I’m Leigh Creighton Bond.
I know a thing or two about curriculum development & design, poverty law, indigent defense & advocacy, grant review & research, and storytelling.
And these are some of the tools I use to accomplish my dreams: Canva, Google Drive, Microsoft Word, Photoshop, Dropbox, Trello, and Blackboard.
I’ve been at it professionally for about 10+ years.
I have a law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law and a bachelors in History from the University of Georgia. #doubledawg
Here’s a look at some of the dreams I have manifested.
I’m a performing arts high school grad turned lawyer who remains passionate about access to education. I feed my passion by volunteering as a mock trial judge, coach, or writing mock trial problems. I share my insight as the fact pattern writer for the 20th Anniversary of the District of Columbia’s Youth Law Fair here.
I teach. I teach (and develop curriculum) for nontraditional education settings. The last time I taught, I dreamt up this activity as a way to engage and interact with students located in different prisons for an online course.
I love curriculum development & design. The ongoing national conversations around monuments prompted my most recent sample.
If you would like to know more about me check out this blog feature or let’s connect on LinkedIn.