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New Books in Law

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  • A science 'grants researcher' as an interviewer on a legal podcast??

    Not sure why the NB Network has science/medical 'grant researchers' with a pointed conservative agenda doing legal/law interviews. There are a lot of JDs out there more qualified to parse legal & religious books. Not impressive.

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