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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Brett and Nazim are back to discuss the case of Students for Fair Admissions v. North Carolina/Harvard, in which the Supreme Court struck down affirmative action programs in school admissions. The Law starts at (8:20), and Nazim's sound is wonky for... more
Well hello there. Your boys are back to discuss the two lousy decisions of Biden v. Nebraska (holding the President cannot forgive student loan debt pursuant to the HEROES Act) and 303 Creative v. Elenis (holding that Colorado's Public Accomodations... more
This week's episode covers big opinions from the past few weeks, including Twitter v. Taamneh (whether social media is civilly liable for terrorism), Sackett v. EPA (how do different justices interpret the Clean Water Act), Pork Council v. Ross (does... more
Like the title, great podcast with two guys having fun and talking about the Supreme Court. more
Love this podcast! Not a lawyer and have no legal aspirations, however this podcast is so thoroughly enjoyable. I’ve been a listener for about four years or so and looking forward to more. I’ve learned a ton and laughed a lot too. Thanks dudes!
Randomly found this pod, I’ll share to my friends and followers. How fkg fun is it to listen to these two dudes taking law! 💙it!
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.
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.”
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The Citizen's Guide to the Supreme Court launched 9 years ago and published 416 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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