The Modern Law Library


Author tells tangled tale of the $19B verdict against Chevron in ‘Law of the Jungle’ (podcast)

All is not as it seems for 9th Circuit clerk in ATL founder’s new novel (podcast)

How a series of attacks by a breakaway Amish sect became a landmark hate-crimes case (podcast)

Boies and Olson reveal the backstory of the case against California’s Proposition 8 (podcast)

Growing up during BTK serial-killing spree informed author’s new crime novel (podcast)

Why should 9/11 terrorism trials be held at ‘Mother Court’ in New York? Author explains (podcast)

How 50 children were saved from Nazi Germany by a Philadelphia lawyer and his wife (podcast)

This 18th-century British judge helped SCOTUS decide the fate of Guantanamo detainees (podcast)

‘Emergency Sasquatch Ordinance’ author shares weird-but-true laws from around the globe (podcast)

What makes lawyers great romance novelists? (gallery and podcast)

Note: We refer to all our interviewees by their pen names.

What martial arts training can do for lawyers (podcast)

What were the best legal novels of 2013? (podcast)

Unconventional childhood helps ‘Free Spirit’ author to advocate for domestic-abuse victims (podcast)

Once the ‘meanest lawyer in Houston,’ author shares story of love for his murdered brother (podcast)

Government surveillance revelations are having a chilling effect on lawyers, says author (podcast)

Rosa Parks’ attorney: ‘If the story would be told, I’d have to tell it’ (podcast)

Police use of SWAT tactics has gotten out of hand, says author (podcast)

When author Radley Balko was working as a policy analyst for the Cato Institute, he covered the Drug War as part of the civil liberties beat. And news articles kept…

Author on how ‘tremendously radical’ women blazed trails into the legal profession (podcast)

The life and lovers of legendary Hollywood lawyer (podcast)

‘Lawyer Bubble’ author discusses what the future looks like for today’s new lawyers

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