Our guest for Episode #16 is Vanessa Cantley. Vanessa is not only a well-respected and very successful trial attorney in Kentucky, but she's also a passionate defender of the Seventh Amendment, which protects your right to a jury trial. Vanessa
We sit down with Marc Murphy - big firm attorney by day, controversial political cartoonist by night - to talk about his career and his art. Marc's professional experience includes military service as a JAG attorney, a local judgeship, time as
We're joined by Jaime Montalvo of Kentuckians for Medical Marijuana to discuss the prospects for the legalization - at least for medical use - of Kentucky's most valuable cash crop. We talk about the current conservative climate in the Bluegras
We interview the illustrious legal historian Kurt Metzmeier of the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law about his new book, Writing the Legal Record, and about the ways racism and capitalism intertwine in Kentucky's legal history.
Louisville-area Black Lives Matter organizers Gary Brice and Chanelle Helm join us to discuss the history of the black power movement and the challenges facing anti-racist protest and organizing in the modern age. We also play the game Guess Th
Legal Aid Society attorney Soha Saiyed joins us to talk about representing indigent Kentuckians in civil and family cases, the inherent challenges facing the poor when navigating the legal system, "civil Gideon," and what it's like to be a Musl
Shekinah Lavalle of the Kentucky Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty and David Barron of the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy join us to discuss their political and legal strategies to defeat the death penalty in the Bluegrass State.
Bill Sharp, legal director for the ACLU of Kentucky joins us to discuss his efforts to secure the rights and liberties of all Kentuckians against the forces of government tyranny. He also shares his unique career trajectory that started with se
Attorney and mediator Tom Williams of Stoll Keenon Ogden joins us to discuss his work as a facilitator of and advocate for restorative justice, as well as his roles as a mediator and practitioner in civil litigation.
Listener questions: can y
Dr. Kaila Story and Jaison Gardner, the hosts of the WFPL radio show Strange Fruit, join us to talk about the relationship between education and activism, the role of white allies in the fight for racial justice, guess which famous American sai
We're joined by Professor Jamie Abrams of the University of Louisville Law School to discuss her scholarship and teaching in the areas of feminism and women's autonomy in health care decision making. We tackle the constitutional and tort issues
Attorney Greg Belzley discusses his career shift from big money corporate defense attorney to small firm civil rights and prison justice lawyer. He shares tales of unconscionable abuse in jails and prisons in Kentucky and around the United Stat
Former Louisville Metro Councilwoman and current social justice advocate Attica Scott joins us to talk about activism, community outreach, racial justice, Black Lives Matter, and her term in city government.
Listener questions: What is habeas
Immigration attorney Becca O'Neill of the Kentucky Refugee Ministries joins us on the show to discuss the depressing legal landscape facing refugees and immigrants to the United States.
Listener Questions: Can you shoot a drone out of the sky
We're joined in the studio by legendary constitutional law Professor Sam Marcosson, who describes himself as "worse than the Black Plague." Professor Marcosson responds to the Obergefell case, both academically and personally, and tells some st
On our inaugural show, we're joined by Chris Gadansky, who thinks your city government should be able to do illegal things without getting in trouble. He explains why.
And in this episode's listener questions: Money as speech, open carry vs. c
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