50 episodes

The California MCLE Podcast by TalksOnLaw is a series of enjoyable MCLE-accredited interviews with leading law professors, practitioners, and judges. All available for California MCLE credit. Topics from police power, to technology and privacy, to the ownership of DNA. Subscribers can enjoy our fifty-part interview series with the titans of law, available for California MCLE credit for TalksOnLaw premium and podcast members. www.talksonlaw.com

California MCLE Podcast TalksOnLaw

    • Government
    • 4.9 • 11 Ratings

The California MCLE Podcast by TalksOnLaw is a series of enjoyable MCLE-accredited interviews with leading law professors, practitioners, and judges. All available for California MCLE credit. Topics from police power, to technology and privacy, to the ownership of DNA. Subscribers can enjoy our fifty-part interview series with the titans of law, available for California MCLE credit for TalksOnLaw premium and podcast members. www.talksonlaw.com

    Selling Human Organs

    Selling Human Organs

    (0.5 General California MCLE)  With millions of Americans waiting for life-saving organ transplants, why are human organ sales criminally prohibited? Harvard Professor and leading expert, Glenn Cohen breaks down the regulations governing organ transplantation, describes to host, Joel Cohen, the dangers of transplant tourism, and suggests alternative schemes that we may see in the coming years.
    Prof. Cohen is one of the world's leading experts at the intersection of bioethics and the law, as well as health law.  A professor at Harvard Law School, Glenn Cohen also serves as the Faculty Director of the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School.

    • 31 min
    Selling Human Organs (Part 2)

    Selling Human Organs (Part 2)

    (0.5 General California MCLE)  With millions of Americans waiting for life-saving organ transplants, why are human organ sales criminally prohibited? Harvard Professor and leading expert, Glenn Cohen breaks down the regulations governing organ transplantation, describes to host, Joel Cohen, the dangers of transplant tourism, and suggests alternative schemes that we may see in the coming years.
    Prof. Cohen is one of the world's leading experts at the intersection of bioethics and the law, as well as health law. A professor at Harvard Law School, Glenn Cohen also serves as the Faculty Director of the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School.

    • 27 min
    Police Power and Personal Rights

    Police Power and Personal Rights

    (0.5 General California MCLE)  Stops, searches, and arrests: explore the rights you have and those you thought you had, from the man who helped write the Federal Rules of Evidence. Prof. Daniel Capra sits down with host, Joel Cohen, to explain.
    Daniel Capra is the Reed Professor of Law at Fordham Law School where he teaches evidence, criminal procedure, and civil procedure. He is also an adjunct professor at Columbia Law School. As the author of numerous law review articles, treatises, and books, he is a nationally recognized expert on evidence and criminal procedure. He has served as reporter to the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on the Federal Rules of Evidence since 1996 and drafted the text of amendments and Advisory Committee Notes for new amendments to the Federal Rules of Evidence. Since 2004, Professor Capra has been on the Multistate Bar Examination Drafting Committee on Evidence Questions.

    • 32 min
    Police Power and Personal Rights (Part 2)

    Police Power and Personal Rights (Part 2)

    (0.5 General California MCLE)  Stops, searches, and arrests: explore the rights you have and those you thought you had, from the man who helped write the Federal Rules of Evidence. Prof. Daniel Capra sits down with host, Joel Cohen, to explain.
     
    Daniel Capra is the Reed Professor of Law at Fordham Law School where he teaches evidence, criminal procedure, and civil procedure. He is also an adjunct professor at Columbia Law School. As the author of numerous law review articles, treatises, and books, he is a nationally recognized expert on evidence and criminal procedure. He has served as reporter to the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on the Federal Rules of Evidence since 1996 and drafted the text of amendments and Advisory Committee Notes for new amendments to the Federal Rules of Evidence. Since 2004, Professor Capra has been on the Multistate Bar Examination Drafting Committee on Evidence Questions.

    • 31 min
    Police Technology - From Body Cameras to Facial Recognition

    Police Technology - From Body Cameras to Facial Recognition

    (0.5 General California MCLE)  Rapid technological advancement is changing the way law enforcement operates and interacts with the public. Professor Bennett Capers explains to host, Joel Cohen, how new technologies are being used by police departments across the country and the legal issues implicated.
    Bennett Capers is a professor at Brooklyn Law School and an expert in criminal law and procedure, and evidence law. Prior to teaching, he spent nearly ten years as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of New York. In 2013, he served as Chairperson of the AALS 2013 Conference on Criminal Justice.  That same year, Judge Scheindlin appointed him to Chair the Academic Advisory Council to assist in implementing the remedial order in the stop-and-frisk class action Floyd v. City of New York.

    • 34 min
    The Donald Sterling Affair

    The Donald Sterling Affair

    (0.5 General California MCLE)  Race, speech, and the power of the NBA. Sports law expert Paul Haagen of Duke Law dissects the most sensational NBA owner scandal in a generation.
    A Nationally recognized sports law expert, professor Paul Haagen of Duke Law is the co-director of the Center for Sports Law and Policy. Professor Haagen is regularly cited on legal issues relating to sports in publications such as The New York Times, CNN, and The Wall Street Journal, and has consulted with pro sports teams and leagues on critical legal issues.

    • 29 min

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11 Ratings

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