This week on the show, we’ve been taking a look back at some of the key themes, topics, and moments from our first 70 episodes. Each episode focuses on a different topic playing a central role in the future of the profession, and today’s show is a meaningful one: In it, we will revisit the series of interviews we conducted in the wake of the death of George Floyd and the subsequent protests that shined a spotlight on systemic racism, police misconduct, and the need for lasting reform.
This episode features valuable insights from:
- C. Raphael Davis-Williams, Director of Equity and Inclusion at ACLU of Ohio
- André Robert Lee, Director, Producer, Professor, and Keynote Speaker at Point Made Learning
- Tiffany Graves, Pro Bono Counsel at Bradley
- I. Stephanie Boyce, Deputy Vice President of The Law Society of England & Wales
- Andrea Alexander, NYC Attorney and Social Change Advocate
- Geneviéve Jones-Wright, Executive Director at Community Advocates for Just and Moral Governance (MoGo)
Tiffany Graves and C. Raphael Davis-Williams will be joining Clio’s Innovate Legal Online e-Meetup, How to be an Advocate for Access to Justice and Legal Reform. You can learn more about this virtual event and watch on-demand here.