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Ryan and Chuck talk to Kamran Khan, a practicing lawyer, about his career path and everyday responsibilities.
My mom talks about living in Poland during Marshal Law and the different things she experienced. She also relates that time period to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic
My dad talks about when he was a police officer, a bail agent and a bounty hunter and how they work in a law standpoint.
Isabella White interviews her mother, Rachel Morales on her career and schooling. They also discussed Rachel’s lifetime love of law.
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Marisol Roten. Marisol, a Mother of 3, and I have a conversation about her experiences growing up in the Rio Grande Valley. The experience of growing up without her biological father, having...
One Small Step conversation partners Tosca Hieftje (65) and Carin Mayo (52) discuss womanhood, pets and finding what diversity means.
Ira Elegant lived in New York until he was twelve years old when he moved to Miami Beach. He was highly intelligent and ended up becoming a lawyer. After he met his first wife, Sharon, he raised a family with...
Sydney Ginter (English, Creative Writing & Publishing and Ancient Civilations) from Dr. Sarah Bond's Roman Law, Order, and Crime course speaks to Vance Davis (Environmental Engineering and Secondary Education) and Haley Triem (English & Creative Writing and Art) about 1)...
From his Puerto Rican roots to his experiences and life and in the courtroom, we talk to Howard Morales for a Thanksgiving Listen.
This was an interview with Mary Hoefer about her life practicing law.
Rosiland (56 y.o.) discusses the evolution of personal growth related to empathy, compassion, and care of the dying as a hospice nurse. She also talks about searching for meaningful/non-superficial relationships.
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Anonymous 22 . Anonymous tells me about how she and her mother immigrated to the United States to escape an abusive relationship with her birth father. She talks about her dreams and...
I interview my father on his opinions of the COVID-19 pandemic that’s going on in the world right now. We talk about everyday life and how he feels about the laws that have been placed.
Grandpa Ray Young, who retired from the practice of law last year at age 91, was interviewed by his 5-year-old Great-Granddaughter Charlotte Clark-Lietar (with help from Charlotte’s mom, Charity R. Clark). Grandpa Ray lived his whole life in the Boston...
Hannah Gimpel (33) interviews her father, Jonathan "Jon" Motl (72), about his influential work in public policy and service in Montana.
Interview of “Twink” Starr - Beloved, oldest YMCA Camp Willson Alum ( 96 ). Dedicated in honor of Twink’s Civic Leadership and the life of Chris Bradley.
In this interview, conducted on April 2018 in Troy, Michigan, Isabella Cook (12) interviews her grandma, Elizabeth Pezzetti (76), about her journey to become a judge. Elizabeth reflects upon her story and shares some inspiring memories. These memories include how...
Thad Murphy discusses his timeline from working as a minor in order to help his family to working at his education and law school. He discusses law school as he experienced it: difficult and stressful, yet fulfilling and gratifying. Additionally,...
My dad grew up in Evergreen,Colorado. He liked to ride his motorcycle around and participate in student government in highschool. He married my mom christine, whom he met at his apartment complex. He went to law school, and works as...