Recorded January 18, 2020
The Sisters Who Rule were featured in a WRAL TV News story after engaging in an extensive interview with journalist Mandy Mitchell. As Mandy reported, “they are the best of friends, the kind of women who finish sentences for each other and randomly break out into a song, especially if that song happens to be the theme of their favorite TV show, ‘The Golden Girls.’ The ladies are now trying to spread the message of that bond. They are traveling the country speaking to groups of young people... to empower, to inspire, and to educate...because a lot of children don’t have access to lawyers or judges.”
Recorded November 15, 2019
Sisters Who Rule were honored to close out Sister Circle Live’s “Sisters of the Court” week after the appearances of nationally-renowned Judge Lynn Toler, Judge Lauren Lake, Judge Mablean and Judge Glenda Hatchett. As the Sister Circle Live producers asserted, “the Sisters Who Rule are amazing real-life examples of women doing their thing in the judicial system.” The Sisters enjoyed sharing their story of sisterhood and their journey from law school to the courtroom.
February 13, 2019
It was indeed an honor for the Sisters Who Rule to be featured among 12 politicians in an Elle magazine article through their online platform. The Elle article allowed the Sisters Who Rule to share their sisterhood with the world by writing “Love Letters“ to each other to celebrate the strength of the bonds between girlfriends on “Galentine’s Day”.
December 17, 2018
Hello my Superstars! Our listeners loved the show! We got so many emails and social media responses. Someone emailed & said it was the best interview he’s ever heard on the State of Things. Plus, the response to the Facebook post of the interview has surpassed most of the stuff we posted this year. So....THANKS! What a way to end my first year in public radio!
Dana Terry, Producer, “The State of Things”
Recorded August 25, 2018
The Sisters Who Rule were featured in an ABC 11 News story after engaging in an extensive interview with award-winning journalist Tisha Powell. The interview was filmed in the exact Moot Courtroom where the Sisters Who Rule first met each other at Law School Orientation in August of 1998.