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Episode 195: Based
We dip back into the mailbag to discuss verdicts, unpublished opinions, "based off," canons and...
History and humanities
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Episode 194: Topoi
With Zahr Said and Jessica Silbey, we discuss new narrative forms, their setting, and their influence on law and...
Episode 193: A Giant Thunderstorm
Fast on the heels of her last appearance, Carissa Hessick joins us to talk about corpus linguistics, which means......
Episode 192: Precisification
At long last, we discuss originalism with one of its foremost proponents, Lawrence Solum. In this conversation, we...
Episode 191: Dynasty
After discussion of failing memory, mispronunciation of names, and legal scholarship, we turn to a very serious topic...
Episode 190: Why We Write
Just Joe and Christian talking about, inter alia, a paper about judicial writing and practice by the late Judge Wald....
Episode 189: Repugnance
Kim Krawiec rejoins us to discuss "repugnant" transactions. One common target of this adjective is trade in...
Episode 188: Common Law Crimes
If you were charged with a crime, would you rather it be one written down by a legislature and codified in the tomes...
Episode 187: Both Sides of the V
Jocelyn Simonson returns to the show to wake us up to the many public interests on both sides (and no sides and all...
Episode 186: Ephemeral
Exactly five years after our first show, we record a conversation on the ephemeral or perduring nature of podcasts...
Episode 185: Embassy Suites
Brexit, China, international trade, security, distribution, resentment, madness, and coffee with Tim Meyer.
Episode 184: Bleep that Bleep
Here's your Thanksgiving Holiday episode, perfect for travel and your other holiday needs. If you listen only for...
Episode 183: West Coast Model
Episode 183: West Coast Model (guest Chris Elmendorf)
Why is housing so expensive in major West Coast and...
Episode 182: An Editorial Board of Dodsonians
The publication of legal scholarship is, compared with that in other academic disciplines, is, well, weird. Almost...
Episode 181: The Dragon
We talk with our colleague Sandy Mason about the use of algorithms in criminal law decisionmaking - and especially...
Episode 180: Spectral
Just Joe and Christian on: listener feedback (01:09), the Supreme Court confirmation crisis and constitutional...
Episode 179: Snowglobe
Joe becomes the guest guest and Mike Madison the guest host, as we talk about Joe's new research into the web of...
Episode 178: Dear Bushrod
This week, it's the latest edition of "Things Haven't Always Been Like This". Farah Peterson...
Episode 177: The Hard Drive Has Always Been the Enemy
It's our annual Supreme Court term roundup, with special guest Ian Samuel. We discuss, natch, one case, Carpenter...
Episode 176: Ultimate Monday
A full hour of pre-roll before our extended conversation (in the next episode) with Ian Samuel. Opening topics:...
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BÔNUS - História: Regulamentação da Profissão - Entrevista com Benito Schmidt
Entrevista Adrian Almazan Gomez
Ep 48 - Gheorghe, Grigore și Süleyman
"Vuelta a las raíces", un libro de leyendas extremeñas
Modelos pedagógicos contemporáneos
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Dilshan's Thoughts S02 EP15
Les rendez-vous de Philopop : l'Etat de droit est-il menacé par une banalisation des mesures d'exception ?
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