From L.A. Law to The Matrix

By Mike Martinez (Follow us on LinkedIn) There is no doubt that our biases, experiences, how we process information, all play a part in our personal narrative and journey.  I remember being young and naïve in my perception of the law. I was influenced by Atticus Finch but growing up in the 80’s, I also tookContinue reading “From L.A. Law to The Matrix”

Just A Librarian Doing Indian Law

By Rebecca Plevel (Follow us on LinkedIn) Regardless of where I am working and teaching, I am and will be a librarian doing Indian law. That passion arises from both my heritage (I am a citizen of the Muscogee Creek Nation), and my work in and around Indian Country in Arizona for 30+ years. It alsoContinue reading “Just A Librarian Doing Indian Law”

Different Strokes for Different Folks

By Rebecca Potance (Follow us on LinkedIn) Recently, the Governor of Pennsylvania signed an Executive Order removing four year degree requirements for numerous state jobs. Some people saw this as part of a larger trend in this country of emphasizing skills over degrees in hiring. Unfortunately, someone I know lambasted the decision on social media, claimingContinue reading “Different Strokes for Different Folks”