Law To Fact
Summary: Law to Fact began as a study tool for a Law School Professor's students. Today, it has grown into the go to place for all things law. Application tips, study strategies, and career advice: all packed into one podcast. Law to Fact is hosted by Professor Leslie Garfield Tenzer of Pace University's Elisabeth Haub School of Law.
A discussion of Karl Coplan's new book, Live Sustainably Now.
Three writing expert writing instructors share their advice and key strategies to assure success on the appellate brief
In this episode...I speak with Sarah Morath, Clinical Associate Professor, Director of Lawyering Skills and strategies at The University of Houston Law Center, about drafting a scholarly article. Most law schools have an upper-level writing requirement...
The Four Privacy Torts
Professor Victor Flatt discusses Professional Responsibility and Environmental Law
Judge Lisa Margaret Smith and Professor Michael Mushlin discuss experiential learning in Civil Procedure Class.
In this episode… Ryan Williams, of Mitchell Hamline School of Law and a member of the Kaplan Bar Prep faculty, explains subject matter jurisdiction. About our guest…Professor Williams is a Yale University and Georgetown Law graduate, specializing in Ci...
In this episode… Today’s episode is a viewer request. I was asked to create a podcast on summary judgment and went right to the expert, Ryan Williams, of Mitchell Hamline School of Law and a member of the Kaplan Bar Prep faculty. In this episode, he c...
2L Kayla Molina talks about enjoying the process of law school
In this episode attorney Gordon Firemark talks about practicing Entertainment Law.
Professor Allen Rostron explains the boundaries of the First Amendment as it relates to freedom of speech.
Michael Morley on Election Law
Professor Ann Lipton explains how to evaluate whether a [financial product] is a security and therefore subject to securities law regulations
Pamela Davidson, Esq., Director of Legal Recruitment with Special Counsel, discusses her book, 100 Days to Your Next Job for Law Students and New JDs
Professor Marjorie Kornhauser gives her top reasons why every student should take a tax class while in law school.