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The Experiment

59 Episodes

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Avg Length 32m

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Latest episode 9 months ago

Each week, we tell the story of what happens when individual people confront deeply held American ideals in their own lives. We're interested in the cultural and political contradictions that reveal who we are.
The Lawfare Podcast

1826 Episodes

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Avg Length 54m

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Latest episode 23 hours ago

The Lawfare Podcast features discussions with experts, policymakers, and opinion leaders at the nexus of national security, law, and policy. On issues from foreign policy, homeland security, intelligence, and cybersecurity to governance and law, we have doubled down on seriousness at a time when others are running away from it. Visit us at www.lawfareblog.com.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Opening Arguments

888 Episodes

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Avg Length 68m

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Latest episode 1 day ago

Opening Arguments is a law show that helps you make sense of the news! Comedian Thomas Smith brings on legal analysts to help you understand not only current events, but also deeper legal concepts and areas! The typical schedule will be M-W-F with Monday being a deep-dive, Wednesday being Thomas Takes the Bar Exam and patron shoutouts, and Friday being a rapid response to legal issues in the news!
SVU POD: Especially Heinous

154 Episodes

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Avg Length 65m

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Latest episode 6 days ago

Welcome to SVU Pod: Especially Heinous, the podcast where Best Pals/SVU Enthusiasts, Gabe and Tasha recap episodes of everyone's favorite sexually based offense fictional crime drama, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit! But, wait. There are 20 years of episodes! Will you be starting from the pilot? UM, YEAH! Following the recap, we’ll bring you, what we call, our True Crime Chaser. Because Law and Order is “ripped from the headlines”, Tasha will be telling you a true story that relates to the SVU episode, in that it either influenced the episode or is similar in content. Thanks for listening! Love you, bye!
The Bravo Docket

90 Episodes

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Avg Length 51m

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Latest episode 4 days ago

The Bravo Docket is a podcast where two practicing attorneys examine and discuss the lawsuits and legal disputes of reality television personalities. Press play for facts, fun, and Law 101. Cesie is admitted to the State Bar of New York. Angela is admitted to the State Bars of Texas, Kansas, and Missouri.The podcast, the statements we make whether in our own media or elsewhere, and any content we post are for entertainment purposes only and do not provide legal advice. By listening to the podcast you are neither Cesie nor Angela's client. Any party consuming our information should consult a lawyer for legal advice. The podcast, our opinions, and our posts, are our own and are not associated with past and/or current employers, Bravo TV, or any other television network. For questions, comments, media inquiries, praises, gripes, and anything else, email us at [email protected] bonus content, listening links, and additional near-daily updates here: https://linktr.ee/thebravodocket Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/thebravodocket. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Boom! Lawyered

227 Episodes

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Avg Length 28m

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Latest episode 2 days ago

Every week, Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy take you on a wild ride through the latest legal battles in the fight for reproductive justice. On everything from abortion rights to trans discrimination to racial justice, Boom! Lawyered will help you get smart, stay mad, have fun, and fight back. Produced by Rewire News Group.
Justice In America

50 Episodes

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Avg Length 40m

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Latest episode 8 months ago

Justice in America, hosted by Josie Duffy Rice and Clint Smith, is a podcast for everyone interested in criminal justice reform— from those new to the system to experts who want to know more. Each episode we cover a new criminal justice issue. We explain how it works and look at its impact on people, particularly poor people and people of color. We’ll also interview activists, practitioners, experts, journalists, organizers, and others, to learn. By the end of the episode, you’ll walk away with a better understanding of what drives mass incarceration and what can fix it.
The Trials of Frank Carson

19 Episodes

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Avg Length 27m

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Latest episode 1 month ago

From Christopher Goffard, the Los Angeles Times reporter and host behind the hit podcasts “Dirty John” and “Detective Trapp,” comes a new eight-episode true crime podcast, “The Trials of Frank Carson.” “The Trials of Frank Carson” is a story of power, politics and the law in California’s Central Valley. Frank Carson was Stanislaus County’s most controversial defense attorney, a wizard with juries and a courtroom brawler with an unapologetically caustic style. He racked up legal wins for decades. He was the terror of police and prosecutors, often accusing them personally of corruption. When a small-time thief disappeared, police — some of them Carson’s longtime adversaries — launched a massive investigation into a spectral underworld of street hustlers, junkies and snitches. Carson was charged with murder, accused of masterminding a conspiracy. It would be one of the longest criminal trials in California history, with the flinty veteran of so many courtroom wars on trial for his life. The Trials of Frank Carson was produced by the Los Angeles Times and Western Sound.
Crime Redefined

56 Episodes

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Avg Length 46m

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Latest episode 4 months ago

Crime Redefined is a true crime podcast offering fresh, insightful perspectives on justice with exclusive interviews and compelling first-hand accounts. Disclaimer-this podcast is for entertainment and educational purposes only.
Legally Speaking Podcast

258 Episodes

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Avg Length 31m

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Latest episode 8 hours ago

We aim to inspire, educate and entertain, providing the ultimate way of learning more about the exciting world of legal. Whether you’re a lawyer, aspiring lawyer, involved in the legal industry or simply want to know more about the world of law this is the podcast for you. We will provide you with unique and accessible insights from a variety of incredible guests.Hosted by Rob Hanna, an expert in legal careers and content creation, he is the proud CEO & Founder of a variety of business ventures and regularly speaks for notable organisations within the global legal industry!We release new episodes every Monday and each episode promises to include exciting interviews, intriguing stories, tips to supercharge your legal career and so much more.You can listen & subscribe to the Legally Speaking Podcast for FREE on Apple, Spotify, Google or any app that supports podcasts. Or via our website: www.legallyspeakingpodcast.com
Justice Matters with Glenn Kirschner

414 Episodes

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Avg Length 17m

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Latest episode 2 days ago

Glenn Kirschner - he’s an NBC News and MSNBC legal analyst and former Assistant U.S. Attorney at the D.C. U.S Attorney's Office. And now you can join him for Justice Matters. Glenn brings analysis and insight to legal issues of the day, drawing from his 30 years as a federal prosecutor, homicide prosecutor, and Army JAG. For three decades, Glenn argued to juries, breaking down complex legal issues in universally understandable and relatable ways. And now, he brings that same approach to his analysis of today's troubled legal landscape - every week on Justice Matters with Glenn Kirschner.
Talking Feds

285 Episodes

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Avg Length 51m

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Latest episode 6 days ago

TALKING FEDS is a roundtable discussion that brings together prominent former government officials, journalists, and special guests for a dynamic and in-depth analysis of the most pressing questions in law and politics.
Occultae Veritatis Podcast - OVPOD

276 Episodes

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Avg Length 64m

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Latest episode 27 days ago

Four curious Canadians venture into the darkest, most misunderstood, or contentious areas of our reality. Real life lore from the mouths of Ood, Sage, Leon, and Richard. Pack a bowl, join the cult, put us in your ears!
CenLAw

24 Episodes

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Avg Length 47m

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Latest episode 13 days ago

Explore Louisiana's dark side with "Kellye & Kyler," your hosts for a gripping true crime podcast. Kellye, the true crime enthusiast, and Kyler, her willing partner, delve into intriguing cases from Central & Northeastern Louisiana. From small-town cases to nationally known crimes, they bring you stories that hit close to home, always with that Louisiana connection. Tune in bi-weekly for your true crime fix and support their show for a shout-out in the next episode. Stay safe out there!
The Revolution with Steve Kornacki

11 Episodes

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Avg Length 32m

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Latest episode 5 months ago

To understand the partisanship and bitterness of American politics today, you have to consider what happened in 1994. Steve Kornacki, National Political Correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC, steps back from the Big Board to tell the origin story of the 1994 Republican “revolution,” the midterm election when the GOP took the House majority for the first time in four decades. It was set in motion by Georgia Congressman Newt Gingrich, who — over the course of 15 years — pushed Republicans in a direction of confrontation and conservatism. Steve talks with Newt’s allies and adversaries about backroom strategy sessions and dramatic battles on the House floor. As yet another midterm threatens to upend the political landscape, Kornacki hears echoes of 1994 everywhere. Follow now and join Steve Kornacki through all six episodes, out October 31st.
How to Fix the Internet

42 Episodes

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Avg Length 32m

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Latest episode 2 months ago

The internet is broken—but it doesn’t have to be. If you’re concerned about how surveillance, online advertising, and automated content moderation are hurting us online and offline, the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s How to Fix the Internet podcast offers a better way forward. EFF has been defending your rights online for over thirty years and is behind many of the biggest digital rights protections since the invention of the internet. Through curious conversations with some of the leading minds in law and technology, this podcast explores creative solutions to some of today’s biggest tech challenges. Hosted by EFF Executive Director Cindy Cohn and EFF Associate Director of Digital Strategy Jason Kelley, How to Fix the Internet will help you become deeply informed on vital technology issues as we work to build a better technological future together.
Stanford Legal

130 Episodes

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Avg Length 27m

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Latest episode 10 days ago

Law touches most aspects of life. Here to help make sense of it is the Stanford Legal podcast, where we look at the cases, questions, conflicts, and legal stories that affect us all every day. Stanford Legal launched in 2017 as a radio show on Sirius XM. We’re now a standalone podcast and we’re back after taking some time away, so don’t forget to subscribe or follow this feed. That way you’ll have access to new episodes as soon as they’re available. We know that the law can be complicated. In past episodes we discussed a broad range of topics from the legal rights of someone in a conservatorship like Britney Spears to the Supreme Court’s abortion decision to how American law firms had to untangle their Russian businesses after the invasion of Ukraine. Past episodes are still available in our back catalog of episodes. In future shows, we’ll bring on experts to help make sense of things like machine learning and developments in the regulation of artificial intelligence, how the states draw voting maps, and ways that the Supreme Court’s affirmative action ruling will change college admissions. Our co-hosts know a bit about these topics because it’s their life’s work. Pam Karlan studies and teaches what is known as the “law of democracy,”—the law that regulates voting, elections, and the political process. She served as a commissioner on the California Fair Political Practices Commission, an assistant counsel and cooperating attorney for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, and (twice) as a Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. She also co-directs Stanford’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, which represents real clients before the highest court in the country, working on important cases including representing Edith Windsor in the landmark marriage equality win and David Riley in a case where the Supreme Court held that the police generally can’t search digital information on a cell phone seized from an individual who has been arrested unless they first get a warrant. She has argued before the Court nine times. And Rich Ford’s teaching and writing looks at the relationship between law and equality, cities and urban development, popular culture and everyday life. He teaches local government law, employment discrimination, and the often-misunderstood critical race theory. He studied with and advised governments around the world on questions of equality law, lectured at places like the Sorbonne in Paris on the relationship of law and popular culture, served as a commissioner for the San Francisco Housing Commission, and worked with cities on how to manage neighborhood change and volatile real estate markets. He writes about law and popular culture for lawyers, academics, and popular audiences. His latest book is Dress Codes: How the Laws of Fashion Made History, a legal history of the rules and laws that influence what we wear. The law is personal for all of us—and pivotal. The landmark civil rights laws of the 1960s have made discrimination illegal but the consequences of the Jim Crow laws imposed after the civil war are still with us, reflected in racially segregated schools and neighborhoods and racial imbalances in our prisons and conflict between minority communities and police. Unequal gender roles and stereotypes still keep women from achieving equality in professional status and income. Laws barring gay people from marrying meant that millions lived lives of secrecy and shame. New technologies present new legal questions: should AI decide who gets hired or how long convicted criminals go to prison? What can we do about social media’s influence on our elections? Can Chat GPT get copyright in a novel? Law matters. We hope you’ll listen to new episodes that will drop on Thursdays every two weeks. To learn more, go to https://law.stanford.edu/stanford-legal-podcast/.
The New York City Crime Report with Pat Dixon

455 Episodes

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Avg Length 53m

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Latest episode 1 month ago

This addictive and informative, one-of-a-kind true crime podcast details crime and court activity in New York City. Hosted by comedian Pat Dixon.
Winners Wallets and Worldviews

153 Episodes

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Avg Length 47m

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Latest episode 2 months ago

In this Podcast series, Aaron J. Armstrong interviews expert business leaders, military leaders, entrepreneurs, professional athletes, and world class performers to motivate listeners to #besomebody by learning insights on business, leadership, and life.
Perry Mason

257 Episodes

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Avg Length 14m

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Latest episode 3 years ago

Perry Mason is a fictional defense attorney who originally appeared in detective fiction by Erle Stanley Gardner. This long running radio drama had several actors who played the famous lawyer starting with Bartlett Robinson and then followed by Santos Ortega, Donald Briggs, and finally John Larkin who played the famous attorney after 1947. The radio portrayal of Perry Mason is a far more involved lawyer then the one who became famous on TV, the radio version would rather swap gunshots with evildoers than sit in a boring courtroom, waiting for the deliberation! The show was only 10 minutes and was more intense and favored action than courtroom drama. Perry Mason ran 12 seasons and moved to TV in the late 1950's with the now famous portrayal by Raymond Burr. Each show follows a continues story line similar to soap operas. Join us as we join Perry Mason in crime mysteries and court room drama.
Democracy Decoded

25 Episodes

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Avg Length 20m

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Latest episode 3 months ago

Why does American Democracy look the way it does today and how can we make it more responsive to the people it was formed to serve? "Democracy Decoded", a podcast by Campaign Legal Center, examines our government and discusses innovative ideas that could lead to a stronger, more transparent, accountable and inclusive democracy. Host Simone Leeper speaks with experts from across the political spectrum and takes a deep dive into the forces fueling our elections, not just in our nation’s capital but at all levels of government.
The Trauma-Informed Lawyer

57 Episodes

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Avg Length 46m

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Latest episode 1 month ago

This podcast was created for lawyers however anyone who works with people will benefit from this content. Through inspiring interviews, courageous conversations and thoughtful commentary, Myrna and her guests shine a light on a critical ethical competency lawyers missed in law school: trauma-informed lawyering. This is a do-no-further-harm, relational approach to the practice of law which benefits you, your clients, your colleagues and the legal profession generally. For lawyers and non-lawyers alike, this is your education in trauma, resilience, compassion, empathy, humility, boundaries, vicarious trauma and good professional relationship strategies you didn't know you needed. Artwork titled, "Myrna at Moonrise" by Métis artist Leah Marie Dorion.
The Animal Turn

72 Episodes

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Avg Length 70m

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Latest episode 6 days ago

Animals are increasingly at the forefront of research questions – Not as shadows to human stories, or as beings we want to understand biologically, or for purely our benefit – but as beings who have histories, stories, and geographies of their own. Each season is set around themes with each episode unpacking a particular animal turn concept and its significance therein. Join PhD Candidate Claudia Hirtenfelder as she delves into some of the most important ideas emerging out of this recent turn in scholarship, thinking, and being.
The Josh Hammer Show

128 Episodes

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Avg Length 40m

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Latest episode 6 days ago

Politics, law, and culture collide as Newsweek Senior Editor-at-Large Josh Hammer charts a path forward for American conservatism and exposes the woke Left. A voice for the New Right, Hammer delivers blistering commentary and weekly interviews with today's top conservative thinkers.
Things Police See: Firsthand Accounts

243 Episodes

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Avg Length 69m

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Latest episode 5 days ago

Massachusetts police officer Steve Gould interviews a variety of law enforcement officers about their most intense moments on the job. Shocking moments, humorous moments and terrifying moments are recalled by the officers that experienced them. Meet the variety of personalities that make up the police and get to know them on a personal level. You couldn’t make these stories up if you tried. **new episodes every Wednesday [email protected]
The McCarthy Report

246 Episodes

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Avg Length 49m

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Latest episode 2 days ago

American freedom is secured by the commitment of our courts and our people to the rule of law. The McCarthy Report offers listeners in-depth analysis on the most pressing legal questions facing the country. Alongside NATIONAL REVIEW editor in chief Rich Lowry, veteran prosecutor and law professor Andy McCarthy leverages his decades of legal experience to cut through the noise of media hysteria with sober-minded, thoughtful commentary.
Wharton Business Daily

1188 Episodes

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Avg Length 26m

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Latest episode 4 days ago

Bringing together top leaders, innovators and renowned faculty from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania discussing topics that matter to consumers and the business world. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
LawNext

250 Episodes

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Avg Length 42m

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Latest episode 6 days ago

LawNext is a weekly podcast hosted by Bob Ambrogi, who is internationally known for his writing and speaking on legal technology and innovation. Each week, Bob interviews the innovators and entrepreneurs who are driving what’s next in the legal industry. From legal technology startups to new law firm business models to enhancing access to justice, Bob and his guests explore the future of law and legal practice.
It's Complicated

197 Episodes

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Avg Length 52m

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Latest episode 2 days ago

Join former federal prosecutor and CNN Legal Analyst Renato Mariotti and former Special Agent at the FBI and Legal Analyst Asha Rangappa as they dive deeper into complicated issues in the news.
Crime Fighters

259 Episodes

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Avg Length 28m

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Latest episode 11 months ago

Crime Fighters takes you back to the early days of radio and all the great crime, detective, police programs that were available each night. Join us as we relive the great days of Old Time Radio/
The Triple C Project

109 Episodes

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Avg Length 30m

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Latest episode 2 months ago

What if you could live the life you want, not the life you think you should want?What if you approached every day with intention instead of simply going through the motions?What if you woke up feeling alive rather than trying to figure out how to survive?In this podcast, life coach, author, and speaker Ryan Spence (aka #thebiglawdropout) shows how you can do all these things and more! Ryan's mission is to help you gain clarity, boost confidence and build courage so you can live life lit!🔥 And he does this by sharing stories based on his experience of leaving an 11-year career in BigLaw to follow his purpose & coaching high achieving professionals like you! Whether you're a BigLaw lawyer, corporate professional, or just feeling stuck in a life-shaped rut, this podcast will inspire you to take action to get from where you are to where you want to be. ✨Raw, unfiltered, with a smattering of F-bombs, Ryan's relatable hosting style has been likened to a chat with a friend at the bar. So get yourself a drink, grab seat, and join the conversation.
THEM'S THE RULES

24 Episodes

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Avg Length 50m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

Them’s the Rules is a society and culture podcast trying to wrap its head around the perplexities of human behavior, one rule at a time. Laced with existential mirth, each episode explores the historical, cultural, and philosophical context of a different rule or system of rules, from our social institutions to our New Year’s resolutions and everything in-between. By exposing the universal fault lines that run beneath everything we do, Them’s the Rules offers a new way of engaging in conversations around culture, politics, and society.
Ad Absurdum

12 Episodes

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Avg Length 84m

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Latest episode 4 years ago

Every month real lawyers look into the fictional worlds of entertainment and try to access how the law works in those tales. It's informative and silly, much like the law itself.
Personal Jurisdiction

64 Episodes

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Avg Length 55m

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Latest episode 5 days ago

When you look up “Personal Jurisdiction” in Black’s Law Dictionary, it directs you to the entry for “Jurisdiction.” We won’t do that to you. We’re here because there’s not enough good information available for law students and new attorneys to make informed choices about their careers. Join co-hosts Allison Freedman and Hallie Ritzu as we talk to a variety of people within the first 10ish years of practice to hear about their journeys to fulfilling careers and the advice they have for getting there. From government to start-ups; politics to academia; in-house to legal aid—we’ll get the scoop on what it’s really like to work in different areas of the law, so you can chart your own course for success.
Common Leaders

32 Episodes

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Avg Length 40m

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Latest episode 27 days ago

Common Leaders, LLC, operates platforms for common leaders to inspire awesomeness and for all social media users to have access to a leader they can relate to. We are Leadership hosting. We talk about and learn about leadership from business leaders, community leaders and family leaders. https://creatorsstream.app/catalog
Mapping the Doctrine of Discovery

20 Episodes

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Avg Length 61m

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Latest episode 2 months ago

We launch this Podcast with Columbus’ arrival to the “New World.” This event issued forth the “Age of Discovery.” Although we were taught Columbus was in search of spices, he was actually sailing under 15th century Papal edicts known as the Doctrines of Christian Discovery [DOCD]. Following the fall of Constantinople, these Papal Bulls were issued to legitimate Portugal’s exploits in extracting gold in West Africa and capturing slaves. By 1492, the Transatlantic slave trade began with Columbus’ first crossing. The DOCD established the spiritual justification to bring the world under total dominion of the Church. The patriarchal hierarchy was constituted under an Almighty Supreme God at the helm—thus giving the Church full access to the world’s resources, by having dominion over Indigenous Peoples, their lands, and destruction of their cultures. These Christian decrees soon became the legal principal used during the Protestant Reformation, by giving credence to any Protestant claim to Indigenous lands in the Americas. By 1823, the DOCD was codified into US property law by the Supreme Court in Johnson v M’Intosh. As recently as 2005, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg upheld the DOCD in her written majority opinion against the Oneida in; City of Sherrill v Oneida Nation. Following 15th century Christian imperialism, through to the 19th century formulation of US law, we are able to identify today, how the DOCD continues to be utilized all over the world by multi-national corporations. Corporations who continue to justify resource extraction through the seizure and destruction of Indigenous lands, and who perpetrate cultural genocide through the 15th century fiction of “terra nullius”—empty land, and under the guise of economic development. The goal of this Podcast is to help identify these systems of domination that have been sustained by greed and power, through the subjugation of human beings and the natural world. https://podcast.doctrineofdiscovery.org/
Public Defenseless

214 Episodes

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Avg Length 69m

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Latest episode 3 days ago

Anyone paying attention can tell you that our criminal legal system is perpetuating cruelty and harm, but the complexity of the legal world overwhelms most people simply trying to get through another day. Public Defenseless explores the rot in the justice system and what we can do about it. Join host, Hunter Parnell, as he interviews top defense attorneys and criminal justice stakeholders from across the country as they pull apart the convoluted web of our criminal justice system. Like so many of you, Hunter is not an attorney, simply tired of a news cycle and talking heads that offer no real solutions to the ever-growing list of problems we face. Hunter hopes that with this information, you will share his belief that ordinary people still can make a difference.
Podcasts - Law Express

154 Episodes

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Avg Length 9m

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Latest episode 4 years ago

These podcasts accompany the Law Express series, published by Pearson Education Limited.
Credit Hour

95 Episodes

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Avg Length 31m

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Latest episode 2 years ago

Welcome to Credit Hour, a weekly, thought-provoking conversation with the brightest minds from the University of South Dakota. They get the credit – we ask the questions. This is Credit Hour. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Look to the Cookie

63 Episodes

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Latest episode 1 year ago

Look to the Cookie is now the one stop shop for all things progressive pop culture. Writers from all over the country contribute opinions--backed by education, experience, and research--on current events. Germar Derron hosts the eponymous podcast. We cover all of pop culture, news, sports, and politics.
On The Issues With Michele Goodwin

97 Episodes

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Avg Length 45m

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Latest episode 13 days ago

On The Issues With Michele Goodwin at Ms. magazine is a show where we report, rebel, and tell it like it is. On this show, we center your concerns about rebuilding our nation and advancing the promise of equality. Join Michele Goodwin as she and guests tackle the most compelling issues of our times.
Trial Lawyer Confidential

35 Episodes

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Avg Length 6m

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Latest episode 9 years ago

Pulling Back the Curtain...
Hoover Institution: Cyberspectives

7 Episodes

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Latest episode 4 years ago

Cybersecurity is a regular podcast produced by the Hoover Institution in conjunction with the Stanford Cyber Policy Program. Cyberspectives provides insights and analysis on the technology, policy, and legal issues associated with ensuring cybersecurity in an increasingly complex technology environment.
Students for Change: English I Legal Reform Podcast

31 Episodes

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Avg Length 7m

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Latest episode 5 years ago

Inspired by their novel study of To Kill a Mockingbird, freshman English I students at HCS Early College High School embarked on a podcast research endeavor. Students researched modern topics and the legal issues associated with them. They spoke to experts in the field and developed their own legal solution suggestions.
Patenting for Inventors

144 Episodes

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Avg Length 10m

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Latest episode 7 months ago

Learn the steps of how to patent your invention, from initial concept to issued patent. Host and registered patent attorney, Adam L. Diament, J.D., Ph.D., founder and owner of Diament Patent Law, guides you through the complicated process of patenting your invention. This podcast starts from the beginning of what to do when you first have an idea, all the way through the steps that will hopefully lead to an issued patent. Other intellectual property areas will also be covered, such as trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and licensing.
Chinatown 2.0

25 Episodes

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Avg Length 72m

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Latest episode 10 months ago

Chinatown 2.0 is a video podcast that interviews world citizens of Chinese heritage. Our interviews are long form, deep dive, rationalist conversations. Our guests are thinkers and doers, and come from areas of startups, finance, law, art, academia, et al. Some videos will be in English, and others in Mandarin. Host: Richard Yan (twitter.com/gentso09)
Ladies Who Law

173 Episodes

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Avg Length 42m

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Latest episode 3 hours ago

Law School can be a scary and challenging experience. However, hearing firsthand real advice can always make the process easier; Tune in to every Monday for an insider's perspective from Haylie and Samantha, two aspiring women, about their journeys to becoming Lawyers. Whether you are just starting out your legal journey, still considering if law school is for you, or simply want some lighthearted legal laughs, this is the podcast for you.
Broken Law

142 Episodes

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Avg Length 46m

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Latest episode 5 days ago

Ever feel like the law is stacked against you? It probably is. Broken Law speaks truth to power in discussing how our laws and legal system serve the few at the expense of the many. This is where law meets real life. Hosted by the staff of the American Constitution Society, we reckon with the origins of our legal system, interview people on the frontlines of the progressive legal movement, and chat about necessary legal reforms to restore our democratic legitimacy and improve the lives of all people.
UPenn Center for the Study of Contemporary China

27 Episodes

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Avg Length 90m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

In-depth conversations on Chinese politics, economics, law, and society with faculty, visitors, and guest speakers at the University of Pennsylvania's Center for the Study of Contemporary China. Hosted by CSCC Research Scholar Neysun Mahboubi. For more information on the Center, visit https://cscc.sas.upenn.edu
The Citizen's Guide to the Supreme Court

418 Episodes

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Avg Length 47m

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Latest episode 28 days ago

Brett and Nazim are two attorneys who hate being attorneys. Each week, they discuss current Supreme Court cases with the intent to make the law more accessible to the average person, while ruminating on what makes the law both frustrating and interesting. This podcast is not legal advice and is for entertainment purposes only. If anything you hear leads you to believe you need legal advice, please contact an attorney immediately