Professor Elizabeth Joh teaches Intro to Constitutional Law and most of the time this is a pretty straight forward job. But when Trump came into office, everything changed. During the four years of the Trump presidency, Professor Joh would check Twitter five minutes before each class to find out what the 45th President had said and how it jibes with 200 years of the judicial branch interpreting and ruling on the Constitution. Acclaimed podcaster Roman Mars (99% Invisible) was so anxious about all the norms and laws being tested in the Trump era that he asked his neighbor, Elizabeth, to explain what was going on in the world from a Constitutional law perspective. Even after Trump left office, there is still so much for Roman to learn. What Roman Mars Can Learn About Con Law is a weekly, fun, casual Con Law 101 class that uses the tumultuous activities of the executive, legislative, and judicial branches to teach us all about the US Constitution. All music for the show comes from Doomtre... more
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Please please please hoping you’ll comment on Clarence Thomas, Justice Roberts’ letter to Congress, and the growing ‘stench’ as Justice Sotomayor put it. And for what it’s worth I love the weird bouncy intro music.
That’s all. Please keep doing more! 😍 So concisely informative, insightful, and clear. more
I too love this podcast! So educational. So interesting. I only wish that we had all listened to a podcast like this years ago so that we could have all understood how important the Supreme Court. Thanks Roman. Please do more.
I LOVE THIS PODCAST SO MUCH AND I WANT MORE THANK U FOR 73 EPISODE I SALUTE YOU ROMAN
@2:00: As is often the case, Prof. Joh seems to present a confused picture of the role of law by blurring the lines between (a) legislation and (b) common conceptualizations of morality. She often refers to common feelings that something is wrong (i.e., an intuitive sense of injustice) rather than referring to laws. Does she imagine courts are free-wheeling arbiters of morality? Many times, what she (like many uneducated people) casts as a bad judicial decision is better understood as a fail... more
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