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Jul 29, 2022

In this episode, Kathryn welcomes Kellie Johnson, the Enforcement Chief Public Ethics and former Deputy District Attorney of Oregon. Kellie shares the very unique reason why she decided to go to law school to how other people around her helped and guided her, despite the hardship of women and people of color studying the law. She also talks about how her interest in international policies shifted to criminal and prosecution and how she became the first African American Assistant District Attorney (ADA) in Eugene. Additionally, Kellie discusses what she thinks the changes should be in the world of law and how to keep other people invested in the profession.

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