Orlando, Fla – A creative partnership between Florida A&M University (FAMU) and Orange TV has produced a series of specialized legal programming called Legal Connections.

Legal Connections is a series of five-minute taped video segments featuring legal content. The segments include interviews with FAMU Law faculty, lawyers, legal experts, professionals, alumni, and more. The programming is designed to inform viewers of legal matters, to provide self-help tips and resources, and to raise awareness of FAMU Law. FAMU President Larry Robinson, Ph.D. also has a special segment called President’s Corner which features University highlights.

The segments are taped at Orange TV and in the field on a quarterly schedule. “This is an excellent opportunity to communicate legal topics of concern to our community,” said FAMU Law Interim Dean Nicky Boothe Perry right- above. “We are delighted to have Legal Connections as a platform and thank Orange TV for this opportunity.”

Legal Connections is hosted by FAMU alumna Kimra Major-Morris (Class of 2007) leftabove, who is a practicing attorney in Orlando.

Legal Connections segments include: • Texting and Driving Law, Florida Highway Patrol, Lt. Kim Montes • Alumni Spotlight: Neurosurgeon and Esquire, Dr. Nazim Razack • President’s Corner, FAMU President, Larry Robinson, Ph.D.

• American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Orlando Chapter president, Cassandra Brown and Florida Chapter Managing Organizer, Natishia June • Negro League Baseball and Segregation Laws, Professor of Law, FAMU Law, Joseph Grant • Conviction Integrity Unity, Director, Monique Haughton Worrell • FAMU Law Clinic Fellowship Program, Attorney, Kevin Nash • FAMU Law Library, Director of Public Services, Lorelle Anderson • HE GOT UP, Program Director, Beatrice Brown Marcia Barry-Smith, Director of Community Outreach and Advocacy for Habitat Broward (Right) with Shaquanda Willis who came out for Habitat Broward’s Miramar groundbreaking.