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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Laurence Tribe. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Laurence Tribe, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Laurence Tribe. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Laurence Tribe, often where they are interviewed.

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Lawrence Lessig & Laurence Tribe

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Lawrence Lessig and Laurence Tribe are among the most important and influential legal minds of this or any era. Lessig, a pioneer in the field of cyber-law, is the Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership at Harvard Law School and founder of Equal Citizens, a non-profit focused on the cause of electoral reform. Tribe, the Carl M. Loeb University Professor Emeritus at Harvard, is arguably the preeminent constitutional scholar of his generation, has argued 35 cases before the US Supreme Court, and was a key member of Al Gore's legal team in the 2000 Florida recount. Heilemann invites the Legal Larrys, as he calls them, to discuss Donald Trump's attempts to overturn the results of the presidential election, how his efforts have revealed serious weaknesses in our democratic processes, and the increasingly urgent arguments for scrapping the Electoral College.

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Nov 24 2020 · 1hr 10mins
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Episode 178 Laurence Tribe

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Harvard legal scholar Laurence Tribe discusses the importance of the 9th Amendment
Sep 17 2020 · 31mins

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Ep. 29: Laurence Tribe

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Professor Laurence Tribe, legendary constitutional law scholar, joins Daniel for a special episode to discuss the new bi-partisan report from the Senate Intelligence Committee regarding Russia and the 2016 U.S. elections. They also explore Professor Tribe's passion for teaching and of course his taste in music.

Aug 19 2020 · 29mins
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Interview with Laurence Tribe

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Chris goes one on one with Laurence Tribe

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Dec 13 2019 · 40mins

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Laurence Tribe on impeachment: It’s about time we pay attention to constitution

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Ambassador William Taylor and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent painted a sobering portrait of a president using the power of his office to advance his personal political agenda by withholding aid from a foreign power. Laurence Tribe plays Hardball.

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Nov 15 2019 · 44mins
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Episode 134 Corey Brettschneider and Laurence Tribe

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Episode 134 Corey Brettschneider and Laurence Tribe by Byron Williams
May 06 2019 · 59mins
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Laurence Tribe on why the judiciary is "our last best hope"

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As a Harvard Law professor, Laurence Tribe, has taught people like former president Obama and Chief Justice John Roberts. So, as someone who would know, Tribe discusses President Trumps rocky relationship with the constitution.
Feb 07 2017 · 28mins
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Laurence Tribe on The Roberts Court and the Constitution

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The Supreme Court today is more influential than ever. From Citizens United to the rulings regarding Obamacare and gay marriage, privacy and free speech, the current Court, under Chief Justice John Roberts, has has had profound influence.   Yet it remains a mysterious institution. Like Churchill said of the former Soviet Union, it is often a riddle wrapped in an enigma, inside a mystery.The motivations of the nine men and women who serve for life are often obscure and the internal influences inside the court, are even less transparent. What is clear, is that the Roberts’ Court, now almost 10 years old, is developing a personality of its own, even while its individual members very often defy the stereotypical roles that the public often assigns to them. Trying to make sense of this monolithic and opaque  institution of men and woman and laws, is Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe in his book Uncertain Justice: The Roberts Court and the Constitution.My conversation with Laurence Tribe:
Jun 28 2014 · 26mins