The FAA approves Amazon’s fleet of aerial drones. What does that mean for deliveries? Drone Law lawyer Jonathan Rupprecht explains.
Why is age restriction being affected by COVID-19? Find out with Sean Andrade of the Andrade Gonzalez law firm.
What is Poll Worker Esquire and what does it do? ABA President Patricia Refo explains it all.
Roman Buhler from “Keep Nine” discusses their proposed Constitutional Amendment to keep the number of Supreme Court Justices to nine.
A non-political tribute to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Amy Lindholm from the Appalachian Mountain Club breaks down the Great American Outdoors Act and what it does for parks of all sizes nationwide.
Why are bankruptcies so low and will it last? Teadra Pugh of Bloomberg Law explains and makes her predictions for the future.
An oddly pivotal pre-trial motion that could inspire many businesses to sue their insurance companies for losses suffered from COVID-19 closures.
Vote integrity and voter fraud. How accurate will the 2020 elections be? Ilya Shapiro from the CATO Institute explains it all.
Can your boss restrict your vacation travel during COVID-19? Patrick Peters and James Verdi from Jackson Lewis breakdown the concerns and liabilities of going on vacation during Coronavirus for employers and their workers.
Chipotle is being sued, but for what? Making awesome burritos? Attorney Andrew Clubok explains their securities lawsuit and what's going on.
Contract tracing programs for COVID-19, what are they, how do they work, and what we should know about them. Hayley Tsukayama from the Electronic Frontier Foundation explains it all.
Joseph Marrone from the Marrone Law firm wants to make sure your ballot counts so tune into this episode to hear about the basic requirements and the do’s and don’ts.
In this last part of the series, author and writer Travis McDade reveals how and “who-done-it” on the eight million dollar heist at the Carnegie Library.
Author and writer Travis McDade breaks down the 8 Million Dollar heist at the Carnegie Library that took 25 years to complete.
Erik Kiilunen discusses the lawsuit against Governor Whitmer to limit emergency powers and reopen Michigan.
Michael Tanner of the CATO Institute explains the hidden costs behind occupational licensing.
Cori Robinson from Above the Law breaks down the Conservatorship of Britney Spears and what we can learn from it.
Darren Heitner, sports lawyer and Above the Law columnist returns to discuss the Congressional push to pay College Athletes.
Sharon Nelson of Sensei Enterprises dives into the world of artificial intelligence and crimes it could commit such as deepfakes, hijacking military vehicles, and phishing.
Simon Tam continues his discussion about fighting back against Cancel Culture and the vital importance of constructive disagreement.
Simon Tam of The Slants shares his battles with Cancel Culture and why trying to ruin others online has become so popular.
Joan Feldman breaks down her article, ‘Hot Topics: Top 12 Law Practice Management Posts of 2020 (So Far)’.
Author and president of The Happiness Center Dr. Elia Gourgouris joins us to discuss how to deal with disasters and crises.
Protocol expert Robert Hickey helps Laurence with the fanciest of parties and properly addressing his guests.
William Rinehart at Utah State University discusses the news about big tech companies testifying before the House on antitrust, politics, and censorship.
Amy Peikoff of Parler discusses Cancel Culture vs. Free Speech and the dangers it has to our civil liberties.
Little Sisters of the Poor gets a victory from the Supreme Court and Lori Windham of Becket tells us all.
ABA Journal Legal Rebel Podcast host Lyle Moran discusses the decision of the Washington Supreme Court to end its Limited License Legal Technician (LLLT) program.
Tune in to hear attorney Christopher Warnock's case about a tenant with severe pet allergies vs a tenant seeking an accommodation for an emotional support animal.
Kimberly Herrick shares with our listeners North Carolina’s decision to hold their July Bar Exam in person.
Trial lawyer John W. Dill tells us why his clients are suing Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
Veronica Vargas Stidvent and Fiona Trevelyan Hornblower share their new study that highlights the law school experience for women of color.
The city of Seattle is being sued over the CHAZ/CHOP occupation and attorneys Patty Eakes and Angelo Calfo explain their case.
What does defunding the police mean for communities that need them the most? Judge Tanya Acker from HotBench gives her opinion.
Tune in to hear about The Appellate Project and its mission to bring greater diversity to our appellate courts with founder Juvaria Khan.
Are Americans about to get a second wave of COVID-19 and how will that impact our criminal justice system? Judge Kevin Allen shares his thoughts.
Above the Law’s Brian Dalton tells us about their Outside Counsel Rankings done in conjunction with Lake Whillans and which law firms scored the best.
Darren Heitner from Above the Law and Sports Law attorney fills us in on Ohio State University’s requirement for athletes to pledge they won’t spread Coronavirus.
Hannah Zhao explains why the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the ACLU, and Greenberg Glusker are suing LA DOT for tracking electronic scooters.
Hear about Indiana’s new online bar exam that can be taken from home from executive director of the Indiana Office of Admissions Bradley Skolnik
Ilya Shapiro of the CATO Institute tells us why the Supreme Court blocked the Trump Administration’s rescission of DACA.
Kirsten Errick from Law Street explains California’s Assembly Bill 2261 on facial recognition technology and possible infractions of rights.
Hear all about the relist limbo in the Supreme Court and what that means for lawyers and their clients from John Elwood of SCOTUS Blog.
Allyson Baker of Venable discusses debt forgiveness requirements under the Paycheck Protection Program.
Tune in to hear about force majeure, the “escape hatch” contract provisions that potentially let business owners out of obligations with returning guest Jason Levine of Alston and Bird.
Jay Schweikert of CATO Institute discusses qualified immunity for the police and possible review from the Supreme Court.
Penn State Law’s journey through COVID-19 and beyond as told by Dean Hari Osofsky.
Law School Admission Council President and CEO Kellye Testy talks all about the new online LSAT FLEX.
Professor Daniel Farber of Berkeley Law discusses the Insurrection Act in the midst of nationwide riots.
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