17 episodes

Though much divides us these days, there are still some things we all share in common. One of them is law. From the kind of health care we receive to the laws that determine what’s a ticket and what’s a court date, law is everywhere. “Common Law” gives insight into the laws around us and what’s next. This season, hosts Risa Goluboff and Leslie Kendrick focus on “When Law Changed the World.” Goluboff and Kendrick are dean and vice dean of the University of Virginia School of Law, respectively. Transcripts are posted at commonlawpodcast.com.

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    • 4.9, 90 Ratings

Though much divides us these days, there are still some things we all share in common. One of them is law. From the kind of health care we receive to the laws that determine what’s a ticket and what’s a court date, law is everywhere. “Common Law” gives insight into the laws around us and what’s next. This season, hosts Risa Goluboff and Leslie Kendrick focus on “When Law Changed the World.” Goluboff and Kendrick are dean and vice dean of the University of Virginia School of Law, respectively. Transcripts are posted at commonlawpodcast.com.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
90 Ratings

90 Ratings

Guy 68 ,

Quality Legal Education for Free

Though biased due my acquaintence with both Professor Goluboff and Professor Kendrick, I was delighted to have my preconceptions of them as suberb communicators and thorough scholars confirmed from listening to the first episodes. They present this series at a fortuitous moment, just when we Americans desperately seek the values that will sustain us in this unusully turbulent polical environment. And they are the perfect moderators, sharply probing in their questions, judicious in their choice of guests, entertaining and clear in their teaching.

Allie Dee ,

Dry

The actual content is great, less reading from a script would make it a lot less boring.

diabolus-in-musica ,

Love it!

Okay, I’m biased because I’m a student at UVA Law and this podcast allows me to indulge in my silly adulation of the professors. Nevertheless, Deans Goluboff and Kendrick are brilliant and fascinating speakers, and their charm and their sense of humor and their broad, intellectual, humane approach to the law makes this, I think, an enlightening listen for anyone who’s interested in law and legal reform.

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