his work with ten Presidential campaigns.
Sally Fisher Curran discusses her career in legal aid.
ABA Law Student Podcast host Meghan Steenburgh hosts two sets of interviews focused on online legal education.
Dan Sullivan shares his career journey and advice for today’s law students.
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