Penn Law’s video podcasts provide smart, informative conversations about the law, society, and culture. By bringing together top legal scholars with experts on politics, business, health, education, and science, the podcasts produced by the Law School give an in-depth look at how the law touches every part of our lives.

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Submissions from 2018

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Understanding U.S. Immigration Policy and Trump’s Family-Separation Executive Order, Sarah Paoletti and Serena Mayeri

Submissions from 2017

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Neil Gorsuch and beyond: Trump’s Supreme Court picks, Stephanos Bibas and Kimberly Robinson

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How SCOTUS has diminished private enforcement of federal rights, Stephen B. Burbank and Sean Farhang

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President Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital (audio), William W. Burke-White

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What Congress’ repeal efforts reveal about federal regulatory reform (audio), Cary Coglianese and Gabriel Scheffler

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What’s next for climate policy and environmental regulation?, Cary Coglianese and Dean Scott

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“Shadow 401(k)s” in response to retirement crisis, Deepa Das Acevedo

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Is Obamacare on life support?, Allison K. Hoffman and Victoria Pelham

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Breaking: FCC rolls back net neutrality regulations (audio), Herbert J. Hovenkamp

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Antitrust looms large in Trump administration, Herbert J. Hovenkamp and Liz Crampton

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Understanding mass killings in Las Vegas and beyond, Stephen J. Morse

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Parsing President Trump’s executive orders on immigration, Sarah Paoletti and Laura Francis

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A New Era for Civil Rights Reform?, David Rudovsky

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Uncharted territory for U.S. patent law, R. Polk Wagner and Tony Dutra

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What does the FCC rollback of privacy rules actually mean?, Christopher S. Yoo and Kyle Daly

Submissions from 2016

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The Principles and Problems of Copyright Law, Shyamkrishna Balganesh

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The Jurisprudence of Sports, Mitchell N. Berman

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A New Reality for US-China Trade?, William W. Burke-White and Jerome Ashton

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The Changing International Economic Order, William W. Burke-White and Christopher Brummer

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Challenges to Rule of Law and Gender Equality Globally, Rangita de Silva de Alwis and Indira Jaising

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Public Perceptions of Regulatory Costs, Adam M. Finkel

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How Can Economics Be Applied to Criminal Justice Reform?, Paul Heaton

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What SCOTUS’ Wynne Decision Means for Taxpayers and States, Michael S. Knoll

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A Case for Reparations, Barbara Lee

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The State of the American Workplace, Sophia Z. Lee