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Blog | Jim Blackburn Seminars

For a number of years, I have been a part of a group, mainly from the eastern part of the state, that meets on a regular basis for the express purpose of visiting as many different eating establishments as we can from Raleigh to many points east to taste new meals and enjoy each other's company. We are from all walks of life in our careers, some in business and others in law and medicine. We are conservatives and liberals, but that never interferes with our having a good time.
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Maybe this Time In a federal courtroom in late August, 1979, near the end of my closing argument to the jury, I said "It is time, ladies and gentlemen - it is so late in the day - it is time that someone speak for truth and justice and return a verdict of guilty against this man". That man was Jeffrey MacDonald.
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Jim expands on the joys of getting stuff done.
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On July 6, 2018, the New York Times published an Essay by the Novelist Tayari Jones on “The Prison Letters of Nelson Mandela.” Here are my thoughts on it.
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In this post, Jim Blackburn sheds light on the stigma of mental illness and how we need to break it together.
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Jim goes on a quest to recreate the world's greatest sandwich. Follow along in his quest and, ultimately, his journey of redemption.
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I believe that stories are the key to learning. What's your story? Read about how your story can be the key to unlocking your happiness.
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A fun weekend with a reminder that you can find friends anywhere.
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