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Character Speaks for Itself

Character Speaks for Itself

• By Ashe Lockhart • February 8, 2015 >> On the day Dean Smith retired, I was a law clerk on the NC Supreme Court. The justices took a break from the business of the court so we could watch the announcement on TV. The justices sat in chairs, and the law clerks sat on the floor at their… Continue Reading

Food Court Flash Mob…Hallelujah!

Food Court Flash Mob…Hallelujah!

• By Ashe Lockhart • November 13, 2010 >> My friend Ellen Cuthbertson Archer recently posted a link on Facebook to a YouTube video of a flash mob performing Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus at a mall food court. Now, I could not have had this stirring experience without the myriad of information technologies that made the… Continue Reading

The very winds carry freedom

The very winds carry freedom

• By Ashe Lockhart • October 7, 2010 >> I recently received an email with the transcript of the sentence read by the judge to Richard Reid, The Shoe Bomber. The sentencing hearing was held in 2003, and the Reid story is old news. But it is worth reading again now that some time and… Continue Reading

The War

The War

• By Ashe Lockhart • October 8, 2007 >> I watched the recent Ken Burns documentary, The War — an oral history by and about about the men and women who experienced WWII.  What a remarkable piece of work.  In the third episode, there’s a segment on the U.S. invasion of Anzio, which went from… Continue Reading

Liberty vs. The Flag

Liberty vs. The Flag

• By Ashe Lockhart • October 18, 1996 (originally prepared for Mere Dictum, the school newspaper of UNC School of Law, Chapel Hill, North Carolina) >> The upcoming election [November, 1996] has caused me to reflect on my political orientation and how I got here. A good place to start is with my eighteenth birthday,… Continue Reading

The Zen of Criminal Defense

The Zen of Criminal Defense

• By Ashe Lockhart • September 22, 1996 (originally prepared for Mere Dictum, the school newspaper of UNC School of Law, Chapel Hill, North Carolina) I never imagined when I began my job as a summer associate that I would actually like it. I met the man for whom I would work through a judge… Continue Reading

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