Adam Liptak is an American journalist, lawyer and instructor in law and journalism. He is the Supreme Court correspondent for The New York Times. Liptak has written for The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, the New York Observer, Business Week and other publications. Liptak's work has won him prestigious awards.
Recent episodes featuring Adam Liptak
Adam Liptak: Journalism, Law and Poker
Art of Failure
Adam Liptak is the Supreme Court correspondent for The New York Times. Here, Adam discusses his circuitous path towards journalism, how journalism has changed in the age of trump and the supreme court.
The State Of The Supreme Court
Fresh Air
'New York Times' journalist Adam Liptak says the court's conservative justices have increasingly based their decisions on the foundation of free speech —including a case that dealt a blow to unions. "The politics of the First Amendment have completely flipped," Liptak says.
Episode 1: Speaking Freely with Adam Liptak
Speaking Freely with Sanford Ungar
Sanford Ungar, director of the Free Speech Project, discusses the Supreme Court's jurisprudence on First Amendment issues with Adam Liptak from The New York Times. This interview was recorded on November 10, 2017.
New York Times Legal Reporter Adam Liptak: “Donald Jr. might be getting thrown under the bus”
WGN - The John Williams Uncut Podcast
New York Times Legal Reporter Adam Liptak tells John what parts of the meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer are incriminating. We also learn if the meeting really concerned lifting an adoption ban of Russian children.
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Sep 2nd, 1960
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1 hour, 29 minutes