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A show about the law, and the nine Supreme Court justices who interpret it for the rest of America.

Amicus With Dahlia Lithwick | Law, Justice, and the Courts Slate Magazine

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A show about the law, and the nine Supreme Court justices who interpret it for the rest of America.

    A Trial That's Not A Trial

    A Trial That's Not A Trial

    Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Neil Eggleston, White House Counsel during the last three years of the Obama Administration. He also represented the Office of the President in privilege litigation against the Starr Independent Counsel’s Office during the President Clinton Whitewater/Lewinsky investigation. Together, they take a close look at the lawyers surrounding the president, and at the legal strategies in play as the impeachment process moves into its trial phase.
    Join us for a live show on February 19th in Washington DC: https://slate.com/live/amicus-live-w-dahlia-lithwick-andrew-gillum-and-more.html
    Podcast production by Sara Burningham.
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    • 51 Min.
    What Is Impeachment For?

    What Is Impeachment For?

    In a conversation taped live at the Aspen Institute, Dahlia Lithwick speaks to former acting solicitor general of the United States Neal Katyal about impeachment, and how he approaches is it as an “extremist centrist.”

    Katyal’s book, co-written with Sam Koppelman, Impeach: The Case Against Donald Trump, is out now.

    This is a preview of a Slate Plus episode. To hear the episode in full, sign up for Slate Plus.

    Come see Dahlia Lithwick chatting with Andrew Gillum, Rick Hasen, and other guests live at the Hamilton in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 19.


    Podcast produced by Sara Burningham.
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    • 5 Min.
    Buckle Up, John Roberts

    Buckle Up, John Roberts

    Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Slate’s own Mark Joseph Stern to discuss Chief Justice John Roberts’ New Year’s resolutions on the judiciary, impeachment, and this Supreme Court term. Stern’s book American Justice 2019: The Roberts Court Arrives is out now. 

    Podcast produced by Sara Burningham.
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    • 53 Min.
    Divided Realities

    Divided Realities

    Dahlia Lithwick is joined by three women using their legal experience to advocate for people trying to navigate the ever-changing, labyrinthine process of claiming asylum in the United States. It’s tough work, and they are volunteering in the face of mounting obstacles. Liz Willis and Dennise Moreno are from ASAP , and Kristin Clarens is with Project Adelante. Next, Dahlia talks to Susan Hennessy of Lawfare to understand the intertwined significance of impeachment, the Mueller Report, and the Department of Justice inspector general’s report. 

    Send in your questions for our Roberts Court special episode with Mark Joseph Stern on Jan. 4. Submit questions by Jan. 1 to amicus@slate.com.

    Podcast production by Sara Burningham.
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    Slate Presents: Lockdown

    Slate Presents: Lockdown

    If you have any school-aged children in your life, you know that lockdown and active shooter drills have become a routine part of their school experience. These drills now take place in 95 percent of American schools.
    What you’re about to hear is a collaboration between Slate and The Trace, a nonprofit newsroom covering gun violence in the United States. It’s an audio project featuring firsthand accounts from kids of all ages about what it’s like to go through these drills. We hear a lot about school shootings, but we’re only starting to have a larger conversation about how they affect even those kids who may never go through one. 
    You can hear more from the students at slate.com/lockdown.
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    • 24 Min.
    Impeaching Other Presidents

    Impeaching Other Presidents

    Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Kate Shaw, a professor of law at Cardozo Law School and the co-director of the Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy. They talk about presidential speech, impeachment, and why figuring out what happens next involves taking a close look at what happened in 1868.

    Podcast production by Sara Burningham.
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