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Taking the time to share life's lessons. Life is way to short to try and share all of the knowledge acquired at the end of life. And as someone who has earned three degrees (Bachelor of Science in Biology, Masters of Public Health, and Doctorate of Jurisprudence) and has gone from working for the state, serving as a Naval Officer, working as an associate in a law firm, running my own law firm and becoming a judge, I want everyone to learn from my mistakes and lessons.
 
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Law & Disorder
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The podcast where two law students drink wine and talk about the craziest cases in the history of our American jurisprudence system.
 
Prophecy Nation Podcast is a platform created in order to have a respectful and honest space for Interfaith dialogue. Hosting is Mylon Isa James. A student of Hanafi jurisprudence, Islamic Theology & History, & Classical Arabic @ The Seekershub Global Islamic Seminary. Working to learn and share knowledge, opinions, concerns, solutions, make allies, to answer questions and to earn enough money to rent a space in our town for muslims to worship, and learn their religion, & to call others to I ...
 
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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?" ...
 
John Hodgman's Today in the Past podcast is now The Judge John Hodgman Podcast. Have your pressing issues decided by Famous Minor Television Personality John Hodgman, Certified Judge. If you'd like John Hodgman to solve your pressing issue, simply email it, along with your phone number, to hodgman@maximumfun.org. THAT IS ALL.
 
The Open Mind is a thoughtful excursion into the world of ideas across media, politics, technology, the arts and all realms of civic life.
 
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Supreme Podcast
Monthly
 
What's New at the United States Supreme Court? Each week we bring you up to date coverage of the most recent cases and decisions before SCOTUS, discussing the Supreme Court's most recent grants and denials of certiorari, orders, opinions, oral arguments and constitutional jurisprudence. We also present in-depth special reports on the justices, important constitutional rights and the most controversial legal issues of our time (e.g. Abortion, Affirmative Action, Gay Rights, Women's Rights, Pr ...
 
The Voluntaryist Voices podcast features lectures, interviews and audio essays by intellectual giants, past and present.
 
Interactive Talk Radio for Legal and Settlement Professionals. Listen to Internet radio shows hosted by the leaders in structured settlements across the US. Ringler Radio will make a difference in the way you practice law!
 
This is the archival and distribution page for the "Law Talk" podcast. For more information, go to www.concurringopinions.com and click on "law talk" under the categories heading on the left side of the page.
 
We're out of time. Unless we can topple capitalism and build a socialist world in the next twelve years, humanity is doomed. To cope, we've decided to record ourselves talking about the left, the right, history, politics, theory, and other things we think are relevant to our late-capitalist epoch. A clean, honest, and unsentimental melancholy is required; we've cultivated one and would like to share it with you.
 
Jeremy Bentham's Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation, a classic text in modern philosophy and jurisprudence, first published in 1789, focuses on the principle of utility and how this view of morality ties into legislative practices. Bentham's ambition in life was to create a complete Utilitarian code of law. The philosophy of utilitarianism argues that the right act or policy is that which would cause "the greatest good for the greatest number of people", also known as " ...
 
A Dream Play (Swedish: Ett drömspel) was written in 1901 by the Swedish playwright August Strindberg. It was first performed in Stockholm on 17 April 1907. It remains one of Strindberg's most admired and influential dramas, seen as an important precursor to both dramatic Expressionism and Surrealism. The primary character in the play is Agnes, a daughter of the Vedic god Indra. She descends to Earth to bear witness to problems of human beings. She meets about 40 characters, some of them havi ...
 
The Nuremberg Moot Court (nuremberg-moot.de) takes place every year. The competition aimes to encourage university students to become familiar with International Criminal Law by arguing a fictitious case in front of the "International Criminal Court". At the same time, it promotes the fundamental heritage of the Nuremberg Trials: criminal accountability within armed conflicts in keeping with the spirit of Human Rights and governed by the principle of fair trial as enshrined in the ICCPR in p ...
 
McGlinchey Stafford PLLC publishes the CAFA Law Blog. The CAFA Law Blog is the leading online resource for information, case analyses, and insights regarding the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005, better known as "CAFA." CAFA's enactment in February, 2005 revolutionized existing class action law, practice and strategies. Today's rapidly evolving CAFA class action landscape is now virtually unrecognizable to many class action practitioners, parties and courts. Countless ambiguities and uncert ...
 
Podcasts of Law lectures, and other videos not relating to specific courses, presented by the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford.
 
On 15th June 1215 the Magna Carta was sealed under oath by King John at Runnymede, on the bank of the River Thames near Windsor, England. 2015 is the 800th anniversary of this charter, which led eventually to the rule of constitutional law in England and beyond. This book of essays on various aspects of the Charter was written by distinguished academics for the Royal Historical Society to commemorate the 700th anniversary of Magna Carta. N. B. The readers in this project are not scholars of ...
 
These podcasts accompany the Law Express series, published by Pearson Education Limited.
 
These podcasts accompany the Law Express series, published by Pearson Education Limited.
 
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Nately's Magazine
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South Carolina U.S District Judge Richard Gergel on his new book "Unexampled Courage.”
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features a lecture by author Konrad Graf from 2012 on a number of topics relating to action-based jurisprudence. Topics covered include: rights-violating rights protectors; law and ethics; legal theory; responses to aggression; rights-protecting legal institutions; and misplaced complexity. Purch ...…
 
In this episode, Jessica Clarke, Professor of Law at Vanderbilt University Law School, discusses her article, "They, Them, and Theirs," which was published in the Harvard Law Review. Clarke begins by defining nonbinary gender identity and describing how nonbinary identity fits into modern civil rights doctrines. She details how nonbinary legal ...…
 
In this episode, Bruce Boyden, Associate Professor of Law at Marquette University Law School, discusses his article "Daly v. Palmer, or the Melodramatic Origins of the Ordinary Observer," which was published in the Syracuse Law Review. Boyden's article was part of the "Forgotten Intellectual Property" symposium sponsored by Syracuse Law School. ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features an audio essay written by economics professor and Austro-libertarian Walter Block from 1976, and which comprises Chapter 18 of Defending the Undefendable. Purchase books by Walter Block on Amazon here. Listen To This Episode (14m, mp3, 64kbps)
 
Foster Emerson Sylvers (1962-) is an American singer-songwriter. He is best known for his hit single "Misdemeanor," which was written by his brother Leon Sylvers III, and which reached #7 on Billboard's R&B charts. He has recorded 5 albums, none of which achieved the success of his debut. In 1994, Sylvers was convicted of a sex offense and inca ...…
 
In this episode, Claudia Haupt, Associate Professor of Law and Political Science at Northeastern University, discusses her article, "Professional Speech," in the Yale Law Journal and her two successive articles, "Professional Speech and the Content-Neutrality Trap" and "The Limits of Professional Speech" published in the Yale Law Journal Forum. ...…
 
In this episode, Joanna Schwartz, Vice Dean for Faculty Development and Professor of Law at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, discusses her article, "The Case Against Qualified Immunity," which was published in the Notre Dame Law Review. Schwartz begins by sketching a historical timeline of the idea of qualified immunity ...…
 
In this episode, Jorge Roig, Associate Professor of Law and Director of Neighborhood Programs at Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, discusses his article "A Quantum Congress," which was published in the Chicago-Kent Law Review. Roig begins by observing that democratic governance is failing: there is an irreconcilable tension between r ...…
 
In this episode, Zachary Kramer, Associate Dean of Faculty and Professor of Law at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, discusses his new book "Outsiders: Why Difference is the Future of Civil Rights," which is published by Oxford University Press. Kramer begins by explaining the traditional structure of statutory ...…
 
Too many times we focus on trying to expand our customer base or provide our services on a local level. However, you need to think about all of the things that you can do via podcast, youtube, webcast, or website that can expand your product. Tonight, we are going to talk about how to promote your LOCAL talent on a GLOBAL SCALE…
 
Judge John Hodgman and Bailiff Jesse Thorn are in chambers this week to clear the docket! They talk about living with one's mother after getting married, cheating coffee shops out of a few extra ounces of coffee, photos of friends and family as home decor, and twin birth orders. Plus follow up letters about Italian surname pronunciation and Avo ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Michael P. Fix, Associate Professor of Political Science at Georgia State University, discusses his article "The Complexities of State Court Compliance with U.S. Supreme Court Precedent," which he co-authored with Justin T. Kingsland and Matthew D. Montgomery, and published in the Justice System Journal. Fix begins by descr ...…
 
A jury recently awarded a $151-Million dollar verdict to Travaris “Tre” Smith who was left paralyzed after a 1998 Ford Explorer crashed and rolled over. The case is being structured to help with his long-term care. On Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen and co-host, Keith Christie talk with attorney LaBarron Boone from the Beasley Allen law firm, a ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features an interview of activist Steve Silverman of FlexYourRights.org by Tom Woods, host of the Tom Woods Show. They discuss the principles and applications of jury nullification, when juries refuse to convict on the basis that the allegedly violated law is unjust. Purchase books on jury nullif ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Sarah Hook, a lecturer at Western Sydney University School of Law, discusses her article "Dealing fairly with parody : how literary theory can inform legal definitions," which was published by the Australian Intellectual Property Journal. Hook begins by describing the concept of "fair dealing" under Australian copyright law ...…
 
I often engage in conversations with people about the usefulness of their college experience. Most people focus on the events and the friends. Very few focus on the classes. I'm curious. What did you learn from your college classes?
 
Let's be real. When you get to school, your priority is on 2 things; Studying and/or Partying (and not necessarily in that order). Graduation is a long way away and you are not even thinking about looking for a job until you get close to the end. Let me explain to you why that's the LAST thing you should do.…
 
You got a horrible roommate. Your financial aid is late. You didn't get into the desired class. Your room deposit was not received. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to your first semester. However, don't let it freak you but you may be asking yourself the question "Should I ride it out or maybe this college thing is not for me?" Tune in to listen ...…
 
In this episode, Duncan Hollis, Professor of Law at Temple University Beasley School of Law, non-resident scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and member of the Organization of American States Inter-American Juridical Committee, discusses his forthcoming article "Beyond Naming and Shaming: Accusations and International Law ...…
 
In this episode, Joshua Fershee, Professor of Law at the West Virginia University College of Law and Head of the Economic and Community Development Group in the West Virginia University Center for Innovation in Gas Research and Utilization, discusses his article "The End of Responsible Growth and Governance?: The Risks Posed by Social Enterpris ...…
 
As someone with 3 degrees, I am a big supporter of college. However, i have quite a few friends who are extremely successful and have made more money than me without going to college or finishing college. So, it's important that when you are considering college that you realize that maybe, just maybe, you don't need to go to college. Maybe it's ...…
 
Judge John Hodgman and Bailiff Jesse Thorn are in chambers this week to clear the docket! They talk about theater worthy movies, snow plowing, traveling while sick, wearing high school letter jackets as an adult, and bed times! Plus a letter in response to a previous docket case on sock folding.
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features an interview of journalist Johann Hari from 2019 by Joe Rogan, host of the Joe Rogan Experience. They discuss the effects of the War on Drugs, the roots of drug addiction, and his new book, Chasing the Scream. Purchase books by Johann Hari on Amazon here. Listen To This Episode (3h0m, mp ...…
 
On March 2, 1974, a group of antitrust scholars met at the Airlie House in Warrenton, Virginia, and changed the consensus position on United States antitrust policy. "The Day Antitrust Died?" is a special feature of the Ipse Dixit podcast, hosted by Ramsi Woodcock and Brian L. Frye, examining that historical moment. In this episode, we intervie ...…
 
So, you are not in the top 10% and you don't have a clue about what you should know about college. I know everyone tells you to go to your guidance counselor but let's be real, they have a lot on their plate and honestly, they are probably more focused on the top 10%. Don't stress. There are other people you can and you SHOULD talk to and it's ...…
 
Investigative journalist Anna Merlan on her new book "Republic of Lies” and conspiracy.
 
Today, we get bombarded with so many ads, promos and information about schools that we sometimes forget about the most important part of the process...YOU! As someone with 3 degrees, I learned the hard way that choosing a college is more than just looking at a school that LOOKs like it has everything we need. I want to take the time to share wi ...…
 
In this interview, Ryan Mosley, an associate at Pillersdorf, DeRossett & Lane, provides an introduction to Social Security administrative hearings. He begins by describing the different kinds of relief available from the the Social Security Administration and what qualifications are required for each. Then he describes the process of a Social S ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features a lecture by hip-hop artist Maj Toure from 2018 on the right to bear arms. He founded the Black Guns Matter movement in 2015 and advocates for 2nd Amendment education and information for urban communities. Maj has been featured in the New York Times, Breitbart News, National Public Radio ...…
 
In this episode, Elizabeth L. Rosenblatt, Visiting Professor of Law at UC Davis School of Law, discusses her article "Fair Use as Resistance," which was published in the UC Irvine Law Review. Rosenblatt begins by describing the relationship between copyright and fair use, and how copyright creates a hierarchy of producer/deriver/user. Then she ...…
 
In this episode, Gregory Shill, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Iowa College of Law, discusses his article "Should Law Subsidize Driving?," which will be published by the NYU Law Review. Shill begins by describing the terrible toll that automobiles inflict on America every year: 93,000 deaths (40,000 in crashes and another 53,00 ...…
 
This week's episode was recorded live at San Francisco Sketchfest! The first case is "Bleach of Contract." Then, Nnekay FitzClarke of MINORITY KORNER joins the stage for Swift Justice! She helps the judge rule on cases about home clutter, fancy dog breeds, and song key changes. Plus music from Martin Luther McCoy! Thank you to Sarah McCulley fo ...…
 
Herbert Marshall McLuhan (1911-1980) was a Canadian philosopher and media theorist. After graduating from the University of Manitoba and Cambridge, he taught at several different schools, before landing at the University of Toronto. He became internationally known when he published his book Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man (1964), and ...…
 
As a concept, as a slogan, as an expression of intent The Right to The City contains within it an opportunity for this generation to conceive of new methods of class struggle, of new models of class organization, and of the return of class power. It’s but one of many opportunities we have right now to advance a constructive, utopian, and revolu ...…
 
Executive Barie Carmichael on jobs, corporate stewardship, and the new social landscape.
 
In this episode, Sarah Burstein, Professor of Law at the University of Oklahoma College of Law, discusses her article, "The Patented Design," which was published in the Tennessee Law Review. Burstein begins by explaining what "design" is and how it relates to design patents. She describes the elements of a design patent, how they work, and the ...…
 
In this episode, Jeff Kosseff, Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity Law at the United States Naval Academy, discusses his new book, "The Twenty-Six Words That Created the Internet," which is published by Cornell University Press. Kosseff begins by describing the origin of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which exempts internet ser ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Claudy Op Den Kamp, Senior Lecturer in Film and faculty member at the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy and Management at Bournemouth University, discusses the book "A History of Intellectual Property in 50 Objects," which she edited with Dan Hunter of Swinburne Law School, and which will be published by Cambridge Uni ...…
 
Richard brings the case against his husband, Chris. They have a Japanese Maple tree in their yard and Richard loves it. But, Chris thinks it’s an eyesore! Thank you to Anna Oakley for naming this week's case! To suggest a title for a future episode, like Judge John Hodgman on Facebook. We regularly put out a call for submissions. It's the secon ...…
 
In this episode, Ilan Wurman, Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, discusses his book "A Debt Against the Living: An Introduction to Originalism," which is published by Cambridge University Press. Wurman begins by describing the premises of originalism, the constitutional the ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features an interview of economics and law professor Peter Leeson from 2017 by Trevor Burrus and Aaron Powell, hosts of the Free Thoughts podcast. They discuss rational choice theory as it applies to self-governance. What happens in the absence of government? They also discuss the difference betw ...…
 
News Literacy Project CEO Alan Miller on equipping students to discern fact from fiction
 
In this episode, Maureen E. Brady, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law, discusses her article "Property and Projection," which will be published in the Harvard Law Review. Brady notes the increasingly popular practice of projecting unflattering images and information onto physical property, and observes that p ...…
 
On this edition of Ringler Radio, we’re talking about preventing concussions in youth sports. Host Larry Cohen is joined by co-host, Nolan Robinson and returning guest, David Kracke, the Brain Injury Advocate-Coordinator for the Center on Brain Injury Research and Training (CBIRT), to tell us about CBIRT’s great work in concussion prevention ma ...…
 
This week Chris and Jason sit down with Donald Parkinson-- the managing editor of Cosmonaut Magazine-- to discuss post apocalyptic eco-war communism, rekindling the Utopian imagination, the need for a post-tradition socialist movement, The DSA, The Marxist Center, Mike McNair, and some of the reasons Donald thinks we shouldn't be so pessimistic ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features a lecture by economics professor David Friedman from 2013. Based on a course he teaches and a forthcoming book, he discusses the characteristics of legal systems quite unlike any we’ve known in contemporary Western society. Examples range from historic Imperial China and Periclean Athens ...…
 
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869-1948) was an Indian activist who led the Indian independence movement against British colonial rule. He became known for his advocacy of nonviolent civil disobedience to achieve political goals, and inspired civil rights movements around the world. In 1948, Gandhi was assassinated by Nathuram Godse, a Hindu nati ...…
 
In this episode, Rachel Moran, Assistant Professor of Law at the University of St. Thomas School of Law, discusses her article "Police Privacy," which will be published in the UC Irvine Law Review. Moran observes that in many states, including California and New York, records of police misconduct are not subject to records requests, or access i ...…
 
Adlai Ewing Stevenson II (1900-1965) was an American lawyer, politician, and diplomat. Stevenson graduated from Northwestern University School of Law in 1926, practiced law at Cutting, Moore & Sidley in Chicago, and then got into politics during the Roosevelt administration. He was elected Governor of Illinois, serving from 1949 to 1953, and re ...…
 
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