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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.

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Oct 2, 2020

RBG, Judge Amy Coney Barrett & the Impact on SCOTUS

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.

Sep 18, 2020

Bob Woodward, the “Trump Tapes,” and the Parallels to Watergate

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.

Sep 4, 2020

The President, the Press, and the Dossier

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.

Aug 21, 2020

The Constitutionality of the President’s Recent Executive Orders

Professors Kim Wehle and Michael McConnell discuss the constitutionality of President Trump's recent use of executive orders.

Aug 7, 2020

A Look at Voting in the Upcoming Election

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.

Jul 24, 2020

Standout SCOTUS Rulings, the Justices, and Impact

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.

Jul 10, 2020

Celebrating the Upcoming 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment

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.

Jun 26, 2020

Inside Girls High School Football and a Title IX Lawsuit

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.

Jun 19, 2020

A Quick Announcement

Tune in to hear a special announcement happening on L2L next week!

May 29, 2020

The Current State of Civility in the Legal Profession

Attorneys Dick Semerdjian and Jayne Reardon discuss the use of overly aggressive litigation tactics and the current state of civility in the legal profession.

May 15, 2020

The Killing of Ahmaud Arbery

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.

May 1, 2020

Potential Legal Issues Stemming from the Reopening of Businesses

Attorney Meg Kurlinski discusses states’ reopening of businesses and the potential legal issues employers could face as employees return to work.

Apr 17, 2020

Voting During a Pandemic

Professors Ned Foley and Charles Stewart III discuss voting during a pandemic and the impact the pandemic may have on the upcoming election.

Apr 3, 2020

Federalism and the Coronavirus

Professors Robert Tsai and Glenn Cohen discuss the concepts of federalism and states’ rights in the context of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.

Mar 20, 2020

Federal Funding and Sanctuary Cities

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.

Mar 6, 2020

The SCOTUS Ruling in Hernandez v. Mesa

Guest professor James Pfander explores the recent SCOTUS ruling in Hernandez v. Mesa.

Feb 21, 2020

Inside the Coronavirus Outbreak

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.

Feb 7, 2020

The Impeachment Trial of President Trump

Guests Tom Jipping and Alan Barron discuss the impeachment trial, specifically the issues of witnesses, new evidence, and its constitutionality.

Jan 24, 2020

Legal Ethics and the Profession

Guests Deborah L. Rhode and Scott Cummings explore legal ethics in today's world and what lawyers can do to maintain the reputation of the profession.

Jan 10, 2020

The Legalities Surrounding the U.S. Airstrike

Guests Bradley P. Moss and Rebecca Ingber discuss the legal issues surrounding the airstrike, its causes, and it’s potential ramifications.

Dec 23, 2019

The Divorce Mediation Movement

Attorney Kelly Chang Rickert discuss the pros and cons of mediation over litigation in divorce proceedings, and the impact on the couple going forward.

Dec 16, 2019

A Study into Women Leaving the Law

ABA President Judy Perry Martinez and attorneys and study authors Stephanie Scharf and Roberta Liebenberg discuss the recently released research on why women are leaving the law and how it is impacting firms.

Nov 27, 2019

The U.S. Supreme Court Ruling on Sandy Hook Families’ Lawsuit against Remington Arms

Professor Timothy D. Lytton and attorney Stephen P. Halbrook discuss the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the Sandy Hook families' lawsuit against gunmaker Remington Arms.

Nov 15, 2019

Inside the Liability of Selfies

Attorney Mitch Jackson discusses the dangers and risk people put themselves in to meet society’s obsession with capturing the perfect moment, and what may need to change.

Oct 18, 2019

Inside Impeachment

Attorneys Bowman and Healy discuss the impeachment inquiry, the process, the players, and what this means for the presidency.

Oct 4, 2019

The Whistleblower Complaint

Attorneys John R. Phillips and Bradley P. Moss take a look at whistleblowers’ rights, the impeachment inquiry, and what lies ahead for the Trump Administration.

Sep 23, 2019

California’s AB5 Gig Work Bill

Professors Diane Mulcahy and William B. Gould IV discuss California's AB5-gig work bill, the gig-economy, and the impact on the workplace.

Sep 6, 2019

Space Law

Attorneys Michelle Hanlon and Mark Sundahl discuss pertinent space case law, and other related legal issues we are currently seeing in the space law arena.

Aug 23, 2019

Inside New York’s Child Victims Act

Attorneys Jeff Dion and Jeff Anderson discuss the NY Child Victims Act, the impact, and the subsequent wave of litigation.

Aug 9, 2019

Website Accessibility and the ADA

Attorneys Eve Hill and Minh Vu discuss website accessibility litigation and how the ADA impacts such cases.

Jul 26, 2019

Natural Disasters and Dealing with the Aftermath

Daniel Wade, Jeanne Ortiz-Ortiz, and Alejandro Figueroa-Quevedo share their experiences assisting those impacted by natural disasters.

Jul 12, 2019

The 2020 Census Citizenship Question and Gerrymandering

Nicholas Stephanopoulos and Dale Ho take an in-depth look at two controversial SCOTUS rulings on gerrymandering and the 2020 census citizenship question.

Jun 28, 2019

The Golden State Killer, Genealogical Sites & Privacy (Rebroadcast)

Bicka Barlow and Nancy O’Malley discuss the Golden State Killer and talk about DNA techniques attorney's use today in cases similar to this.

Jun 21, 2019

Abortion Legislation and the Diverging States

Amy Swearer and Farah Diaz-Tello reexamines the historic Supreme Court abortion rights debate, and explore different perspectives about this heated and pressing matter.

May 31, 2019

Congressional Subpoena Power & Executive Privilege

Steven D. Schwinn and Michael Stern discuss Congressional subpoena power and whether President Trump can use executive privilege to block congressional subpoenas.

May 10, 2019

The Confederate Statues’ Ruling

Richard Schragger and Nestor Davidson take a look at a recent ruling, the controversy over the removal of Confederate statues and what is next in this legal fight.

Apr 26, 2019

Inside the Mueller Report

Attorney Frank O. Bowman III and Hans von Spakovsky discuss what the Mueller report revealed, the impact on the Presidency, and whether we will see impeachment hearings in the near future.

Apr 19, 2019

Gender Discrimination in Biglaw

Kathryn Rubino and Deborah K. Marcuse discuss the current workplace environment in big law firms and the importance of gender diversity within the workplace.

Mar 29, 2019

The Supreme Court’s Ruling in Timbs v. Indiana

Wesley Hottot and Tony Mauro take a look at the unanimous Supreme Court ruling in Timbs v. Indiana, discuss the case, the path to the Supreme Court, and the impact on future cases.

Mar 22, 2019

The College Admissions Scandal

Joy Blanchard and Steve Cohen spotlight the recent college admissions scandal.

Feb 22, 2019

The Legal Framework of the Anti-Vaccination Movement

Dorit Rubinstein Reiss and James Hodge take a look at the legal framework of the anti-vaccination movement, the rights of the child, the rights of the parent, legislation, and the great vaccination debate.

Feb 8, 2019

Inside the Opioid Epidemic and Big Pharma

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.

Jan 30, 2019

The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Cedric Merlin Powell, Justin Hansford and Theodore M. Shaw spotlight Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the civil rights movement, his legacy, and his lasting impact.

Jan 9, 2019

Predictions on the Mueller Report

Frank O. Bowman III and Hans von Spakovsky share some predictions on the special counsel’s investigation, and what could be revealed in the Mueller report.

Dec 21, 2018

Inside Campaign Finance Law

Erin Chlopak discusses election laws and the current political climate.

Dec 7, 2018

The California Fires & Dealing with Natural Disasters

Dan Wade, Tiela Chalmers, and Michael Hart discuss the recent California fires, how to prepare for natural or man-made disasters and how attorneys can get involved with assisting disaster survivors.

Nov 16, 2018

Trump vs. Acosta and the Press

Charles J. Glasser, Jr. and Thomas A. Clare discuss President Trump's relationship with the press, the recent removal of Jim Acosta's press pass at the White House, and CNN's lawsuit.

Nov 12, 2018

Birthright Citizenship and the 14th Amendment

Dr. John C. Eastman and attorney Margaret Stock discuss the origin and application of birthright citizenship, and whether or not it can be restricted.

Oct 31, 2018

Justice Kavanaugh’s Confirmation

Carrie Severino and Steven D. Schwinn talk about the controversy over Kavanaugh's appointment and his future impact on the Supreme Court.

Oct 19, 2018

Combating Cyberbullying

Maria Z. Vathis and Andrew Rossow discuss cyberbullying, the impact on victims, and the efforts by the legal profession to prevent cyberbullying.

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J. Craig Williams

J. Craig Williams is admitted to practice law in Iowa, California, Massachusetts, and Washington. Before attending law school, his...

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