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Host Dan Rodriguez speaks with Steven Drizin and Laura Nirider about youth interrogation, false confessions, and Brendan Dassey.
Daniel Rodriguez speaks with Northwestern Pritzker School of Law Professor of Law Deborah Tuerkheimer about campus sexual misconduct.
Joe Patrice interviews North Carolina House of Representatives Speaker Pro Tempore Paul Stam about post-shelby voter and election laws.
Joe Patrice speaks with Holly Cooper and Elisa Massimino about their conference panel covering legal issues surrounding the world immigration crisis.
Sandy Gallant-Jones speaks with former federal prosecutor, producer, and author Jonathan Shapiro about his work writing legal dramas for television.
Panelists from the ABA Annual Meeting consider forward-thinking proposals to address the issue of increased police militarization.
Joe Patrice talks with Rachel Moran and Nicole Austin-Hillery about the current state of the Supreme Court.
Emerson Tiller and Leslie Oster discuss the new Master of Science in Law Program and how the law can integrate with the more technical aspects of business management and innovation.
Peter DiCola talks about music copyright law and how new technology has affected the industry.
On the morning of March 21, 1981, the body of 19-year-old Michael Donald was found hanging from a tree in Mobile, Alabama. The years that followed saw the conviction of his two killers and a civil case brought by Donald’s mother which bankrupted the largest Klan organization in the United States. In this episode of...