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The CAP·impact podcast is production of the blog, CAP·impact, and the Capital Center for Law & Policy at McGeorge School of Law. We're here to be your resource for better understanding and shaping law and policy.

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The CAP·impact podcast is production of the blog, CAP·impact, and the Capital Center for Law & Policy at McGeorge School of Law. We're here to be your resource for better understanding and shaping law and policy.

    Episode 66: Fracking laws and oil and gas regulations

    Episode 66: Fracking laws and oil and gas regulations

    Florida State University Law Professor and expert on laws surrounding fracking and oil & gas production, Hannah Wiseman, comes on the podcast to talk about the different levels of regulation states have on oil and gas production and where federal regulation could step up and improve.

    • 26 min
    BONUS POD! SCOTUS's June Medical Services Decision

    BONUS POD! SCOTUS's June Medical Services Decision

    Jon talks with Ederlina Co, Professor of Law at McGeorge School of Law, and Maggy Krell, General Counsel for Planned Parenthood Advocates of California, about the 5-4 SCOTUS decision in June Medical Services.

    • 20 min
    BONUS POD! Bostock, LGBTQ+ Rights, and Marriage Equality

    BONUS POD! Bostock, LGBTQ+ Rights, and Marriage Equality

    Yale Law Professor William Eskridge comes on the podcast to talk about the impact of the Bostock and Obergefell decisions from SCOTUS for LGBTQ+ persons living in the United States and his new book Marriage Equality: From Outlaws to In-Laws.

    • 29 min
    BONUS POD! SCOTUS DACA Decision

    BONUS POD! SCOTUS DACA Decision

    Blake Nordahl, a Professor of Law at McGeorge and the supervising attorney for McGeorge's Immigration Clinic, and Set Hernandez - a documentary filmmaker, media specialist with the California Immigrant Policy Center, and DACA recipient - talk about the legal, personal, and policy impacts of SCOTUS's DACA decision last week.

    • 29 min
    Episode 65: Political Brands with Ciara Torres-Spelliscy

    Episode 65: Political Brands with Ciara Torres-Spelliscy

    Stetson Law Professor Ciara Torres-Spellicsy comes on the podcast to talk about how SCOTUS is rebranding corruption and truth, how candidates brand themselves, and the most encouraging political rebranding of the 21st century.

    • 48 min
    Episode 64: What You Do and Don't Need to Fear in the COVID-19 Crisis

    Episode 64: What You Do and Don't Need to Fear in the COVID-19 Crisis

    Leah Fowler - Professor of Law and Research Director and the Health Law & Policy Institute at the University of Houston Law Center - joins the podcast to talk about potential privacy issues with app-based contact tracing, legal misinformation spreading online, and how the COVID-19 pandemic is changing the employee-employer relationship.

    • 37 min

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35 Ratings

35 Ratings

Upunder Gill ,

Episode 45

I found this podcast to be extremely informative and educational! The contrast between California’s and North Carolina’s voting laws and voting districts brought a new perspective to the table. There was a clear distinction between the liberal and conservative policy approaches and how the two various sets of policies impact voters from minority backgrounds. I would highly recommend this podcast to all interested in gaining more knowledge about the law and various perspectives of the law!

Professor j-dub ,

Episode 42

Jon did a great job introducing this pod. It’s a sensitive topic and he handled it well. There is always someone there: 800 273-TALK.
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Maman24 ,

Important subject matter and great host

Jon is an excellent and thoughtful host. The CAP Impact Podcast addresses important issues in a well balanced and forward looking manner. I look forward to listening more.

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