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Andrew Reginald Hairston: Husky Boy

Originally posted on Vox Populi:
  . People of a certain age will remember the dominance of JCPenney in the 1990s. Affordable, comfortable clothes adorned the shelves of the department store’s various branches; it offered enough name brands to make…

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Husky Boy

This piece originally appeared in Vox Populi Public Sphere on May 15, 2021. People of a certain age will remember the dominance of JCPenney in the 1990s. Affordable, comfortable clothes adorned the shelves of the department store’s various branches; it … Continue reading

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Pandemic Reflections on Money

A reflection on the writer’s tortuous relationship with money Continue reading

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Andrew Reginald Hairston: Pandemic Reflections on Money

I did everything right, but I perpetually had very little money. Andrew Reginald Hairston: Pandemic Reflections on Money

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On the 46th POTUS

A call to action for the new presidential administration Continue reading

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UALR Law Review – Summer 2020 School Policing Article

In the fall of 2019, I presented at the annual Ben Altheimer Law Review Symposium at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law; my talk concerned school policing in Texas and Arkansas. I am pleased to share … Continue reading

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Reflections from a Black Lawyer on Juneteenth

This piece originally appeared on the American Constitution Society’s ExpertForum blog to commemorate Juneteenth 2020. I knew that I wanted to be a lawyer early on in my childhood. If you had asked me for the source of this career … Continue reading

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Fifteen Years on Social Media

It began in 2006. Or perhaps I should say 2004? If we start in 2005, as a compromise, I can likely pinpoint the moment. I sat in the computer lab in the downtown location of the Columbus Public Library. It … Continue reading

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Clemency Section Letter – Rodney Reed

If you’ve followed me over the past decade (said in the least self-aggrandizing way possible), you know that the fight to abolish the death penalty is near & dear to my heart. I began my struggle on this front at … Continue reading

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Becoming a Lawyer Through Patchett’s Prose

I review a good book and consider why people choose to become lawyers. Continue reading

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