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Who owns my body after I die? Can I leave my entire estate to my dog? Do I own the rights to the tattoo on my arm? Welcome to Trial by Podcast, a fortnightly podcast series by Australian law firm, McCabes where we discuss dinner-party legal topics, current events and the laws surrounding them.
 
A big warm welcome to Get Legally Speaking, the first UK legal consumer podcast tackling the issues that we all want to know about. Do not miss out on listening to over 100 podcasts episodes, giving you hot tips and tons of jargon free legal knowledge, a variety of topics, including divorce, to family law, employee rights, property law, consumer rights and yes! Brexit. With over 1 million downloads already, I, Hatti Suvari the founder of this revolutionary podcast, get chatting to the best l ...
 
LAWYERED is a bi-weekly, independent podcast show that takes a critical look on Canadian legal issues. Each episode features a conversation with a different legal professional who will provide their insight on recent developments in the law.
 
How aware do you think you are about your laws? Do you look up laws and sections of the IPC, and say to yourself, 'it's complicated?' Well, Know Your Kanoon is a podcast to help you inch closer to understanding the laws and your rights. As a civil, criminal and tax lawyer, Amber Rana addresses questions from listeners and gives you insights into the various implications of the laws, rights, and sections under specific circumstances. This show aims to bring clarity and awareness about the leg ...
 
Let's make sense of the world – together. From the economy and health care to politics and the environment – and so much more – On Point host Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with newsmakers and real people about the issues that matter most. On Point is produced by WBUR.
 
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HLS Environmental & Energy Law Program

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The Harvard Law School Environmental & Energy Law Program influences policy discussions about environmental, climate, and energy issues. The EELP offers robust legal analysis and practical governance solutions that will move these discussions forward.
 
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Bloomberg Industry Group

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[Un]Common Law is the place where public policy, legal issues, and storytelling collide. That means sometimes we dive into the weeds on the biggest legal, government, or tax stories; examining a single topic or big idea, and reporting it out in a multiple episode series or special single episode. Hosted by Adam Allington.
 
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Dragon Digital Radio

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Join Attorney Robert V. Clark as he talks about the law with an eye toward practical applications useful to HCC students, employees, and everyone else. Covering topics ranging from landlord tenant matters, traffic stops, debts and bankruptcy, injury cases, jury duty, DUI's, marijuana law, gender and sexual orientation discrimination (Including Title 9) and everything else in between.
 
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Best's Recommended Insurance Attorneys & Adjusters

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Best’s Insurance Law Podcast series examines key topics in the insurance industry from an attorney’s point of view. Featured panelists are top lawyers from firms profiled in Best's Insurance Professional Resources, a highly selective online service showcasing only firms recommended by their clients for outstanding service to the insurance industry. Published by AM Best, Best's Insurance Professional Resources is a claims industry resource that features qualified legal counsel, independent in ...
 
Join Liberty Environmental’s experts in discussing topics of current interest in the environmental field, as they affect business and industry. This podcast is an informative and engaging discussion about environmental challenges by specialists in environmental due diligence, site remediation, air quality, regulatory compliance, natural resources, and other areas.
 
Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
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The Global Energy & Environmental Law Podcast

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The International Environmental Law Committee of the American Branch of the International Law Association

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A discussion of global and local environmental law issues. Produced by the University of South Dakota School of Law and the International Environmental Law Committee of the American Branch of the International Law Association. Hosted by Professor Myanna Dellinger.
 
Law in the Bush is a fortnightly podcast exploring cutting edge legal research and legal issues. It puts the spotlight on RRR. We're calling it regional, rural and remote law research as it flies out of UNE. Each episode will feature a legal expert talking about key issues that focus on modernising the law and legal institutions in Australia and, because we live in an interconnected world, globally. Legal issues that we put under the microscope impact on natural resources; renewable energy; ...
 
UCC School of Law's podcast showcasing the research of our students and staff. In keeping with the School's ambition to engage with wider society, the podcast details the work of organisations involved in advocacy, human rights, criminal justice, the environment, IT and business law.
 
Parts Per Billion is Bloomberg Law's environmental policy podcast. We cover everything from air pollution, to toxic chemicals, to corporate sustainability, and climate change. The reporters from our environment desk offer an inside look at what's happening at Congress, in the courts, and at the federal agencies, and help explain the scientific and policy debates shaping environmental laws and regulations. Host: David Schultz
 
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Santa Fe Institute, Michael Garfield

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Far-reaching conversations with a worldwide network of scientists and mathematicians, philosophers and artists developing new frameworks to explain our universe's deepest mysteries. Join host Michael Garfield at the Santa Fe Institute each week to learn about your world and the people who have dedicated their lives to exploring its emergent order: their stories, research, and insights…
 
The Natural Resources Council of Maine is a nonprofit membership organization protecting, restoring, and conserving Maine's environment, now and for future generations. We work to improve the quality of Maine's rivers; to reduce toxic chemicals threatening the health of Maine families and wildlife; to decrease air and global warming pollution, and to conserve Maine lands. NRCM harnesses the power of the law, science, and the voices of more than 25,000 supporters statewide and beyond. Togethe ...
 
CIFOR conducts global research on forest and climate change, adaptation, redd, indigenous groups, deforestation, gender, dry forests, food security, illegal logging, governance, biodiversity. The Center for International Forestry Research is a nonprofit, global facility dedicated to advancing human wellbeing, environmental conservation and equity. We conduct research that enables more informed and equitable decision making about the use and management of forests in less-developed countries. ...
 
Are you “obsessively compulsive” about literally everything? Do basic facts of life, such as heavy breathing and couples riding scooters together, set you off? Carol and Francesca, two law students and future headliners, have created the ideal environment to bitch about life. No topic is off-limits, and no one is safe. Come for the humor, stay for the unsolicited life advice and millennial dating stories. Welcome to the Obsessively Compulsive lifestyle.
 
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Legal Talk Network

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Welcome to The Chicago Bar Association’s @theBar, a podcast where young and young-ish lawyers have interesting and unscripted conversations with their guests about legal news, events, topics, stories and whatever else strikes our fancy.
 
EPR is Connecting Environmental Professionals through Conversation! Our show is brought to you by the National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP) and follows environmental professionals at all levels of their career in a variety of industries to bring you a nuanced and informed discussion on what it’s like to work in the environmental arena. Hear us talk through failures, struggles, and successes of the typical environmental professional. We will also highlight news, updates, ...
 
What would a law firm built by the founders of Disney, Four Seasons, Amazon, and Zappos look like? Lawyers (and other professionals) aren't in the same "service" industry as those companies, but that doesn't mean we can't benefit from employing their rigorous service mindsets. We give you inspiration and tactics to smooth out your processes, bolster your reputation, and increase your revenue - every episode of Five Star Counsel has actionable tips for you to build the firm that clients rave ...
 
Do you hate working as a lawyer? Are you an unhappy lawyer who wants to leave the law, but isn't sure what to do next? Do your family and friends think you're crazy for wanting to leave the law, or are you too afraid to tell them you don't want to be a lawyer? The Former Lawyer Podcast is for you! Each week, host Sarah Cottrell interviews a different former lawyer who has left the law behind. Hear inspiring stories about how these former lawyers are thriving and found their way to careers an ...
 
A weekly pop culture podcast covering the things that matter online and offline, pop culture, feminism, literature, movies, and the spine-chilling art of navigating modern life in an urban environment. Hosted by London-dwelling Swedish couple Jenny & David Mustard. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
UCL's award-winning campaign, Disruptive Thinking Since 1826 and hashtag #MadeAtUCL, has been phenomenal in its scope with hoardings at UCL East in London, graphics and animations on our website; a festival, podcast series, and involvement of the wider public to vote for their favourite breakthrough UCL research. This year, we continue to feature more UCL breakthrough stories through Season Two of the podcast! This time, we are also sharing stories from our community, our pioneering research ...
 
Animals are increasingly at the forefront of research questions – Not as shadows to human stories, or as beings we want to understand biologically, or for purely our benefit – but as beings who have histories, stories, and geographies of their own. Each season is set around themes with each episode unpacking a particular animal turn concept and its significance therein. Join PhD Candidate Claudia Hirtenfelder as she delves into some of the most important ideas emerging out of this recent tur ...
 
This bi-weekly podcast from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance shares powerful stories of local renewable energy, from mayors discussing their city’s commitment to 100% renewable energy to tales of innovative community owned solar to questions about the the best rooftop solar policy. Join host John Farrell, the director of the Institute’s Energy Democracy Initiative, as he asks if the 100-year-old monopoly market structure for electricity delivery makes sense in an on-demand, distributed ...
 
My website blog now available in podcast! Subscribe to these solution-and-success-oriented narrated blog stories focused on topics that are the foundation of all my photography work -- wildlife rehabilitation and protection, land conservation, faith and environmental stewardship, and great places or opportunities to photograph wildlife and nature. Hear about my latest travels, tips, insights, and inspirations.
 
In each episode we take a deep dive into the world of shipping, the law and some stuff in between. We talk to interesting people with diverse backgrounds, all of whom are connected by their love of the sea and their life-long involvement in the shipping industry - covering everything from commerce and law, all the way to education and the environment. Bowmans is a leading African corporate and commercial law firm.
 
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Professor Myanna Dellinger interviews law professor and Brazilian attorney Dr. Carolina Arlota of the University of Oklahoma College of Law, who compares climate change action in Brazil to that in the United States. Among other things, she promotes the view that litigation may help advance the agenda even if positive outcomes are not achieved at th…
 
Merger control assessments are becoming less predictable. The European Commission has changed its policy towards Member State referrals. The CMA has been flexing its broad jurisdictional thresholds to call in transactions for review. Driven by a desire not to let any transactions fall through the net, there is a key focus on innovative sectors such…
 
Lisa Ward is joined by her colleague Aileen Kennedy to discuss her work on solutions to bias towards intersex children. Aileen’s research is cutting edge and in the vanguard on state agendas. The ACT and Victorian have started the process, and other states are taking notice about consent and bodily integrity issues. Aileen is one of the driving for…
 
Nathan Thanki @n_thanki of Demand Climate Justice @gcdcj talks about the COP 26 in Glasgow 10/31-11/12. The people of the third world will be fighting to improve climate change. The US and the EU will be working to maintain capitalist, imperialist climate change.We hear a clip of a call that Eric Mann, Channing Martinez, and Barbara Lott holland ha…
 
If you think coal is controversial, spare a thought for nuclear energy. It may not be everybody’s choice as a replacement for fossil fuels, but the technology is evolving, new reactors are being built and researchers are working on making them smaller and mobile. In this episode we give an overview on the size and scale of the nuclear energy sector…
 
Pressure is mounting on U.S. lawmakers and White House officials, who met again Wednesday, to secure a deal on the president's Build Back Better agenda. But key sticking points, like how to pay for the massive social spending bill, remain. White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor joins Judy Woodruff with the latest on the negotiations. PBS NewsHo…
 
To fund their reconciliation bill, Democrats have suggested a billionaires' tax, which could raise up to $250 billion. But the idea has faced opposition from Republicans and moderate Democrats. Lawmakers are also considering changing taxes on corporations. For more on the Democrats' plans to fund the bill, William Brangham is joined by Neil Irwin o…
 
In our news wrap Wednesday, immigration arrests in the U.S. interior hit their lowest level in more than a decade. The White House says states are moving quickly to order Pfizer's low-dose COVID shot for young kids. The top U.S. military commander confirmed that China has tested a hypersonic weapon. Long lines wrapped around gas stations in Iran fo…
 
School board races are usually quiet contests centered around local issues like budgets. But this year, many of these boards are engulfed in nationalized, cultural hot-button fights over issues like mask mandates and teaching critical race theory. Anger at school boards has resulted in heated meetings and threats of violence -- and federal interven…
 
Many schools across the United States are grappling with ways to close the achievement gap between white students and students of color. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on those efforts in Minnesota, which has some of the worst disparities. This report is part of our ongoing "Race Matters" coverage, and the "Agents for Change" seri…
 
A Brazilian Senate committee investigating President Jair Bolsonaro submitted their findings to the country's attorney general Wednesday. It recommended criminal charges for Bolsonaro's pandemic response. The inquiry is unprecedented and scathing, accusing a sitting head of state of crimes against humanity for Brazil's COVID death toll, the second …
 
A new Philadelphia exhibit, "Liberty," seeks to tell a more inclusive story of the American revolution by introducing visitors to people critical to building the nation -- yet whose names they've likely never heard. John Yang visited as part of our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/fu…
 
The Biden Administration just released a road map for how it's going to deal with the problem of PFAS, also known as "forever chemicals." The plan calls for establishing new standards for these chemicals in water and soil, but it's less clear on where the money will come from to achieve these standards. On today's episode of our weekly environmenta…
 
Senate Republicans have used the filibuster to block major voting rights legislation twice this year. Meanwhile, at least 19 states have enacted 33 laws that make it harder to vote. What would it take to pass voting rights legislation? Jack Beatty, Tia Mitchell, Sen. Angus King and LaTosha Brown join Anthony Brooks.…
 
COP TALK remembers those heros who gave their lives trying to help others. This episode is dedicated to: Supervisory Special Agent Daniel P. Cox, U.S.C.B.P. Officer Lewis Andrew (Andy) Tratlor, Austin Texas Police Department Officer Scott Russell Dawley, Nelsonville Ohio Police Department Hosted by Jim Leach Episode #2, broadcast on 10/27/21…
 
Bob Ney and Steve Bowers discuss the kidnapped missionaries in Haiti,...the Billionare Tax ... January 6th Hearings - Anything significant? ... Vote this week? ... Biden was money for environment .. is that a winning issue? Conversation from Oct 27th..By Jim Leach and Steve Bowers
 
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson is joined by Melissa Murray, Frederick I. & Grace Stokes Professor of Law at NYU and Faculty Director at the Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network. Professor Murray discusses the reproductive justice movement, its relationship to reproductive rights, and the makeup of the U.S. Supreme Court. She also shares some thoughts o…
 
Pangan merupakan kebutuhan dasar hidup manusia. Permintaannya yang terus meningkat harus diikuti dengan proses produksi yang ramah lingkungan. Penggunaan sistem monokultur rentan mengalami kegagalan karena serangan hama, penyakit, dan cuaca buruk. Oleh karena itu dibutuhkan keragaman jenis tanaman dalam penggunaan lahan. Produksi pangan juga harus …
 
Congressional Democrats spent Tuesday in a rush trying to work out the contours of a major proposal backed by President Joe Biden that would steer federal dollars toward climate initiatives, expand the U.S. safety net and change some aspects of the American tax system. But whether progressive and moderate Democrats fall in line behind the proposal …
 
In our news wrap Tuesday, U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisers recommended that the agency approve Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for kids aged 5 to 11. The Pentagon is warning that the Islamic State in Afghanistan could be able to strike at the U.S. within 6 to 12 months. State media in Iran say a cyberattack closed gas stations across the countr…
 
Much of the U.S. is dealing with powerful storms that brought extreme winds and rain that triggered floods and mudslides. Governors of New Jersey and New York declared emergencies over the storms. Americans in the Midwest are also recovering from tornadoes, and drought-stricken California was pummeled by "bomb cyclones." John Yang has our report. P…
 
As Democrats work to whittle down the price tag of their social spending bill, many key policies that would impact the lives of millions of Americans are on the chopping block. One issue that's been renegotiated is a national paid leave policy -- cut down from the initial proposal of 12 weeks to four weeks. We hear from Americans across the country…
 
A Senate committee is widening its investigation into the impact social media platforms have on children, teens and young adults, with more apps facing congressional scrutiny. William Brangham reports with Jean Twenge, a psychology professor and author of "iGen: Why Today's Super-Connected Kids Are Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Ha…
 
Thousands of Afghan refugees are now in the process of settling into American life following their evacuation from Afghanistan when the Taliban took control of the country in August. Those refugees are mostly scattered among eight military bases around the United States. But approximately 10,000 have resettled in different communities. Nick Schifri…
 
It has long been a given that a four-year college degree is a prerequisite for moving up the economic ladder in the U.S. But for others, that requirement is having unintended consequences, including negatively affecting their mental health. Paul Solman has the story for our series on "Rethinking College." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.…
 
As California faces what is predicted to be one of its worst droughts in recorded history, water managers are seeing record increases in water theft, leaving communities angry and police chasing water bandits constantly on the move. Byrhonda Lyons of CalMatters, the nonprofit news site, has the story of how water meant for residential use is flowin…
 
This week former Facebook employee and whistleblower, Frances Haugen, was speaking to the committee that’s discussing the UK’s draft online safety bill, legislation that will tackle harmful content online. Canada is working on similar legislation. But there are questions over policing the new laws and over freedom of speech. Gareth Mitchell discuss…
 
For me, one of the most difficult things about wildlife photography is probably not what you think. It’s not the technical skill, research required, strength, discipline, travel to many and varied places, or exhibiting and selling work that’s hardest. Of course, those things have challenges, and don’t come easy; but what I find most challenging is …
 
Animals are increasingly at the forefront of research questions – not as shadows to human stories, or as beings we want to understand biologically, or for purely our benefit – but as beings who have histories, stories, and geographies of their own. PhD Candidate Claudia Hirtenfelder talks to animal studies scholars about some of the most important …
 
Tennessee Attorney and Retired Judge, Paul Summers, discusses the Keep Nine Amendment. The proposed amendment if adopted would establish by Constitutional Amendment a Nine-Member U.S. Supreme Court. Paul discusses the concerns that have prompted this amendment proposal, its early status and what's involved in getting it passed.…
 
Attorneys Lary Zucker and Sara Mazzolla from the law firm Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin discuss risk management guidelines and accident prevention in the amusement, sports and entertainment industries. Special thanks to our sponsor, AM Best Company, Best’s Insurance Professional Resources, including Qualified Member attorneys, adjusters…
 
Venture investments are an important way for companies to access technology and innovation - and generate financial returns. In the latest episode of the Freshfields TQ podcast, New York Partner Andrea Merediz Basham is joined by senior associates Marcus Wolter (Tokyo) and Saloua Ouchan (Amsterdam) to explore the secrets to successful corporate ven…
 
Is your firm's efficiency still being judged by hours logged? Are your firm's flexibility policies still resulting in micromanagement and long hours? How can we get out of this paradigm of management by clock? Our guest, Jody Thompson, is the founder of CultureRx and creator of the Results-Only Work Environment or ROWE - a management strategy ancho…
 
A divided Democratic party continued to strive to reach agreement Monday, in what's shaping up to be a make-or-break week for President Joe Biden's term. Moderates and progressives remain at odds as they try to work out the price tag for a plan to overhaul a massive spending bill. Congressional correspondent Lisa Desjardins joins Judy Woodruff to l…
 
In our news wrap Monday, the military in the North African nation of Sudan seized power in an apparent coup, detaining the country's prime minister, deposing a governing council that included civilian leaders and cracking down on protestors. A new United Nations report revealed that emissions increased at a faster rate in 2020 than the annual avera…
 
A new Rolling Stone report claims multiple members of Congress helped plan former President Donald Trump's efforts to overturn his election loss, and the Jan. 6 protests that ended in violence. Author Hunter Walker joins Yamiche Alcindor with more details. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Two decades of America's war in Afghanistan ended in chaos late this summer, and the future of the country remains in grave doubt under Taliban rule. Nick Schifrin speaks with a former top American diplomat, Zalmay Khalilzad, who spent much of those 20 years helping to manage America's role, and ultimately, its withdrawal from Afghanistan. PBS News…
 
Facebook is under fire again over alleged harm caused by the platform and the tech giant's willingness -- or lack thereof -- to stop it. Leaked internal papers given to Congress and federal regulators by a former employee show how the company was privately tracking real world harm by its platform, and how CEO Mark Zuckerberg's public statements con…
 
As Congress debates a massive bill to overhaul the nation's physical infrastructure, one Michigan city is an example of how badly help is needed, and how communities of color are often the last to receive it. John Yang traveled to Benton Harbor, where the water is undrinkable and residents' anger is at a boiling point. PBS NewsHour is supported by …
 
NPR's Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including progress on President Joe Biden's Build Back Better agenda, and Virginia's gubernatorial race between Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Glenn Youngkin. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs…
 
Just last month, a viral theme on the social media platform TikTok led to widespread damage in schools across the country. Known as the "devious licks" challenge, it encouraged students to record themselves stealing or vandalizing school property, then posting the video online. Our Student Reporting Labs network asked young people and school staff …
 
The German federal election on 26 September 2021 marked the beginning of the end of Angela Merkel’s time as German Chancellor, however, the outcome of the election is still unclear. No single party has yet been able to claim leadership of the Bundestag – although negotiations have begun between the Social Democrats, the Greens and the Liberals whic…
 
This week on the podcast, we are re-releasing an episode that came out about this time last year. It's one of the most popular episodes of the podcast. This episode answers one of the biggest questions that I get, which is, “I don't want to be a lawyer anymore, what can I do?” There are actually two dimensions to this question. When I’m asked this,…
 
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