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Borderline Jurisprudence

Borderline Jurisprudence

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Imagine there is a podcast on hardcore philosophy and jurisprudence of international law. Imagine there are people geeky enough to be ready to talk about this non-stop. That’s right. That’s "Borderline Jurisprudence". By Başak Etkin and Kostia Gorobets.
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A show about the law and the nine Supreme Court justices who interpret it for the rest of America. Want more Amicus? Join Slate Plus to unlock weekly member-exclusive episodes from Dahlia. Plus, you’ll access ad-free listening across all your favorite Slate podcasts. Subscribe now on Apple Podcasts by clicking “Try Free” at the top of our show page. Or, visit slate.com/amicusplus to get access wherever you listen.
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Ipse Dixit

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Ipse Dixit is a podcast on legal scholarship. Each episode of Ipse Dixit features a different guest discussing their scholarship. The podcast also features several special series. "From the Archives" consists historical recordings potentially of interest to legal scholars and lawyers. "The Homicide Squad" consists of investigations of the true stories behind different murder ballads, as well as examples of how different musicians have interpreted the song over time. "The Day Antitrust Died?" ...
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Copycast by CLAIMS

Victor Gorsky-Mochalov, Anton Endresyak

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Intellectual property and related stuff. Hosts are IP lawyers Victor Gorsky-Mochalov and Anton Endresyak. Copycast is produced by CLAIMS, an international company engaged in intellectual property protection around the world. Website: claimsip.com. Topics: copyright, trademarks, patents, intellectual property law, art law, legal, consulting, trademark registration and management, UDRP domains names disputes, protection of intellectual property in social networks.
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12 Rounds, one host, one big fight. Jed Kurzban is an award winning trial attorney working in fields of medical malpractice, personal injury, and products liability. Jed has stepped into the ring helping to change the laws in Florida more than once and continues to do. This podcast will venture into territories most attorneys are too scared to touch and tell you information most attorneys are too pusillanimous to say. Listen if you dare. To learn more about Jed Kurzban, please check out the ...
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In “The Remnant," Jonah Goldberg enlists a “Cannonball Run”-style cast of stars, has-beens, and never-weres to address the most pressing issues of the day. Is America doomed? Has liberalism failed? And will mankind ever invent something better than ‘90s-era “Simpsons?” Mixing political history, pop culture, rank punditry, and shameless book-plugging, Goldberg and guests will have the kinds of conversations we wish they featured on TV. And the nudity will (almost) always be tasteful. Brace yo ...
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Explore the future of the internet with 'The Silicon Dreams: Web3 Pulse.' Your ultimate guide to Web3, we delve into topics like blockchain, cryptocurrencies, NFTs, DAOs, and more. Unlock the transformative potential of decentralized technologies and understand the paradigm shift towards a more transparent, secure, and efficient digital ecosystem. Whether you're a developer, entrepreneur, investor or simply curious about Web3, we offer insightful conversations with industry leaders and pione ...
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The Campus Exchange podcast provides a venue for AEI Executive Council students to interview scholars about the pressing policy issues facing our country and world. To learn more about our work on college campuses, visit www.aei.org/academic-programs
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ABOUT ME and THIS PODCAST: I am Avinoam ("Avi") ben Mordechai Marcus. I am an old veteran of the radio broadcast industry. For me, radio programming was very different when I started in the early 1970s as a California "rock jock" radio personality and later in the 1980s as a Colorado radio programmer and secular and religious content talk show host. I selectively do live on-air radio programming where I find opportunities but ultimately, whatever I pursue with my years of radio broadcast tra ...
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This is the official channel for Banwo & Ighodalo, a tier-1 law firm in Lagos, Nigeria. This podcast provides expert and professional legal thought-leadership from top legal professionals selected for their preparedness to apply intelligence to solving real-life problems.
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Ken Pollack, a Remnant all-star and senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, joins Jonah for an extended discussion on the death of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and the race to be the supreme leader’s successor. The two also get into the various Iran appeasement campaigns, Biden’s approach to Israel, and the necessity of the United Na…
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Support the show!! - https://www.patreon.com/chasedavis The Mission of God: A Manifesto of Hope for Society - https://amzn.to/4av0upN Founder and President of the Ezra Institute - https://www.ezrainstitute.com/ In this conversation with Joe Boot, we discuss his book “The Mission of God.” To begin Joe talks about the utopian imperative and the impli…
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Send us a Text Message. In this program, we will speak about Exodus 19:5-6, the Melchizedek link to the New Covenant Book of Hebrews chapters 6-8, and the exchange of the Levitical law for the higher and more superior Melchizedek law of the King/Priest Messiah. We will also look into the naming and birth of Yochanan or John the Baptist in Luke Chap…
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Jonah picks a fight with the alts—both left and right—on this episode of TheRuminant, with a healthy dose of both-sides-are-wrong argumentation. Tune in for thoughts on Justice Samuel Alito’s flag-gate, President Joe Biden’s commencement speech at Morehouse College, and America’s proud (?) history of moral panics. Show Notes: —AO episode on Alito f…
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As we stand poised at the threshold of June, we brace ourselves for the fire hose of opinions headed our way in the next four or so weeks. But why? Why –even as the Court is taking on fewer cases – is there an absolute dogpile of decisions, with no map for what will come down or when, beyond a SCOTUS-adjacent cottage industry in soothsaying and adv…
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In this Opinionpalooza emergency bonus episode, Dahlia Lithwick and Mark Joseph Stern discuss Thursday’s decision in Alexander v. South Carolina NAACP, highlighting the implications for racial gerrymandering and voting rights. They delve into Justice Alito's majority opinion, Justice Kagan's dissent, and Justice Thomas's concurrence. This decision …
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In this episode, Oliver Traldi, a John and Daria Barry Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the James Madison Program at Princeton University, discusses his new book "Political Beliefs: A Philosophical Introduction," which is published by Routledge. Here is the description of the book: Anyone who’s had an argument about politics with a friend may walk a…
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Jonah invites Alison Gopnik, a professor of psychology at UC Berkeley, to discuss the ideal way to raise little barbarians—also known as human babies. The two weed through the metaphors of garden parenting vs. carpentry parenting and the need of being needed before making a small segue into caregiving policy ideas. (The government can’t love you, J…
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In the third and final part of our How Originalism Ate the Law series, Dahlia Lithwick and Mark Joseph Stern are joined by Justice Todd Eddins of the Hawaii Supreme Court and Madiba Dennie, author of The Originalism Trap. Being trapped by originalism is a choice, one that judges, lawyers, and the American people do not have to accede to. Our expert…
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In this episode, we have an engaging conversation with Sebastien Borget, the Co-Founder and COO of The Sandbox, a decentralized gaming virtual world that leverages blockchain technology. Sebastien is also the President of the Blockchain Game Alliance, where he actively advocates for the integration of NFTs and blockchain in the gaming industry. Thr…
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Stranded on a highway, gazing into the smoggy horizon, Jonah contemplates plaintively social media's latest display of statistical illiteracy demonstrated by a proclaimed preference of many women to be stranded alone with a bear, rather than a man. If you were wondering why you all didn't receive a G-File today, ladies and gentlemen, there you have…
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Justice Samuel Alito’s wife didn’t attend the January 6th 2021 “Stop the Steal” rally (unlike fellow SCOTUS spouse Ginni Thomas), but in January 2021, in a leafy Alexandria, Virginia cul-de-sac, the New York Times reports that the Alito household was engaged in a MAGA-infused front yard spat with the neighbors, even as the Justice was deciding case…
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Get your bingo cards at the ready, because Jonah is joined by Ryan Bourne—a policy scholar at the Cato Institute and author of The War on Prices: How Popular Misconceptions about Inflation, Prices, and Value Create Bad Policy—for a decisively wonky Remnant on all things prices. What are prices? Why doesn’t price fixing work? And what's up with the …
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In this episode, Alison L. LaCroix, Robert Newton Reid Professor of Law, Associate Member of the Department of History at the University of Chicago Law School, discusses her new book, "The Interbellum Constitution: Union, Commerce, and Slavery in the Age of Federalisms," which is published by Yale University Press. LaCroix explains what made interb…
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