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Audio Arguendo provides unedited recordings of oral arguments from the Supreme Court and interesting cases from around the globe. Tweet us suggestions for cases to broadcast @AudioArguendo

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Audio Arguendo provides unedited recordings of oral arguments from the Supreme Court and interesting cases from around the globe. Tweet us suggestions for cases to broadcast @AudioArguendo

    USCA, Eleventh Circuit Green v. Raffensperger, Case No. 22-11299

    USCA, Eleventh Circuit Green v. Raffensperger, Case No. 22-11299

    Election Law: May courts decide whether a candidate is ineligible for federal office because they supported an insurrection against the United States? - Argued: Thu, 11 Aug 2022 9:57:2 EDT

    USCA, D.C. Circuit Klayman v. Rao, Case No. 21-5269

    USCA, D.C. Circuit Klayman v. Rao, Case No. 21-5269

    Judicial Conduct: Are the judges of the D.C. Circuit and the D.C. District Court improperly biased against Larry Klayman? - Argued: Wed, 10 Aug 2022 16:42:28 EDT

    USCA, Fifth Circuit Franciscan Alliance v. Becerra , Case No. 21-11174

    USCA, Fifth Circuit Franciscan Alliance v. Becerra , Case No. 21-11174

    Religious Liberty: May religiously affiliated medical institutions refuse to provide abortion services and gender affirming medical treatments? - Argued: Thu, 04 Aug 2022 9:5:17 EDT

    Idaho Supreme Court Planned Parenthood v. Idaho, Case No. 49615

    Idaho Supreme Court Planned Parenthood v. Idaho, Case No. 49615

    Abortion: Does Idaho's trigger law, under which all abortion will become a felony at the end of August 2022, violate the Idaho Constitution and Human Rights Law? - Argued: Wed, 03 Aug 2022 10:44:44 EDT

    USCA, Ninth Circuit Center for Food Safety v. Vilsack, Case No. 21-15883

    USCA, Ninth Circuit Center for Food Safety v. Vilsack, Case No. 21-15883

    Administrative Law: May the Department of Agriculture classify hydroponically grown food as "organic"? - Argued: Wed, 27 Jul 2022 20:56:56 EDT

    USCA, First Circuit Doe v. MIT, Case No. 22-1056

    USCA, First Circuit Doe v. MIT, Case No. 22-1056

    Civil Rights: May a student anonymously sue a university for wrongfully expelling him over sexual assault allegations? - Argued: Wed, 27 Jul 2022 20:54:33 EDT

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

JHAdler ,

Must subscribe podcast

Love this podcast. All the SCOTUS oral arguments posted ina tiely fashion, in addition to timely and interesting lower court cases. It's rare a big case I'm following is not included. If someone focuses on appellate advocacy and the courts, this is a must listen.

Lawyer By Day ,

Super interesting.

You get the Supreme Court arguments that you can get from other podcasts like Oyez. But then you get a wide selection of interesting cases in the lower federal courts and the state courts.

lawcritic ,

Great

Concise, well organized!

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