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Lawyers Jack D’Aurora and John Gonzales discuss a variety of legal and social justice issues, ranging from tort reform human trafficking. And sometimes, there’s even a little humor thrown in—but not too much humor. After all, these are lawyers doing the talking.

Lawyer Up! Podcast Jack D’Aurora and John Gonzales

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Lawyers Jack D’Aurora and John Gonzales discuss a variety of legal and social justice issues, ranging from tort reform human trafficking. And sometimes, there’s even a little humor thrown in—but not too much humor. After all, these are lawyers doing the talking.

    Gun violence–a pediatric surgeon’s point of view

    Gun violence–a pediatric surgeon’s point of view

    A  prior guest on our podcast, Jonathan Groner is a pediatric surgeon and the medical director of the Center for Pediatric Trauma Research at Nationwide Children’s Hospital who regularly treats Columbus children for gunshot wounds. For Groner, gun violence isn’t some distant problem to debate from the comfort of his home. For him, it’s very … Continue reading Gun violence–a pediatric surgeon’s point of view →

    • 42 min
    Former attorney general Jim Petro: repeal the death penalty

    Former attorney general Jim Petro: repeal the death penalty

    As a state representative, Jim Petro helped draft Ohio’s death penalty law in 1981. During his watch as attorney general from 2003 to 2007, the state of Ohio executed 18 men. But now, Petro thinks it’s time to repeal the death penalty. Listen and find out why.

    • 40 min
    Recognizing the humanity within the LGBTQ community

    Recognizing the humanity within the LGBTQ community

    Why is it that some number of people want to deprive members of the LGBTQ community of the fundamental rights that everyone else enjoys? What’s so hard about recognizing the humanity of the LGBTQ community? Listen to Densil Porteous, executive director of Stonewall Columbus, talk about how he uses grace and patience to help people … Continue reading Recognizing the humanity within the LGBTQ community →

    • 45 min
    Inside the walls

    Inside the walls

    Ohio houses some 50,000 men and women in its penitentiaries. Former warden Christine Money describes life inside the walls and an innovative program she now directs that helps inmates successfully  reenter society. Some of these former offenders have been inside the walls for over 35 years, and almost all of them are doing exceptionally well.

    • 50 min
    Location a big factor in determining likelihood of success

    Location a big factor in determining likelihood of success

    It’s no secret that some parts of metro Columbus make it tough to succeed because of crime and lack of resources. Amy Klaben, project facilitator for Move to Prosper, tells us about the success 10 single mothers and their children are having now that they’re relocated from low-income, low-resource neighborhoods to neighborhoods that provide more … Continue reading Location a big factor in determining likelihood of success →

    • 36 min
    The death penalty–a physician’s point of view

    The death penalty–a physician’s point of view

    Jonathan Groner is a pediatric surgeon and the medical director of the Center for Pediatric Trauma Research at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, who has been vocal in his opposition to the Death Penalty. This isn’t just an academic exercise for Dr. Groner. He’s been to Death Row and examined Death Row inmates whose executions were botched. … Continue reading The death penalty–a physician’s point of view →

    • 40 min

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