In Recess #10: “Special Horses”

In Recess #10: “Special Horses”It’s our first five-mic episode! We’re joined by Kent Greenfield and Adam Winkler, who both have new books about corporate personhood, as well as our bankruptcy expert, Danielle D’Onfro. Greenfield’s book is “Corporations Are People Too: (And They Should Act Like It).” It comes out next month– pre-order today! Winkler’s book is “We the Corporations: […]

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In Recess #10: “Special Horses”

It’s our first five-mic episode! We’re joined by Kent Greenfield and Adam Winkler, who both have new books about corporate personhood, as well as our bankruptcy expert, Danielle D’Onfro.

Greenfield’s book is “Corporations Are People Too: (And They Should Act Like It).” It comes out next month– pre-order today!

Winkler’s book is “We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights.”

They are both excellent, and you’re in for a treat.

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Good Behaviour #10: “Bad Bens”

Good Behaviour #10: “Bad Bens”In our (hopefully) final episode of Good Behaviour (for a while), Ian Samuel and Leah Litman discuss their favorite and least favorite moments of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing.

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Good Behaviour #10: “Bad Bens”

In our (hopefully) final episode of Good Behaviour (for a while), Ian Samuel and Leah Litman discuss their favorite and least favorite moments of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing.

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In Recess #9: “Hoofbeats in the Distance”

In Recess #9: “Hoofbeats in the Distance”Just in time for the Kavanaugh confirmation circus, we have a lively interview with David Kaplan about his new book, “The Most Dangerous Branch: Inside the Supreme Court’s Assault on the Constitution.”

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In Recess #9: “Hoofbeats in the Distance”

Just in time for the Kavanaugh confirmation circus, we have a lively interview with David Kaplan about his new book, “The Most Dangerous Branch: Inside the Supreme Court’s Assault on the Constitution.”

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Good Behaviour #9: “A Bunch of Printers”

Good Behaviour #9: “A Bunch of Printers”Will Baude joins us to discuss the latest news of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination. Plus, what do we mean when we talk about originalism?

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Good Behaviour #9: “A Bunch of Printers”

Will Baude joins us to discuss the latest news of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination. Plus, what do we mean when we talk about originalism?

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1L First Street #1: “Dumbo’s Feather”

1L First Street #1: “Dumbo’s Feather”We’re launching a new series aimed at helping law students survive the best/worst three years of their lives. In this episode, we’ll talk about study groups, thinking like your professor and the best food-related way to make it through an exam.

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1L First Street #1: “Dumbo’s Feather”

We’re launching a new series aimed at helping law students survive the best/worst three years of their lives. In this episode, we’ll talk about study groups, thinking like your professor and the best food-related way to make it through an exam.

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In Recess #8: “Would You Rather”

In Recess #8: “Would You Rather”Rick Hasen joins us to talk about his new book, “The Justice of Contradictions: Antonin Scalia and the Politics of Disruption.”

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In Recess #8: “Would You Rather”

Rick Hasen joins us to talk about his new book, “The Justice of Contradictions: Antonin Scalia and the Politics of Disruption.”

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Good Behaviour #8: “Batting .998”

Good Behaviour #8: “Batting .998”We round up the latest news on Judge Brett Kavanaugh, including speculation on documents from his time in President George W. Bush’s administration and a debate over whether Democrats should support his confirmation when they disapprove on the merits.

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Good Behaviour #8: “Batting .998”

We round up the latest news on Judge Brett Kavanaugh, including speculation on documents from his time in President George W. Bush’s administration and a debate over whether Democrats should support his confirmation when they disapprove on the merits.

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In Recess #7: “Robot Ban”

In Recess #7: “Robot Ban”We recorded this week’s episode live at the Washington, D.C., offices of Akin Gump. We’re joined by two members of the firm’s Supreme Court and appellate practice — Pratik Shah, a former assistant to the solicitor general, and Martine Cicconi, who worked in the White House Counsel’s office and clerked for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. We talk […]

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In Recess #7: “Robot Ban”

We recorded this week’s episode live at the Washington, D.C., offices of Akin Gump. We’re joined by two members of the firm’s Supreme Court and appellate practice — Pratik Shah, a former assistant to the solicitor general, and Martine Cicconi, who worked in the White House Counsel’s office and clerked for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. We talk through the strategy behind the firm’s win in Patchak v. Zinke, reflect on their important amicus brief in Trump v. Hawaii and discuss how to build a successful Supreme Court practice in an increasingly crowded field.

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In Recess #6: “Allen Charge”

In Recess #6: “Allen Charge”We were in Chicago speaking at the National Foundation of Judicial Excellence’s Annual Judicial Symposium this past weekend, and we took some time to eat Japanese BBQ, drink sake and record a new episode. We get caught up on our backlog of our (disappointingly male-dominated) hotline calls while also briefly recapping the latest news on […]

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In Recess #6: “Allen Charge”

We were in Chicago speaking at the National Foundation of Judicial Excellence’s Annual Judicial Symposium this past weekend, and we took some time to eat Japanese BBQ, drink sake and record a new episode. We get caught up on our backlog of our (disappointingly male-dominated) hotline calls while also briefly recapping the latest news on the battle to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

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In Recess #5: “The Ghost of LBJ”

In Recess #5: “The Ghost of LBJ”October Term 2017 has been officially gaveled out, and the justices are all doing exciting things like “teaching” in Europe. But we’re not taking the summer off. Instead, we’re here to give you 2018’s first installment of our summer series, “In Recess.” In this episode, we start to chip away at our huge backlog of […]

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In Recess #5: “The Ghost of LBJ”

October Term 2017 has been officially gaveled out, and the justices are all doing exciting things like “teaching” in Europe. But we’re not taking the summer off. Instead, we’re here to give you 2018’s first installment of our summer series, “In Recess.” In this episode, we start to chip away at our huge backlog of hotline calls, and talk through some interesting religious liberty cases the Supreme Court has on its docket—while also providing a brief update about just how much Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh loves baseball.

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