Wild Law

So there’s a book called Wild Law: A Manifesto for Earth Justice.  It was written by Cormac Cullinan, a leader of the ‘Wild Law’ movement, an offshoot (forgive the eco pun) of Earth Law, an even more well-known movement advocating for the rights of Nature. Cormac’s conception of wild law is about observing and honoringContinue reading “Wild Law”

B & Benefit Corps Abound

This is a memo I wrote for my Business Associations class this semester.  We don’t cover b or benefit corps in our curriculum… I. ISSUE: Profit In Dollars For a Few Over Everything and Everyone Else    In corporation law, the conduct of corporations is governed by fiduciary duties that officers of a company oweContinue reading “B & Benefit Corps Abound”

The History of My Feet: Episode I

Ahhh, the (his)tory of my feet.. [Inhale] [Exhale] [Deep breaths punctuate throughout] This topic came up for a blog post when I heard something AMAZING the other day.  I was streaming a class from YogaGlo with Tara Judelle, and she said: establish relationships with each of your toes… Something clicked.  Like, locked in from theContinue reading “The History of My Feet: Episode I”

Protecting Whose Wellbeing…

 So today was an interesting day. I attend Elon University School of Law, a recently established law school located in Greensboro, North Carolina.  Our parent organization is Elon University, a 150+ year old institution that is rare in the south.  This is due to its relatively progressive political orientation and the fact that it’s aContinue reading “Protecting Whose Wellbeing…”