Case Western Reserve Law Review — Below the Line
By Case Western Reserve Law Review
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Below the Line is a series featuring legal scholarship that appears in the Case Western Reserve Law Review. Each podcast includes a summary of an article appearing in the current issue of the Case Western Reserve Law Review by its author, a brief interview of the author regarding the article, and commentary on the article provided by prominent legal scholars.
||Below the Line 63:4 — Peter Gerhart — Recognizing the Shared Ownership of Subsurface Resource Pools||Featuring Professor Peter Gerhart and his article "Recognizing the Shared Ownership of Subsurface Resource Pools" with commentary by Professor Katrina Wyman and Professor Lisa Underkoffler||6/20/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||Below the Line 63:3 — Lisa Milot — Illuminating Innumeracy||Featuring Professor Lisa Milot and her article "Illuminating Innumeracy" with commentary by Professor Paul Edelman and Professor Jay Wexler||4/8/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||Below the Line 63:2 — Carol Rice Andrews — Ethical Limits on Civil Litigation Advocacy: A Historical Perspective||Featuring Professor Carol Rice Andrews and her article "Civil Litigation Advocacy: A Historical Perspective" with commentary by Professor Monroe H. Freedman and Professor W. Bradley Wendel||1/7/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||Below the Line 63:1 — Clay Calvert — To Defer or Not to Defer? Deference and Its Differential Impact on First Amendment Rig||Featuring Professor Clay Calvert and his article To Defer or Not to Defer? Deference and Its Differential Impact on First Amendment Rights in the Roberts Court with commentary by Professor Mark Tushnet and Professor Steve Shiffrin||11/5/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Below the Line 62:4 — Daniel P. Tokaji — Baker, Bush, and Ballot Boards: The Federalization of Election Administration||Featuring Professor Dan Tokaji and his article Baker, Bush, and Ballot Boards: The Federalization of Election Administration with commentary by Professor Rick Hasen and Professor Brad Smith||10/1/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
Great new addition to the legal podosphere!
Thanks for the podcasts, and looking forward to more!
Informative podcast series with impressive big-name legal scholars. A great way to promote the Case Western Law Review.
Excellent discussions with top-notch legal scholars on cutting-edge issues.