Adapting to Change in Local Government: A Legal Perspective
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Jason Hernandez is a local government lawyer for a consolidated city and county government. He shares his journey from being a non-traditional law student to a public defender and, later, a key legal role in local government management. While still junior in his second career, Jason is already developing his niche with public safety departments, representing them in lawsuits and in collective bargaining agreements, as well as helping them navigate workplace policy changes. Ensuring a just and safe community in a sea of cultural and legal change requires him to balance many different perspectives. Jason is a 2019 graduate of the University of Kentucky J. David Rosenberg College of Law. This episode is hosted by Kyle McEntee. Mentioned in this episode: Learn more about Seton Hall Learn more about Blueprint Access LawHub today! Learn more about Vermont Law Albany Law Learn more about Baylor Law
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