Campbell Law’s ‘First Ladies of the N.C. Judiciary’ exhibit featured on podcast, video

In honor of Women’s History Month, Campbell Law School Dean J. Rich Leonard is featured on a bonus episode of the North Carolina Courts “All Things Judicial” podcast that explores the law school’s historic exhibit, “First Ladies of the North Carolina Judiciary.”

The 2015 exhibit, which was originally commissioned by the North Carolina Supreme Court Historical Society, contains rare photographs and artifacts of North Carolina’s first women judges. The tour is led by Dean J. Rich Leonard.

In addition to the audio podcast, there is a virtual exhibit tour at this link:

There is also a shoutout to the Campbell Law Reporter, a student led podcast in the NCCourts podcast.

“All Things Judicial” is a podcast about the important role of the North Carolina Judicial Branch in state government. The podcast, which began in February 2021, follows a bi-monthly release schedule with each new episode available for download every other Wednesday. On the podcast you can hear interviews from recognizable figures in our judicial communities and learn about topics you may not have realized were related to what we do every day – human trafficking prevention, civics education and the increased modernization of our courts.