Tomorrow at 1 p.m., “Closing Arguments with Elliot Engstrom” will debut on the Freedom Action Network. The weekly show, hosted by yours truly, will close out the week by discussing topics related to government, politics, and law. Tomorrow’s guests/topics:
|1 p.m. — UNC law student and former CLF law clerk Felicia Hyde will discuss the state of legal education in North Carolina. How tough is it to become a lawyer, and should it be harder or easier?|
|1:30 p.m. — Matthew Bryant, lead attorney for the plaintiffs in Kirby v. NC Department of Transportation, will join us to talk about the human side of the “Map Act” case that has seen significant discussion by legal scholars and commentators.
|2 p.m. — Leadership Institute Regional Field Coordinator Craig Dixon will join us to discuss the phenomenon of “safe spaces” on college campuses. We’ll talk about recent events and the University of Missouri, Ithaca College, and elsewhere.|
|2:30 p.m. — Civitas Institute Communications Coordinator Demi Dowdy will close out the show by discussing messaging and marketing in the 2016 GOP Presidential race. How do candidates appease the base, demonstrate what makes them unique, and still prepare to win the general election?|
And of course, throughout the show calls are welcome! Call in at (919) 747-9421, and listen by clicking here.
Join us tomorrow!