Celebrity Media Secrets Revealed & Justice Restored

Olivia P. Friedman, Restorative Justice Advocate Speaks at Harvard University - Cambridge (2019)

An episode of Celebrity Media Secrets Revealed & Justice Restored

By Adelita Moran
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This Restorative Justice Advocate not only looks after the people in law, she also believes in equality across the board, with a podcast showcasing robust and clever ways of breaking into Hollywood and mainstream media or as some call it; the "Big 5". Learn some of the best kept secrets of A - Lister's, actors, pro ball players, and celebrities or influencers; to gain "Next-Level" Traction and media attention you deserve!

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This Restorative Justice Advocate not only looks after the people in law, she also believes in equality across the board, with a podcast showcasing robust and clever ways of breaking into Hollywood and mainstream media or as some call it; the "Big 5". Learn some of the best kept secrets of A - Lister's, actors, pro ball players, and celebrities or influencers; to gain "Next-Level" Traction and media attention you deserve!

(To receive your free ebook - Road Map to Easy Copy... Visit this site promptly; https://bit.ly/2k7U3VO)

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October 23, 2019
The Dilema: Law Graduates, to Work for Big Firms or Dedicate Their Career to Serving the Indigent?
All things considered, as host of "Justice Restored" (rebooted), "Great and Relentless Few" and formerly; "The Dilema", a podcast, focused on underlying factors, that lead us to the question; "Who provides legal help to the indigent?" outside pro bono, or minimum hours required per year;   Here's what we know. . . Based upon surveys of 3L, 4L, and recently graduated law students back in 2015; most have the initial intent to help the indigent, after establishing a legal career.  That is, until the vanity of becoming a lawyer creeps in and bills pile up!  Amid the deafening hum of reality, late nights writing essays, case briefs, completing homework, and reviewing notes from lecture weeks past - we hear faint whispers of reason, floating like ghosts, slowly down the hall to where we sit. Dreaming of the assumed awesomeness of life post-graduation, as the voice of reason draws nearer. Suddenly we see, it's not the voice of reason at all, rather "The Dilema". Go big-time and make tons of money (or so it's assumed), or dedicate one's self to a life of service - to the indigent.
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Olivia P. Friedman, Restorative Justice Advocate Speaks at Harvard University - Cambridge (2019)
"All is good and fine, until one ends up in court."     -     Stay tuned for another robust episode of . . .  "Justice Restored",  where the ever so popular former US Navy "Doc" Olivia Friedman gives her perspective on the rule of law, and how it affects the people. Originally called; The Good, The Bad, and the Lawless", you don;t want to miss a single episode. We're all glad to be back. Thanks for having us! Justice Restored - Interns
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