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11 Podcast Episodes

Latest 1 May 2021 | Updated Daily

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21 March 2020, Traditional Worship Service, "Lent; Prophecy Fulfilled, Week 5", Todd Henderson

Cullman First United Methodist Church, Cullman, Alabama

Lenten Series - Week 5

23mins

29 Mar 2020

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15 March 2020, Traditional Worship Service, "Lent; Prophecy Fulfilled, Week 4", Todd Henderson

Cullman First United Methodist Church, Cullman, Alabama

Lenten Series – Scripture:  2 Chronicles 34: 1-3; 8; 14; 18-21; 29-33 

37mins

15 Mar 2020

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01 March 2020, Traditional Worship Service, "Lent; Prophecy Fulfilled, Week 2", Todd Henderson

Cullman First United Methodist Church, Cullman, Alabama

Lenten Series – Scripture:  Psalms 51:1-19; 139:1-3

24mins

2 Mar 2020

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M. Todd Henderson, "The Trust Revolution: How the Digitization of Trust Will Revolutionize..."

The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Podcast

"The Trust Revolution: How the Digitization of Trust Will Revolutionize Business & Government"In this CBI, Professor Henderson will examine how Internet platforms--eBay, Uber, AirBnB--relate to the Code of Hammurabi, Medieval guilds, the New York Stock Exchange, and corporate brands. All of these institutions, along with religions and governments and families, are in large part about providing trust to enable human cooperation. By undertaking a genealogy of trust, we can illuminate modern debates about the role and scope of government in regulating the daily lives of citizens.M. Todd Henderson is the Michael J. Marks Professor of Law. This Chicago's Best Ideas talk was presented on January 27, 2020.

1hr 4mins

5 Feb 2020

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Non-Compliant Podcast Episode 3: The One Where Todd Henderson Argues that Tech Companies are Ushering In a New Era of Trust and Cooperation

Non-Compliant Podcast

In Episode 3, we take a break from the law and sit down with author Todd Henderson to discuss his new book, The Trust Revolution: How the Digitization of Trust Will Revolutionize Business and Government (https://www.amazon.com/Trust-Revolution-Digitization-Revolutionize-Government/dp/1108714196). Henderson argues that with the advent of companies like Lyft, AirBnB, and others fueling the “sharing economy,” we are in the middle of a new era in trust and cooperation that promises to forever change the world. After all, ten years ago no one would have thought to rent a random person’s house in a foreign country, use another person's car to travel while there, and drop off her dog for the week at yet another stranger’s pet-sitting service. Henderson argues that individual reviewers serve as “micro-regulators” giving us faith that the service or product we are getting will be safe and useful. None of this goes down too easy for Jay, who has spent the last two decades taking on BigTech and does not view it as the paradigm of trustworthiness. But, one thing that Jay is forced to concede is that Henderson’s newest book made him rethink how he views the world.

45mins

7 Jan 2020

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Talking Tourism Episode #24 - The importance of good design in tourism developments - Todd Henderson

Talking Tourism

36mins

10 Dec 2019

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19 May 2019 - Sanctuary - Todd Henderson - Love Series

Cullman First United Methodist Church, Cullman, Alabama

19 May 2019 - Sanctuary - Todd Henderson 

26mins

22 May 2019

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MOTHERS DAY -- 12 May 2019 - Sanctuary - Todd Henderson - Living Week 4: "Listen To Me" - John 10:22-30

Cullman First United Methodist Church, Cullman, Alabama

Mothers Day Service - Traditional Worship 

31mins

12 May 2019

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Hearing Hall - Todd Henderson - Listen To Him - 24 March 2019

Cullman First United Methodist Church, Cullman, Alabama

Cullman First United Methodist ChurchListen to Him - Lenten Sermon Series - #4 - "The Welcoming Father" 

32mins

26 Mar 2019

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M. Todd Henderson, "Lawyer CEOs"

The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Podcast

Does legal education matter? In this lecture, Professor Todd Henderson presents some data on this question, using the behavior of corporate executives as an instrument. Looking at the 10% of large, public company CEOs who are lawyers, the talk tries to determine whether CEOs trained as lawyers act differently than CEOs trained in other ways. Do lawyer CEO firms get sued more or less or the same as other firms? Do they manage litigation differently? And, if they do, what is the impact on the bottom line? There is a burgeoning literature on how personal characteristics, from physical traits to birth order to education, impact CEO decision making. The lecture discusses this literature as well, and situates legal education in it.This Loop Luncheon talk was presented on May 4, 2018.Download the slides (PDF): https://www.law.uchicago.edu/files/2018-05/loop_luncheon_2018_slides.pdf

1hr 1min

30 May 2018

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