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Supreme Myths

Eric Segall
GovernmentEducation

A podcast featuring the Supreme Court and Supreme Court cases. Hosted by Georgia State College of Law professor Eric Segall.

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Latest Episodes

Professor Sarah Haan stops by Supreme Myths to talk about the intersection of corporate and constitutional law and to lament the utter lack of good faith the Court brings to the table on these issue. We also discuss proposed SEC disclosure requiremen... more

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8 days ago

Law Professor David Cohen stops by Supreme Myths to discuss the future of abortion in this country after Dobbs. Spoiler alert: it’s total chaos.

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16 days ago

Professor Kent Greenfield stops by Supreme Myths to talk about the Court and religion, the Court and corporations, free speech, and the great Justice Souter.

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a month ago

Reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars from 67 ratings
  • Great Podcast!

    An extraordinary and and very educational podcast for lawyers and non-lawyers alike!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    rhen356
    United Statesa month ago
  • Law for the dumb

    If you find yourself reading judgements or have deeper then passing interest in the law and or government this podcast is for you.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    rosebudd29
    United States2 months ago
  • Challenging Assumptions is Good

    In modern times, it is essential to understand the structural issues that have caused our democratic society to look more and more undemocratic. Prof. Segall examines those structural issues through the lens of the Supreme Court, an institution too often lauded and praised for its apolitical nature when in reality it is anything but.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Danny 2 Phones
    United States4 months ago
  • Abolish the Court

    i find this podcast to be more than adequate

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Young Democrats of Georgia
    United States9 months ago
  • Great stuff!

    So glad Professor Segall started this podcast!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    jdig
    United States10 months ago

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