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Law dean helps students become problem solvers, agents of change

Karen Sneddon This Women’s History Month, The Den is celebrating some of Mercer University‘s top leaders — our female deans. Eight of Mercer’s 12 schools and colleges are led by women, and we are highlighting each of these deans on separate days throughout March. Today, we spotlight Karen J. Sneddon, dean of the School of Law.… Read More »

Racial inequality:How lawyers and R.E. agents are bridging housing gap

Washington Former non-profit worker Christine Hernandez had never considered becoming a housing attorney, but after 2015, when she got priced out of her home in Oakland, California, she thought a lot about the issue. Over the next five years, Ms. Hernandez and her family went through a period of unstable housing, including nearly three years… Read More »