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Oral Argument

By Joe Miller and Christian Turner

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A podcast about law, law school, legal theory, and other nerdy things that interest us.

Customer Reviews

Love Evesdropping on Smart Conversation!

Thoroughly enjoyable for those interested in legal topics. Listening to these podcasts is like evesdropping on conversations among really smart people, but without any of the guilt that normally accompanies evesdropping. Thanks for that! The only thing that would make it better would be a photo of the participants in the recording studio - be sure to include in the picture the elusive Darcy (does she really exist?).

Provocative legal discussion (and it's very entertaining)

Greatly enjoyed these first two podcasts and I'm not a lawyer or law student. Thoughtful and well-developed insights presented in a very entertaining and humorous way. Look forward to more (Can we get more Darcy?) Keep up the great job, Joe and Christian!

The Supreme Court should Adopt this style of oral argument

First thing I'd like to note is that I know the outlier reviewer. The second thing is I've diagnosed him with a.d.d. I think his brief opinion is a multilayered example of that. So we can discard it and keep the perfect score. When people want fair and balanced coverage of constitutional issues, they should come here. Darcy explains it like it is. I was a little disappointed with the last episode because Darcy didn't get to make her opinion known. Perhaps a symbolic moment of silence on her part. I also want more Breyer hypotheticals. More banter. And longer podcasts. I think this could go big. You guys could get maybe 30 viewers by the end of next semester.

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