There's much more than what appears in print. That's why Vanderbilt Law Review created its official podcast, Off the Page. Each episode features one of our published authors discussing their work in their own voice. Listen in to conversations with top legal scholars, and let's take the conversation off the page.
Molly Dillaway’s “Amazon and the Necessity of Strict Products Liability for Online Marketplaces”
Before you make that next impulse purchase on Amazon, you'll want to listen to this. Vanderbilt Law School 3L and Vanderbilt Law Review's Notes Development Editor Molly Dillaway is this month's guest, and she discusses her Note, The New “Web-Stream” of...
Jonathan Gould's "Rethinking Swing Voters"
Professor Jonathan Gould of Berkeley Law School joins the show to discuss his article that breaks down all aspects of swing voters, including what defines a swing voter, what gives them power, what their power enables them to do, and how swing voters...
J.B. Ruhl's "Wicked Problems"
A "wicked problem" is much more technical than its name suggests. In October 2019, Professor J.B. Ruhl of Vanderbilt Law School coordinated a Symposium for Vanderbilt Law Review titled "Governing Wicked Problems," a conference that featured...
Annie Gieseke's Regulating Deepfake Pornography
Women are susceptible to deepfake pornography, now more than ever. Vanderbilt Law School 3L and Vanderbilt Law Review Articles Editor Annie Gieseke is our guest this month, and she discusses how deepfake technology is being weaponized to create...
Deborah Archer's "White Men's Roads Through Black Men's Homes"
Vanderbilt Law Review is proud to present our official podcast, Off the Page! For every published edition of our journal, we will also publish an episode of Off the Page in which we interview one of the authors whose work appears in that edition. Through our discussions with some of the best legal minds, we will highlight important developments and aspects of the law. Our debut episode features Professor Deborah Archer from NYU School of Law. Her article, “White Men’s Roads Through Black Men’s Homes”: Advancing Racial Equity Through Highway Reconstruction, explores the history of our country’s highway system, the little-discussed racial discrimination and negative impacts surrounding it, and how policy makers can begin to correct these wrongs. Professor Archer's full article is available for free at this link. Have any comments or questions? Please email us at email@example.com!
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Well researched and produced!
I've only listened to the first episode, but this seems like it will tackle some interesting and relevant topics. The production quality is great!