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In Session is a podcast from University of the Pacific Law Review at the McGeorge School of law in Sacramento, California. Each year, the Law Review dedicates one issue of our journal to reviewing recently proposed and enacted legislation in both the California and Nevada State legislatures. That issue is called Greensheets. Why Greensheets? Well, because, historically, that issue was printed on green paper. Why green paper? Who knows, it's not important. What is important, is that this podcast is an extension of the Greensheets. In each episode of In Session, the current Chief Legislation Editor on the Law Review will sit down with a staff-writer whose article was selected for publication, and they will discuss the bill that staff-writer wrote about. They will explore, among other things, what prompted the bill, the competing arguments for and against the bill, and whether the bill will accomplish what it is supposed to. To learn more about the University of the Pacific Law Review, go to http://www.mcgeorge.edu/Publications/The_University_of_the_Pacific_Law_Review.htm.
||CleanUPLR: In Session 019 – AB 2943 Conversion Therapy||Devinn Larsen is here to tell us about AB 2943, which would have banned the practice of charging for providing sexual orientation change efforts (or conversion therapy).||10/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanUPLR: In Session 018 – SB 224 Sexual Harassment||Trisha Mannie tells us about SB 224. This bill modifies current sexual harassment law by, among other things, providing that certain higher positions of power can be held liable for sexual harassment.||10/9/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanUPLR: In Session 017 – AB 2780 Vocational Evaluators in Divorce Proceedings||Today we’re talking with Reymond Huang about AB 2780. This bill, now the current law in California, expands the educational requirements for vocational evaluators in divorce proceedings.||10/2/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanUPLR: In Session 016 – SB 923 Criminal Eyewitness Identification Procedures||Hayley Graves is here to tell us about SB 923, a bill that regulates criminal eyewitness identification procedures. Check it out and stay tuned for more great episodes!||9/25/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanUPLR: In Session 015 – AB 2551 Fire Prevention & Forest Management||Katie Young tells us about AB 2551, legislation that calls attention to our forest management policies and how they affect the frequency and severity of massive, out-of-control fires.||9/18/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanUPLR: In Session 014 – AB 931 Police Use of Force||Today on In Session, Molly Alcorn talks to us about AB 931, the bill that would have raised California’s standard for when it is acceptable for a police officer to use deadly force.||9/11/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanUPLR : In Session 013 – SB 822 Net Neutrality||Many states struck back against the FCC’s decision to roll back Obama-era net neutrality regulations with its “Restoring Internet Freedom Order” in 2017. In California, Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) introduced SB 822,||9/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanUPLR: In Session 012 – Season 1 Recap||Today on the podcast, Tyler recaps the bills In Session covered this year and provides updates on whether each bill ultimately became law. Thank you so much for following these blog posts and listening to our podcast this season.||12/1/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanUPLR: In Session 011 – AB 45 School Employee Housing||California currently faces a major public education crisis. Similar to the housing crisis, California’s teacher supply has failed to meet demand, resulting in severe teacher shortages throughout the state. Seventy-five percent of school districts are||11/17/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanUPLR: In Session 010 – SB 54 Law Enforcement||Calls for strengthened immigration laws and renewed enforcement of existing laws have raised questions about the interactions between local law enforcement agencies and federal authorities. In what has been referred to as the “highest-profile act of||11/10/2017||Free||View in iTunes|