Campbell Law Reporter Podcast Episode 2: Professor Zachary Bolitho discusses DOJ work in East Timor

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Campbell Law School students launched the first full-length episode of the inaugural Campbell Law Reporter (CLR) Podcast on Wednesday, Oct. 30. CLR is a legal podcast that strives to expand the university’s mission to lead with purpose by reporting with purpose.

In this episode of the Campbell Law Reporter, Host and Editor-in-Chief Hunter Koehl sits down with Campbell Law Professor Zachary Bolitho to discuss his work with the Department of Justice in the summer of 2019 in East Timor.

Throughout the episode Professor Bolitho explains why he believes the United States has the responsibility to assist underdeveloped countries establish their legal system and lessons/principles that attorneys can apply to their everyday practice to more effectively serve their clients and communities.

You can subscribe and listen to the podcast at this link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/campbell-law-reporter/id1483124791

The staff invites listeners to leave reviews and/or comments regarding the podcast on iTunes.

Suggestions, questions or media inquiries should be sent to campbelllawreporter@email.campbell.edu

Happy listening!

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