Podcast: How law schools and the legal profession can support students and lawyers with disabilities

October 12, 2022

YOUNG LAWYER RISING — How can the legal profession be more supportive of law students and lawyers with disabilities? In a profession already marked by the hypercompetitive pursuit of performance and achievement, young lawyers often face pressure to downplay their disabilities.

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Podcast: Denver Law professor David Thomson discusses book on the future of legal education

October 12, 2022

ED UP LEGAL — Legal education is experiencing large swings in applications; a call for innovation & adaptation; demand for increased diversification of the profession; & cries for social justice impact & protection of the Rule of Law.

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Podcast: Georgia State University Law professor Eric Segall discusses teaching constitutional law

October 11, 2022

STAND UP WITH PETE DOMINICK — Today is “constitution day” in America- whatever that means. Just some  fake weird holiday that the constitutional law world created I guess but we never need an excuse to talk to Eric Segall.

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Podcast: Willamette Law dean Brian Gallini discusses experience becoming a dean during the pandemic

October 11, 2022

ED UP LEGAL — Legal education is experiencing large swings in applications; a call for innovation & adaptation; demand for increased diversification of the profession; & cries for social justice impact & protection of the Rule of Law.

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Podcast: How law schools can close the justice gap

October 6, 2022

TALK JUSTICE — Law school leaders discuss how their academic institutions work towards expanding access to justice on the latest episode of LS’s “Talk Justice” podcast.

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Podcast: UC Davis Law professor Mary Ziegler discusses Dobbs v. Jackson

October 5, 2022

UC DAVIS SCHOOL OF LAW — UC Davis Law Professor Mary Ziegler provides perspective on the historic reversal of Roe v. Wade by discussing how we got here, what happened and what the future will look like.

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Podcast: UC Davis Law professor Mary Ziegler discusses Dobbs v. Jackson

September 27, 2022

UC DAVIS SCHOOL OF LAW — UC Davis Law Professor Mary Ziegler provides perspective on the historic reversal of Roe v. Wade by discussing how we got here, what happened and what the future will look like. Professor Ziegler says that the Supreme Court’s ruling was in effect an attempt to change American democracy and

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New University of Virginia Law podcast answers popular questions from incoming students

September 26, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW — Natalie Blazer ’08, the assistant dean for admissions at the University of Virginia School of Law, has heard it all from prospective students, including a question about whether an applicant could pay full tuition upfront—without the admissions committee ever reviewing their application. (Answer: No.)

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CSU Cleveland-Marshall Law dean Lee Fisher launches leadership podcast

September 21, 2022

CLEVELAND MARSHALL COLLEGE OF LAW — Lee Fisher, Dean of CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, brings the unique leadership perspective he gained in his extensive career spanning the public, private and nonprofit sectors to a bi-weekly podcast, “Living Justice. Living Leadership.” The podcast launches September 7, 2022 with inaugural guest U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown.

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University of the Pacific McGeorge Law California Victims Resource Center podcast strives to inform victims about their rights

September 20, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC — The California Victims Resource Center (CVRC) recently launched the third season of their podcast “Knowledge is Power: Victim to Survivor.” The first two seasons of the podcast are in English, and the third season is in Spanish.

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