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Dave Cullen discusses his new book, “Parkland,” and how the Parkland students he met were able to create the impact they have in the year since the tragedy at their school.
Joe and Elie welcome Michael Avenatti to talk about him challenging Michael Cohen and Donald Trump over their treatment of his client, as well as his thoughts on the 2020 presidential candidates.
James A. Cox and Mark W. Rasmussen give a breakdown of what blockchain is, the emerging legal issues the technology is prompting, and why Jones Day thinks that it's an important emerging practice area.
Zach Warren talks about everything that went on during Legalweek 2019.
Attorney Jonathan Novak and Joanne Peterson discuss litigation against big pharma, what is being done to assist victims of opioid addiction and their families, and where those impacted can get help legally and personally.
Dan Rodriguez talks about his participation in a “un-panel” that had an open discussion about the cost of legal education.
William “Bill” Kunkle, the lead prosecutor, gives our listeners a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the crimes and prosecution of the man dubbed the “The Killer Clown”.
Mike Farris talks about his career as an entertainment lawyer and book author.
State Bar of Texas Podcast
Attorney Celeste Brustowicz, a member of Opioid Justice Team, talks about the legal work underway among a group of highly skilled attorneys, doctors and civil leaders on behalf of the babies in the opioid crisis.
Judge Michelle Rick and attorney Kim Jones talk about Michigan’s rule changes for limited scope representation that aim to lessen the justice gap.
Bob Carlson discusses many of the issues surrounding the immigration crisis and the effect the government shutdown has had on immigration courts.
Judy Perry Martinez discusses a variety of topics including lawyer wellness, immigration, gun violence, legal education, and legal technology.