Attorneys John Booth Farese and William B. Raiford talk about personal injury laws.
Attorney Jaklyn Wrigley talks about LGBT issues in the workplace and current protective laws in place.
Attorney Kris Graham talks about the legalities of drones.
Professor Richard Gershon talks about legalities of free speech on college campuses after a recent incident at Auburn University involving a controversial speaker.
Attorney Susan Smith and Professor Richard Gershon talk about social security disability benefits. How do you determine your eligibility and apply for them?
Attorney Bradley Clanton discusses data privacy and data security.
Attorney Tina Seymour Demoran talks about organizing your life through estate planning.
Elder Law Attorney, Kelly Kyle, talks about advance directives, Medicare, Medicaid, and long-term care.
Francis Springer talks about policemen, how are they are trained to do their jobs and held accountable for doing them.
Professor Stacey Lantagne discusses the basics of copyright laws, and how they work when it comes to the internet.
Former Governor, Ronnie Musgrove, discusses the Mississippi Adequate Education Program (MAEP), discipline in schools, and charter schools.
Attorney Steve Farese Sr. talks about different aspects of the prison system, from incarceration rates and prison conditions, to private prisons.
Attorney Craig Robertson discusses foster care, resource parenting, and child custody in Mississippi.
Professors Richard Gershon and Hans Sinha talk about the specifics of the recent executive order issued by President Trump, suspending immigration and visas for citizens from certain countries.
Professor Richard Gerson explains some recent bills proposed by lawmakers in the Mississippi Legislature. Could University presidents suffer a pay cut for not flying the state flag?