Space Lawyers Podcast

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You'd think we talked so long we ran out of air on this one. Chris Love is my guest and they helped me discuss Total Recall (1990) and discuss legal positivism and the laws under fascist states. Check out their podcast HOUNDS - at HOUNDScloud to help you recall, Black Lives Matter! Let's work together to avoid the dystopian future/history we have supported. You can check out the following links to find black owned bookstores to shop from in person or online: also will be recommending black written sci-fi in the coming episodes, so if you have any suggestions send us an email at . This week I am suggesting you check out the Binti Series by Nnedi Okorafor; you can get it at her website: you want to learn more about legal positivism, check out the legal writings of professor Fox Decent-Evan, we make some comedic allegations about the founder of Cirque du Soleil, Vice Magazine, Joe Biden, and Elon Musk. We are not attempting to defame their character, and these should be intended as jokes/satire.
Wow, much feminism, very law! Guest Sophie Day (@philliesfemme) and I discuss an attempt to stop sexual harassment so bad that HR reps may have been harmed in its making. Our legal term of the day is unjust enrichment and yet this episode left us unjustly deprived. You can follow the show @attorneyatspace on twitter, and check out some of Sophie and my articles at You can also listen to Sophie's amazing podcast with her sister, 28 Days Lady-er. Our theme song is Space Lawyers by Dr. G (Greg Melchin) and you can contact him at Our logo was designed by Kaylin Anderson - on instagramThis episode used the song Sexy by Bensound and you can find other great songs by him at
This episode is longer than you think! Connor MacLean is back and we explore the 1981 Stephen King short story the Jaunt, about time travel and why kids ruins family trips. If you are looking for a happy ending here, don't hold your breath! Check out Connor MacLean's articles on Sales Tax by googling him (they are not done yet). Follow us on twitter @attorneyatspaceOur theme song is Space Lawyers by Dr. G (Greg Melchin) and you can contact him at Our logo was designed by Kaylin Anderson - on instagram"Uplifting & Inspirational Corporate Motivational" by Daniel__St, Licensed, all rights reserved."Dark Sci-fi Industrial Horror Background 1" by StormwaveAudio, Licensed, all rights reserved.
With the news today you may think we live in a dystopian future; so check out our new episode on the Purge (2013) and see what could happen in 2 years. Lindsay Traves is our special guest with an insurance litigation background and more passion about debunking film law than I have! You can follow her @smashtraves on Twitter. Follow us on twitter @attorneyatspaceOur theme song is Space Lawyers by Dr. G (Greg Melchin) and you can contact him at Our logo was designed by Kaylin Anderson - on instagramA 5 second clip of "This is What You Came For ", written by Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift; producers Calvin Harris and Kuk Harrell, was used for comedy. I do not purport to own the rights to this song, and all rights are reserved by Westbury Road and Columbia Records (2016). 
Trigger Warning: Abuse (while discussing case law)On this weeks episode we discuss 2001: A Space Odyssey (1969), learn about Flag States, self defence laws, and mutiny. Mostly We make a lot of jokes and get distracted by my alleged feud with Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield.Check out Peter Watts' book Blindsight available here: of Commander Chris Hadfield's cover of SPACE ODDITY. Writers. Bowie. Publisher. ESSEX MUSIC INTERNATIONAL, INC.Theme Song by Greg MelchinSpace Lawyers is a Copyright of Adam Norton and Greg Melchin 2017.Corrections: #1 I misspoke; culpable homicide that is not murder (did not intend the death) is manslaughter; Culpable homicide that is murder (intended death) is either second or first degree depending on the state or countries’ criminal laws. #2 Self defence by a computer should not be conflated with battered women's syndrome as there are obvious sociocultural and legal differences; I apologize for trivializing that reality. 
On this episode, the original dysfunctional duo Adam and Greg, cover Tuvix (May 6, 1996) and whether Captain Janeway would be up for a court-martial when she extra-judicially killed the new being Tuvix that has all the intelligence of Tuvok and all the charm that Neelix lacked. This episode has long been in the can so please forgive the terrible editing; if I could fire me I would. Featuring an amazing cover of the Voyager Theme by A Tea Daze (Feb 1, 2017) Star Trek: Voyager - Main Theme (SNES Remix)and our theme song Space Lawyers by Dr. G (Greg Melchin 2017) and Unidentified Funk Object Contact us at Show Logo Created by Kaylin Andersen, all rights reserved.See more of her work ; ;Instagram: kaylinandersenart ;
On this weeks episode, Keith Lehwald and I, discover the Weeping Angels in the Dr. Who episode Blink; then we get sent back to the 1920s where podcasting was called radio, and awful puns were considered hilarious timely jokes. We ask the question, does a Weeping Angel displacing you in time meet the definition of MURDER?!?! Tune in to find out. Check us out on iTunes, Twitter @AttorneysAtSpace , and Facebook /AttorneyAtSpace .
This is episode 2 of the Space Lawyers Podcast. On this weeks episode I have guest Jacob Miller on and we talk about the 1995 Ghost in the Shell, Diplomatic Immunity, Asylum and Warrants in Japan. Give it a listen and send us some feedback on what shows, movies, video games or books you want to hear about next.Follow us on twitter @attorneyatspaceOur theme song is Space Lawyers by Dr. G (Greg Melchin) and you can contact him at Our logo was designed by Kaylin Anderson - on instagram
Our first episode is finally available. The sound quality varies throughout as part of the episode was deleted so we had to rerecord some of it. This is our episode about the Prime Directive and the Star Trek TNG episode: Justice. Spoiler Alert: It was not a good episode of television, but filled with legal dilemmas for Adam and Greg. These were some cases alluded to in our show: Flipping a coin cases: This one is from 1785: All music is public domain or we have permission to use.
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Created by
Space Lawyers
Podcast Status
Mar 6th, 2017
Latest Episode
Aug 14th, 2020
Release Period
8 per year
Avg. Episode Length
42 minutes

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