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Confronting the threat of climate change with CERL Fellow Xander Meise 

January 21

CERL’s Xander Meise and Claire Finkelstein discuss on the national security threat of climate change and investigate solutions.

Post date: January 21, 2021

current, episodes, podcast 

Professors Wilkinson-Ryan and Hoffman bring contract law to the podcasting world 

December 21

Professors Tess Wilkinson-Ryan L’05 and David Hoffman’s podcast, “Promises, Promises,” draws from contract case law to bring you on-the-go legal commentary. 

Post date: December 21, 2020

current, episodes, podcast 

Professor Sarah Paoletti and Advocate Azadeh Shahshahani on the current state of ICE facilities and reform 

December 15

Law School Professor Sarah Paoletti and Project South’s Legal and Advocacy Director Azadeh Shahshahani discuss the current state of ICE facilities and calls for reform after reports of human rights violations.

Post date: December 14, 2020

archived, episodes, podcast 

Dissecting the current state of nursing homes and long-term care with Professor Allison Hoffman and Dr. Norma Coe 

November 19

Law School Professor Allison Hoffman and Dr. Norma Coe, PhD from the Perelman School of Medicine, Leonard Davis Institute Senior Fellows, discuss their paper, “Long-Term Care Policy after Covid-19 — Solving the Nursing Home Crisis.” The paper is co-authored with Dr. Rachel M. Werner from the Perelman School of Medicine.

Post date: November 19, 2020

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Professor Michael Murphy on the “Duty to Google” and its growing importance in practice 

November 5

Professor Michael Murphy’s report, “The Search for Clarity in Attorney’s Duty to Google,” discusses how judges have found lawyers to not do their diligence in doing research on the clear web. Professor Murphy joins us to discuss the growing importance of a basic web search in the 21st century.

Post date: November 5, 2020

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Professor Michael Levy on Van Buren vs. United States and what it means for you 

November 3

Professor Michael Levy discusses the upcoming Supreme Court Case, Van Buren vs. United States. This is the first time that Court is reviewing the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, which will determine whether the law extends beyond hackers and unauthorized users of electronics systems to authorized users who access computer information for unauthorized activities.

Post date: November 3, 2020

archived, episodes, podcast 

Professors Claire Finkelstein and Richard Painter on Bill Barr, the DOJ and the case for impeachment 

October 30

CERL’s Claire Finkelstein and Richard Painter discuss their bipartisan report alleging that William Barr has corrupted the Department of Justice

Post date: October 30, 2020

archived, episodes, podcast 

Professor Abrams’ City Crime Stats is your window into the relation between Covid-19 and city crime 

October 26

Law School Professor David Abrams’ City Crime stats provides a unique window into how crime across major cities correlates with Covid-19.

Post date: October 26, 2020

archived, episodes, podcast 

Demystifying the DOJ’s lawsuit against Google with Professor Herb Hovenkamp 

October 22

Antitrust legend Herbert Hovenkamp joins Case in Point to explore the DOJ’s lawsuit against Google.

Post date: October 12, 2020

archived, episodes, podcast 

Tracking insurance litigation in the age of Covid-19 with Professor Tom Baker 

October 12

Law School Professor Tom Baker is the creator of the Covid Coverage Litigation Tracker, which provides empirical research on insurance disputes and resolutions during the pandemic.

Post date: October 12, 2020

archived, current, podcast 

Professor Christopher Yoo on his project 1 World Connected and how connectivity saves lives 

September 28

Christopher Yoo and his 1 World Connected team research how internet connectivity is bringing people together and saving lives.

Post date: October 7, 2020

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