Hank Greenberg, immediate past president of the New York State Bar Association joins Sarah and Michael to talk about his term, including some of his proudest accomplishments. They also discuss how the role of technology is changing the legal profession and how the legal community responded to the COVID-19 global pandemic. Greenberg served as NYSBA’s … Continued
Quentin Sims is a third-year law student at Case Western Reserve Law School and also a standout wide receiver, having played in the Arena Football League most recently for the Albany Empire. He joins Sarah and Michael to talk about what inspired him to attend law school while achieving his dream to play professional football … Continued
Elen Krut, an associate at Vaslas, Lewpowsky, Huass & Danke in Staten Island, joins Sarah and Michael to talk about her decision to transition from being a psychology major to attending law school and how she makes time to write and self-publish several non-fiction and poetry books. Krut who has published three books this past … Continued
Judge Mae D’Agostino joins the show for a wide-ranging conversation where she discusses how growing up in a household that valued education led her to become a lawyer as well as her passion for educating young people and attorneys about the benefits of civics.
Michael Schmidt, the newly elected district attorney for Portland, Oregon joins the show to talk about, his path to the law, growing up in upstate New York, and what it’s like being deemed an ‘Anarchist Jurisdiction’ by the Department of Justice within the first few months on the job.
Smith discusses the role NFL players can take within their communities by getting involved in the political process as well as some of the tangible things players have negotiated with NFL owners including using several NFL stadiums as polling sites, giving the players off on Election Day and how proud he is of players continuing to find ways to protest.
Christopher Riano, President of the Center for Civic Education and author of the new book ‘Marriage Equality: From Outlaws to In-laws,’ joins Sarah and Michael to talk about his path to the law and the history of the fight for marriage equality.
Cass Sunstein, founder and director of the Program on Behavioral Economics and Public Policy at Harvard Law School joins David to talk about how the structure of modern government is under legal assault, the eight ways Rule of Law fails and what can be done to transform the Department of Justice into a more independent agency.
Sarah Gold and Michael Fox are back for season 3 of Gold/Fox: Non-Billable. This week they talk to each other about what it’s been like returning to teach on campus with COVID-19 precautions in place and how they’re adjusting to the new normal.
Elizabeth Fegan, lead counsel for several plaintiffs in a civil suit against disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, joins David to discuss what the likelihood of her case becoming a class action suit, how Weinstein’s bankruptcy will impact any future successful judgments, and how his upcoming trial in Los Angeles could delay key aspects of the civil suit.