Strict Scrutiny is a podcast about the United States Supreme Court and the legal culture that surrounds it. Hosted by three badass constitutional law professors-- Leah Litman, Kate Shaw, and Melissa Murray-- Strict Scrutiny provides in-depth, accessible, and irreverent analysis of the Supreme Court and its cases, culture, and personalities. Each week, Leah, Kate, and Melissa break down the latest headlines and biggest legal questions facing our country, emphasizing what it all means for our daily lives. Whether you’re a lawyer or law student, or you’re just here for the messy legal drama, Strict Scrutiny has you covered. New episodes out every Monday… plus bonuses whenever SCOTUS takes away another one of our rights.
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Being a Supreme Court podcast means we spend much of the year in dystopia. So just this once, let's look at the silver lining that is Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson. Amir Ali, executive director of the MacArthur Justice Center, joins Melissa, Kate, an... more
Juvaria Khan, founder of The Appellate Project, joins Melissa, Kate, and Leah to catch up on the fallout of the Supreme Court's affirmative action decision in June. Then, Melissa talks with Justice Goodwin Liu of Supreme Court of California and Mary ... more
We now know this Supreme Court was bought by right wing billionaires. We have seen the onslaught of radical and destructive decisions without basis in law. Two Trump Justices are there illegitimately and Clarence Thomas is overtly corrupt. So, how do we fight back? What kind of novel legal recourse do we have? A giant class action suit against Mitch McConnell by every person harmed by decisions made by this illegitimate MAGA Court?
They are shallow, materialistic girl bosses (phoney commercialized feminists ... Taylor Swift and Beyonce....? Shallow pop commercialism). I would not recommend this podcast to my daughter, friends, or enemies.
Good show but I have a very hard time with how fast and low pitch Kate Shaw’s voice is. I miss a lot of what she is saying. Just slow down Kate -you are not communicating well.
I love listening to the podcast, it’s interesting and informative. But sometimes I get so angry I have to stop before the end. Not your fault just the things the court does sometimes is infuriating! I know don’t get mad vote. Trust me I bet I haven’t missed a half dozen elections in the last 40 years, including local elections.
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Strict Scrutiny launched 4 years ago and published 255 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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