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Courting Justice

By Ashley Caveda

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Description

Courting Justice is a podcast created by Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic meant to enrich and inform our listeners. Every episode features our seasoned staff along with special guests, including social justice leaders and experts from our community partners. We focus on issues of faith, justice, and their intersection with pro bono legal services. Through our conversation, guests provide listeners with legal information and answers to common questions, sharing compelling and personal stories from their work as they go. We also invite our listeners to ask us questions via Twitter to help shape future podcasts. Share your thoughts now!

Customer Reviews

Looking forward to more episodes!

When someone has a medical crisis they go to the emergency room, but where can they go for a legal emergency?

It is so inspiring to hear the stories of Director Chris Purnell and Attorney General Candidate Abby Kuzma fighting so fiercely to represent the underserved in everything from seeking asylum to securing social security disability.

Looking forward to hearing more of these important stories!

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Awesome podcast

This emotionally powerful podcast has all the elements needed to revitalize one's faith in humanity. The narratives are inspiring and the speakers are engaging. The seemingly unintentional rhetoric for increasing and improving under privileged individuals' access to legal assistance was powerfully convincing, to say the least. Can't wait for podcast episode #2.

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