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The Citizen's Guide to the Supreme Court

The Citizens Guide to the Supreme Court
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Brett and Nazim are two attorneys who hate being attorneys. Each week, they discuss current Supreme Court cases with the intent to make the law more accessible to the average person, while ruminating on what makes the law both frustrating and interesting. This podcast is not legal advice and is for entertainment purposes only. If anything you hear leads you to believe you need legal advice, please contact an attorney immediately

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Latest Episodes

This week's episode previews some of the cases that will be covered next term, including cases about Delaware, Voting Rights, the Chevron Doctrine, Andy Warhol, Native American Sovereignty, the Independent State Legislature Theory and Affirmative Act... more

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2 days ago

It's the end the term, so this week's episode ties up loose ends, which include: a mea culpa on cannon ownership (2:00); the plan so far for the Season Finale episode (5:00); discussion on Concepcion v. U.S. (how judge's should interpret the First St... more

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9 days ago

This week's episode covers three cases which discuss recent Supreme Court decisions on Native American Law and Tribal Sovereignty, including Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta (holding that State law has criminal jurisdiction on tribal land), Denezpi v. U.S (... more

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16 days ago

Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars from 220 ratings
  • Disappointing

    Tried to find a nonpartisan podcast on the constitution. All was well for 6 months until the latest episode which accuses Republican senators of questioning the recent Supreme Court appointee to specifically gain favorability with the Q anon crowd (with 0 evidence). Had a fan of the show. Just lost one. Disappointing.

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    ophir 9136
    United States4 months ago
  • These guys are great

    Randomly stumbled upon these guys and this is a surprisingly easy and fun listen. I have no law background and still love their law banter, and the non sequiturs, “NFL quarterbacks look like giant babies with diapers on.”

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    lah111
    United States8 months ago
  • Consistently amazing. Lawyers having fun, talking about important issues.

    Podcast Addict
    5
    jmadero
    8 months ago
  • Good

    I like the friendship between the two hosts, but it gets annoying hearing Brett interrupt Nazim constantly. Nazim has interesting points to make so let him talk more!

    Apple Podcasts
    3
    kaarno
    United States9 months ago
  • Smart yet entertaining!

    Love their banter and the way they break down these complex opinions for anyone to understand.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Laranotbarb
    United Statesa year ago

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