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MinistryWatch Podcast
Ep. 149: A Conversation with David French

MinistryWatch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 23:54


Here at MinistryWatch we bring you news about Christian ministries, as well as the latest in charity and philanthropy, news that we examine from a Christian worldview perspective.  Our goal is to help us become better stewards of the resources God has entrusted to us. These mid-week “Extra” episodes are a chance for us to go deep with a particular topic, and today I'm pleased to have back on the program David French.  David wrote an article about Liberty University that I wanted to explore more deeply. But first, a bit of David's background. David French is a graduate of Lipscomb University in Nashville, and also of Harvard Law School.  He spent many years as an attorney with Alliance Defending Freedom.  He was a staff writer for the National Review from 2015 to 2019, and he currently serves as senior editor of The Dispatch. Before we go, I want to remind you that you can find the article we discussed today, about Liberty University, over at The Dispatch, where David is a senior editor. I'd like to add in closing that MinistryWatch has published nearly 100 articles in the past two years that either mentions or features Liberty University.  To find them, just go to MinitryWatch.com and type “Liberty University” into the search engine. Our Kanakuk coverage, which now amounts to more than 20 stories, as well as our coverage of the Southern Baptist Convention and other organizations we discussed today, can also be found at MinistryWatch.com. Finally, a reminder that because of the Thanksgiving holiday, we will not be posting an episode on Friday, and that means this will be the last episode of the podcast before Giving Tuesday.  If you've found the work of MinistryWatch to be a blessing to you, I hope you'll consider a gift on Giving Tuesday, or sometime between now and the end of the year.  Just go to MinistryWatch.com and hit the donate button at the top of the page. The producers for today's program are Rich Roszel and Ben Warwick . We get database and other technical support from Cathy Goddard, Stephen DuBarry, and Casey Sudduth. I'm Warren Smith, and – until next time – May God bless you.

Chicago's Morning Answer with Dan Proft & Amy Jacobson

0:00 - Dan & Amy give updates on the tragic crash in Waukesha  9:28 - Dan & Amy review Tucker Carlson's interview with Kyle Rittenhouse 33:18 - Amy finds out what Lori Lightfoot thinks of the Rittenhouse verdict 53:35 - What will Kyle Rittenhouse do next? 01:08:51 - Ted Dabrowski, president at Wirepoints, show how to avoid the rhetoric of the identitarian left. Check out Ted's latest -wirepoints.org 01:28:40 -Alan Dershowitz, Emeritus professor of law, Harvard Law School, breaks down The two trials of Kyle Rittenhouse. Check out Professor Dershowitz newest book The Case for Vaccine Mandates 01:40:23 - Ryan Long hates Big Pharma except Pfizer 01:42:50 - Terrence Newsome, father of two kids at Downers Grove High who spoke during the public comment period at last week's board meeting, shares the blowback he has received form both the school board and the media 02:00:03 - Matt Ridley, best selling author, fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and of the Academy of Medical Sciences, investigates the origins of COVID in his new book Viral. Check out Matt's book Viral: The Search for the Origin of COVID-19 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brave New Work
Getting rid of sludge for good w/ Cass Sunstein

Brave New Work

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 44:27


What is sludge? Friction. Paperwork requirements. Waiting time. Online forms filled with confusing jargon. Reduced operating hours. The tedious, arcane, and (in some cases) disenfranchising hurdle preventing someone from accessing a service they're entitled to? Yep, that's sludge. And the sludgier a process, the more likely ordinary citizens—especially those already marginalized—will give up and walk away from vital benefits or aid. But we don't have to settle for this sludge-filled world. That's the argument in Cass Sunstein's new book, Sludge: What Stops Us from Getting Things Done and What to Do about It. We spoke to Sunstein, a professor at Harvard Law School and the Chair of the Technical Advisory Group on Behavioral Insights and Sciences at the World Health Organization, about his new book, how sludge is running amok, and why sludge-reduction is another form of harm-reduction. Buy Cass' book here: https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/sludge Learn more about Cass and his work here: https://hls.harvard.edu/faculty/directory/10871/Sunstein Apply to work at The Ready: In the United States: http://theready.com/team In Europe: http://theready.com/team Our book is available now at bravenewwork.com We want to hear from you. Send your thoughts and feedback to podcast@theready.com Looking for some help with your own transformation? Visit theready.com

Sharon Says So
57. Making Room for Women in National Security with Lindsay Rodman

Sharon Says So

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 44:39


In this episode, Sharon sits down with Lindsay Rodman, Executive Director of The Leadership Council for Women in National Security, to discuss her diplomatic career in military service and national security. Lindsay Rodman is a Harvard Law School graduate and a United States Marine Corps veteran whose career in national security is distinguished by service in the military, White House, Pentagon, and more. Lindsay and Sharon discuss misconceptions of national security, cyber threats faced by the United States, life as a woman in the military, fostering inclusion in democracy, and breaking stigmas about veterans. Listen to learn what you can do to support American veterans, understand how national security contributes to your everyday comfort, and what effective national leadership looks like. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jim Bohannon
Jim Bohannon 11-19-21

Jim Bohannon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 116:59


Guests: Alan Dershowitz, noted attorney and Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, bestselling author and podcast host of "The Dershow." On to discuss the Rittenhouse verdict and promote his book, "Case Against The New Censorship." Melanie Kirkpatrick, writer and senior fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C. On to discuss her book, "Thanksgiving: The Holiday at the Heart of the American Experience." And your thoughts Biden's Build Back Better Bill that passed the House, and your favorite and least favorite Thanksgiving Day foods... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

On the Media
Bait the Nation

On the Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 55:06


Politicians and pundits on the right are eager to pin rising rates of inflation on President Biden — but that misses the bigger picture. Plus, how scaremongering over 'critical race theory' is impacting elections, school boards and classrooms. And, how the stories we tell about our present shape what's possible for the future, from paid parental leave to immigration policy and beyond.  1. John Cassidy [@JohnCassidy], staff writer at The New Yorker, on the real story behind the inflation numbers. Listen. 2. Adam Harris [@AdamHSays], staff writer at The Atlantic, on what the elections can and can't tell us about the impact of  'critical race theory' scaremongering, and why the debate over race has landed in schools. Listen. 3. Alan Jenkins [@Opportunity1], professor at Harvard Law School and co-founder of the Opportunity Agenda, on how powerful stories, effectively communicated, have shaped what's possible for the future. Listen.

Finding Refuge
2.08 Reclaiming Care

Finding Refuge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 50:38


Lama Rod Owens is an author, activist, and authorized Lama (Buddhist Teacher) in the Kagyu School of Tibetan Buddhism. Lama Rod is the co-founder of Bhumisparsha, a Buddhist tantric practice and study community. Lama Rod is visiting teacher with Inward Bound Mindfulness Education (iBme), a visiting teacher with Natural Dharma Fellowship and the Brooklyn Zen Center. Lama Rod has been a faculty member for the Harvard Graduate School of Education's professional education program in mindfulness for educators and has served as a guest faculty member for the school's course Mindfulness for Educators.He holds a Master of Divinity degree in Buddhist Studies from Harvard Divinity School where he focused on the intersection of social change, identity, and spiritual practice. He is a co-author of Radical Dharma, Talking Race, Love, and Liberation, which explores race in the context of American Buddhist communities. Lama Rod is a founding teacher for the Awaken meditation app that offers meditations and contemplations focused on social change. He has been published and featured in several publications including Buddhadharma, Lion's Roar, Tricycle, The Harvard Divinity Bulletin, Spirit Magazine. He has offered talks, retreats, and workshops in over 7 countries for many organizations including Gaia House Retreat Center, Goldsmiths University, London Insight, and Tibet House Barcelona. He has offered talks at several major universities including Yale University, Harvard University, Brown University, Harvard Law School, Columbia Law School, New York University, Tufts University, University of Vermont, and Boston College. He has presented at several important conferences including the American Academy of Religion, Summitt, the Harvard Divinity School Black Religions Conference, the Harvard Divinity School Buddhism and Race Conference, and Netroots. Lama Rod facilitates undoing patriarchy workshops for male-identified practitioners in Brooklyn and Boston. Lama Rod's book, Love and Rage: The Path of Liberation Through Anger, was released in 2020, and he is currently working on his next book.In this powerful episode we discussed:BoundariesSelf-CareMartyrdomBecoming an ElderChangeGod is ChangeLoveAnger as RevolutionaryRageMovement BuildingHow we Cannot Drag People Toward Freedom Agency and FreedomHow we are Always Held AncestorsThe AfterlifeConnect with Lama Rod Owens on his website or on Instagram @lamarodofficialPodcast music by Charles Kurtz+ Read transcript

Outlook
Harvard Law School's first Deafblind graduate

Outlook

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 18:42


Haben Girma is a Harvard Law School graduate, an attorney, she's been invited to the White House... and she's Deafblind. Haben has published a book called Haben: The Deafblind Woman Who Conquered Harvard Law. Get in touch: outlook@bbc.com Presenter: Emily Webb Producer: Becky Vincent Photo: Haben Girma meeting Barack Obama in 2015 Credit: White House/ Pete Souza

The Josh Bolton Show
Need A Prenup? You never know... | Aaron Thomas

The Josh Bolton Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 67:27


Attorney Aaron Thomas is a 2002 graduate from Harvard Law School and a 1998 graduate of Emory University. Since 2004, Aaron has been known as a skilled litigator, winning dozens of jury trials and bench trials in several metro Atlanta counties. But better than all of the courtroom success, Aaron's proudest achievements are providing quality, empathetic service, to his clients who are often going through one of the toughest periods of their lives. While he's won many awards, the most treasured are those voted on solely by his clients - he's the three time reigning winner of Atlanta's Best Divorce Attorney from Best Self Magazine, Avvo's Client's Choice Award, and Martindale-Hubbell's Gold Client Champion. Aaron Thomas Law represents clients in traditional family law cases: divorce (contested and uncontested), legitimation/custody, and child support. Aaron Thomas Law also helps clients who need to either enforce or modify their custody and child support orders. In 2020, Aaron founded Prenups.com, a friendly and fair take on the premarital/postmarital agreement, which has gotten a bad reputation, but can be a useful tool for couples that want to start their financial relationship in an intentional, transparent, and fair way. Learn more about “the prenup that helps you stay married,” by downloading the free ebook “7 Financial Strategies for Building a Rock-Solid Marriage” at www.prenups.com. Aaron also operates Practice Pros, a marketing firm that helps solve the problem he once had marketing his business:“I know consistent posts on social media are important to stay top of mind with friends, family, and other referral sources. I know sending out a newsletter each and every month is important to stay top of mind with past clients and colleagues. But when I get busy, working on a client's case wins over drafting a post every time! Firms like mine need dedicated help from marketing professionals, who know how to follow the rules specific to lawyers.” Practice Pros manages the parts of your marketing plan you don't have time for: newsletters, social media, reputation management, and more.Firm Website: aaronthomaslaw.comPrenups/Postnup website: prenups.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/aaron-thomas-law/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063680104859YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi293c0bKrOKlXNHH92ACFgSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/The_Josh_Bolton_Show)

Just Get Started Podcast
#197 Rob Chesnut on How To Create Intentional Integrity

Just Get Started Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 36:45


Episode 197 features Rob Chesnut, Author, Investor, and Former General Counsel at Airbnb. His book, "Intentional Integrity: How Smart Companies Can Lead an Ethical Revolution" was published with St Martin's Press and can be found here - https://www.intentionalintegrity.com/ Find Rob Online:Website: www.intentionalintegrity.comLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robchesnut/About Rob:Rob Chesnut works with companies to help them develop strategies to drive integrity into their culture.He was most recently the Chief Ethics Officer of Airbnb, Inc., a role he took on in late 2019 after almost four years as Airbnb's General Counsel.Rob is a graduate of Harvard Law School and the University of Virginia. He worked for 14 years with the U.S. Justice Department, where he prosecuted bank robberies, kidnappings, murder, and espionage cases, including the prosecution of CIA employee Aldrich Ames. He joined eBay in 1999 as its third lawyer, where he led eBay's North America legal team and later founded the Internet's first e-commerce person-to-person Trust and Safety operation. Rob subsequently spent nearly 6 years as the General Counsel and first attorney at digital education leader Chegg, where he helped take the company public in 2013. He joined Airbnb in 2016, where he grew the legal team from 30 to over 150 legal professionals in 20 offices around the world. His team led initiatives to promote home-sharing and address regulatory issues with local governments and landlords around the world. Rob developed a popular interactive employee program, Integrity Belongs Here, to help drive ethics throughout the culture at the company.On July 28, he published Intentional Integrity: How Smart Companies Can Lead an Ethical Revolution with St Martin's Press. He lives in San Francisco, CA.........Thank you for listening! If you wanted to learn more about the host, Brian Ondrako, check out his “Now” Page - https://www.brianondrako.com/now or Sign up for his Weekly Newsletter and 3x a Week Blog - https://brianondrako.com/subscribe/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Digging a Hole: The Legal Theory Podcast

Our final guest for Season 3 is Nikolas Bowie, assistant professor of law at Harvard Law School and board member of the ACLU of Massachusetts, Lawyers for Civil Rights, the People's Parity Project, and MassVote. In this episode, we dive into two of his recent articles -- “Antidemocracy” and “The Constitutional Right of Self-Government.” We begin by discussing the Court's recent ruling in Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid (2021) and how it ties to Heart of Atlanta Motel, Inc. v. United States (1964). As part of this conversation, we touch on the implications of Cedar Point moving forward, whether the Court is operating as a democratic institution, and how our institutions can move toward isocracy, a system of government where citizens have equal political power. Next, we discuss the Assembly Clause of the First Amendment and how early in the country's founding, activists used their right to assemble to defend their right of self-governance. This history of the Assembly Clause offers new possibilities of interpretation that would lead to a greater protection of self-governance. Our last episode of the season will be an “Ask Me Anything!” You can submit questions for us at our website, DiggingAHolePodcast.com Referenced Readings: Nikolas Bowie, “The Constitutional Right of Self-Government,” Yale Law Journal (2021). Nikolas Bowie, “Antidemocracy,” Harvard Law Review (2021). Nikolas Bowie, “Do We Have to Pay Businesses To Obey the Law?” New York Times (2021).

Badass Women at Any Age
105 Gender Diversity in Leadership with Christine Spadafor

Badass Women at Any Age

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 36:16


Enlightened by her father and encouraged by her mother, Christine Spadafor was raised with the belief that she could do anything.  Her affinity for sciences, her insatiable curiosity and degrees in both law and public health helped Christine create the building blocks that gave her tremendous flexibility to successfully pursue a number of different industries. Christine Spadafor is an experienced public and private company board director with deep expertise in risk management, regulatory compliance, DEI, and ESG. She has worked extensively as an advisor for fortune 500 C-Suite executives and as the CEO of the Spadafor Group, a management consulting firm.  Christine serves as an independent director on the board of highly regulated companies and also in the advisory boards of WBUR, one of the premier national radio stations in the US. She is also a commentator on the BBC World Service business matters Global Radio Broadcasting Podcast. She has broad experience leading international engagements, including the development of a worldwide strategy for a perfume company in France. Christine also served as a public health consultant to the UN in China. For nearly 10 years, she dedicated her extensive experience in financial operational, organization management to St. Jude's Ranch for children- a  nonprofit that serves abused, abandoned, and homeless children. Christine is a graduate of Harvard Law School and Harvard School of Public Health and was selected by the business section of the American Bar Association as one of the top 20 female attorneys with outstanding expertise for corporate board service. What You Will Hear in This Episode:  Christine's early interest in and exposure to science  From the bedside to  the boardroom Creating your own opportunities and taking calculated risks Championing gender diversity and equity in the workplace and in the boardrooms How the pandemic has provided the opportunity for workers to reflect on their jobs Not done yet! What Christine still wants to achieve. Working with the younger, ambitious generation Christine's Key takeaways from mistakes she made Quotes “When I was five years old, my father said to me, “little girl you can do anything and be anything when you grow up.” “Employees want to work for companies that are committed to sustainability and good environmental practices.” “Fewer women get promoted at the entry-level than men. It's ten men for every 7 women. It's even worse for women of color.” “Another question to ask if you're that young woman is, “is this a company culture that matches my values?” “To whom much is given, much is expected.” Mentioned: https://www.christinespadafor.com/  https://www.christinespadafor.com/st-judes-ranch  https://www.mckinsey.com/featured-insights/diversity-and-inclusion/women-in-the-workplace  https://www.linkedin.com/in/christinespadafor  https://bonniemarcusleadership.com/  Gendered Ageism Survey Results Forbes article 5 Tips to own the superpower of your age Not Done Yet! Not Done Yet! Amazon Bonniemarcusleadership.com The Politics of Promotion Fb @Bonnie.Marcus LinkedIn: @Bonniemarcus Twitter: @selfpromote IG: @self_promote_

Humanity Chats with Marjy
The Complex Black Life - Victor Kwansa Esq.

Humanity Chats with Marjy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 24:25


Harvard trained lawyer and Yale grad - Victor Kwansa tells stories that explore the complex past, present, and future of Black life.About Our GuestVictor A. Kwansa, Esq. is a Ghanaian-American writer and attorney from Prince George's County, Maryland. He received a B.A. in Political Science from Yale University in 2008, and he graduated from Harvard Law School in 2011. He is a Blackhouse Foundation Facebook SEEN Black Filmmakers Program Participant, and he was also a finalist for Lena Waithe's 2021 Hillman Grad Mentorship Lab Writing Track. Victor's poetry and essays have been featured in Essence magazine, The Huffington Post, and Blavity. Humanity Chats - a conversation about everyday issues that impact humans. Join us. Together, we can go far. Thank you for listening. Share with a friend. We are humans. From all around the world. One kind only. And that is humankind. Your friend, Marjy Marj

The David Pakman Show
11/11/21: COVID Resurgence Already, Wild Rittenhouse Trial

The David Pakman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 61:42


--On the Show: --Emily Broad Leib, Clinical Professor of Law and Faculty Direction for Harvard Law School's Food Law and Policy Clinic, joins David to discuss the confusing and contradictory world of food labeling, expiration dates, and much more --After months of declines, COVID cases are again climbing in the United States, now up almost 10%, while cases globally are up 17% --Judge Bruce Schroeder, the judge in the Kyle Rittenhouse case, flips out on the prosecutor, as the defense asks for a mistrial --Notable discussions from the David Pakman show subreddit, including about vaccination, Aaron Rodgers, Colin Kaepernick, Joe Rogan, and much more --A recent Fox News graphic about the labor force under Donald Trump compared to Joe Biden may be one of Fox's most misleading graphics yet --A preview of an upcoming Donald Trump interview with MyPillow founder Mike Lindell is previewed, and it seems it will be outrageous --Donald Trump publishes a bizarre Veterans Day video in which he indirectly attacks Joe Biden, and recorded with such terrible audio that Trump is barely audible --Voicemail caller asks whether David believes in birds --On the Bonus Show: Inflation surges to highest since 1990, Portugal law bans texting employees after work, longest sentence yet in Trump riot cases, much more...

HelloHealth Today
Interview—Natosha Reid Rice

HelloHealth Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 38:26


Action Steps: Keep the main thing the main thing. In other words, determine what feeds your soul (e.g., family, friends, prayer) and keep that central in all you do. Check in with yourself quarterly. Schedule time every three months to ensure the things you are doing line up with your purpose for that season of your life. Put your first self-check on your calendar today. Value your relationships. Invest in the ones that matter because they are the ones that will provide you with your “mirror moments.”  Create spaces to celebrate others. Even a small space to acknowledge another's commitment to positive change will help you learn to find the ways we all connect to each other. About Natosha Reid RiceNatosha Reid Rice is Habitat for Humanity International's first Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer and is leading the development and the execution of Habitat's global strategy for diversity, equity, and inclusion.In her previous role as Associate General Counsel, Natosha initiated and managed financing programs and strategies to generate sources of capital to enable Habitat affiliates to build affordable housing with families throughout the U.S. In addition to her work at Habitat, Natosha served as an Associate Pastor at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia for 11 years before joining All Saints' Episcopal Church as Minister for Public Life.  Prior to joining Habitat, she practiced law in the commercial real estate practices of Alston & Bird LLP in Atlanta, Georgia and of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP in New York City.  Natosha is passionate about providing a voice to the voiceless and opportunities to communities that have been historically disadvantaged. She serves on the boards of the global Harvard Alumni Association's Executive Committee, Atlanta Community Food Bank, Goodwill of North Georgia, Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, and Westminster Schools. She has also been actively involved in efforts to pass legislation and policies to protect victims of human sex trafficking in Georgia, such as the passage of the Safe Harbor/Rachel's Law in 2015.   Additionally, she is a highly regarded keynote speaker and workshop facilitator and delivered her talk “If We Are More Alike Than Unalike . . .” for TEDx CentennialParkWomen.Natosha received her J.D. from Harvard Law School and her B.A. in government with honors from Harvard/Radcliffe College. Natosha is married to Corey Rice, and they are the proud parents of Kayla, Malachi, and Caleb.  For more information on Dr. Carmen Mohan and HelloHealth's services or to browse our free downloads, visit hellohealthtoday.com/hh-downloads.Follow Dr. Mohan on Instagram: @mohancarmenFollow HelloHealth on Instagram: @hellohealthtodayPlease feel free to reach out directly for more information about HelloHealth's services by contacting pr@hellohealthclinic.com.

LSAT Unplugged
From Garbageman to Harvard Law School Acceptance

LSAT Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 27:34


Free Easy LSAT Cheat Sheet: https://bit.ly/easylsat LSAT Unplugged Courses: http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/p/lsat-course-packages.html Best LSAT Books: https://lsatblog.blogspot.com/p/best-lsat-prep-books.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 Unplugged TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@lsatunplugged LSAT Unplugged Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LSATUnplugged LSAT Blog: http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/ #lsat #lsatprep #lsatpreparation #lsatstudying #lsatquestions #lsatmotivation #prelaw #prelawstudents #prelawproblems #futurelawyer #futurelawyers #futurelawyersofamerica #futurelawyerinthemaking #lawlife #lawschoolbound #lsat2021 #lsatunplugged

Real Talk w/ Ben Tompkins
Shane Fowler on Building Relationships, Bridging Gaps, and Graduating from Harvard Law School

Real Talk w/ Ben Tompkins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 92:35


Shane Fowler (@ashanefowler) is a friend and former classmate from the University of Kentucky who went on to work at Creative Artists Agency (CAA) in Los Angeles before attending Harvard Law School and successfully obtaining his JD. Shane shares what it was like growing up as a poor, Black kid in Cynthiana, KY to making it to Harvard Law School (3:30), how he used his people skills and communication skills to build relationships, solve problems and bridge gaps (15:36), and the mentors and references that he leaned on to help guide him through the law school application process. Then, Shane discusses what it was like working at CAA and starting in their mailroom, and what helped him realize that wasn't his ultimate path (36:40). Later in the episode, Shane shares his vision for creating more representation in the legal profession (40:00), his clerkship working for a federal judge (47:16), and how he's feeling after the last couple years between COVID-19, the protests, and the ongoing fight for social equality in America (56:00). If you enjoyed this episode, or know someone you think would, please share it! Subscribe and follow along on IG @bennytomp18 and @realtalkwbennyt so you never miss a drop. And if you have literally 60 seconds, please drop a rating and a review on Apple Podcasts. It really helps me grow the show

That's So Cincinnati
S2 Ep109: That's So Cincinnati: Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney talks law school classmate Barack Obama, being city council's top vote-getter

That's So Cincinnati

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 46:04


Cincinnati City Councilwoman Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney and former President Barack Obama have been friends since they were classmates at Harvard Law School 30 years ago. Their families have stayed in touch. Kearney and her husband, former state Sen. Eric Kearney, held fundraisers for Obama and worked on his campaigns. Did Lemon Kearney turn to Barack and Michelle Obama for political advice while running her first campaign this year? No, and Lemon Kearney didn't need to. The North Avondale resident was the top vote-getter in last week's city council election. But she has received advice from the Obamas over the years.   "They're advice to us has always been to our kids about college, parenting stuff. Nothing politically," Lemon Kearney told The Enquirer's "That's So Cincinnati" podcast. "I'm sure Eric has had conversations with Barack about politics, but I have not." In a wide-ranging interview, Lemon Kearney recalled her interactions with Barack Obama at Harvard. They graduated from law school in 1991. "He was amazing in law school," she said. "Super, super smart. Always well-prepared. Always wanted to hear what everybody had to say. He was really wonderful. I'm not surprised that he ended up being president." For years, Lemon Kearney loved helping others on their campaigns. She enjoyed the fundraising events for her husband, Obama and other Democrats. But she loved her career running the Cincinnati Herald and "never really thought I'd be out there in front" in politics, Lemon Kearney said. "I used to tell people in politics, 'You guys are crazy. I can't believe you would put yourselves out there,' " she said. Then early last year, a seat became open on city council after Tamaya Dennard had been arrested on federal public corruption charges and subsequently resigned a few days later. Lemon Kearney was appointed to council in March 2020. "I just had this strange weekend," Lemon Kearney recalled. "First, it's this Joel Osteen thing about when you're called, you need to answer. Then reading Stacey Abrams' book about how women are so hesitant to say yes. We always think we're not qualified. We need more degrees or more training or more experience. And she said, 'Have the audacity to say yes.' " To my parents saying, 'You've got to serve your community. That's important.' " What issues do Lemon Kearney want to focus on in upcoming council term? Does she have political aspirations beyond city council?  Find out the answers by listening to "That's So Cincinnati" for free on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart Media and other podcast listening platforms.

Dear White Women
140: Becoming Abolitionists, with Derecka Purnell

Dear White Women

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 42:53


We first heard about our guest today when we were all participating in the Edelweiss Book Fest as Editors' Picks and couldn't get her, or her book, out of our heads. While “abolition” has been a word largely associated with slavery, it has taken on a new meaning when it comes to the police in America. Yes, we know - this word is scary. Police reform can seem daunting. But Derecka Purnell not only understands that, but she has a framework for how we need to be thinking about this process, and what new structures can be built in its place. Listen in to hear more about becoming abolitionists, the lack of history of White resistance, Derecka's own personal thought journey, and so much more. We really enjoyed this conversation - and learned so much - and hope you do too. Have questions, comments, or concerns? Email us at hello@dearwhitewomen.com What to listen for: How Derecka's views of the role of the police changed from her childhood to her organizer days Why police reform is something that affects all of us, not just BIPOC individuals Why the history of White resistance is missing in our history books, and what that means for abolishing the police or other similar movements About Derecka: DERECKA PURNELL received her JD from Harvard Law School and works to end police and prison violence by providing legal assistance, research, and training to community-based organizations through an abolitionist framework. Her work and writing has been featured in the New York Times, NPR, The Atlantic, the Boston Globe, Harper's Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, The Appeal, Truthout, Slate, and many other publications. She is the co-creator of the COVID19 Policing Project at the Community Resource Hub for Safety Accountability.   Where to order your copy of Dear White Women: Let's Get (Un)comfortable Talking About Racism: https://thecollectivebook.studio/dear-white-women Like what you hear?  Don't miss another episode and subscribe! Catch up on more commentary between episodes by following us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter – and even more opinions and resources if you join our email list.    

Life, Liberty, and Law
Erica Bachiochi on whole-life women's rights, reliance interest in Dobbs, and common good thinking

Life, Liberty, and Law

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 76:10


With Dobbs vs. Jackson Women's Health on the horizon, a host of voices have spoken out about the Supreme Court's opportunity to rediscovery human right to life in its fullness in the United States Constitution. Fifty years ago, children in the womb were legally marginalized by a majority vote of 7 men on the U.S. Supreme Court who deemed those not yet born as merely “potential life.” Our culture has vastly changed in these past five decades—whether the Court has changed along with it is the question that the outcome in Dobbs will answer. Erika is advocating on many fronts for the human person and for the human family. Erika is a wife, mother of seven, fellow with the Ethics & Public Policy Center, director of the Wollstonecraft Project at the Abigail Adams Institute, and a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School. Erika is the author of The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision, in which she offers an original look at the development of feminism in the United States, advancing a vision of rights that rests upon our responsibilities to others. Erika, along with 239 other pro-life feminist scholars and professionals, has made her voice heard in the upcoming Supreme Court case. Their message? Roe and its progeny Casey may have foisted abortion upon Americans, but no woman relies on abortion for success in this society. We speak with Erika today on her book, on Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health, and on reclaiming common good thinking. https://aul.org/ Wollstonecraft Project: https://www.abigailadamsinstitute.org/aai-wollstonecraft-project Twitter: @erikabachiochi

Resilient
Martha Minow on building trust as a leader in a skeptical society

Resilient

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 49:59


Martha Minow, Harvard Law School professor, former dean, litigator, and board director talks with the Resilient Future of Trust track host Don Fancher about the parallels between trust issues in our society and what we face as professionals. Her take on the future of trust? Building and maintaining trust can only be accomplished with empathy and relationships.

We the People
Supreme Court Hears Texas Abortion Case

We the People

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 60:18


This week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in two challenges to S.B. 8. S.B. 8 bans almost all abortions in the state of Texas by allowing anyone, including people who do not live in the state, to bring a lawsuit in state court against anyone who performs an abortion after six weeks, or helps to make one possible. Leaving enforcement to the populace raised a unique procedural question in this case: who should be sued over the Texas law? In this episode, we unpack that question and the complex issues in these cases, and recap the argument including the questions asked by the Supreme Court justices. Host Jeffrey Rosen is joined by Miriam Becker-Cohen, Appellate Counsel at the Constitutional Accountability Center who co-authored briefs in support of the abortion provider Whole Women's Health and the Biden administration, and Stephen Sachs, the Antonin Scalia Professor of Law at Harvard Law School who has covered these cases for the legal blog The Volokh Conspiracy. Additional resources and transcript available in our Media Library at constitutioncenter.org/constitution. Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org.

We The People
Supreme Court Hears Texas Abortion Case

We The People

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 60:18


This week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in two challenges to S.B. 8. S.B. 8 bans almost all abortions in the state of Texas by allowing anyone, including people who do not live in the state, to bring a lawsuit in state court against anyone who performs an abortion after six weeks, or helps to make one possible. Leaving enforcement to the populace raised a unique procedural question in this case: who should be sued over the Texas law? In this episode, we unpack that question and the complex issues in these cases, and recap the argument including the questions asked by the Supreme Court justices. Host Jeffrey Rosen is joined by Miriam Becker-Cohen, Appellate Counsel at the Constitutional Accountability Center who co-authored briefs in support of the abortion provider Whole Women's Health and the Biden administration, and Stephen Sachs, the Antonin Scalia Professor of Law at Harvard Law School who has covered these cases for the legal blog The Volokh Conspiracy. Additional resources and transcript available in our Media Library at constitutioncenter.org/constitution. Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org.

The Pakistan Experience
Defending the Single National Curriculum - Dr. Mariam Chughtai - Director NCC - TPE #137

The Pakistan Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 109:44


Dr Mariam Chughtai is the Director of the National Curriculum Council, she comes on The Pakistan Experience to discuss the Single National Curriculum and dispel social media rumours. In this deep dive discussion, we get into the weeds of the program, from discussing what it is, what it aims to do, and what has people afraid. Dr. Mariam and I discuss the minimum standards for education, the problem with NOCs, Policy Making, Teacher Training, Overloading Islamiat and the criticism from minorities. Please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepakistanexperience Should the SNC be limited to just giving minimum standards? Is the state using education as indoctrination? Does SNC do anything to fix the education apartheid in Pakistan? Is SNC looking to convert people? Find out this and more on this week's episode of The Pakistan Experience. Dr. Mariam Chughtai is Associate Dean and Assistant Professor at the LUMS School of Education. She is also the Director of Pakistan Programs for the Harvard University Lakshmi Mittal South Asia Institute. Previously, Dr. Chughtai taught several courses at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, along with Negotiations at Harvard Law School and Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School. She has a Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.) from Harvard University specializing in Education Policy, Leadership and Instructional Practice. She has two Masters degrees from Harvard University, in International Education Policy and Education Policy and Management, and a Bachelors in Political Science from Rice University. Dr. Chughtai is based in Pakistan and working on her forthcoming book on the politics of making and breaking identity through education in Pakistan. Please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepakistanexperience And Please stay in touch: https://twitter.com/ThePakistanExp1 https://www.facebook.com/thepakistanexperience https://instagram.com/thepakistanexpeperience The podcast is hosted by comedian and writer, Shehzad Ghias Shaikh. Shehzad is a Fulbright scholar with a Masters in Theatre from Brooklyn College. He is also one of the foremost Stand-up comedians in Pakistan and frequently writes for numerous publications. He can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Tinder. Instagram.com/shehzadghiasshaikh Facebook.com/Shehzadghias/ Twitter.com/shehzad89 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 1:28 Is the Single National Curriculum just minimum standards? 5:18 Getting NOCs and the Punjab Textbook Act 9:30 Punjab Ulema board and the need for a NOC 14:50 Yaksan Nizaam vs Yaksaan NIsab 20:50 Indoctrination 21:30 Teaching religion 25:00 Criticism from minority sects 29:50 Policy making and compromises 32:46 Reforming Pak Studies 38:21 Using Technology: Individualizing education vs a single national curriculum 44:00 Does SNC do anything to change the 3 tiers of education in Pakistan? 49:30 How does it prevent rote learning? 54:30 Teaching General Knowledge in Urdu and regional languages 1:02:00 Teacher Training 1:06:30 Political considerations for policy 1:09:00 Educational Consultancy Business 1:15:00 Teaching Islam to minorities 1:20:00 Is SNC trying to convert Non-Muslims? 1:29:33 Overloading Islamiyat 1:41:00 Madrassa Education

Talk It Out
BrownConnect Conversations | Ep 1: Andrew Gonzalez '16, Law

Talk It Out

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 48:08


Join us as we chat with Andrew Gonzales, a 2016 alum and recent Harvard Law School graduate. What paths took him to his current role as a first-year associate and how has networking made the difference?

The Megyn Kelly Show
VA Gov Race Ramifications and Texas Abortion Case Before SCOTUS, with Rich Lowry and Alan Dershowitz | Ep. 193

The Megyn Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 87:23


Megyn Kelly is joined by Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, and Alan Dershowitz, professor emeritus at Harvard Law School, to talk about what a Glenn Youngkin win in the Virginia governor's race would mean, The Lincoln Project's latest shameful stunt, protesters crashing a wedding Sen. Sinema is attending, the Supreme Court hearing Texas' abortion case, the legal case for and and against vaccine mandates, the potential legal ramifications in the Alec Baldwin shooting, chages against Gov. Cuomo, the political awkwardness of VP Kamala Harris, and more.Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow

Digging a Hole: The Legal Theory Podcast

This week on the pod we have Jeannie Suk Gersen, the John H. Watson Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and a columnist for The New Yorker! We begin by discussing Professor Suk Gersen's documentary “The Crits,” which focuses on the development and legacy of the Critical Legal Studies (CLS) movement. Several modern ideas and movements have come out of and splintered from CLS. We compare the evolution of CLS to the law and economics movement, debating both why law and economics has become institutionalized in the mainstream and what constitutes success for a legal movement. After, we transition to discussing “The Sex Burueacracy,” which covers the govenrment regulatory apparatus and university bureaucracies that stem from Title IX and similar policies. Professor Suk Gersen leaves us with thoughts on what might happen under the Biden Administrations Department of Education after educational guidances in the sex bureaucracy varied during the Obama and Trump presidencies. Referenced Readings: Duncan Kennedy, “Sexual Abuse, Sexy Dressing and the Eroticization of Domination,” New England Law Revew (1991). Jacob Gersen and Jeannie Suk, “The Sex Bureaucracy,” California Law Review (2016). Calvin Trillin, “Harvard Law,” The New Yorker (1984).

GES Center Lectures, NC State University
#9 – Doria Gordon and Greg Jaffe – NGO perspective on governance of gene editing

GES Center Lectures, NC State University

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 53:17


Genetic Engineering and Society Center GES Colloquium - Tuesdays 12-1PM (via Zoom) NC State University | http://go.ncsu.edu/ges-colloquium GES Mediasite - See videos, full abstracts, speaker bios, and slides https://go.ncsu.edu/ges-mediasite Twitter - https://twitter.com/GESCenterNCSU NGO perspective on governance of gene editing Dr. Doria Gordon, Lead Senior Scientist at Environmental Defense Fund, and Gregory Jaffe, JD, Director of the Project on Biotechnology at Center for Science in the Public Interest www.edf.org/people/doria-gordon | cspinet.org/biography/gregory-jaffe and @JaffeGregory This talk will describe six principles for the proper governance of gene editing, addressing issues such as transparency, stakeholder engagement, government oversight, and voluntary stewardship, that were adopted by six US non-governmental organizations. Abstract Biotechnology, which includes gene editing and other technologies, has the potential to address urgent food security, environmental, and human health dilemmas. However, these technologies also raise potential for societal concerns, environmental and health risks, and conflicts with cultural and spiritual values. Previous experience with the introduction of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) into the food system have in some instances resulted in public mistrust, underscoring the need for more transparency, better governance, and oversight of these technologies when they are deployed. To address these potential concerns, representatives of six conservation and consumer non-governmental organizations developed six principles for responsible governance of gene editing in agriculture and the environment, which were published in an August 2021 article of Nature Biotechnology. This webinar will present the principles and invite questions and discussion on both the principles and possible next steps for implementation. Related links: https://www.keystone.org/our-work/emerging-genetic-technologies/ngoroundtable/ Speaker Bios Dr. Doria Gordon is a Lead Senior Scientist in the Office of the Chief Scientist at Environmental Defense Fund, with a focus on ecosystems. Prior to EDF, she spent 25 years working in science, conservation, and management for The Nature Conservancy in Florida. Dr. Gordon is also a Courtesy Professor of Biology at the University of Florida and a Research Associate at Archbold Biological Station. Her current research focuses on the scale and measurement of net carbon sequestration in natural and agricultural systems. She also works on governance of genetically engineered organisms in agriculture and the environment, and risk assessment for invasiveness in plant species. Dr. Gordon completed a M.S. and Ph.D. in Ecology at the University of California at Davis following an undergraduate degree in Biology and Environmental Studies at Oberlin College. Gregory Jaffe is the Director of the Project on Biotechnology for CSPI. Jaffe came to CSPI after serving as a Trial Attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice's Environmental and Natural Resources Division and as Senior Counsel with the U.S. EPA, Air Enforcement Division. He is a recognized international expert on agricultural biotechnology and biosafety and works on biosafety regulatory issues in the U.S. and throughout the world. He was a member of the Secretary of Agriculture's Advisory Committee on Agricultural Biotechnology and 21st Century Agriculture from 2003-2008 and was reappointed to a new term in 2011. He was also a member of FDA's Veterinary Medicine Advisory Committee from 2004-2008. In addition, he provides biosafety expertise to the International Food Policy Research Institute and Cornell University's Alliance for Science. Jaffe earned his BA with High Honors from Wesleyan University in Biology and Government and then received a law degree from Harvard Law School. GES Center - Integrating scientific knowledge & diverse public values in shaping the futures of biotechnology. Find out more at https://ges-center-lectures-ncsu.pinecast.co

Erin Keam's Conversations about Closets with my Closest 1000 friends.
Nancy Linnerooth from Unblock Results on going from Harvard Law to tapping, coachathons and removing subconscious success gunk.

Erin Keam's Conversations about Closets with my Closest 1000 friends.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 33:12


Nancy Linnerooth brings extensive experience to her work releasing the subconscious blocks that hold entrepreneurs back from breaking through to the next level in their businesses. She draws on nine years as a Harvard Law School-trained attorney, seventeen years as a therapist, and over fifteen years as a practitioner of Emotional Freedom Techniques (or “Tapping”). With straight talk and humor, Nancy helps clients uncover and release the causes of their procrastination, avoidance, and self-sabotage. With her help, they finally follow through on their dreams and create the life they've always wanted. All of which impresses her 14-year-old daughter not one bit. Find Nancy here: My website: www.UnblockResults.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/nancy.linnerooth LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nancy-linnerooth/ I'll have a free gift for your listeners at https://unblockresults.com/closets The link isn't live yet—please give me a week. The link will take them to my Uncover Your Success Blocks Quiz. The Quiz identifies which of the three areas they have the most subconscious success blocks in—Mindset, Visibility, or Profitability (the Big 3 for women entrepreneurs.) The link will also give them access to three free Tap-Along Videos to start releasing a common block in each one of the areas using EFT (which is also called "Tapping"). ------------ Female-identifying (or non-binary) and want to be a guest? Book here! About Erin Erin Keam is a Clarity & Confidence & Closet Coach with her own insightful, fun and unique Method developed from her years spent in media, retail, marketing, TV & film production, real estate, copywriting, sales., the self-development field and a passion for fashion. This Method, which provides instant insights and lasting results helps you uncover your vision, create an action plan, gives you accountability and cherishes you along the way with cheerleading and celebration. You'll also discover your inner closet via exploring beloved possessions in your home to find personal themes and create a one-of-a-kind Style Statement. This "aha" experience will transform the way you get dressed and positively impact your closet, business, career and life as well as the way you show up IRL, on camera & social media. To invest in a personalized strategy session click here (and you'll also find out more): https://bit.ly/ClarityAndCloset Or go to my website, erinkeam.com. You can also follow me on: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erin-keam/support

Shedding the Bitch Radio
How to Beat a System That's (Still) Rigged Against Women with Areva Martin

Shedding the Bitch Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 47:00


Our guest Areva Martin share how just two short years ago, six women ran for United States president. Fast-forward to today, and women's gains have all but vanished. This isn't a new story; every woman throughout history has told it in one form or another. But the days of focusing on “equality” are over, says Areva, one pioneering advocate-author-expert. In its place is #equity, 2021's new buzzword. We discuss all of it, so keep a listen out for key messages such as: The five lies told by society that have held women ­­back for years Startling statistics that reveal how our system actively works against women to keep them “the inferior sex”Why small-scale strategies to enact change ultimately fail (and what to do instead)Three ways women can use boundaries to permanently reshape their futureSimple tips to help men become powerful partners, rather than passive allies, in creating a more equitable world. AREVA MARTIN is an award-winning civil rights attorney, advocate, social issues commentator, talk show host, and producer. A CNN legal analyst and Harvard Law School graduate, Martin founded Martin & Martin, LLP, a Los Angeles-based civil rights firm, and is the CEO of Butterflly Health, Inc., a mental health technology company. A best-selling author, Martin has dedicated her fourth book, Awakening: Ladies, Leadership, and the Lies We've Been Told, to helping women worldwide recognize, own, and assert their limitless power.

LCIL International Law Seminar Series
LCIL Friday Lecture: 'Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why it Matters' - Professor Anthea Roberts, Regnet

LCIL International Law Seminar Series

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 47:03


Lecture summary: Globalization has lifted millions out of poverty. Globalization is a weapon the rich use to exploit the poor. Globalization builds bridges across national boundaries. Globalization fuels the populism and great-power competition that is tearing the world apart. When it comes to the politics of free trade and open borders, the camps are dug in, producing a kaleidoscope of claims and counterclaims, unlikely alliances, and unexpected foes. But what exactly are we fighting about? And how might we approach these issues more productively? In this talk, Anthea introduces her book, co-authored with Nicolas Lamp, Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why it Matters, exploring the interests, logics, and ideologies driving these intractable debates. Examining six competing narratives about the virtues and vices of globalization, Anthea and Nicolas provide a framework for understanding current debates about economic globalization and showcase a more integrative way of thinking about complex problems. Their approach not only helps enable us to understand where we have come apart but also how we might come back together. Flyer: Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why it Matters Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why It Matters Anthea Roberts is a Professor at the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) who specializes in public international law, international trade and investment law, and the effect of geopolitical change on global governance. From 2008-2015, she taught at the London School of Economics, Columbia Law School and Harvard Law School. Anthea has chaired the ANU Working Group on Geoeconomics since 2018 and was a Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School teaching Geoeconomics in 2020. She is currently teaching courses on complexity, risk and resilience. In 2019, the League of Scholars named Anthea the world’s leading international law scholar and Australia’s leading law scholar based on the quality of her publications and the quantity of citations they had received in the previous five years. Her last book, Is International Law International? (2017), won numerous prizes, including the American Society of International Law’s Book Prize, and was Oxford University Press’s top-selling law monograph worldwide in 2017-2018. Anthea is currently working on a variety of projects about governing in complex, contested and evolving fields.

Excepcionais
#71 - Felipe Barreto Veiga - Direito nas Startups, M&A e Venture Capital

Excepcionais

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 55:18


Felipe Barreto Veiga é founder do BVA Advogados e líder da prática de M&A, venture capital e tecnologia do escritório, representando companhias, startups, family offices, bancos e fundos de investimento de mais de 60 países.Com quase 15 anos de experiência, Felipe já coordenou mais de 100 transações de venture capital e M&A, que somam mais de R$ 2 bilhões juntas, e atualmente ocupa o 5º lugar no ranking brasileiro de advogados que mais realizam transações de VC e 12º que mais realizam transações de M&A, de acordo com o Transactional Track Record – TTR.Sob sua coordenação, em apenas 6 anos, o BVA conquistou importantes prêmios e reconhecimentos nacionais e internacionais, como o Legal 500, IFLR 1000, Análise 500 (Advogado Mais Admirado e Escritório Mais Admirado) e Leaders League.É professor da Link School of Business, da Societário Academy e do Investidores.vc, além de membro do conselho de administração da SSOIL e do grupo Sunshine State Oil do Brasil, do setor de petróleo e refino.Autor de artigos e livros publicados em cinco idiomas. Coautor do best seller “Nada Easy”, de Tallis Gomes (Editora Gente) e de “Marco Legal das Startups” (Editora Thomson Reuteurs/Revista dos Tribunais).Formado pelo Mackenzie, também fez o PON na Harvard Law School e o LFM na Fordham Law School. É drop out do mestrado em direito da Universidade de São Paulo – USP.Membro da International Trademark Association (INTA), do G4 Club, da International Bar Association (IBA) e da Ordem dos Advogados do Brasil (OAB).https://www.instagram.com/fe_veiga/〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️SOBRE O EXCEPCIONAIS

The Technically Human Podcast
The Fork in the Road to Ethical Technology: Vivek Wadhwa on navigating ethical roadmaps in a perilous tech landscape

The Technically Human Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 43:00


In this episode, I sit down with Vivek Wadhwa to talk about his pivot from tech entrepreneur and big tech enthusiast, to critic and activist. We talk about his path to tech and then to his activism in education, his research into tech innovation, and his research into the importance of global diversity when considering questions of how we imagine, innovate, and build. Vivek Wadhwa is a Distinguished Fellow at Harvard Law School's Labor and Worklife Program. He is the author of five best-selling books: From Incremental to Exponential; Your Happiness Was Hacked; The Driver in the Driverless Car; Innovating Women; and The Immigrant Exodus. He has been a globally syndicated columnist for The Washington Post and held appointments at Carnegie Mellon University, Duke University, Stanford Law School, UC Berkeley, Emory University, and Singularity University. In 2012, the U.S. Government awarded Wadhwa distinguished recognition as an “Outstanding American by Choice” for his “commitment to this country and to the common civic values that unite us as Americans.” He was also named one of the world's “Top 100 Global Thinkers” by Foreign Policy magazine in that year; in June 2013, he was on TIME magazine's list of “Tech 40”, one of forty of the most influential minds in tech; and in September 2015, he was second on a list of “ten men worth emulating” in The Financial Times. In 2018, he was awarded Silicon Valley Forum's Visionary Award, a list of luminaries “who have made Silicon Valley synonymous with creativity and life-changing advancements in technology.”   Wadhwa is an advisor to several governments; mentors entrepreneurs; and writes for top publications across the globe. He has also researched Silicon Valley's diversity, or the lack of it.  He documented that women entrepreneurs have the same backgrounds and motivations as men do, but are rare in the ranks of technology CEOs and CTOs. He is the founding president of the Carolinas chapter of The IndUS Entrepreneurs (TIE), a non-profit global network intended to foster entrepreneurship.  He has been featured in thousands of articles in publications worldwide, including the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Forbes magazine, The Washington Post, The New York Times, U.S. News and World Report, and Science Magazine, and has made many appearances on U.S. and international TV stations, including CBS 60 Minutes, PBS, CNN, ABC, NBC, CNBC, and the BBC. This episode was produced by Mereck Palazzo & Matt Perry. Art by Desi Aleman.

Parent Footprint with Dr. Dan
Black Girls Must Die Exhausted: Embracing the Complexity of Life and Love with Jayne Allen

Parent Footprint with Dr. Dan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 51:08


Dr. Dan welcomes Jayne Allen (pen name for Jaunique Sealey) to discuss her new book BLACK GIRLS MUST DIE EXHAUSTED, resilience, exhaustion, loving fearlessly, infertility, Lady Gaga, Prince, and much, much more. Jayne writes fiction from life experiences. Her series “Black Girls Must Die Exhausted” touches upon contemporary women's issues such as workplace, womanhood, race, fertility, modern relationships, and mental health awareness. Her writing echoes her desire to bring both multiculturalism and multidimensionality to contemporary women's fiction with dynamic female protagonists who also happen to be black. As Jaunique Sealey she has a broad range of experience in business and brand architecture, digital strategy, marketing, and product innovation. A graduate of Duke University Pratt School of Engineering and Harvard Law School, Jaunique's professional career began as a music attorney and entertainment industry executive, followed by a period as a senior digital strategist and business development executive for Lady Gaga, assisting with the platinum album release, “Born This Way,” and executive producing the “Gaga's Workshop” digital experience for Barneys New York that won an array of marketing awards, including an OMMA Award, Gold and Silver W3 Awards and a Davey Award. Sealey then began her own consulting agency and was hired by the late artist Prince as an addition to his in-house business and legal team. Recently the new book publisher Zibby Books announced Jaunique Sealey is Vice President of strategy and community. Her fiction has been featured in Essence Magazine, Good Morning America, The Root, Bustle, Ms. Magazine, and Shondaland. Jaunique is also the author of non-fiction titles including Regroup: The How-To of Never Giving Up, and Piece of the Fame: Rockstar Social Media Marketing Strategy for Everyone to Ignite Your Business, Career, and Personal Brand. For more information visit www.jayneallen.com and www.jaunique.com and on Instagram @JayneAllenWrites. Email your parenting questions to Dr. Dan podcast@drdanpeters.com (we might answer on a future episode) Follow us @parentfootprintpodcast (Instagram, Facebook) and @drdanpeters (Twitter) Listen, subscribe, rate, review on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you like to listen For more information  www.exactlyrightmedia.com  www.drdanpeters.com For podcast merch www.exactlyrightmedia.com/parent-footprint-shop See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cleaning Up. Leadership in an age of climate change.
Ep60: Todd Stern 'President Obama's Climate Negotiator'

Cleaning Up. Leadership in an age of climate change.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 68:28


Todd Stern is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, best known for leading the US delegation at COP21 in his capacity as Special Envoy for Climate Change at the Department of State.Todd's political career started in 1993, when he joined President Clinton's administration. Between 1997 and 1999, he led the US government efforts on global climate change – he was the senior White House negotiator at the Kyoto and Buenos Aires negotiations. Between 1999 and 2001 he was a Counsellor to the Secretary of the Treasury.After 7 years in the private sector, Todd returned to politics, joining President Obama's administration as the Special Envoy for Climate Change, U.S. Department of State in 2009. As the chief climate negotiator he led the US delegation at COP21 and was one of the key architects of the Paris Agreement.Todd is now a Senior Fellow at Cross-Brookings Initiative on Climate and Energy.  He graduated from Dartmouth College and Harvard Law School. Todd is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.Further reading:Official Biohttps://www.brookings.edu/experts/todd-stern/Can the United States and China reboot their climate cooperation? (September 2020)https://www.brookings.edu/articles/can-the-united-states-and-china-reboot-their-climate-cooperation/Podesta email dump reveals tight US-China climate ties (October 2016)https://www.climatechangenews.com/2016/10/19/podesta-email-dump-reveals-tight-us-china-climate-ties/

The Quarantine Tapes
The Quarantine Tapes: 210 Derecka Purnell

The Quarantine Tapes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 31:11


Derecka Purnell is a lawyer, writer, organizer, and author of forthcoming Becoming Abolitionists: Police, Protests, and the Pursuit of Freedom. She works to end police and prison violence by providing legal assistance, research, and trainings in community based organizations through an abolitionist framework.  As a Skadden Fellow, she helped to build the Justice Project at Advancement Project's National Office which focused on consent decrees, police and prosecutor accountability, and jail closures, providing community training, political education and legal representation to organizers. Her advocacy efforts led to the dismissal of over 3,000 cases based on unconstitutional policing practices. Additionally, she supports several campaigns and grassroots organizations around the criminal legal system, electoral justice, and community investment, including Action St. Louis, Dream Defenders, Communities Against Police Crimes and Repression, the Ferguson Collaborative, and the Movement for Black Lives. Derecka also organized the founding steering committee for Law for Black Lives, a growing network of 5,000 law students, lawyers, and legal workers to support social movements.  In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Derecka co-created the COVID19 Policing Project at the Community Resource Hub for Safety Accountability. The project tracks police arrests, harassment, citations and other enforcement through public health orders related to the pandemic. Derecka received her JD from Harvard Law School, her BA from the University of Missouri- Kansas City, and studied public policy and economics at the University of California- Berkeley as a Public Policy and International Affairs Law Fellow. Her writing has been published in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Guardian, Cosmopolitan, Harper's Bazaar, Teen Vogue, The Appeal, Truthout, Slate, Boston Review, Huffington Post, Vox, and In These Times. She's been  on NPR, Democracy Now!, Slate's What Next, and MSNBC, and is the former Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy. Derecka has lectured, studied, and strategized around social movements across the United States, The Netherlands, Belgium, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and Australia. She is from St. Louis and lives in D.C.

How I Lawyer Podcast with Jonah Perlin
#039: Russ Feingold - Former US Senator and President of the American Constitution Society

How I Lawyer Podcast with Jonah Perlin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 37:36


In this episode I speak with Russ Feingold who is currently the President of the American Constitution Society, the country's leading progressive legal organization. He previously served as a United States Senator for the state of Wisconsin for eighteen years and for ten years before that as State Senator in Wisconsin. He also served as the Special Envoy for the African Great Lakes and the Democratic Republic of the Congo and as a professor at several colleges and law schools. Russ is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin at Madison, Oxford University where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar, and Harvard Law School. In our conversation we discuss his path to politics, how becoming a lawyer allowed him to have both an impactful and varied career, the role of thinking big and taking chances in creating social change, the problems of today's political climate, ACS's new podcast "Broken Law," and his thoughts on the future of the federal judiciary and the United States Supreme Court. **PERSONAL NOTE: My wife is a Director of Policy and Program at the American Constitution Society** If you enjoy this episode, make sure to sign up for future episodes at www.howilawyer.com or subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

Active Allyship...it's more than a #hashtag!
EP# 67: Becoming Abolitionists with Derecka Purnell

Active Allyship...it's more than a #hashtag!"

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 14:50


Lisa is solo and is joined by Derecka Purnell.  Derecka received her JD from Harvard Law School and works to end police and prison violence by providing legal assistance, research, and training to community-based organizations through an abolitionist framework. Her work and writing has been featured in the New York Times, NPR, The Atlantic, the Boston Globe, Harper's Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, The Appeal, Truthout, Slate, and many other publications. Book description:For more than a century, activists in the United States have tried to reform the police. From community policing initiatives to increasing diversity, none of it has stopped the police from killing about three people a day. Millions of people continue to protest police violence because these "solutions" do not match the problem: the police cannot be reformed. In Becoming Abolitionists, Purnell draws from her experiences as a lawyer, writer, and organizer initially skeptical about police abolition. She saw too much sexual violence and buried too many friends to consider getting rid of police in her hometown of St. Louis, let alone the nation. But the police were a placebo. Calling them felt like something, and something feels like everything when the other option seems like nothing.Purnell details how multi-racial social movements rooted in rebellion, risk-taking, and revolutionary love pushed her and a generation of activists toward abolition. The book travels across geography and time, and offers lessons that activists have learned from Ferguson to South Africa, from Reconstruction to contemporary protests against police shootings. Here, Purnell argues that police can not be reformed and invites readers to envision new systems that work to address the root causes of violence. Becoming Abolitionists shows that abolition is not solely about getting rid of police, but a commitment to create and support different answers to the problem of harm in society, and, most excitingly, an opportunity to reduce and eliminate harm in the first place. 

Sacred Changemakers
68 | Thriving Through Uncertainty with Jayne Warrilow And Tama Kieves

Sacred Changemakers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 57:37


Our guest on the podcast this week is Tama Kieves, an honors graduate of Harvard Law School who left her corporate law practice to write and help others unlock their most extraordinary potential. She is the bestselling author of numerous books and her latest is Thriving Through Uncertainty. Featured in USA Today and on Oprah radio, she is a sought-after speaker and visionary career and success mindset coach, who has helped thousands worldwide to discover and thrive in the life, calling, and businesses of their dreams. Today Tama shares her experiences of leaving her corporate law career to pursue her soul's calling. She ignored her parents who told her “if you're gonna write, you're gonna starve!” and along the journey, we get to hear the wisdom she has learned from following her bliss. Listen in as we talk through what it means to thrive through uncertainty, and we begin to unpack the challenges we are facing in today's modern world and the opportunities that exist for us today. Tama speaks with passionate energy about “doing the right thing with my time on earth”, about following the spark of what is most meaningful, and inspiring others to step into their highest potential. Her energy is infectious as she shares her excitement about the capacities of the human spirit and her optimism that leaders can change the world. If you are curious about your mindset and how your thinking might be holding you back in life or business, this is a conversation you don't want to miss. I suspect you'll enjoy this lively dialogue as much as I did. Key Takeaways Tama's dynamic perspective on how to live a meaningful life The difference between living the life you think you should be living and living the life you were meant to live. The value of listening deeply to your soul How to get out of your head and be led (to be peaceful, joyous, and free). Memorable Quote “If you've been successful doing what you don't love, how successful could you be doing what you DO love?.”—Tama Kieves, bestselling author of ‘Thriving Through Uncertainty'. Episode Resources: http://tamakieves.com/ (Tama's Website) https://amzn.to/3ADSXCv (BOOK: Thriving Through Uncertainty by Tama Kieves) http://sacredchangemakers.com/ (SacredChangemakers.com) https://sacredchangemakers.com/community (Our Sacred Community) https://www.instagram.com/jayne_m_warrilow/?hl=en (Jayne Warrilow on Instagram) Thank you to our sponsor: A HUGE thank you to our sponsor Coaches Business School who are helping coaches to succeed in business, so they can make a meaningful difference in our world. Go to http://coachesbuseinssschool.com/ (coachesbusinessschool.com) to get the tools, strategies, and frameworks you need to enjoy growing your business in a way that is profitable, predictable, and purpose-driven. A big thank you to all our coaches because without them this wouldn't be possible. If you would like to support our show: Please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and other podcast platforms. We would be SO grateful. Sacred Changemakers is a transformation company that believes in change for good. We partner with changemakers (coaches, consultants, speakers, authors, business owners, leaders, conscious humans) who want to become more purpose-driven, create a lasting impact, and inspire a better future for all. Together, we are making a meaningful difference in our world. If you are a fellow changemaker who would like the support of an incredible community (and make a bigger impact along your path), you can http://sacredchangemakers.com/ (find out more about us here.)

Investing in Impact
Using Venture Capital to Drive Cures for Type 1 Diabetes - Sean Doherty // Chairman of the JDRF T1D Fund

Investing in Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 48:51


In episode 34 of the Investing in Impact podcast, I speak with Sean Doherty, Chairman of the JDRF T1D Fund, on using a combination of venture capital and philanthropy to drive cures for type 1 diabetes (T1D) by catalyzing private investment.Sean Doherty led the concept-creation, design and capital financing of the Fund, and he has driven its strategy since inception. Sean retired at the end of 2018 from his role as Managing Director of Bain Capital, LP, a private global investment firm which he joined in 2005 as the firm's first general counsel.  In this role he built a pioneering and industry-leading deal lawyer and risk management group during a time of rapid growth and institutionalization of the alternative asset industry. He also had a diverse operational and constituency management role at Bain Capital, where he led crisis management, press and external communications, government relations, branding and philanthropic initiatives and was deeply involved in governance matters and capital raising. Earlier in his career he worked at Ropes & Gray LLP and was a law clerk to a federal district judge in Boston. Prior to law school, he was a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy, in which he served on a Middle East Force frigate from 1990-94.Sean and his wife, Suzy, have been involved with JDRF since 2002 when their son Finn was diagnosed with T1D at the age of 2. He served on the JDRF International Board and its Executive Committee from 2016 to 2019 following more than a decade of service on the JDRF New England Chapter Board, including two years as its President.He received a J.D. magna cum laude from Harvard Law School and a B.A. magna cum laude in Government from Harvard College. He serves on the boards of directors of two companies with T1D programs and is also a member of the board of trustees of Thayer Academy in Braintree, MA.About The JDRF T1D FundA philanthropic vehicle run as a venture capital fund. Launched in December 2016, the T1D Fund was established to create a new investment market aimed at delivering solutions to people living with or at risk of developing T1D.They are now one of the largest disease-focused venture philanthropy funds in the world, with $100m in assets and our philanthropic dollars are spurring private investment to ultimately secure the billions we need to generate cures.The portfolio consists of therapeutics, diagnostics, devices and vaccines, with an emphasis on cure-oriented therapies.Listen to more Causeartist podcasts here.Check out the Impact Investor platform here - Discover Impact Investors from around the world.Partner with us - Learn moreWe are powered by:Podcast Made with TransistorPodcast cover design Made with CanvaBuild amazing web platforms with Webflow

West Coast Radio
The Loneliness Epidemic with Dr. JW 'Terry' Freiberg.

West Coast Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 58:44


West Coast Radio's 96th program is about loneliness. The guest on the show is J.W. 'Terry' Freiberg, who is an award winning author, has a PHD in social psychology from UCLA, and is a lawyer by way of Harvard Law School. Terry has written a three book trilogy on loneliness, most recently,  "Surrounded By Others and Yet So Alone: A Lawyer's Case Stories of Love, Loneliness, and Litigation"In this episode, you'll learn about why loneliness can be so dangerous, and what steps one can take to dig themselves out of a chronically lonely situation. Websites of J.W. 'Terry' Freiberg: http://thelonelinessbooks.com/ http://www.jwfreiberg.com/ Buy the book (or ebook) below or wherever you like to buy books online : https://www.amazon.com/Surrounded-Others-Yet-Alone-Loneliness-ebook/dp/B0855WNJPNhttps://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/surrounded-by-others-and-yet-so-alone-j-w-freiberg/1136840667https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/surrounded-by-others-and-yet-so-alone

Arbitrary & Capricious
Judge Williams on the American Constitution and Liberal Democracy (Memorial Symposium for Judge Stephen F. Williams)

Arbitrary & Capricious

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 70:20


On September 17, 2021, the Gray Center hosted an event in memory of Judge Stephen F. Williams: a conference for new papers written for a symposium on his enormous legacy in law and liberty. We are grateful to our authors, who discussed their newly completed papers at this event, hosted at the Decatur House in Washington, D.C., and followed by a reception where we were all able to continue the conversation. The second panel looked at Judge Williams's contributions in areas related to the American Constitution and liberal democracy. It featured a panel discussion of new research papers by Antonin Scalia Law School's Michael Greve, Harvard Law School's Stephen Sachs, and Nathaniel Zelinsky of Hogan Lovells LLP, and was moderated by Gray Center Co-Executive Director Adam White. Michael Greve's paper is available at: https://administrativestate.gmu.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2021/09/Greve-So-Close-And-Yet-So-Far-Away.pdf Stephen Sachs's paper is available at: https://administrativestate.gmu.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2021/09/Sachs-Law-Within-Limits.pdf Nathaniel Zelinsky's paper is available at: https://administrativestate.gmu.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2021/09/Zelinsky-Stephen-F-Williams-on-Liberalism.pdf This episode features Michael Greve, Stephen Sachs, Adam White, and Nathaniel Zelinsky.

Keen On Democracy
Randall Kennedy on the Realities and Imaginaries of Race in America

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 43:45


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 of Keen On, Andrew is joined by Randall Kennedy, the author of Say It Loud!: On Race, Law, History, and Culture, to discuss the key social justice issues of our time—from George Floyd to antiracism to inequality and the Supreme Court. Find more Keen On episodes and additional videos on Lit Hub's YouTube Channel! ________________________ Randall Kennedy is Michael R. Klein Professor at Harvard Law School where he teaches courses on contracts, criminal law, and the regulation of race relations. He was born in Columbia, South Carolina. For his education he attended St. Albans School, Princeton University, Oxford University, and Yale Law School. He served as a law clerk for Judge J. Skelly Wright of the United States Court of Appeals and for Justice Thurgood Marshall of the United States Supreme Court. He is a member of the bar of the District of Columbia and the Supreme Court of the United States. A member of the American Law Institute, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the American Philosophical Association, Mr. Kennedy is also a Trustee emeritus of Princeton University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Digging a Hole: The Legal Theory Podcast
Noah Feldman & Christopher Kang

Digging a Hole: The Legal Theory Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 65:43


It's SCOTUS reform time! We are joined by Noah Feldman, the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, and Christopher Kang, the co-founder and chief counsel of Demand Justice and former Deputy Counsel to President Obama. Both of our guests testified to the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States. On the pod, our guests explain what they think the Commission should do. We talk through and debate whether the Court is political and/or partisan and whether Supreme Court rulings are un-democratic or lack democratic accountability. Given divergent views on these questions, we also have stark disagreements on the degree to which court reform is necessary and what the ideal reform would be. Our guests are leading thinkers on this timely issue, and their varying perspectives demonstrate the political, institutional, and legal complexities of altering the Supreme Court. Referenced Readings: Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States Testimonies: Noah Feldman on “The Contemporary Debate over Supreme Court Reform: Origins and Perspectives” Christopher Kang on “Perspectives on Supreme Court Reform” Samuel Moyn on “The Court's Role in Our Constitutional System”

Work and Life with Stew Friedman
Ep 215. Ulcca Joshi Hansen: The Future of Smart

Work and Life with Stew Friedman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 52:30


Ulcca Joshi Hansen, a researcher and education advocate, is the author of The Future of Smart: How Our Education System Needs to Change to Help All Young People Thrive. Ulcca believes each young person deserves the chance to discover their unique potential, and to explore what that means for how they contribute to the world. She explores the disconnect between what we want for our children, what we value, and what our education system is actually providing. She's a mother of two and a former elementary teacher who has worked in education for two decades. She is herself an English as a second language learner and a first generation college graduate. Ulcca is the Chief Program Officer at Grantmakers for Education, the nation's largest and most diverse network of education grant makers dedicated to improving educational outcomes and increasing opportunities for all learners. She has a BA in philosophy, a PhD from the University of Oxford, and a JD from Harvard Law School. She is a two-time TEDx speaker and has been recognized nationally for her leadership as a Harry S. Truman Scholar, a British Marshall Scholar, and a Paul and Daisy Soros Fellow. In this episode, Stew talks with Ulcca about what we want our children to learn and what they are actually being taught in our schools. We discuss what it means to be “smart” in today's in today's complex world -- and in tomorrow's -- and how the educational system we have had for centuries has to change. Ulcca describes what we can do to make the necessary changes, as parents, business leaders, policy makers, and citizens. Here then is an invitation for you, a challenge, after you've had a chance to listen to this episode. Have a conversation with anyone you know about how a more holistic approach to education would make our nation stronger, better prepared to meet the challenges the next generation will face. Share your reactions to this episode and your suggestions for future shows with Stew by writing to him at friedman@wharton.upenn.edu or via LinkedIn. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The David Rubenstein Show
Stephen Breyer

The David Rubenstein Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 25:19


Stephen Breyer, United States Supreme Court Associate Justice, discusses his relationship with the other Justices, his path from teaching at Harvard Law School to Capitol Hill, and why he thinks it's important for young Americans to get involved in politics. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Tim Ferriss Show
#532: Sheila Heen of The Harvard Negotiation Project — How to Navigate Hard Conversations, the Subtle Art of Apologizing, and a Powerful 60-Day Challenge

The Tim Ferriss Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 119:30


Sheila Heen of The Harvard Negotiation Project — How to Navigate Hard Conversations, the Subtle Art of Apologizing, and a Powerful 60-Day Challenge | Brought to you by LinkedIn Jobs recruitment platform with 750M users, Eight Sleep's Pod Pro Cover sleeping solution for dynamic cooling and heating, and Public Goods high-quality everyday essentials. More on all three below.Sheila Heen is a New York Times best-selling author, founder of Triad Consulting Group, and a deputy director of the Harvard Negotiation Project at Harvard Law School, where she has been a member of the faculty for 25 years. Sheila specializes in particularly difficult negotiations, where emotions run high and relationships become strained. She often works with executive teams, helping them to resolve conflict, repair professional relationships, and make sound decisions together. In the public sector, she has provided training for the New England Organ Bank, the Singapore Supreme Court, the Obama White House, and theologians struggling with disagreement over the nature of truth and God.Sheila is co-author of the New York Times bestsellers Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most and Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well (even when it's off base, unfair, poorly delivered and, frankly, you're not in the mood). She has written for the Harvard Business Review and the New York Times — as a guest expert and contributor to the “Modern Love” column — and she has appeared on NPR, Fox News, CNBC's Power Lunch, and shows as diverse as Oprah and The G. Gordon Liddy Show. She has spoken at the Global Leadership Summit, the Nordic Business Forum, the Smithsonian, Apple, Google, and Microsoft. Sheila is a graduate of Occidental College and Harvard Law School. 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The Megyn Kelly Show
9/11 20 Years Later and Biden's Vaccine Mandate, with Rep. Dan Crenshaw, Debra Burlingame, Frank Siller, and Shannen Coffin | Ep. 157

The Megyn Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 89:39


Megyn Kelly is joined by Rep. Dan Crenshaw, former NAVY Seal, Debra Burlingame, lawyer and sister of the American Airlines Flight 77 pilot, Frank Siller, CEO of Tunnel to Towers Foundation, Shannen Coffin, former counsel to VP Dick Cheney, and Alan Dershowitz, professor emeritus at Harvard Law School, to talk about the legality of Biden's new workplace vaccine mandate, 9/11 20 years later, the Taliban and Afghanistan today, honoring those we lost on September 11, and more. Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: Twitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow

The Rachel Maddow Show
How the case of one bar's liquor license could bring down the new Texas abortion law

The Rachel Maddow Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 44:44


Tonight's guests are Laurence Tribe, professor of Constitutional Law, emeritus, at Harvard Law School; and Marc Elias, Democratic voting rights attorney and founder of Democracy Docket.

The Megyn Kelly Show
Afghanistan, Abortion, and COVID, with Lara Logan, Charles C.W. Cooke, and Alan Dershowitz | Ep. 154

The Megyn Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 91:33


Megyn Kelly is joined by Charles C.W. Cooke, Senior Writer of National Review, Lara Logan, award-winning journalist and host of "Lara Logan Has No Agenda" on Fox Nation, and Alan Dershowitz, Professor Emeritus of Harvard Law School, to discuss the DeSantis COVID hysteria, mask mandate for children in schools, the latest in Afghanistan, Biden's accountability and responsibility, the brutality of the Taliban, the Texas abortion law, Dershowitz' run-in with Larry David, and more.Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: Twitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at:https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow