Lawyer 2 Lawyer
Lawyer 2 Lawyer is an award-winning podcast covering relevant, contemporary news from a legal perspective. Host J. Craig Williams invites industry professionals to examine current events and recent rulings in discussions that raise contemplative questions for those involved in the legal industry. Launched in 2005, Lawyer 2 Lawyer is one of the longest-running podcasts on the Internet.
Greg Magarian takes a look back at the January 6th Capitol insurrection, First Amendment issues surrounding that day, and the investigation by the January 6th committee.
Kelly Chang Rickert talks about divorce and the holidays, co-parenting, putting children first, and how to make your child’s holiday the best one yet.
Dean James J. Alfini talks about the ethical guidelines judges need to abide by, judicial misconduct, and whether past incidents of misconduct necessitate reform.
Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge talks about Thanksgiving and how to peacefully broach the controversial topic of vaccines with your family members.
Professor Christopher Slobogin talks about the trial in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, the "intentional discrimination" in jury selection, the citizen's arrest law, and the potential impact all of this this could have on the case.
Conrad Saam talks about the award industry, the constraints for legal marketing, and the infamous (and apparently distinguished) Zippy the Chicken.
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.
Mediator David A. Hoffman talks about the explosion of mediation during the pandemic, the push for mediation as an alternative to trials, and what the future holds for jury trials.
Dean Kimberly Mutcherson talks about Texas' abortion law, SB 8, its constitutionality, and what it means for the future of Roe v. Wade.
Ellen Wright Clayton talks about the mask controversy in schools and communities across the United States, mask mandates, and litigation surrounding these issues.
Rebecca Ortiz PhD talks about the sexual harassment in politics and holding perpetrators accountable over these claims.
Host Craig Willliams and guest David A. Super talk about the creation of the House select committee, the investigation of January 6th, hearings, subpoenas, and where this is all headed.
Host Craig Willliams and guests Gary Blasi and Breanne Schuster talk about the legal issues surrounding homelessness, separation of powers, current legislation, and what is being done to combat this nationwide problem.
Host Craig Willliams and guest Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin talk about the Rights of Nature doctrine, representing ecosystems, and whether nature has its own legal rights.
Host Craig Williams and guest Jim Oleske talk about the recent rulings on religious freedom cases that have come before SCOTUS and the impact these rulings will have on future cases.
Host Craig Willliams and guest Tom Holt take a look at the recent ransomware attacks, and what to do if you, your firm, or your company become a target.
Host Craig Willliams and guest Jeff Lewis take a look at states regulating protests through legislation, the First Amendment, and the impact on those who protest.
Host Craig Willliams and guest Tonja Jacobi take a look at packing the Supreme Court, potential reform, and next steps under the Biden administration.
Host Craig Willliams and guests, Shannon Jankowski and David Bralow take a look at the treatment of journalists during recent protests, freedom of the press, and the filming and photographing of the police by citizens.
Host Craig Willliams and professors Claire Finkelstein & General Charles J. Dunlap Jr., discuss the potential threat of cyber warfare, U.S./Russia relations, and Ukraine.
Host Craig Willliams and professor Eric Ruben discuss the debate surrounding open carry laws, Young v. Hawaii, and open carry vs. public safety.
Host Craig Willliams and former U.S. attorney Joyce White Vance discuss charging the Capitol rioters, newly appointed Attorney General Merrick Garland, and future charges against all involved.
Host Craig Willliams and professor Heather Payne discuss litigation, liability, and ERCOT’s role in Texas’ recent weather crisis.
Host Craig Willliams and professor Laura K. Donohue discuss the recent circuit court ruling on electronic device searches at the U.S. border.
Host Craig Willliams and professors Michael W. McConnell and Dr. Kevin G. Vance take a look at President Biden's executive orders.
Host Craig Willliams and attorneys Alan Gassman and Michael McAuliffe take a look at legal liability stemming from the U.S. Capitol riot, federal felony charges, and what lies ahead for all involved.
Host Craig Willliams and constitutional law professor Carlton Larson take a look at the legal line between sedition and free speech, and define what is and isn't sedition under the current president.
Host Craig Willliams and former lawyer turned world traveler Jodi Ettenberg discuss her departure from the law and the importance of following your passion.
John S. Stiff and Danielle Hirsch discuss getting justice during a pandemic and give an inside look at what's going on in courtrooms across the country today.
Law professors William C. Banks and Leslie Gielow Jacobs talk about the practical impact of a delayed transfer of power from an uncooperative incumbent administration, both for the incoming administration and the American people.
Attorney David S. Weinstein talks about the loss of presidential immunity after Donald Trump leaves office and what legal challenges he may face.
Professor Joshua A. Douglas talks about legal issues leading up to the election including voter suppression, the controversy over mail-in ballots, and the impact of the Supreme Court.
Harry Nelson, founder and managing partner of Nelson Hardiman, discusses the current health of the president, whether it is a national security issue to not know his condition, and the impact of the president’s words regarding the virus on the American public.
Cardozo School of Law Professor Deborah Pearlstein discusses the latest on SCOTUS, the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, President Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett in an election year, and the potential impact on the High Court.
Attorney Jim Robenalt and former White House counsel John W. Dean discuss the parallels to the Watergate scandal through the recently released "Trump Tapes,” and how these revelations could impact the president before the election.
Professor Stephen Gillers and attorney Charles Glasser discuss an alleged dossier against Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold and the current and historic relationships between the White House and journalists.
Professors Kim Wehle and Michael McConnell discuss the constitutionality of President Trump's recent use of executive orders.
Jim Gardner, a specialist in election law out of the University at Buffalo School of Law, discusses voting in the upcoming election, mail-in voting, foreign interference in elections, and what we will see on election day.
Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, discusses SCOTUS, some of SCOTUS’ more notable recent decisions, the justices, and the impacts of these rulings.
Historian Ellen Carol DuBois and law professor Paula Monopoli discuss the upcoming 100th Anniversary of the official adoption of the 19th Amendment and take a look at the history of women fighting for voting rights.
Attorney Brent Gordon and his daughter, Sam Gordon, discuss girls high school football, their pending Title IX lawsuit, and the importance of fighting for change for girls in sports.
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Attorneys Dick Semerdjian and Jayne Reardon discuss the use of overly aggressive litigation tactics and the current state of civility in the legal profession.
Chris Bruce discusses the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, the laws of Georgia, the handling of this case by prosecutors, and where this matter stands today.
Attorney Meg Kurlinski discusses states’ reopening of businesses and the potential legal issues employers could face as employees return to work.
Professors Ned Foley and Charles Stewart III discuss voting during a pandemic and the impact the pandemic may have on the upcoming election.
Professors Robert Tsai and Glenn Cohen discuss the concepts of federalism and states’ rights in the context of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Professors Ilya Somin and Philip L. Torrey discuss President Trump's intent to withhold federal funding to sanctuary cities and the impact this could have on state/local rights and immigration.
Guest professor James Pfander explores the recent SCOTUS ruling in Hernandez v. Mesa.
Guest attorney Grace Yang explores this new coronavirus outbreak, the overall impact on travel, and business, and China's new rules for dealing with the coronavirus.
Guests Tom Jipping and Alan Barron discuss the impeachment trial, specifically the issues of witnesses, new evidence, and its constitutionality.
J. Craig Williams is admitted to practice law in Iowa, California, Massachusetts, and Washington. Before attending law school, his...
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