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PBS NewsHour - Politics
Why a growing number of Latin American countries are legalizing abortion

PBS NewsHour - Politics

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 6:03


As Americans contemplate living in a country where Roe versus Wade is overturned, a very different story is playing out in many parts of Latin America. In recent years, countries throughout the region have relaxed abortion restrictions. Alicia Yamin, senior fellow for the Global Health and Rights Project at Harvard Law School, joins Ali Rogin to discuss what's changed and why. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Why a growing number of Latin American countries are legalizing abortion

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 6:03


As Americans contemplate living in a country where Roe versus Wade is overturned, a very different story is playing out in many parts of Latin America. In recent years, countries throughout the region have relaxed abortion restrictions. Alicia Yamin, senior fellow for the Global Health and Rights Project at Harvard Law School, joins Ali Rogin to discuss what's changed and why. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - World
Why a growing number of Latin American countries are legalizing abortion

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 6:03


As Americans contemplate living in a country where Roe versus Wade is overturned, a very different story is playing out in many parts of Latin America. In recent years, countries throughout the region have relaxed abortion restrictions. Alicia Yamin, senior fellow for the Global Health and Rights Project at Harvard Law School, joins Ali Rogin to discuss what's changed and why. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Keen On Democracy
Andrew Leon Hanna: How the World's Refugees Are 25 Million Sparks of Innovation and Humanity

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 32:34


Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Andrew Leon Hanna, co-author of 25 Million Sparks: The Untold Story of Refugee Entrepreneurs. Andrew Leon Hanna is a first-generation Egyptian American lawyer, entrepreneur, and author from Jacksonville, Florida. He is cofounder and CEO of DreamxAmerica, a Knight-Hennessy Scholar and Siebel Scholar at Stanford Graduate School of Business, and winner of the Financial Times and McKinsey Bracken Bower Prize. Hanna has been named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list and graduated with honors from Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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The Learning Curve: Harvard Law Prof. Cass Sunstein on “The World According to Star Wars” (#86)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 43:37


This week on “The Learning Curve,” co-hosts Cara Candal and Gerard Robinson talk with Cass Sunstein, the Robert Walmsley University Professor at Harvard Law School, and the author of The New York Times best-selling book, The World According to Star Wars. He shares what drew him to this topic, and why, after 45 years, these movies have become a $70 billion multimedia franchise and […]

On Record PR
Leadership and the importance of self-advocacy in your career with Georgetown's Hillary Sale

On Record PR

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 33:28


In this episode of On Record PR, Gina Rubel goes on record with Hillary Sale, Associate Dean, and Professor at Georgetown University, to discuss leadership and the importance of acting as a strong self-advocate in your career. They talk about self-advocacy, the Harvard Women's Leadership Initiative, DirectWomen, inclusion and diversity, creative friction and much more. Learn More Hillary A. Sale is a recognized expert in leadership and corporate governance. She has been a member of the FINRA Board of Governors since 2016, where she Chairs the Regulatory Policy Committee and serves on the Executive, Nominating and Governance, Compensation, and Regulatory Operations Committees. She is also a member of the Advisory Board of Foundation Press, an educational publisher of scholarly books, and a director with DirectWomen, a nonprofit focused on increasing the presence of women on public company boards. Hillary is the Chair of the DirectWomen Board Institute and serves on DirectWomen's Executive, Nominating and Governance, and Selection Committees. Hillary is also the Associate Dean for Strategy, an award-winning scholar and teacher, and the Agnes Williams Sesquicentennial Professor of Law and a Professor of Management at Georgetown University. As an industry-focused academic, she writes and speaks about leadership and corporate governance. In the spring of 2017, she was the Sullivan & Cromwell Visiting Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, teaching Women's Leadership and Corporate Boards and Governance. She is an accomplished business partner who speaks to and works with industry groups and academic audiences and was selected by the St. Louis Business Journal as a “2014 Most Influential Business Woman.” In addition to running leadership and governance programs, Hillary consults regularly with CEOs and C-suite executives on leadership, governance, strategy, inclusion and diversity, and company culture. She also develops custom executive education programs and works with business leaders in programs at Harvard Law, where she Chairs the Women's Leadership Initiative, and at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business and the Law Center. Hillary graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School and holds a master's degree in Economics from Boston University, where she also completed her B.A., summa cum laude. Before joining the Georgetown faculty, she was the Walter D. Coles Professor of Law and a Professor of Management at Washington University in St. Louis. Hillary also worked in the government investigations and corporate and securities class actions areas at WilmerHale, LLP and in Massachusetts politics.

Marketplace Morning Report
Abortion rights groups are mobilizing ahead of the 2022 midterm elections

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 8:14


Abortion rights groups had already planned to ramp up spending ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. And that was before the leak of the draft Supreme Court opinion on abortion, which could now further change things. We spoke to Mary Ziegler, a visiting professor at Harvard Law School, about the future of these lobbying for abortion rights and anti-abortion groups. Plus, the White House unveiled a plan this morning to connect more Americans to high-speed internet as part of the bipartisan infrastructure law. Your donation powers the journalism you rely on. Give today to support Marketplace Morning Report.

Marketplace All-in-One
Abortion rights groups are mobilizing ahead of the 2022 midterm elections

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 8:14


Abortion rights groups had already planned to ramp up spending ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. And that was before the leak of the draft Supreme Court opinion on abortion, which could now further change things. We spoke to Mary Ziegler, a visiting professor at Harvard Law School, about the future of these lobbying for abortion rights and anti-abortion groups. Plus, the White House unveiled a plan this morning to connect more Americans to high-speed internet as part of the bipartisan infrastructure law. Your donation powers the journalism you rely on. Give today to support Marketplace Morning Report.

We The People
Why the First Amendment Matters Today

We The People

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 86:22


On today's very special episode, we share the exciting events that happened at the National Constitution Center earlier this week. To celebrate the unveiling of the First Amendment tablet—once featured on the facade of the Newseum in Washington, D.C., now at its new home in the Grand Hall Overlook of the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia—free speech defenders Randall Kennedy of Harvard Law School, former ACLU President Nadine Strossen of New York Law School, and Greg Lukianoff of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education join for a discussion of why the First Amendment matters today. A dedication ceremony with remarks from the Honorable J. Michael Luttig, former judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit; Jan Neuharth, chair and CEO of the Freedom Forum; and Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, follows. This program was presented in celebration of the newly installed First Amendment tablet at the National Constitution Center donated by the Freedom Forum, which works to foster First Amendment freedoms for all. The design and installation of the tablet was made possible by the Honorable J. Michael Luttig and Elizabeth A. Luttig.   Watch the program video here: https://constitutioncenter.org/interactive-constitution/town-hall-video/why-the-first-amendment-matters-today Read Jeff's remarks here: https://constitutioncenter.org/blog/remarks-from-the-first-amendment-tablet-ceremony Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org.  Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr.  Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.

We the People
Why the First Amendment Matters Today

We the People

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 86:22


On today's very special episode, we share the exciting events that happened at the National Constitution Center earlier this week. To celebrate the unveiling of the First Amendment tablet—once featured on the facade of the Newseum in Washington, D.C., now at its new home in the Grand Hall Overlook of the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia—free speech defenders Randall Kennedy of Harvard Law School, former ACLU President Nadine Strossen of New York Law School, and Greg Lukianoff of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education join for a discussion of why the First Amendment matters today. A dedication ceremony with remarks from the Honorable J. Michael Luttig, former judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit; Jan Neuharth, chair and CEO of the Freedom Forum; and Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, follows. This program was presented in celebration of the newly installed First Amendment tablet at the National Constitution Center donated by the Freedom Forum, which works to foster First Amendment freedoms for all. The design and installation of the tablet was made possible by the Honorable J. Michael Luttig and Elizabeth A. Luttig.   Watch the program video here: https://constitutioncenter.org/interactive-constitution/town-hall-video/why-the-first-amendment-matters-today Read Jeff's remarks here: https://constitutioncenter.org/blog/remarks-from-the-first-amendment-tablet-ceremony Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org.  Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr.  Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.

The New Yorker: Politics and More
The Fate of Abortion After the Supreme Court Leak

The New Yorker: Politics and More

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 30:53


For nearly fifty years, conservative groups have been laser focused on overturning Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision which legalized abortion. In that time, they've made significant inroads, chipping away at access to abortion in a number of states. But now they seem on the cusp of near total victory. The recent leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion, written by Justice Samuel Alito, indicates that a majority of the justices seem ready to overturn Roe completely. It would be the biggest reversal of personal rights in the United States in more than a generation, and access to abortion in nearly two dozen states would end overnight. Other rights—from access to contraception to gay marriage, could face serious legal challenges. Guest host Evan Osnos speaks with the New Yorker contributing writer and Harvard Law School professor Jeannie Suk Gersen about what the draft ruling means for reproductive rights in America, and about just how far this Supreme Court might go in the future. “That is what I see in this opinion: that there is a roadmap for litigants immediately after this case comes down to try to pursue a constitutional right to fetal life,” Gersen says. “A right to fetal life, protected by the Constitution as a fundamental right, could have the effect of making abortion illegal in every state.”

Practice Disrupted with Evelyn Lee and Je'Nen Chastain
076: Practice Applications Digital Architecture, Block Chain, and NFTS

Practice Disrupted with Evelyn Lee and Je'Nen Chastain

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 64:18


Episode 076: Practice Applications Digital Architecture, Block Chain, and NFTS What are practice applications of digital architecture, block chain, and NFTs? This week on Practice Disrupted we are going deeper into technology talk about all the buzzwords around the metaverse, cyber currency, blockchain, and NFTs to talk expert Wendy W Fok on the potential implications these technologies have on practice and the fabric of our communities.  This conversation delves deeper into: The Metaverse, is it truly something new or an extension of www 1 & 2, and what is the real opportunity there. Cyber and digital currency, worthwhile payment for services rendered and how different is it from a credit card transaction? Blockchain's implication on  data ownership, but also project team attributions and policy implications at the urban scale Looking beyond the marketplace that is NFTs, and its future ability to bring together digital communities within a physical space Guest: Wendy W Fok (she/them), trained as an architect, is interested in design, technology, and creative solutions for the built environment.  They have experience in Product Development and Program Management from Zero to Launch, Design-Build, Manufacturing, Hardware/Software, and Digital Fabrication. Proficient in 3D modelling, innovative material research, design-build, augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (XR) design, and other types of engagement that could promote a larger discussion of how consumers interact with products and delivery for architecture, real estate, retail, and innovative business development. Grantee of the New York City Corps Artist Grant (2021), Fellow at the MacDowell (2022), Urban Design Forum (since 2018), they were featured as Autodesk Remake's Women in Reality Computing (2017), winner of the Autodesk AiR (2016), Digital Kluge Fellowship, Library of Congress (2014/15), ADC Young Guns 11 Award (2013), AIA Dallas Women in Architecture (2013), Perspective 40 under 40 (2011), and Hong Kong Young Design Talent Award (2009).  Fok was the co-editor of AD Journal's “Digital Property – Open Source Architecture”, published by Wiley. Their recent book chapter “Bio-Data Matter of New York City” is published by Routledge in “Data, Matter, Design – Strategies in Computational Design”, edited by Frank Melendez, Nancy Diniz, Marcella Del Signore. Fok is currently working on “http://digitalstructures.cc (digitalSTRUCTURES)” in issues of digital property and data infrastructures.  Fok holds a Doctor of Design from Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) partnering with the Harvard Law School, obtained her Master of Architecture and Certification of Urban Policy/Planning from Princeton University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture with a Concentration in Economics (Statistics) from Barnard College, Columbia University.

AND HERE’S MODI
Alan Dershowitz

AND HERE’S MODI

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 46:49


Episode 35: Alan Dershowitz visits the AH"M table and talks cantorial music, cancel culture, and combatting antisemitism.  About our guest: Alan Dershowitz is a Brooklyn native who has been called 'the nation's most peripatetic civil liberties lawyer' and one of its 'most distinguished defenders of individual rights,' 'the best-known criminal lawyer in the world,' 'the top lawyer of last resort,' and 'America's most public Jewish defender.' He is the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. Dershowitz, a graduate of Brooklyn College and Yale Law School, joined the Harvard Law School faculty at age 25 after clerking for Judge David Bazelon and Justice Arthur Goldberg. Follow Alan Dershowitz on Twitter @AlanDersh.For information about upcoming shows visit www.modilive.com.Follow Modi on Instagram at @modi_live.

The Living Life on Purpose Show
7 Reasons Why You Must Know Your Purpose

The Living Life on Purpose Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 8:53


Michael Kohan    Elevate Life Project:  Mindfulness | Spirituality | Success | Personal Growth   Podcast: 7 Reasons Why You Must Know Your Purpose   What's your true purpose?  Free Quiz by visiting https://elevatelifeproject.com/purpose    If you liked this Podcast, please subscribe in Itunes and write us a review.  This is what helps us stand out, so more people can find this show.  To Write us a Review please open up this Podcast in the Itunes Store  on your computer and search for Living Life on Purpose https://elevatelifeproject.com/podcast    Click here to like us on www.facebook.com/MichaelMukundaKohan   This is where you will receive updates on what is happening at The Elevate Life Project as well as handouts and upcoming events.   Show Notes   There are so many reasons why it's important to have a purpose. However, most people have never considered what their purpose is. It can be challenging to establish your purpose if you seem to spend all of your energy just surviving your day to day life. However, knowing your purpose can make life a lot easier!   It's worth taking the time to discover your purpose and to build your life around that purpose.   Consider these reasons why you might want to discover your purpose:   Knowing your purpose provides a foundation for making decisions. How will you make a decision that's right for you if you don't know your purpose? When your purpose is clear, your options become much easier to evaluate. Whether your goal is to attend Harvard Law School, run a marathon, or start your own company, knowing your purpose makes the best option for nearly any decision much clearer. When you know your purpose, you're more likely to persevere. It's easy to give up if you're not committed. Your purpose is the thing that you're committed to. When those inevitable obstacles pop up, you'll be in a much better position to overcome them. Life is short. Why go through each day mindlessly wandering around? You have a direction for your life when you have a purpose. Your purpose might be saving the albino zebras or becoming a horror novelist. It doesn't matter what your purpose is, but you can live a more meaningful life if you identify it. Knowing your purpose provides clarity. You know what's important and what isn't if your purpose is clear to you. If you're obsessed with making the PGA Tour, there's no reason to worry about politics or the fact that your neighbor isn't mowing his grass. You have bigger fish to fry. It minimizes distractions. Many of the distractions in your life are the things that interest you, but not enough to be a genuine purpose. It's the things that you like to dabble in that can be distracting. When you have a real purpose, these semi-serious interests get kicked to the curb. It all but guarantees success. With greater focus and perseverance, you're much more likely to be successful. It's very difficult to be successful at something you feel half-hearted about. Imagine something that you're totally committed to achieving. Now, imagine that it's also very meaningful to you, and it's also very interesting to you. How likely are you to be successful? Contrast that with something you're only mildly interested in that you consider to be rather meaningless. How successful will you be? The difference in your results would be staggering. It adds to your charisma. Someone with a purpose is much more interesting than someone who is just drifting through life. You're much more attractive to others when your purpose is clear to you. Think of someone you know whose life is committed to something. Now think of someone you know who seems lost and inconsequential in the world. Which would you rather be? How would you rather appear to others? When you know your purpose, life is more meaningful and easier to navigate. Decisions are easier to make. You're more interesting to others. Your much clearer on what you're trying to accomplish.   Your purpose is something that only you can determine for yourself. Think of all your interests, and then consider how meaningful you think each one is. Your purpose is somewhere in there waiting for you to find it. It's never too soon or too late to find your purpose!

Live at America's Town Hall
Why the First Amendment Matters Today

Live at America's Town Hall

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 86:13


On today's very special episode, we share the exciting events that happened at the National Constitution Center earlier this week. To celebrate the unveiling of the First Amendment tablet—once featured on the facade of the Newseum in Washington, D.C., now at its new home in the Grand Hall Overlook of the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia—free speech defenders Randall Kennedy of Harvard Law School, former ACLU President Nadine Strossen of New York Law School, and Greg Lukianoff of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education join for a discussion of why the First Amendment matters today. A dedication ceremony with remarks from the Honorable J. Michael Luttig, former judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit; Jan Neuharth, chair and CEO of the Freedom Forum; and Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, follows.  This program was presented in celebration of the newly installed First Amendment tablet at the National Constitution Center donated by the Freedom Forum, which works to foster First Amendment freedoms for all. The design and installation of the tablet was made possible by the Honorable J. Michael Luttig and Elizabeth A. Luttig.   Watch the program video here: https://constitutioncenter.org/interactive-constitution/town-hall-video/why-the-first-amendment-matters-today Read Jeff's remarks here: https://constitutioncenter.org/blog/remarks-from-the-first-amendment-tablet-ceremony Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org.  Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr.  Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: The Future of Roe v. Wade

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 163:34


Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show by talking with listeners about the leak of a Supreme Court abortion draft decision, and the future of abortion rights. Alton Brown talks about “Iron Chef” moving to Netflix, and his latest cookbook, “Good Eats: The Final Years.” Brown is a Peabody Award-winning celebrity chef and host of both “Good Eats” and “Iron Chef,” which is making a grand-return to Netflix this June. His latest book is “Good Eats: The Final Years.” Judge Nancy Gertner weighs in on the Supreme Court draft opinion that has the potential to overturn Roe v. Wade, and what overturning the case means for the legal system. Gertner is a retired federal judge, and is now a senior lecturer at Harvard Law School. Imari Paris Jeffries discusses King Boston breaking ground at the Martin Luther King, Jr., and Coretta Scott King memorial, “The Embrace,” in Boston Common. He also shares his thoughts on the potential for government-funded reparations. Jeffries is the executive director of King Boston, the group behind this coming memorial for Dr. Martin Luther King and Corretta Scott King on Boston Common called “The Embrace.” John Waters previews his new book, “Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance: A Novel,” and talks about the 50th anniversary of “Pink Flamingos.” Waters is a filmmaker, actor, artist and the author of “Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance: A Novel.” Jared Bowen talks about Matthew López's play “The Inheritance” at the SpeakEasy Stage Company. He also shares his thoughts on “Prison Nation,” a photography exhibit examining mass incarceration across the U.S., on view at the Davis Museum. Bowen is GBH's executive arts editor and the host of "Open Studio." We end the show by returning to our discussion with listeners on the future of abortion rights.

Talking Beats with Daniel Lelchuk
Ep. 138: The Enduring Power of the First Amendment with Stuart Brotman

Talking Beats with Daniel Lelchuk

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 56:40


"How do we create a better free speech culture? How do students learn things like the first amendment in school and in their peer groups? What if at sports events before we sing the National Anthem we recite the first amendment?" First amendment specialist Stuart Brotman joins the podcast, new book in hand. The book, called The First Amendment Lives On: Conversations Commemorating Hugh M. Hefner's Legacy of Enduring Free Speech and Free Press Values, is a series of interviews between Brotman and some of the leading free speech figures of the past half century. From Geoffrey R. Stone to Floyd Abrams to Nadine Strossen and others, Brotman paints a picture of some of the free speech pioneers of recent history. What is the state of free speech today? What is the difference between free speech in a legal sense and a culture of free speech? What are universities doing -- or not doing -- to protect that which we hold sacred? And what does the future hold, as we look to exercise the freedoms of the first amendment in new and robust ways? If you like what we do, please support the show. By making a one-time or recurring donation, you will contribute to us being able to present the highest quality substantive, long-form interviews with the world's most compelling people. Stuart N. Brotman is the inaugural Howard Distinguished Endowed Professor of Media Management and Law and Beaman Professor of Journalism and Electronic Media at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Brotman is an honorary adjunct professor at the Jindal Global Law School in India and an affiliated researcher at the Media Management Transformation Centre of the Jönköping International Business School in Sweden. He serves as an appointed arbitrator and mediator at the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva, Switzerland, and as a Fellow of the Salzburg Global Seminar, where he was a Visiting Scholar in its Academy on Media and Global Change. He also is an Eisenhower Fellow. He currently serves on the editorial boards of the Federal Communications Law Journal, Journal of Information Policy and the Journal of Media Law and Ethics, as a director of the Telecommunications Policy Research Institute, and on the Future of Privacy Forum Advisory Board. He is the first Distinguished Fellow at The Media Institute, where he also serves on its First Amendment Council. At Harvard Law School, he was the first person ever appointed to teach telecommunications law and policy and its first Visiting Professor of Law and Research Fellow in Entertainment and Media Law. He also served as a faculty member at Harvard Law School's Institute for Global Law and Policy and the Harvard Business School Executive Education Program. He served as the first concurrent fellow in digital media at Harvard and MIT, at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society and the Program on Comparative Media Studies, respectively. He held a professorial-level faculty appointment in international telecommunications law and policy at Tufts University's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. He also chaired both the International Communications Committee and the International Legal Education Committee of the American Bar Association's Section of International Law and Practice.

Varandas ITS
Blockchain e Impacto Social: fomentando o potencial socioeconômico da tecnologia

Varandas ITS

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 87:55


Apesar de seu crescente impacto da blockchain na economia, a ferramenta ainda é uma alternativa pouco conhecida e compreendida pela sociedade. A Varanda ITS #117 marcou o lançamento oficial do projeto, mergulhou nos desafios que a blockchain procura resolver e abordou questões como NFTs, regulamentação de criptomoedas e startups baseadas em blockchain no Brasil. Por isso, convidamos Thamilla Talarico, co-host do podcast “Panorama Regulatório” no portal Future of Money, da Revista Exame, e especialista em Inovações e Aplicações Empresariais de Blockchain pelo MIT, Marcelo Castro, advogado sênior no Machado Meyer Advogados, Mohammad Zia, da Harvard Law School, fellow internacional do ITS com foco em governança e inclusão financeira no setor de blockchain, moeda digital, e tecnologia financeira, para um debate com moderação de Janaina Costa, pesquisadora sênior de Direito e Tecnologia do ITS.

Hope for the Animals
Chickens Need a Good Lawyer with Alene Anello

Hope for the Animals

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 56:34


On this episode our guest is Alene Anello, founder of Legal Impact for Chickens, a litigation nonprofit dedicated to fighting for farmed animals. Alene graduated from Harvard Law School, clerked for a federal judge, and then started litigating for animals. Hope and Alene chat about why it's important to focus on chickens, starting a legal non-profit, and what her organization's unique litigation strategies can do to help the billions of birds bred and killed for food. Alene is committed to helping chickens and creating a vegan world to honor the memories of her two beloved avian family members, Conrad and Zeke.Resources:Legal Impact for Chickens Humane Hoax Chicken Webinar Info and Registration

Hardball with Chris Matthews
Retired conservative federal judge believes Republicans will repeat coup attempt

Hardball with Chris Matthews

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 42:16


Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with the observation that Republicans seem to agree 100 percent that they are all in on getting it right, if and when they repeat a coup against our democracy. This is the warning from retired conservative federal judge, J. Michael Luttig. Laurence Tribe, the Carl M. Loeb University professor of constitutional law at Harvard Law School, joins Joy Reid to express his agreement. And, Russian forces struck in the heart of Kyiv on Thursday as UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres wrapped up a meeting with President Zelenskyy. Retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman joins Joy Reid to discuss this and more. Plus, yesterday the Oklahoma legislature advanced two bills modeled after the Texas anti-abortion "bounty hunter" law. Paola Ramos, VICE News host and MSNBC contributor, joins us with her analysis. Finally, Joy Reid and her guests mark that it has been 30 years since the LA riots. All this and more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.

The Politicrat
Hundreds Of Years Of Enslavement And Graphic Violence Against Black People On Harvard's Campuses

The Politicrat

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 52:03


On this Thursday episode of THE POLITICRAT daily podcast: Omar Moore on enslavement of Black people for hundreds of years on the campuses of Harvard University, including at Harvard Law School and many other U.S. universities. ADVISORY: This episode contains discriptions that will be distressing to listen to. Features audio from DemocracyNow.org. Harvard University report on enslavement of Black people on its campuses: https://bit.ly/3OIWesr April 28, 2022. FREE: SUBSCRIBE NOW TO THE BRAND NEW POLITICRAT DAILY PODCAST NEWSLETTER!! Extra content, audio, analysis, exclusive essays for subscribers only, plus special offers and discounts on merchandise at The Politicrat Daily Podcast online store. Something new and informative EVERY DAY!! Subscribe FREE at https://politicrat.substack.com Buy podcast merchandise (all designed by Omar Moore) and lots more at The Politicrat Daily Podcast Store: https://the-politicrat.myshopify.com The Politicrat YouTube page: bit.ly/3bfWk6V The Politicrat Facebook page: bit.ly/3bU1O7c The Politicrat blog: https://politicrat.politics.blog Join Omar on Fanbase NOW! Download the Fanbase social media app today. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE to this to this podcast! Follow/tweet Omar at: https://twitter.com/thepopcornreel

Keen On Democracy
Lis Wiehl: Why Robert Hanssen Was America's Most Damaging Spy

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 28:57


Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Lis Wiehl, author of A Spy in Plain Sight: The Inside Story of the FBI and Robert Hanssen—America's Most Damaging Russian Spy. Lis Wiehl is one of the nation's most prominent trial lawyers and highly regarded commentators. She is a regular commentator for CNN and also appears often on CBS, NPR, and other news outlets. For fifteen years, she was a legal analyst and reporter on the Fox News Channel. Prior to that she was the co-host on the nationally syndicated show The Radio Factor. She was also a tenured law professor at the University of Washington School of Law, in Seattle. Prior to joining the Fox News Channel in New York City, Wiehl served as a legal analyst and reporter for NBC News and NPR's All Things Considered. Before that, Wiehl served as a Federal Prosecutor in the United States Attorney's office. Wiehl earned her Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School and her Master of Arts in Literature from the University of Queensland. Wiehl is also the author of over nineteen books. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Doomer Optimism
Episode 33 - Jordan Hall w/ Ashley Colby and Jason Snyder

Doomer Optimism

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 84:48


If Jordan Hall were a gin and tonic, then this, Jordan's second Doomer Optimism episode, would be a G&T with special elderberry simple syrup. By which I mean, the addition of this episode's hosts, Ashley Colby and Jason Snyder, unearths a few special nuggets about cosmo-localism and a variety of adjacent topics. So, get your lime juice, we're diving in! About Jordan Hall Jordan is the Co-founder and Executive Chairman of the Neurohacker Collective. He is now in his 19th year of building disruptive technology companies. Jordan's interests in comics, science fiction, computers, and way too much TV led to a deep dive into contemporary philosophy (particularly the works of Gilles Deleuze and Manuel DeLanda), artificial intelligence and complex systems science, and then, as the Internet was exploding into the world, a few years at Harvard Law School where he spent time with Larry Lessig, Jonathan Zittrain and Cornel West examining the coevolution of human civilization and technology. About Jason Snyder Metamodern localist | homesteading, permaculture, bioregional regeneration | meditation, self inquiry, embodied cognition | PhD from Michigan State University, faculty Appalachian State University. About Ashley Colby Ashley is an Environmental Sociologist who studied at Washington State University, the department that founded the subdiscipline. She's interested in and passionate about the myriad creative ways in which people are forming new social worlds in resistance to the failures of late capitalism and resultant climate disasters. I am a qualitative researcher so I tend to focus on the informal spaces of innovation. She's the founder of Rizoma Field School and Rizoma Foundation.

Paixão por Vendas Show
PPV #101: Pare de cometer esses 5 erros em negociações

Paixão por Vendas Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 7:52


Quero te ajudar a evitar alguns dos erros mais comuns em negociações e que impactam diretamente a construção de relacionamentos de longo prazo. São ensinamentos valiosos da prestigiada Harvard Law School, que é a mais respeitada instituição do mundo quando o assunto é Negociação. Evite esses erros e você verá rapidamente os resultados positivos no seu dia a dia de vendas consultivas de alta performance. Esta é mais uma aula do curso de Negociação da Universidade da Vendas. Boas Vendas!

Hablemos de Derecho Internacional (HDI)
#75: Dr. León Castellanos Jankiewicz - México vs. Smith & Wesson (Premium)

Hablemos de Derecho Internacional (HDI)

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 23:54


En este episodio Edgardo Sobenes conversa con Dr. León Castellanos Jankiewicz sobre el caso presentado por México contra unas compañías de armas norteamericanas ante la Corte Federal del Distrito de Massachusetts (México vs. Smith & Wesson).El Dr. Castellanos inicia aclarando los aspectos factuales del caso. Explica de forma detallada las pretensiones y solicitudes en concreto de México, al igual que la posición adoptada por las armerías. Aborda los antecedentes del proceso, la violencia armada en México, el tráfico ilegal de armas y el contexto sociopolítico en EE.UU.Posteriormente nos habla sobre la dimensión extraterritorial del caso, la base de competencia de la demanda presentada, la debida diligencia corporativa, el estatus soberano de México, la aplicación del derecho mexicano en cortes de Estados Unidos, la Ley de Protección del Comercio Lícito de Armas de Estados Unidos, el principio de cortesía internacional, y mucho más.  Membresía del Podcast (https://www.hablemosdi.com/contenido-premium) Acerca del Dr. León Castellanos JankiewiczArticulo México vs. Smith & Wesson: una batalla legal sobre elementos extraterritorialesAMICI CURIAE https://www.justsecurity.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/112-Comp-Law.pdf El Dr León Castellanos Jankiewicz es investigador en el Instituto Asser para el Derecho Internacional y Europeo de La Haya. Su trabajo se centra en los derechos humanos, la migración y la historia del derecho internacional. Es doctor en Derecho Internacional por el Instituto de Altos Estudios Internacionales y de Desarrollo de Ginebra y Master en Derecho Internacional por el mismo Instituto. Obtuvo su licenciatura en Derecho en la Universidad Anáhuac-Mayab de México. Ha realizado estancias de investigación en Harvard Law School (2015-2016) y el Lauterpacht Centre for International Law de la Universidad de Cambridge (2017). Asimismo, fue Max Weber Postdoctoral Fellow en el Instituto Universitario Europeo de Florencia (2017-2018). En 2019, la Sociedad Americana de Derecho Internacional lo galardonó con el Premio David D. Caron por sus trabajos en materia de derechos humanos. Se ha desempeñado como docente en la Universidad Bocconi de Milano, la Universidad de Ámsterdam y la Universidad de Leiden, entre otras. Support the show

Animal Law
Animal Law Podcast #83: The Case of the Slaughtered Chickens

Animal Law

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 49:06


On this episode I will be talking, once again, to Kelsey Eberly, who is now with Harvard Law School's Animals, Law and Policy Program, as well as with Dena Jones of the Animal Welfare Institute about the deeply troubling topic of chicken slaughter. Specifically, we will be discussing Animal Welfare Institute v Vilsack, a case involving the rather confusing landscape of… The post Animal Law Podcast #83: The Case of the Slaughtered Chickens appeared first on Our Hen House.

Thee Amateur Expert Podcast
Attorney Rukayatu Tijani | Free Is Expensive | Episode 123

Thee Amateur Expert Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 42:18


Happy #talktuesday! Today @theeamateurexpert is going LIVE with @firmfortheculture! We will be discussing her career path, her ideas of success and the tips & motivators she used along the way. Guest bio: Rukayatu “Ruky” Tijani is the Founder, Creator, and Chief Esquire Officer of Firm for the Culture. Ruky founded the Firm for the Culture after years of serving as an intellectual property attorney in the Silicon Valley Office of the top litigation firm in the country. Firm for the Culture was borne out of Ruky's passion for the law, social impact, social entrepreneurship, and strategically scaling to create sustainable change. As a Social Entrepreneur herself, Ruky knows what it's like to seek social change while learning to protect a business's assets. And her mission is to help Social Entrepreneurs Trademark their Brands as they Scale their Impact™ Drawing on her extensive experience as an intellectual property attorney in the Silicon Valley office of the top litigation firm in the Country, Ruky provides extensive, detail-oriented and comprehensive trademark education, strategy, and application services to a host of social entrepreneurs and innovative founders at accessible flat-fee prices. In addition to serving as Managing Attorney for Firm for the Culture, Ruky is also the Founder and Creator of the First Generation Purpose Project ®("FGPP"), an initiative designed to help First Generation Professionals and Entrepreneurs navigate life and career by utilizing the grit and tenacity that is already on the inside of them. Ruky has provided workshops to students, young professionals, and creatives at New York University School of Law, Harvard Law School, Yale Law School, and Berkeley Law School. Her workshops have been praised as candid, insightful, empowering, and practical. She has been recognized as a California Change Lawyer for Legal Diversity, been featured in XONecole and Above the Law, and taken part in several podcast interviews, including the Happy Lawyers Project and the First-Gen Lounge. Ruky is a proud Nigerian-American first-generation professional from the projects of Brooklyn, New York; a graduate of UC Berkeley School of Law; and a member of the New York and California State Bars. She loves to cook, sing, and hike. Audio Engineer: b_cuz Originally recorded April 26, 2022 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theeamateurexpert/support

The Cognitive Crucible
#93 Todd Huntley on Information Operations & the Law

The Cognitive Crucible

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 39:51


The Cognitive Crucible is a forum that presents different perspectives and emerging thought leadership related to the information environment. The opinions expressed by guests are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of or endorsement by the Information Professionals Association. During this episode, Captain Todd Huntley USN (ret.) shares his perspective on legal considerations related to information operations. Todd draws upon decades of operational law experience as a judge advocate for USSOCCOM and a senior legal advisor for the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Threat Reduction and Arms Control. Resources: Cognitive Crucible Podcast Episodes Mentioned #63 Mike Vickers on IO and the Cyclops #53 Clint Watts on Domestic Extremism #84 Suzanne Spaulding on Disinformation, the Foreign Malign Influence Center, and Civics #41 Toomas Ilves on the Estonian Perspective https://information-professionals.org/episode/cognitive-crucible-episode-41 Controlling the Use of Force in Cyberspace: the Application of the Law of Armed Conflict During a Time of Fundamental Change in the Nature of Warfare by Todd Huntley Active Measures: The Secret History of Disinformation and Political Warfare by Thomas Rid Nothing Is True and Everything is Possible by Peter Pomerantsev Link to full show notes and resources https://information-professionals.org/episode/cognitive-crucible-episode-93 Guest Bio: Todd Huntley is the Director of the National Security Law Program and a Lecturer in Law at Georgetown University Law Center. In addition to teaching, Todd develops curriculum as well as other educational and professional development programs for students focusing on National Security Law. Todd is a retired Navy Captain and served as an active duty Judge Advocate for more than 23 years. Prior to joining Georgetown he was a Professor of National Security Law at The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School in Charlottesville. He previously served as the Directory of the Navy's National Security Law Division. While at the Pentagon he served as a Special Advisor to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Threat Reduction and Arms Control as well as a member of the Senior Review Group for a Joint Staff study on hybrid threats. Todd has extensive operational law experience supporting the Special Operations community. He served as the Chief, Information Operations Law at US Special Operations Command and as the legal advisor to the Joint Military Information Support Command, as well as the SJA, Special Operations Command Central and Combined Forces Special Operations Command where he deployed to Qatar, Iraq, Yemen, and other locations in the Middle East. He also served as the legal advisor for US Special Operations Command, National Capital Region. Todd deployed to Afghanistan twice with a Joint Special Operations Task Force in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and has supported a Joint Special Operations Task Force conducting world-wide counter-terrorism missions. CAPT Huntley has a B.A. in International Affairs and a J.D. from the University of Cincinnati, as well as an M.A. in International Relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, and an LL.M. from Harvard Law School. About: The Information Professionals Association (IPA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to exploring the role of information activities, such as influence and cognitive security, within the national security sector and helping to bridge the divide between operations and research. Its goal is to increase interdisciplinary collaboration between scholars and practitioners and policymakers with an interest in this domain. For more information, please contact us at communications@information-professionals.org. Or, connect directly with The Cognitive Crucible podcast host, John Bicknell, on LinkedIn.

Mission & Margin
Episode #013: Alex J. Harris – “Do Hard Things” author on The Rebelution, being faithful in the small things, and his challenge for Gen Z

Mission & Margin

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 72:21


When Alex Harris was a teenager, he and his brother created The Rebelution, a movement to show that young people are capable of more than most people expect. In this episode, Alex revisits some of the messages he wrote about in Do Hard Things and explains what he's learned about faithfulness and intentionality in the years since. He also shares about his experiences attending Harvard Law School as a young father and clerking for a Supreme Court Justice.

STLR Conversations
Second-Wave Content Moderation with Evelyn Douek

STLR Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 58:29


  Should social media companies continue to rely on ex post standards to regulate what their users post? Or should platforms look to free speech jurisprudence to make these determinations? Are these companies publishers entitled to free speech protections? Or are they just platforms primarily concerned with hosting their users' content?  As this debate goes on, Evelyn Douek thinks this framing misses the point. Douek, of Harvard Law School and the Knight First Amendment Foundation, argues that a free-speech paradigm gives social media entities a possibly undeserved amount of authority to shape domestic and international events. Instead of trying to draw the line between "good" and "bad" speech, she recommends a systems level ex ante regulatory in which online platforms are treated as bureaucratic agencies and regulated using administrative law norms such as accountability and transparency.  You can find more about Evelyn Douek's work on her website, and you can follow her on Twitter.   

Agility at Work: One Step Ahead
42. Conflict Resilience in Contentious Times

Agility at Work: One Step Ahead

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 24:44


The guest in this episode of Agility at Work is our friend and colleague Bob Bordone. Bob taught negotiation and conflict resolution for many years at Harvard Law School. He also founded a clinic here to give students firsthand experience in settling disputes. That program is still going strong. Bob has now moved into multi-faceted … Continue reading 42. Conflict Resilience in Contentious Times →

Innovation to Save the Planet
A Fireside Chat with Andrew McConnell and Nick Durham

Innovation to Save the Planet

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 63:07


A two-part event. Part 1: Andrew will introduce the concept of mental tenancy/mind ownership, what it is, why it's a problem, and how to address it. - 25 mins Part 2: Fireside chat with Nick Durham about a specific component of mind ownership - knowing your value. -25 mins About Andrew McConnell: Andrew McConnell is the chief executive officer of RENTED, INC., the leading provider of technology, tools, and services to help vacation rental professionals optimize their portfolio of properties. Prior to launching RENTED, McConnell founded and ran VacationFutures, Inc. as well as Rented Capital, LLC, and worked with some of the world's largest public and private entities as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, and as a Director, Solutions Design at Axiom Global, Inc. His prior experience also includes putting his law degrees to more immediate use at Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP and Ashe, Rafuse & Hill, as well as time at Merrill Lynch. McConnell has been active in numerous non-profit and professional organizations including Sheltering Arms, Georgia's oldest charity, for which he currently sits on the Board and Chairs the Financial Sustainability Committee, The Entrepreneurs Organization, for which he was an EO Atlanta Board Member and EO Atlanta Accelerator Board Member, Young Entrepreneur Council, Atlanta Tech Leaders (Founding Advisory Board Member), Leadership Atlanta (50th Anniversary Class, and Leadership Series Co-Chair), and the Serve America Movement. McConnell writes frequently and is a contributor to Forbes, Inc., and Huffington Post, among other outlets. A former member of the US National Team in Open Water Swimming, McConnell received his A.B. in History from Harvard University, his J.D. from Harvard Law School, and his LL.M. from the University of Cambridge, Trinity Hall. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/innovationsv/support

Midday
Thiru Vignarajah, Democrat for Baltimore City State's Attorney

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 48:38


Today on Midday, we continue our series of Conversations with the Candidates: 2022. Tom's guest is Thiru Vignarajah, who is running in the Democratic primary for Baltimore City State's Attorney. This is his third try for public office. He ran for State's Attorney in 2018, and he ran for Baltimore Mayor in 2020. His opponents in the 2018 race are the same people he is facing this time around: the incumbent, Marilyn Mosby, and former prosecutor and defense attorney, Ivan Bates. A fourth candidate, Roya Hannah has announced her intention to run in the general election as an independent. Mr. Vignarajahserved as a federal prosecutor at the U.S. Attorney's Office in Baltimore. He also headed the Major Investigations Unit in the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office, and he was the Deputy Attorney General for Maryland for about two years. He was a partner at the law firm, DLA Piper, and since August of last year, he has been the CEO of Capital Plus Financial, a community development financial institution (CDFI) that works to close the wealth gap for people of color. Mr. Vignarajah is 45 years old. He attended Yale University and Harvard Law School, where he served as president of the Harvard Law Review. He was also a clerk for Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer. Thiru Vignarajah joins us on Zoom. You are welcome to join us as well…give us a call at 410.662.8780. email us: midday@wypr.org, or Tweet us: @MiddayWYPR See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

LSAT Unplugged
From Garbageman to Harvard Law School Acceptance

LSAT Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 27:34


Free Easy LSAT Cheat Sheet: https://bit.ly/easylsat LSAT Unplugged Courses: http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/p/lsat-course-packages.html LSAT Schedules: http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/p/month-lsat-study-schedules-plans.html LSAT Blog Free Stuff: http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/p/lsat-prep-tips.html LSAT Unplugged YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/lsatblog LSAT Unplugged Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lsat-unplugged/id1450308309?mt=2 LSAT Unplugged Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lsatunplugged #lsat #lawschool #lawstudent #lawstudents

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Earth Ancients
Destiny: John Friedlander, Seth, the After Life and Spirit Communication

Earth Ancients

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 83:12


A new synthesis and expansion of the groundbreaking Seth teachings• Reframes Jane Roberts's Seth teachings, recentering them in the awareness that all consciousness expands in all directions• Examines how we create our reality through our conscious beliefs but how no one controls spontaneous reality so you cannot simply will your desires into being• Synthesizes Sethian teachings with an eclectic variety of concepts, schools, and influences, from aura reading and interpersonal engagement to Buddhism and Theosophy to nondual awareness, multipersonhood, and communication theoryThe Seth books, channeled by the late Jane Roberts in the 1970s, galvanized a whole generation of spiritual explorers. The entity known as Seth turned familiar mystical concepts into a radically new framework and introduced a unique understanding of how we create our own reality with our conscious beliefs.After nearly five decades exploring Seth's ideas, John Friedlander has reframed the groundbreaking Seth teachings, recentering them in the awareness that all consciousness expands in all directions. He synthesizes Sethian teachings with an eclectic variety of concepts and influences, from aura reading, healing, and interpersonal engagement to Buddhism and reincarnation to conscious dying and nondual awareness. He reveals how you do create your own reality, but that no one controls reality, which is spontaneous and surprisingly creative.John Friedlander holds degrees from Duke University and Harvard Law School. He began a formal meditation practice in 1970 and was introduced to Seth's books in 1972. A member of Jane Roberts's original Seth classes in Elmira in 1974, he also studied psychic meditation and aura reading with Lewis Bostwick beginning in 1973. The coauthor of 3 books, The Practical Psychic, Basic Psychic Development, and Psychic Psychology, he lives in Saline, Michigan.

Break Into Law School
45. Transfer Admissions with Harvard Law School Dean of Admissions

Break Into Law School

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 43:08


I'm so excited to be joined today by Kristi Jobson, Assistant Dean for Admissions and Chief Admissions Officer at Harvard Law School. We're going to discuss her background and role at HLS and then dig into how transfer applications really work for law school. Kristi will break down common myths surrounding the transfer process, how transfer applications differ from regular applications, resources available to transfer students, as well as some really great advice for students. This one's a gem so I hope you enjoy listening!

Win the Day with James Whittaker
83. Negotiating Like Your Life Depends On It with Chris Voss (FBI Negotiator) | Win the Day™ podcast with James Whittaker

Win the Day with James Whittaker

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 60:18


Ep 83: Negotiating Like Your Life Depends On It with Chris Voss (FBI Negotiator) “Your journey begins with a choice to get up, step up, and live fully.” — Oprah Winfrey Chris Voss is author of mega bestseller, Never Split the Difference, and the world's foremost authority on negotiation, persuasion, and getting to a ‘yes' in the most important conversations in your life. In his 24-year award-winning law enforcement career, Chris was the FBI's lead international kidnapping negotiator, and has been trained in the art of negotiation by the FBI, Scotland Yard, and Harvard Law School. Join the Win the Day group on Facebook:

New Books Network
The University Network for Human Rights: A Discussion with Jim Calvallaro

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 45:06


The University Network for Human Rights facilitates supervised undergraduate engagement in the practice of human rights at colleges and universities in the United States and across the globe. The University Network partners with advocacy organizations and communities affected or threatened by abusive state, corporate, or private conduct to advance human rights at home and abroad; trains undergraduate students in interdisciplinary human rights protection and advocacy; and collaborates with academics and human rights practitioners in other parts of the world to foster the creation of practical, interdisciplinary programs in human rights. James (Jim) Cavallaro is Executive Director of the University Network for Human Rights. He has taught human rights law and practice for nearly a quarter-century, most recently at Wesleyan University, Stanford Law School (2011-2019), and Harvard Law School (2002-2011). Caleb Zakarin is the Assistant Editor of the New Books Network (Twitter: @caleb_zakarin). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Genocide Studies
The University Network for Human Rights: A Discussion with Jim Calvallaro

New Books in Genocide Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 45:06


The University Network for Human Rights facilitates supervised undergraduate engagement in the practice of human rights at colleges and universities in the United States and across the globe. The University Network partners with advocacy organizations and communities affected or threatened by abusive state, corporate, or private conduct to advance human rights at home and abroad; trains undergraduate students in interdisciplinary human rights protection and advocacy; and collaborates with academics and human rights practitioners in other parts of the world to foster the creation of practical, interdisciplinary programs in human rights. James (Jim) Cavallaro is Executive Director of the University Network for Human Rights. He has taught human rights law and practice for nearly a quarter-century, most recently at Wesleyan University, Stanford Law School (2011-2019), and Harvard Law School (2002-2011). Caleb Zakarin is the Assistant Editor of the New Books Network (Twitter: @caleb_zakarin). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/genocide-studies

MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing
Saving the News: Why the Constitution Calls for Government Action to Preserve Freedom of Speech

MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 80:43


In her 2021 book Saving the News: Why the Constitution Calls for Government Action to Preserve Freedom of Speech, our guest Martha Minow “outlines an array of reforms, including a new fairness doctrine, regulating digital platforms as public utilities, using antitrust authority to regulate the media, policing fraud, and more robust funding of public media. As she stresses, such reforms are not merely plausible ideas; they are the kinds of initiatives needed if the First Amendment guarantee of freedom of the press continues to hold meaning in the twenty-first century.” Martha Minow has taught at Harvard Law School, where she also served as Dean, since 1981. In addition to Saving the News, she is author of When Should Law Forgive? (2019), In Brown's Wake: Legacies of America's Constitutional Landmark (2010), among many other books and articles. She is an expert in human rights and advocacy for members of racial and religious minorities and for women, children, and persons with disabilities, she also writes and teaches about digital communications, democracy, privatization, military justice, and ethnic and religious conflict. Heather Hendershot is Professor of Comparative Media Studies at MIT and studies TV news, conservative media, political movements, and American film and television history. She is author of the forthcoming book When the News Broke: Chicago 1968 and the Polarizing of America, which follows her 2016 title Open to Debate: How William F. Buckley Put Liberal America on the Firing Line. She has held fellowships at Vassar College, New York University, Princeton, Harvard, Radcliffe, and Stanford, and she has also been a Guggenheim fellow. Her courses emphasize the interplay between creative, political, and regulatory concerns and how those concerns affect what we see on the screen.

This is Democracy
This is Democracy – Episode 191: War Crimes

This is Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022


This week, Jeremi and Zachary are joined by Historian Dr. Elizabeth Borgwardt to discuss the recent Russian war crimes in Ukraine, what war crimes are, and what we can do about it. Zachary sets the scene with his poem "Fortunately" Elizabeth Borgwardt specializes in the history of international law and the history of human rights ideas and institutions, with a focus on war crimes trials such as the Nuremberg tribunals at the end of World War II. Most recently, she is the co-editor of Rethinking Grand Strategy (Oxford University Press), where she analyzes FDR's New Deal as Grand Strategy. Her publications on the human rights politics of the 1940s -- especially her book, A New Deal for the World: America's Vision for Human Rights (Harvard University Press) -- have been recognized with several book and article awards for Diplomatic History and the History of Ideas. She teaches at Washington University in St Louis, and has served as the Richard and Anne Pozen Visiting Professor of Human Rights at the University of Chicago as well as a Fulbright Professor at the Heidelberg Center for American Studies. In addition to her Stanford doctorate in U.S. History, she has earned a JD from Harvard Law School and a Masters in International Relations from Cambridge University (UK). This episode was mixed and mastered by Evan Sherer, Alejandra Arrazola, and Will Shute.

The Big Wedding Planning Podcast
#299 - Smart financial decisions for a long-lasting marriage

The Big Wedding Planning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 55:05


“Don't get married! Don't do it!” Those were the words of advice our guest of today's podcast used to share with his friends and family. As one of Atlanta's award winning Divorce attorney's, Aaron Thomas, a graduate of Harvard Law School, has spent years working with couples during the painful side of marriage, watching them come to an end. Today, Aaron is happily married himself and no longer advocates against getting married, he does however, offer uplifting and positive advice for the consideration of prenups when planning a wedding. Michelle's discussion with Aaron, helps demistify why prenups get a bad reputation and how they can be a useful tool for couples who want to start their financial relationship in an intentional, transparent, and fair way. Big Takeaways Three Things that lead to a successful financial relationship: 1. Transparency Disclose all your assets and debts when you come in. 2. Communication Make agreements on certain spending habits. For instance, Aaron and his spouse communicate any time they are going to spend over $500. 3. Fairness Buckets of spending are important. For instance, asking about spending that $500 is only when it is coming from the couple spending bucket. Then each person has their own account as well. If things do come to an end, can we handle it in a way that treats both of us fairly and kindly? Even if you never get divorced, having a pre-nup can do wonders for your relationship. In setting up the agreement, both people must lay out their entire financial situation, and this creates a vulnerability and understanding of each other that may never otherwise come. The pre-nup doesn't just have to be about what happens if the marriage ends, you can add in comments about how money is spent and handled DURING the marriage. Creating budgets helps the couple experience things together on equal footing. You can create a pre-nup after getting married, it's actually called a post-nup! If you can't add the pre-nup in right now, at least have the conversation. Talk to your partner about your finances! Links We Referenced prenups.com (https://prenups.com) aaronthomaslaw.com (https://www.aaronthomaslaw.com) Evite.com/BigWedding (https://www.evite.com/?utm_source=veritone&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=tryforfree&utm_content=bigwedding) Flower Moxie (https://flowermoxie.com) Use code BigWeddings for $25.00 off your purchase! Quotes “It's a good idea to talk about financial issues before the wedding. That's going to play into even the budget for the wedding planning, I would assume, so. But also more importantly, it has to do with your life together. So, certainly I think couples should start talking about financial issues and making sure they're on the same page before or during the wedding planning season.” - Aaron “You can't be living in the same household and in different socioeconomic classes. Right? It's a recipe for disaster.” - Aaron “The couple in the ‘60s getting married was like a start-up. The couple getting married today is like merging two fully formed corporations.” - Aaron “If we can decide, when we love each other, what's fair. You know, waiting until divorce is a cruel joke, because you wait until all the trust has been broken down and all of this negative feelings have been built up with the other person. And then, you're supposed to agree on how to manage all the division of your finances from the past 10, 20, 30 years?” - Aaron Plan your wedding using The Big Wedding Planning Master Class (https://www.thebigweddingplanningmasterclass.com/). A self-paced digital course created with love for you by Christy & Michelle. The Big Wedding Planning Podcast is... * Hosted and produced by Michelle Martinez. * Edited by Veronica Gruba. * Music by Steph Altman of Mophonics (https://www.mophonics.com/). * On Instagram @thebigweddingplanningpodcast and be sure to use #planthatwedding when posting, so you can get our attention! * Inviting you to become part of our Facebook Group! Join us and our amazing members. Just search for The Big Wedding Planning Podcast Community on Facebook. * Easy to get in touch with. Email us at thebigweddingplanningpodcast@gmail.com or Call and leave a message at 415-723-1625 and you might hear your voice on an episode * On Patreon. Become a member (https://www.patreon.com/thebigweddingplanningpodcast) and with as little as $6.99 per month, you get 2 exclusive, ad-free episodes, + Zoom Happy Hour with Michelle and fellow patrons every month! Special Guest: Aaron Thomas.

Military Money Show
Having Difficult Money Conversations

Military Money Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 48:34


There are conversations we know we need to have but often avoid them because we know they are going to be difficult. You know the convo is going to lead to a fight, or someone being hurt or even. How can you have those hard conversions in a way that is productive? In this episode, I talk with difficult conversation experts Sheila Heen and Ivanka Diaz Canzius. Sheila has been teaching Negotiation at Harvard Law School for more than 25 years, and now directs the Negotiation Teaching Program. She is also a Founding partner at Triad Consulting. She is a co-author of the New York Times bestsellers "Difficult Conversations, How to Discuss What Matters Most" and of "Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well." Ivanka is an Army veteran serving for 10 years as a JAG paralegal. She is currently a Juris Doctor Candidate at Harvard Law. Sheila and Invaka talk about what difficult conversions are made up of, how to have them, mistakes to avoid, and how to have the hard conversions when you really don't want to try anymore. Show notes can be found here: https://laceylangford.com/podcast/difficult-money-conversations

Baseball and BBQ
Baseball and BBQ Episode #128: Sandy Alderson, New York Mets Team President and Ray Sheehan, BBQ Buddha Founder

Baseball and BBQ

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 98:08


Sandy Alderson, New York Mets team president and Ray Sheehan, BBQ Buddha founder and cookbook author are exceptional and because of them, episode 128 is a Baseball and BBQ show you will not soon forget. Sandy Alderson is the New York Mets team president and previously served as the New York Mets general manager, putting together the team that played in the 2015 World Series.  Prior to that he enjoyed successful tenures as general manager for the Oakland Athletics and the chief executive officer for the San Diego Padres.  After graduating from Dartmouth College in 1969, Sandy joined the United States Marine Corps and served a tour of duty in Vietnam.  When his military service ended he attended Harvard Law School, became a lawyer, joined a law firm, and not more than five years later he followed one of the law firm's partners to the Oakland Athletics front office.  Sandy talks about what makes a good general manager,  being in the 1989 World Series when a powerful earthquake struck, and winning with a "small market" team.  Sandy also discusses what makes a good manager and baseball as it has changed during his time in the game.  After listening to Sandy you will have a much better appreciation for what it takes to run a Major League Baseball franchise and the special care which he gives to the many tasks he must handle.  Being curious drives Sandy and he says it has played a major part in his career, a career that has been absolutely incredible.         Ray Sheehan is the founder of BBQ Buddha, a multi-award winning, all natural barbecue sauce and spice blend company.  Ray is also the award-winning cookbook author of Award-Winning BBQ Sauces and How to Use Them:  The Secret Ingredient to Next-Level Smoking  and his newest book is Big Green Egg Basics from a Master Barbecuer.  We first met Ray in 2019 at the Atlantic City BBQ Expo and since then he has made numerous Baseball and BBQ show appearances.   Ray loves barbecue and has an immense wealth of knowledge which he is willing to share with anyone willing to listen.  In addition to running a sauce company and writing cookbooks, he is also a monthly contributor to Barbecue News Magazine.  Ray discusses his cooking experience, how he comes up with the wonderful recipes, and many of the things you never knew went into putting together a cookbook.  More about Ray and purchasing his wonderful sauces, rubs, and books can be found at https://bbqbuddha.com/ With baseball opening day comes tons of predictions and Jeff calls himself a very good guesser as he offers his picks for the season. We recommend you go to Fifth & Cherry, https://fifthandcherry.com for wonderful cutting boards, the Pandemic Baseball Book Club, https://www.pbbclub.com  to find many of the wonderful books we have featured as well as some additional swag, and BBQ Buddha, https://bbqbuddha.com/ for rubs and award winning sauces. We conclude the show with the song, "Baseball Always Brings You Home" from the musician, Dave Dresser and the poet, Shel Krakofsky. We truly appreciate our listeners and hope that all of you are staying safe. If you would like to contact the show, we would love to hear from you.     Call the show:  (516) 855-8214 Email:  baseballandbbq@gmail.comTwitter:  @baseballandbbqInstagram:  baseballandbarbecueYouTube:  baseball and bbqWebsite:  https://baseballandbbq.weebly.com Facebook:  baseball and bbq

The Good Fight
Randall Kennedy on Racism, Critical Race Theory, and the Need for (Chastened) Optimism

The Good Fight

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 66:42


Randall Kennedy is the Michael R. Klein Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. He has written widely about race and its effect on American society and the law. In this week's conversation, Randall Kennedy and Yascha Mounk discuss how racism in American life has changed and the ways in which it hasn't, why we should move towards a more fluid sense of individual identity, and why he remains optimistic about America. This transcript has been condensed and lightly edited for clarity. Please do listen and spread the word about The Good Fight. If you have not yet signed up for our podcast, please do so now by following this link on your phone. Email: podcast@persuasion.community  Website: http://www.persuasion.community Podcast production by John Taylor Williams, and Brendan Ruberry Connect with us! Spotify | Apple | Google Twitter: @Yascha_Mounk & @joinpersuasion Youtube: Yascha Mounk LinkedIn: Persuasion Community Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The John Batchelor Show
#Turkey: Justice begins after 100 years. Destina Kantik @bakermckenzie, a Turkish-Armenian attorney, is a recent graduate of Harvard Law School with degrees from Robert College and Istanbul University Law Faculty summa cum laude. Malcolm Hoenlein @Conf

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 9:07


Photo:  Berg Ararat collotype #Turkey:  Justice begins after 100 years.   Destina Kantik @bakermckenzie, a Turkish-Armenian attorney, is a recent graduate of Harvard Law School with degrees from Robert College and Istanbul University Law Faculty summa cum laude. Malcolm Hoenlein @Conf_of_pres @mhoenlein1 https://armenianweekly.com/2022/03/29/turkish-armenian-attorneys-will-describe-the-restitution-of-minority-property-in-turkey/ https://www.dailysabah.com/minorities/2015/11/21/turkey-to-pay-compensation-to-minorities-for-seized-properties           Destina Kantik @bakermckenzie, a Turkish-Armenian Aattorney, is a recent graduate of Harvard Law School, with degrees from Robert College and Istanbul University Law Faculty summa cum laude.            She works on minority issues and matters of commercial law and arbitration. Along with her father, Omer Kantik, and her sister Arda, she has experience working with and representing minority communities in Turkey, including the Armenian and Jewish communities in Turkey, in claims for restitution of their property. 

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Alan Dershowitz on the Human Rights Tragedy in Ukraine

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 62:39


The Ukrainian people are paying a high price for the massive and costly resistance they are putting up to Russian aggression. Refugees fleeing Ukraine already number in excess of 2 million and counting. Many are Ukrainian Jews. Those who are unable to leave or are engaged in the fight to slow the advance of Russian forces are subject to increasingly indiscriminate bombing and the threat of using more extreme military weaponry. Reports of targeting and killing civilians, including the bombing of hospitals and schools, raise serious questions about human rights violations and war crimes. We invite acclaimed attorney, civil liberties defender and constitutional scholar Alan Dershowitz to discuss the actions of Russian forces in Ukraine and the potential case against Russia's military leaders and in particular President Vladimir Putin. Are there legal avenues to pursue in the International Criminal Court or other international bodies, and how might such cases be brought? What other avenues might we explore to tackle this human rights tragedy unfolding on multiple fronts? At this critical moment, Ukraine's President Zelensky is standing up and defending his country and his people. Professor Dershowitz recently has made the case that Zelensky should be recognized immediately on the international stage for his commitment. As an emeritus professor of public law, Dershowitz will be nominating President Zelensky for this year's Nobel Peace Prize and urging the Committee to award it now. As Rabbi Hillel once said: "If not now, when?” Please join Alan Dershowitz, New York Times bestselling author and Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law Emeritus at Harvard Law School, in conversation with Dan Ashley, news anchor at ABC7 KGO Bay Area, about Ukraine as well as other key civil liberties and human rights issues. SPEAKERS Alan Dershowitz Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law Emeritus, Harvard Law School In Conversation with Dan Ashley News Anchor/Reporter, ABC7 News, KGO-TV Bay Area In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded via video conference on March 25th, 2022 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle
Susan Cain Says Sadness is a Superpower

We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 61:31


1. How to know if you are a “Bittersweet” type. 2. On “stabs of joy”—and why our joy is often accompanied by dread. 3. How to complete the cycle of sadness, in order to live with more joy. 4. Susan and Sister's best relationship advice: That our longing for the perfect partner is not really about our partner. 5. Why Glennon thinks those who feel the ache are often those who fall into addiction. About Susan: Susan Cain is the author of the bestsellers Quiet Journal, Quiet Power: The Secret Strengths of Introverts, and Quiet: The Power of Introverts in A World That Can't Stop Talking, which has been translated into 40 languages, spent seven years on the New York Times best seller list, and was named the #1 best book of the year by Fast Company magazine, which also named Cain one of its Most Creative People in Business. Her new masterpiece, Bittersweet: How Sorrow and Longing Make Us Whole, was published by Crown on April 5, 2022. LinkedIn named Susan the 6th Top Influencer in the world. Susan partners with Malcolm Gladwell, Adam Grant and Dan Pink to curate the Next Big Idea Book Club. They donate all their proceeds to children's literacy programs. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, and many other publications. Her record-smashing TED talk has been viewed over 40 million times, and was named by Bill Gates one of his all-time favorite talks. Cain has also spoken at Google, PIXAR, the U.S. Treasury, P&G, Harvard, and West Point. She received Harvard Law School's Celebration Award for Thought Leadership, the Toastmasters International Golden Gavel Award for Communication and Leadership, and was named one of the world's top 50 Leadership and Management Experts by Inc. Magazine. She is an honors graduate of Princeton and Harvard Law School. Visit Susan at susancain.net.  TW: @susancain IG: @susancainauthor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices