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Law Talk With Epstein, Yoo & Senik

By The Ricochet Audio Network

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Welcome to Law Talk with Richard Epstein and John Yoo. Our show is hosted by Troy Senik.  You can find all episodes, new and old, here.

Customer Reviews

An enlightening legal discourse

America is a nation of laws, and sometimes those laws can be confusing. Professors Epstein and Yoo do a fantastic job of raising precedent from the past, providing insight, and clarifying the meaning of the law as it relates to life and politics in modern America.

Funny and informative

Law Talk is a podcast hosted by Troy Senik with law professors Richard Epstein and John Yoo. I understand only about half of what Epstein says (who am I kidding: 1/4), but Senik keep a light touch, and usually manages to get his co-podcasters to explain the eccentricities of the law in ways that the layman can understand. (Well, 1/2 of the time, ish.) Yoo always sounds like he has a smile on his face as he talks. Anyone who may have a performed idea of Yoo from the Bush Administration will likely be surprised to hear from the man himself — He may not conform to stereotype! Overall, a very enjoyable podcast. It comes out roughly once every 4-6 weeks.

Epstein, Yoo & Senik Are Entertaining And Knowledgeable

Host Troy Senik has a genius for injecting wry humor into the discussion while seamlessly moving the discussion along. Richard Epstein is one of those rare individuals who speaks in paragraphs while remaining entertaining and interesting. John Yoo’s every-man jocularity and laugh-out-loud thought experiments make it easy to forget that his resume includes an appointment as the Deputy Assistant U.S. Attorney General. It’s a great podcast: both fun and educational.