Justice Speaks

A Podcast Brought to you by the N.Y.U. Review of Law & Social Change

Season 2

Episode 2

In our second episode of season two, Staff Editor Rebecca Gerome focuses on affirmative action in the case of Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action. This episode features interviews with Deborah Malamud, AnBryce Professor of Law at N.Y.U. Law, and Mark Rosenbaum, Chief Counsel of the ACLU of Southern California, Harvey J. Gunderson Professor from Practice Public Interest/Public Service Faculty Fellow Lecturer at the University of Michigan School of Law, and one of the attorneys who argued the case in front of the Supreme Court on behalf of the Cantrell respondents.

Credits
Host: Rebecca Gerome
Editor: Rebecca Gerome
Producers: Scott Bulua and Geoffrey Wertime

Episode 1

Kicking off the second season of Justice Speaks: A Social Change Podcast, Staff Editor Kirill Basin focuses on the issue of legislative prayer  in the case Town of Greece v. Galloway, in which a longstanding town practice faces a challenge under the Establishment Clause. This episode features interviews with Daniel Mach, director of the ACLU Program on Freedom of Religion and Belief, and Burt Neuborne, Inez Milholland Professor of Civil Liberties at N.Y.U. Law.

Credits
Host:
Kirill Basin
Editor: Kirill Basin
Producers: Scott Bulua and Geoffrey Wertime

Season 1

Episode 1

We are proud to launch the first episode of Justice Speaks: A Social Change Podcast.  The first episode is on the marriage equality cases recently heard in the Supreme Court.  It features clips from the Oral Arguments, as well as commentary from Jennifer C. Pizer of Lambda Legal and Professor Dean Spade.

Credits
Host: 
Geoffrey Wertime
Editor: Scott Bulua
Producers: Diana Newmark, Stas Moroz, Sara Maeder, Kendal Nystedt, and Carson Baucher
Music and studio recording: Mike Hamel

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