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First Mondays

By Ian Samuel & Dan Epps

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First Mondays is an entertaining podcast about the Supreme Court, co-hosted by Ian Samuel and Dan Epps.

Customer Reviews

Drop Litman as a hostess

Leah Litman has a grating voice and speech pattern of lazy vowels that is insufferable to hear, made worse by her condescendingly hostile attitude to opposing views of the law and legal system.

Leah Litman makes me want to stop listening

Leah Litman is insufferable and I wish they’d stop having her cohost. It is not funny nor necessary to take credit every time you ever had an idea or thought - we get it, you know this stuff. If she becomes a permanent host I’m out.

Otherwise, it’s great. The main hosts are self-deprecating and have good chemistry. It’s definitely made for lawyers, but I like that since I am one. It does a great job of giving me an overview of most important cases on the docket so I can be aware of the few I need to deep dive for my practice.

Better than the Supreme Court itself

I am a Supreme Court nerd, to the point that I eagerly listen to all of the Supreme Court's oral arguments every week they come out. The only exception to this is that I will listen to First Mondays first, if it is available. In other words, it is the one and only Supreme Court podcast that is better than the Supreme Court itself.

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