"Providing a Broader Perspective of News and Information for the Triangle's Legal Community"
Triangle Urban Law Journal to publish July 2017
Senior Editor, Kelvin De'Marcus Allen
Staff Report - Triangle Urban Law Journal, a publication whose mission is to provide "A broader perspective of news and information" directed toward the Triangle's burgeoning legal community, will publish its first edition the week of July 26, 2017.
According to senior editor, Kelvin De'Marcus Allen, the publication has been in the conceptualization process for nearly four years and is now ready to make its mark in the Triangle and beyond. "It's no secret the Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill areas have seen tremendous growth over last decade, and with that growth, a burgeoning legal community has emerged," Allen said. "I believe North Carolina's rapid growth industries, increasingly diverse population and growing landscape serve as the perfect backdrop for the Triangle Urban Law Journal's informative exposes, legal profiles and thought provoking editorials," he said.
TULJ's July 2017 cover story will feature pioneering civil rights activist, feminist, lawyer, poet and episcopal saint, Pauli Murray. Born in Baltimore, but raised mostly by her maternal grandparents in Durham, North Carolina. Among her many accomplishments, Murray became the first black woman to be ordained as an Episcopal priest.
Beady Waddel, III
For Shelia Huggins, life is a canvas and one hasn't fully lived until that canvas has been filled with...
Perseverance is an all too familiar term to Attorney Beady Waddell. In fact, Waddell's journey...
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