Mar 7, 2019
Welcome to Heels of Justice; these are the stories of women lawyers who are trailblazers in their field and paved the way for the rest of us.
Today, Katherine and Sarita wanted to take a moment to reflect on how their interviews with such amazing guests have resonated with them so far, both personally and professionally.
[:22] Katherine and Sarita welcome listeners to this special episode of the Heels of Justice podcast and explain why this discussion seemed necessary.
[1:22] Sarita asks Katherine her thoughts on what Anirma Gupta had to say, and what spoke to her most.
[3:05] Your co-hosts discuss flying taxis and “majority minorities” from the Sasha G. Rao interview, as well as zero-in on some favorite parts of this episode.
[8:47] On the recurring theme with some guests, of shifting networks.
[10:25] Katherine and Sarita marvel at the very human traits — disappointments and imposter syndrome — of the amazing Judge Diane Wood.
[13:24] Sarita finds a common thread weaving through the episodes, and it’s one that Katherine voiced in her own interview.
[15:43] The enormous importance of a supportive life partner.
[16:23] Before signing off, Sarita and Katherine invite listeners to connect with the Heels of Justice to propose future guests, and discuss episodes.
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Mentioned in this episode (chronological order)
Anirma Gupta episode
Sasha G. Rao episode
Judge Diane Wood episode
Katherine Minarik episode