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All Too Common Law

By G. T. Blackwell

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All Too Common Law examines major items in the news with an eye toward the legal issues raised by the events on the ground. It also covers new developments in the law itself, particularly when those developments are important to the progressive and atheist communities.

Customer Reviews

Yes! Yes!

SO interesting. I'm stoked to have found a new show to enter into watch-every-episode category.

Considering how many shows I subscribe to, this category is disappointingly small. The Scathing Atheist (from which I found out about this show), Skeptoid, Cognitive Dissonance, Skeptics with a K, Exposing Pseudoastronomy, SGU, Radiolab, and This American Life. The vast majority on my subscription list are shows that are good, but are neither funny/entertaining enough nor provide a novel perspective or expertise on the issues commonly discussed within the community.

This show provides a legal perspective on these issues and the host has the credentials and expertise to do so. To be honest, I'm surprised no other skeptics/atheists with backgrounds in law had this idea before now.

Anyhow, the show is well researched and also well produced (this quality is missing FAR TOO OFTEN in newly created shows). The host has a great tempo and covers a lot of different topics, using enough legal jargon to be accurate but still can be understood by a decently-informed but non-expert listener. If only I discovered this two years from now I'd have a backlog of more than 4 episodes to satiate myself with.

Definitely want to give this a HUGE recommendation to people who are fans of the shows I listed above.

All Too Rare Quality

This cast is VERY well researched. The dude presents the legal issues in an accessible yet not overly dumbed down way. He sometimes gets sidetracked with liberal rants, but more than makes up for it with the quality of his legal analysis.

I give it 5 stars since it recently cracked my starting rotation along with EconTalk and Planet Money. Keep up the good work man.

Very well done

This is both an interesting and entertaining show. I greatly enjoyed Oliver's thrashing of How to Get Away blah blah blah DISBARRED! The introduction of a co-host should only make the show better (and hopefully make it more regular). Please keep doing what you're doing.

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