I Judge The Law: Serving Justice from the Bench
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When the opportunity arises, seize it. That's one lesson from Judge Elizabeth Rohl, a trial court judge in a one-judge county who knew it was now or never when the position opened up during Covid. But despite her taking her shot and succeeding, Judge Rohl had her doubts. In this episode, she discusses overcoming impostor syndrome, the day-to-day operations of the courtroom, saying "I don't know," and having a profound impact on her community. Judge Rohl is a 2008 graduate of Michigan State University College of Law. This episode is hosted by Kyle McEntee. Mentioned in this episode: Learn more about Rutgers Law Learn more about Vermont Law Learn more about William & Mary Law School Access LawHub today! Learn more about Rutgers Law Learn more about William & Mary Law School
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