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You are bigger than your worst mistake

August 06, 2020

If Maya Angelou died at age 20, she would’ve died a prostitute and single mom. If Malcom X died at age 20, he would have died as Detroit Red—a woman beater and drug addict. If Robert Downey Jr. died at age 37, he would have died a repeat


Interim prisoners: Why law schools should go on prison tours

August 23, 2016

This summer, I had the amazing opportunity to intern for the State of Connecticut’s Attorney General’s Office. One of the perks that comes with this opportunity, other than the endless learning opportunities and seminars, is the prison tour. Throughout the course of the internship, we

TWELFTH CIRCUIT: Susy Sobel: Inspired by Work with Prison Inmates

December 01, 2014

By Lauren E. Hill Lauren E. Hill, a 3L at Arizona State University College of Law, is Fifteenth Circuit lieutenant governor of communications and public relations for the ABA Law Student Division. Susy Sobel, a 1L at Seattle University School of Law, said that her mom sometimes has a tough time explaining