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Jared ponders whether time management should be a “you do you” type of thing, and Alice and Brett of The Prosecutors Podcast talk through their approach to busy schedules and the growing popularity of true crime podcasts.
Professor Mark Fenster talks about non-disclosure agreements. We will take a look at former President Trump's use of NDAs, and the future of these types of agreements.
Lawyer 2 Lawyer
Dean Chemerinsky discusses why the Supreme Court did not address police powers during the first century of its existence; why the Warren Court was an aberration when it came to curtailing police powers; and what his experience was like when he investigated the Los Angeles Police Department’s notorious Rampart Division in 2000.
Jared pays his respects to the Norm Macdonald; Stanley Tate schools us on the perks of niche law; and, together, they talk through the best things Chicago and Kansas City have to offer.
This month’s Asked and Answered podcast is looking at how advocacy has changed in the country’s highest court. It’s part of a special series on how lawyers’ work has changed over the years.
ABA Journal: Asked and Answered
In this episode of The Modern Law Library, author Liel Levy discusses his book Beyond Se Habla Español: How Lawyers Win the Hispanic Market.
Jared ridicules your intake process; Chelsea Aitken tells you how to get the most out of your phone system; and, together, they take a look at some of New Zealand’s finest slang.