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UCI Law School Erwin Chemerinsky and Jonathan Glater
UCI Law School Erwin Chemerinsky and Jonathan Glater

From University of California, Irvine School of Law, the UCI Law Talks podcast series features smart conversation analyzing critical legal issues with professors at top-ranked UCI Law.

The show is hosted by Jonathan Glater, a former reporter for The New York Times who is now a member of the faculty at UCI Law.

The debut episodes feature these in-depth discussions:

Episode 1: Erwin Chemerinsky gives a preview of the 2015-16 Supreme Court term
Episode 2: Rick Hasen on the dynamic challenges posed by battles to reshape election law
Episode 3: Michele Goodwin warns of the serious challenges posed by the rising number of women in prison
Episode 4: Kaaryn Gustafson elaborates on her groundbreaking research into the history of American bastardy laws
The podcast series is available on iTunes, SoundCloud and at
law.uci.edu/podcast. Follow updates on Twitter @UCILaw.
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