A Neat Trick to Cleanly Highlight a Document for Presentation

Over the summer I interned at the Wake County Public Defender’s office. I developed a bit of an expertise in working with Electronically Stored Information (“ESI”). Those of you in the law know that ESI is a tremendous part of any type of litigation–both civil and criminal. Working on this case, I knew we would need to present portions of …

Drum Major Instinct

A few years ago, while at JesusThoughts, I worked on an Album called JesusJams. These were sermons from various speakers, edited down and placed over a backing track. We made and released several tracks, but never released one by Martin Luther King Jr. that we titled “Drum Major Instinct.” In the sermon King talks about pride and its pervasive impact …

Scoring at the 2017 Middle School Mock Trial Competition

Folks who know me well know that I love working with students. This weekend, after finishing up my last final exam of my first semester of law school, a friend and I drove to Durham to volunteer with the North Carolina Bar Foundation. It was great to be back, at least near, home. I was a scoring judge for the Justice …

My Journey to Choose A Law School

In the middle of last year, somewhere around my trip to Colorado, I decided to go to law school. This was a huge decision that took a lot of prayer and thought, but once I decided to go this route, I jumped in head first. This will be a long post, so if you’re not in the mood to read, …

Creating Mockups for Websites

So I just rebranded my Web Design “business” as 1887 Design. I figured a separate site to advertise my Web Design services may help me gain some new clients (PS, I am super affordable!) During the process, I was looking for a way to showcase my work. You’ve seen what I am a talking about: when a site or app …