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Welcome to the official podcast channel of the University of Minnesota Law School.

    LawTalk Ep. 42 - What's in the Works? Developments from the Frontlines of American Labor Law

    LawTalk Ep. 42 - What's in the Works? Developments from the Frontlines of American Labor Law

    This episode, What's in the Works? Developments from the Frontlines of American Labor Law, features Professors Charlotte Garden and Matthew Bodie as they discuss the growth of the US labor movement in the last few years and what that means for American workers, unions, and employers.

    This event was recorded on April 15, 2024, as part of Minnesota Law’s 2024 Spring Alumni Week. You can watch this episode on the Minnesota Law YouTube channel. (https://youtu.be/YavEmbXCkbo)

    A transcript of this episode is available here: z.umn.edu/Ep42Transcript

    Learn more about the University of Minnesota Law School by visiting law.umn.edu

    • 1 hr 2 min
    LawTalk Ep. 41 -The Case for Crisis Communication: What Lawyers Need to Know

    LawTalk Ep. 41 -The Case for Crisis Communication: What Lawyers Need to Know

    Welcome to LawTalk, a podcast series produced by the University of Minnesota Law School featuring events, webinars, and panel discussions about diverse topics at the intersection of law, policy, and education.

    This episode, The Case for Crisis Communication: What Lawyers Need to Know - features a conversation about why today’s lawyers need crisis communications skills and practical tips and tools on how to build this skill.

    Prof. David Cleveland moderates a Minnesota Law alumni panel featuring:


    Chris Schmitter [‘13] who is Chief of Staff at the Office of Governor Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan

    and

    Stacy Bettison [’99] who is the Owner and President of BETTISON, a public relations and legal defense firm

    This event was recorded on April 17, 2024 as part of Minnesota Law’s Spring Alumni Week 2024. You can watch this episode on the Minnesota Law YouTube channel. (https://youtu.be/rW20Him8Ev4)

    Subscribe to the Minnesota Law podcast feed on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, SoundCloud or via your preferred podcast application by searching ‘University of Minnesota Law School’, for more LawTalk episodes, as well as other podcast content produced by Minnesota Law.

    A transcript of this episode is available here: https://z.umn.edu/Ep41Transcript

    Learn more about the University of Minnesota Law School by visiting https://law.umn.edu

    • 1 hr 1 min
    LawTalk Bonus: Minnesota Supreme Court Q&A 2024

    LawTalk Bonus: Minnesota Supreme Court Q&A 2024

    On this bonus episode, Minnesota Supreme Court Q&A 2024, Minnesota Law annually hosts a Minnesota Supreme Court oral argument with the 1L class in attendance. Following the hearing, Minnesota Law students posed questions to the members of the Minnesota Supreme Court, gaining insights into serving on the highest bench of the state. This LawTalk bonus episode will highlight that Q&A.

    This event was recorded on April 10, 2024.

    Subscribe to the Minnesota Law podcast feed on Apple Podcast, Spotify, SoundCloud or via your preferred podcast application by searching ‘University of Minnesota Law School’, for more LawTalk episodes, as well as other podcast content produced by Minnesota Law.

    A transcript of this episode is available here: https://z.umn.edu/LawTalkBonusMNSupreme2024

    Learn more about the University of Minnesota Law School by visiting law.umn.edu

    • 21 min
    LawTalk Ep. 40 - Your Face Belongs to Us

    LawTalk Ep. 40 - Your Face Belongs to Us

    This episode, Your Face Belongs to Us: A Book Talk with Kashmir Hill, features a discussion with New York Times tech reporter Kashmir Hill about her book Your Face Belongs to Us: A Secretive Startup’s Quest to End Privacy As We Know It.

    Interim Dean Bill McGeveran facilitates the conversation with Kashmir Hill about how the AI company central to Hill’s book provided facial recognition technology to law enforcement, billionaires and businesses, and the legal ramifications of ending privacy.

    This event was recorded on March 26, 2024. You can watch this episode on the Minnesota Law YouTube channel. (https://youtu.be/wptOXZ21CBc)

    Subscribe to the Minnesota Law podcast feed on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, SoundCloud or via your preferred podcast application by searching ‘University of Minnesota Law School’, for more LawTalk episodes, as well as other podcast content produced by Minnesota Law.

    A transcript of this episode is available here: z.umn.edu/Ep40Transcript

    Learn more about the University of Minnesota Law School by visiting law.umn.edu

    • 53 min
    LawTalk Ep. 39 - Proposed Guidelines for Arbitral Disclosure of Social Media Activity

    LawTalk Ep. 39 - Proposed Guidelines for Arbitral Disclosure of Social Media Activity

    This episode, Proposed Guidelines for Arbitral Disclosure of Social Media Activity looks at the existing conflict-of-interest disclosure laws and regulations, as well as research on social media categorization and usage, to propose the first comprehensive set of guidelines for the disclosure of arbitral social media activity.

    This event is part of the The J. Stewart and Mario Thomas McClendon Professor in Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution Appointment Lecture featuring Assistant Dean of Experiential Education Mitchell E. Zamoff.

    This event was recorded on February 27, 2024. You can watch this episode on the Minnesota Law YouTube channel. (https://youtu.be/-lrFjM1vd4o?si=tO35coWXLQiNL5Ce)

    You can find a direct link to the article, Proposed Guidelines for Arbitral Disclosure of Social Media Activity in the show notes. (https://z.umn.edu/ZamoffArticle)

    A transcript of this episode is available here: z.umn.edu/Ep39Transcript

    Learn more about the University of Minnesota Law School by visiting law.umn.edu

    • 56 min
    LawTalk Ep. 38 - 9th Annual MLK Convocation

    LawTalk Ep. 38 - 9th Annual MLK Convocation

    This episode,The 9th Annual MLK Convocation - Dr. King and the Long Arc Toward Reproductive Freedom and Justice, features a conversation between Professor Michele Bratcher Goodwin with Assistant Dean of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Ra’Shya Ghee ’13 on the topic of Dr. King’s 1966 Planned Parenthood award acceptance speech titled Family Planning - A Special and Urgent Concern

    Professor Michele Bratcher Goodwin is the Linda D. & Timothy J. O’Neill Professor of Constitutional Law and Global Health Policy and the co-faculty director of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown Law.

    You can find a direct link to the acceptance speech in the show notes.
    (https://z.umn.edu/MLKAcceptanceSpeech)

    This event was recorded on February 29, 2024. You can watch this episode on the Minnesota Law YouTube channel. (https://youtu.be/UqGgNkyJN6M?si=6LSfumxW0LQVBcpq)

    A transcript of this episode is available here: z.umn.edu/Ep38Transcript

    Learn more about the University of Minnesota Law School by visiting law.umn.edu

    • 54 min

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