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This is a podcast about the law, nerdy entertainment and what happens when you put them both in a teleporter and they come out all mixed like Jeff Goldblum in the fly. Adam and guests will once a month, watch an episode of a Sci-fi TV Show, Watch a Sci-fi film or even listen to Sci-fi songs. Then they will break down the legal implications of these sources of entertainment so that in case we get transported into those worlds we don't get sued.New Episodes will be Monthly uploaded to SpaceLaw ...
 
Outer space doesn’t have to be all uncharted territory and vast unknowns. This weekly show from Inverse, enlists the universe's greatest experts, explorers, and enthusiasts to answer the questions that are worth spacing out over. Hosted by video producer and resident star child, Steve Ward, each episode will launch headfirst into topics of astronomical proportions with an approachable style. When will we realistically get to Mars? How would we build a space colony better than Earth? What wil ...
 
This podcast is brought to you in partnership with the Canadian Bar Association. It will serve as your educational resource on trauma-informed lawyering. Through inspiring interviews and thoughtful commentary, Myrna will shine a light on a critical competency you did not get any instruction on in law school. Trauma-informed lawyering 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. Lawyer ...
 
Hello beautiful people! Welcome to Food & Wine Pro's weekly Communal Table podcast. Chefs and restaurant workers take great care of everyone else, but often they need a little help themselves. Each week, Food & Wine’s senior editor Kat Kinsman talks with hospitality pros about how they manage their business, brain, and body for the long haul. Some of our very special guests include Samin Nosrat, Angie Mar, Seamus Mullen, David Chang, Pete Wells, and more. Subscribe now.
 
Legal Speak is a weekly podcast that makes sense of what's happening in the legal industry. Each episode tackles a subject that's worthy of a deep dive—from law firm profit hacks to Supreme Court showdowns to the most promising plays in legal tech. Hosted by Law.com Editor-in-Chief Zack Needles and Newsroom Innovation Director Vanessa Blum, Legal Speak offers straight talk from experts, plus an inside-the-newsroom perspective on market-shaping stories.
 
We're making women great again... even though we were already great! Join Care and Suz each week as we interview lady bosses from all shapes and sizes of companies, from creative entrepreneurs to corporate CEOs; from a budding small business to large corporations. We ask women about their struggles & their achievements, navigating a world where feminine energy is often underappreciated, and how they find balance in the world of business.
 
We are an offshoot of the Above the Law legal blog. But we are focused on the challenges women, people of color, LGBTQIA, and other diverse populations face in the legal industry. Let's be real -- it can suck out there. So we want to create a space where our community can come together share stories, find support and devise strategies. Our name comes from none other than the Notorious Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the jabot (decorative collar) she wears when delivering dissents from the bench. It' ...
 
A Shot of Torah with Levi Cooper; Rabbi Dr. Levi Cooper, the Maggid of Melbourne, teacher of Hasidut, community rabbi, lawyer, IDF reservist and father to six – shares a straight shot of Torah on topics of current interest from his Pardes classroom, his research and from his shul in Zur Hadassa. L’chaim!
 
Christina Rasmussen, author of “Second Firsts” and “Where Did You Go?”, and founder of the Life Reentry Institute, has life-altering conversations with people of all walks of life who have impacted the world against all odds. They have faced great loss and extraordinary circumstances and used their grief and life lessons to transform their lives. Each week, Christina speaks with artists, athletes, astronauts, authors, chefs, and every day people to explore their hardest moments and how they ...
 
Alternatives for a Distressed Company in Apparel and Retail: A Discussion on Strategies and Tips for a Successful Turnaround, Financing and Sale. The process of bidding for, financing and acquiring distressed companies in the Apparel and Retail space is competitive and complex. The panel will address the strategies and tips for success from the perspectives of an investment banker, a deal and bankruptcy lawyer, a turnaround executive, a lender and a tax accountant.
 
It is now almost universally accepted that our criminal justice system is broken. Anyone who has experienced its inner workings has a story to tell; from the accused to victims of crime, lawyers to probation officers, witnesses to judges. A decade of unparalleled cuts has completely reshaped our idea of criminal justice, an idea that was once envied globally. In Un:Just, we provide a space to tell the stories of that broken system. Visit thejusticegap.com https://soundcloud.com/ed-starkey-17 ...
 
Sisters With Invoices is an intersectional safe space that provides knowledge, tools and resources through dialectical interaction and activations centered around taking space for the voices, professional experiences + academia of Black femme bodies in the world of arts + entertainment. Our goal is to help uplift marginalized freelance creatives of color survive toxicity and better navigate through the perils of entertainment, arts and media creation. We believe that reclaiming media is a fo ...
 
Moe and Jenna Abdou interview a highly influential roster of founders, venture capitalists, CEO’s, master thinkers, bestselling authors, academic minds, and creatives to deconstruct the hidden insights that only those who are building breakthrough ventures can reveal. For ten years now, 33voices has engaged closely with founders, senior executives and company builders to identify interesting & pressing challenges that give rise to thoughtful dialogue with contributors who not only think diff ...
 
“The Psychonaut Show,” hosted by Dr. JKB, is on a mission to seek out strange, new worlds in inner space. We discover the tools that psychoanalysts since Freud have used to penetrate the mysterious depths of the unconscious. At times, we go beyond psychoanalysis into the wisdom traditions of both East and West, but always with the practical goal of becoming more effective, more connected, and more attractive in our daily lives. Dr. JKB is John K. Burton, M.D., a child, adolescent, and adult ...
 
Welcome to HOW IS THIS LEGAL, hosted by law student, Kyle Loraine. On this podcast, I have interesting discussions about the law with individuals from the legal field and beyond. Disclaimer: The information in this podcast is intended for entertainment purposes only. Listening to this podcast does not create an attorney-client relationship. The information in this podcast is prepared for a general audience and is not, nor intended to be, legal advice. Information is provided on an "as is" ba ...
 
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In this episode of The Link Podcast with Link Brown, we speak with Brandon LeBlanc, General Counsel for a large technology company. An American, living in Singapore now, Brandon discusses his journey to start working internationally, what opened him to this life, and how he honored his mother with a name change after the sacrifices she made for him…
 
Born to a Ghanaian immigrant father and African-American mother, engineer and aspiring author, Kodwo Dadzie, shares his journey. We discuss growing up with an immigrant parent in the United States, his journey to work at the prestigious CERN institute for nuclear research outside of Geneva, Switzerland, and our shared experience as African American…
 
Vitruvi Co-founder Sara Panton’s mission is to inspire people to feel limitless in their potential. Each of us is on a unique journey living in alignment with our purpose and values. We explore how to utilize rituals to gain clarity on our path, create from a place of pure intention, rather than ego, and courageously lean into moments of discomfort…
 
The beheading of a teacher by an 18 year old outside Paris struck a particularly jarring blow to the French psyche. Samuel Paty was murdered for teaching his students, including young muslims about freedom of speech, including the freedom to mock religion. It was seen by some as an attack on France’s secular values. Stephen Sackur speaks to Dominiq…
 
I’m excited to introduce Dr. Jade Teta to you today because his gifts in this world are so massive and incredible. Jade is an integrative physician, author, and expert in the realm of natural health, fitness, metabolism, and self-development. He has spent the last 25 years immersed in the study of strength and conditioning, hormonal metabolism, and…
 
No business exists without a customer; and no customers exist without marketing outreach - So, how is it that two businesses selling the same exact product/service can have vastly different results? Wharton Marketing Professor, Jonah Berger rejoins Moe Abdou to discuss the science of influence and why it starts with deep understanding.…
 
On this episode, we connect with Chicago plaintiffs attorney Jay Edelson, who the New York Times once labeled 'tech's least friended man.' Edelson, founder of 30-lawyer class action firm Edelson P.C., discusses the firm's recent $650 million privacy settlement with Facebook and describes what he's learning about remote work during the COVID-19 pand…
 
In what feels like a different lifetime, The Final Table star and vaunted chef Timothy Hollingsworth sat down in the Food & Wine studio to talk about his path from dishwasher to chef de cuisine at The French Laundry to striking out on his own as a restaurateur (Otium LA, CJ Boyd's, and Freeplay LA)—as well as using food to connect with a parent who…
 
Stephen Sackur speaks to Peter Frankopan, historian and author of the bestselling book The Silk Roads. There’s plentiful evidence that the coronavirus pandemic has inflicted more serious damage on the US than China. Has the impact of Covid-19 reinforced the notion that global power and influence is shifting to the East?…
 
Professor Edward "Ned" Foley discusses how Americans elect our federal officers and how the law and the courts have ruled on voting; from naming electors to deciding Bush v Gore in 2000.Edward Foley "Think the Constitution protects your right to vote? That’s not really true — but it should." Washington Post, October 19, 2020https://www.washingtonpo…
 
Few people actually end up living out their childhood dreams, either because the dream changes or life does. But, enchanted by the glossy pages of the first fashion magazines she ever read, Justine Cullen made it her mission to conquer the extremely competitive, coveted and convoluted ladder of the publishing world and ultimately landed her dream j…
 
This week on the podcast I am speaking with you about something that cannot be seen, cannot be felt directly, and cannot be acknowledged easily by yourself or others. This thing is also something that prevents you from healing and prevents you from what I call Life Reeentry. It can stop you from feeling joy, can contribute to feelings of anxiety, d…
 
This Is Your Brain on Food author Dr. Uma Naidoo and Jenna explore the gut brain connection and key nutritional pillars that can help us strengthen our mental health. Our gut dictates our body’s resilience. We discuss nutritional habits that help us bounce back from stress, practices to manage anxiety, and how healthy habit changes can offer us a s…
 
This week’s podcast is a conversation between Law.com business of law reporter Patrick Smith and Stephanie Biderman, a managing director of global consultancy Major Lindsey & Africa. They dive into the topic of associate life during COVID-19, discussing the challenges—and benefits—young lawyers have encountered while working remotely, as well as wh…
 
In every crisis there is opportunity. It is a mantra beloved by business schools and political strategists, but should it offer us comfort as Covid-19 continues to ravage the global economy? Stephen Sackur speaks to Jim O’Neill, former chief economist at Goldman Sachs, erstwhile advisor to the British Government and champion of big measures to revi…
 
ABA President Patricia "Trish" Refo discusses how the ABA supports elections and voting and how it advises on judicial nominations, and talks about her career in litigation.This episode referencesFederal Rules of Evidencehttps://www.rulesofevidence.org/Daubert Standard from Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals Inc., 509 U.S. 579 (1993)https://sup…
 
Before COVID-19 brought life as we know it to a halt and people started hunkering down at home, stirring up comforting stews, Joe Yonan stopped by Food & Wine headquarters to talk about his gorgeous—and prescient—new cookbook, Cool Beans. The Washington Post food editor opened up about his decision to eliminate meat from his diet, how he decides wh…
 
In a recent interview with Roshini Cope, Creator and Coach at Glamazini.com, she reminded me of a quote: "You need to be yourself, because if you’re not how are the people who need to hear you, going to find you?" Roshini took me through her story of making choices that everyone around her told her were safe, only to spend her life "trying to back …
 
We cannot know the contents of Donald Trump’s soul, but its fair to say his personal behaviour doesn't point to deeply held Christian belief. And yet the evangelical Christian right is a key pillar of his support base. Could that change in November’s election? Stephen Sackur speaks to Rob Schenck, an influential evangelical pastor and long-time ant…
 
I hope you enjoyed our little throwback re-release last week and I promise the guest we had to postpone will be well worth the wait in a few weeks. As for today’s guest, if you haven’t heard of him personally, you will definitely know of some of his incredible work through one of the world’s great examples of using business success for good. And th…
 
I’m solo on the podcast again this week and I want to speak with you about the change that is happening inside of us. The changes that come to us with age, with perspective and with experience. Lately, I’ve been thinking about all of the choices that I’ve made and wonder if they were the right ones. The jobs, the travels, the relationships, all of …
 
When Ukrainians overwhelmingly voted to make a comedian president, Europeans wondered what the punchline would be. In an exclusive interview, Stephen Sackur speaks to Volodymyr Zelensky, the comic actor who played a president on TV before getting the job in real life. He has had 18 months to make good on his promise to end corruption and find a pat…
 
Susman Godfrey's founder, Stephen Susman, died in July after a serious cycling accident and a bout with COVID-19. In August, the firm partnership elected Los Angeles litigator Kalpana Srinivasan to serve as a managing partner. She is the first woman and the first attorney outside Susman Godfrey’s Houston base to have that role. On this episode, Law…
 
Can touch be replicated digitally? What devices exist already and how likely are we to use them?Michael Banissy co-creator of the Touch Test, neuroscientist David Eagleman and researcher Carey Jewitt look at the possibilities for touch technologies in the future. David has developed a wristband that translates sound into touch for deaf people, Care…
 
Stephen Sackur speaks to the national spokesman for India's ruling BJP Narendra Taneja. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dominance of Indian politics is unquestioned but his ability to deliver competent government in a crisis is less certain. India now has the second highest official number of Covid infections in the world, and the real figure is tho…
 
Dan Sutherland, Chief Counsel of the Cyber Infrastructure Security Agency discusses the challenges of supporting election security across the US and just what steps the government takes to safeguard the vote.This episode references:CISA Resources for Lawyershttps://www.cisa.gov/resources-lawyersCISA Cyber Summithttps://www.cisa.gov/liveCISA Electio…
 
Left isolating in London during lock down, flatmates B and Z came up with a plan to stay healthy with a 6 0’clock hug.Hugging releases a mix of anti-stress chemicals that can lower the blood pressure, decrease anxiety and help sleep. Researchers Michael Banissy, Tiffany Field and Merle Fairhurst look at the evidence for the health benefits of touch…
 
Beautycounter SVP of Social Mission Lindsay Dahl is a clean beauty trailblazer. We have her to thank for over a dozen clean beauty laws. Today, we’re diving into the lessons her unique journey has offered about how to create lasting change. We’ll start at the beginning with finding your voice. Then, explore how to get your message heard by discerni…
 
Ryan Weiss, from Midwest of United States shares his story of developing an entrepreneurial spirit, living abroad in Singapore and The Philippines with his family, his battle through depression and his passion about helping business leaders to drive performance through a simple, And effective equation. PURPOSE + PEOPLE + PROCESS = PERFORMANCE WATCH…
 
Financial Expert, TV personality and Author. Rob Wilson has used his challenges to find his purpose. Discussion on dealing with his mother’s illness, the entrepreneurial journey and finding his niche, the student loan crisis, and being international about your money and vision. Rob Wilson is a financial advisor at an independent financial and inves…
 
**** Re-releasing this one for something different as a very big, exciting guest had to postpone last minute this week AND I realised some of you have only just joined and may not have caught up on our back catalogue! Also realised how much I've learnt about audio plus we recorded this in a very noisy hotel, but it's still a zinger so I hope you en…
 
The debate between nature and nurture is as old as the hills - is genetics or cultural conditioning the key to understanding human evolution? We speak to Joseph Henrich, a Harvard professor whose fascination with human evolution and anthropology has brought him to a radical conclusion. He says Western societies preoccupied with the individual not t…
 
Leadership aficionado, Margaret Heffernan joins Moe Abdou to explore ways to think about a future where the unexpected is destined to happen. Her latest book, Uncharted invites us to think differently, explore constantly, and embrace the gifts of uncertainty.By 33Voices
 
I’m solo on the podcast again this week and I’m sharing my thoughts and personal experience on a topic I wasn’t sure I should talk about. I almost didn't want to talk about this because I am not a nutritionist. I'm not a health coach or someone who has studied food in any way, but I am sharing this from my own perspective and my own understanding o…
 
In a special edition of the programme, HARDtalk is in the area known as the Lake District in north-west England. The landscape is beautiful, but is not wild. The fields have been shaped by generations of shepherds and stockmen. Stephen Sackur speaks to James Rebanks, whose farm has been in his family's hands for at least 600 years. In his book - En…
 
So much for the wheels of justice turning slowly. These days, developments at the U.S. Supreme Court are moving at warp speed. On this episode, Law.com Supreme Court correspondent Marcia Coyle and federal litigation and politics reporter Jacqueline Thomsen discuss the upcoming term and how Trump's conservative court pick could reshape the court's j…
 
The sense of systemic racial injustice in policing that has fuelled the Black Lives Matter movement is shared far beyond the shores of the United States. In Britain it is two decades since a top level inquiry into London's police force found it to be institutionally racist - how much has really changed? Stephen Sackur speaks to Leroy Logan was one …
 
In this episode John Barry, author of the bestselling book The Great Influenza discusses the historical and policy lessons of the 1918 flu and what they mean for 2020.This episode referencesThe Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in Historyhttps://www.amazon.com/Great-Influenza-Deadliest-Pandemic-History/dp/0143036491The Espionage …
 
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