This week, Alex and Ndidi are at the controls for a fascinating episode, including: an interview with NFL Tight End-turned law student, Colin Cloherty, a look at CVS's decision to stop selling cigarettes, the continuing coverage of the Woody Allend & Dylan Farrow controversy, and finally a sad and regrettable public relations fiasco at Philip Seymour Hoffman's funeral.
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Its Superbowl Sunday and Matt Ritter and Kevin Israel waste no time finding a related legal story. Apparently some entrepreneur had the bright idea to sell "party Packs" of hookers and cocaine. In Minnesota the FAA stops drones from delivering beer to ice fisherman and of course, Justin Bieber's plane gets searched for weed as citizens of the US push for his deportation.
Matt then interviews Phoenix lawyer/comic Bob Howard who joined us for our great show at Standup Live.
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This week, Matt Ritter and Joan Weisblatt discuss some funny legal stories. At the top of the list is the sad truth that law is rank as the 50th best profession, just below nail salon worker. We then discuss how Huckabee advocates against birth control and how Steven Hawkings is becoming an optiminst.
Matt then interviews Alex Gefter of the Vanderbilt Law SBA as a part of our new series of SBA interviews!
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This week Kevin Israel and Matt Ritter return from Vanderbilt Law school to discuss their recent show, then they hit up some topical law stories. Lawyers are ranked 4th highest in professions for suicide, Obama states that weed isnt any worse than booze, a little league coach sues his player for hitting him with a helmet and tearing his achilles.
Then Matt has a great interview with the CEO and founder of Casetext.com, Jake Heller. It's basically the wikipedia of legal research. Lookout, Westlaw and Lexis.
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This week Matt Ritter and Kevin Israel have a fun time discussing the hot water Governor Christie is in over the Ft. Lee bridge closure debacle. We debate whether it will sink him and make him become a high school football coach. We then tackle a couple of wacky legal stories, one a pimp who sued Nike for not warning him of the lethal nature of his kicks and a sadder story about a man who died from an Atomic wedgie! True Story!
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This week on the podcast, Matt and Alex countdown and comment upon the top legal stories of 2013, and Kevin provides his insights into New Year's Resolutions.
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This week Matt and Alex discuss some hot news issues: A PR executive who was fired for sending out a racist tweet before a trip to Africa, Canada's new laws allowing prostitution and a "Law school" that has a code of conduct against homosexuality.
Kevin brings his own segment about The Duck Dynasty Situation which Alex and Matt make a beard side bet on.
Jahnavi closes it out with an interview of lawyer/comedian Paul D'Angelo.
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This week, Matt and Alex are in the booth with a special look at the "affluenza" legal defense, which Kevin takes on again in his weekliy feature "Kevin vs. the Internet."
Then, the ladies of Comedians at Law have a roundtable discussion about the law and women's legal careers.
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This week Matt and Alex pay tribute to Nelson Mandela before touching on lighter subjects such as the Amazon plan to unleash delivery drones and Nicolette Sheridan's ongoing quest to get some more money out of ABC.
Jahnavi conducts a teriffic interview with Matthew Skinner, the Head of the NYC LGBT Bar Association.
Kevin rounds out the podcast with a rant about willing your fortune to pets.
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