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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.

Off the Page Vanderbilt Law Review

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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.

    Ryan Doerfler's The Ghost of John Hart Ely (written with Samuel Moyn)

    Ryan Doerfler's The Ghost of John Hart Ely (written with Samuel Moyn)

    Today we talk with University of Chicago Professor Ryan Doerfler about his article The Ghost of John Hart Ely. This article was written with Yale Law Professor Samuel Moyn. The full article will be available soon in the Vanderbilt Law Review. 

    • 28 min
    Veronica Root Martinez's "The Diversity Paradox"

    Veronica Root Martinez's "The Diversity Paradox"

    Professor Veronica Root Martinez discusses her piece "The Diversity Paradox." This piece is a response to "Duty and Diversity" by Professor Chris Brummer and former Chief Justice and Chancellor of the State of Delaware Leo E. Strine Jr. You can read both these pieces, as well as other responses to Brummer and Strine's article in the Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc's roundtable.

    https://wp0.vanderbilt.edu/lawreview/2022/03/duty-and-diversity-roundtable/

    • 25 min
    Hot Topics in Intellectual Property Law: Featuring David Gindler and Jasper Tran of Milbank

    Hot Topics in Intellectual Property Law: Featuring David Gindler and Jasper Tran of Milbank

    Today we discuss hot topics in intellectual property law with two special guests. David Gindler is the head of Milbank's Intellectual Property Litigation and Licensing Group. Jasper Tran is an Intellectual Property Litigation associate at Milbank. Topics include biotechnology, Covid technology waivers, and patent subject matter eligibility. 

    David Gindler's Bio:
    https://www.milbank.com/en/professionals/david-i-gindler.html

    Jasper Tran's Bio:
    https://www.milbank.com/en/professionals/jasper-tran.html
     

    • 43 min
    Peyton Klein's "Underwater Mortgages for Underwater Homes: The Elimination of Signals in the Coastal Lending Market"

    Peyton Klein's "Underwater Mortgages for Underwater Homes: The Elimination of Signals in the Coastal Lending Market"

    Climate change is a generation defining problem that affects many disciplines and areas. Vanderbilt Law Review member Peyton Klein joins us to discuss his Note and climate change's impact on the coastal lending market.

    Peyton's Article can be found here or at this web address: 
    https://vanderbiltlawreview.org/lawreview/wp-content/uploads/sites/278/2021/10/Underwater-Mortgages-for-Underwater-Homes.pdf

    Have any comments or questions? Please email us at offthepage.vlr@vanderbilt.edu!

    • 21 min
    Darcy Covert’s “The Solicitor General’s Dominance of Amicus Oral Argument”

    Darcy Covert’s “The Solicitor General’s Dominance of Amicus Oral Argument”

    A "Tenth Justice" has been exercising an outsized influence on the U.S. Supreme Court for quite some time. Darcy Covert, coauthor of The Loudest Voice at the Supreme Court: The Solicitor General's Dominance of Amicus Oral Argument, discusses her Article about the Solicitor General in this month's episode.

    Darcy's Article can be found here or at this web address: https://vanderbiltlawreview.org/lawreview/2021/04/the-loudest-voice-at-the-supreme-court-the-solicitor-generals-dominance-of-amicus-oral-argument/
    The New York Times piece about Darcy's Article can be found here or at this web address: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/09/us/supreme-court-solicitor-general-amicus.html

    Have any comments or questions? Please email us at offthepage.vlr@vanderbilt.edu!

    • 45 min
    Cesare Fracassi and William Magnuson's "Data Autonomy"

    Cesare Fracassi and William Magnuson's "Data Autonomy"

    Professors Cesare Fracassi and William Magnuson are this month's guests on Off the Page. In this episode, they preview their Article that argues that an American dream of data privacy is actually quite misguided. Instead, Professors Fracassi and Magnuson argue that the most beneficial campaign is one that achieves data autonomy rather than data privacy, particularly in our financial sector.
     
    Professors Fracassi and Magnuson's Article can be found here or at this web address: https://vanderbiltlawreview.org/lawreview/2021/03/data-autonomy/
    Have any comments or questions? Please email us at offthepage.vlr@vanderbilt.edu!

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

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11 Ratings

11 Ratings

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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!

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