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The podcast, "Race and Regulation," focuses on the most fundamental responsibility of any society: ensuring equal justice, and dignity and respect, to all people. Listen as leading scholars uncover how government regulations across a wide range of areas—including voting rights, child welfare, banking, land use, and more—have contributed to racial inequities, as well as how regulatory changes could help build a more just society. The podcast features some of today’s foremost experts working o ...
 
Case in Point provides smart, informative conversations about the law, society, and culture. By bringing together top scholars with experts on politics, business, health, education, and science, Case in Point gives an in-depth look at how the law touches every part of our lives. Produced by the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.
 
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In this episode, Anita Allen, an internationally renowned expert on the philosophical dimensions of privacy and data protection law, reveals how race-neutral privacy laws in the U.S. have failed to address the unequal burdens faced online by Black Americans, whose personal data are used in racially discriminatory ways. Professor Allen articulates w…
 
Throughout American history, racial inequality and political inequality have gone hand-in-hand. Building a truly representative democracy today and in the future will depend on ending racial discrimination in voting. In this episode, election law expert Guy-Uriel Charles of Harvard Law School argues that voting cannot be made a universal and fundam…
 
Racial segregation in American cities is no accident. Building on research from her award-winning book, Segregation by Design, political scientist Jessica Trounstine of UC-Merced examines how local land use regulations aimed at protecting the property values of white homeowners have generated segregation across racial and class lines that persists …
 
For generations, regardless of which party has controlled the White House, Black leaders have been virtually absent across the federal government’s financial regulatory bodies—a state of affairs that has severely limited the representation of Black communities and their interests in financial policy decisions and reinforced the racial wealth gap in…
 
Drawing on her latest book, Torn Apart: How the Child Welfare System Destroys Black Families—And How Abolition Can Build a Safer World, law and sociology expert Dorothy Roberts examines the fundamental racism of the child welfare system, which she argues regulates families in ways that disproportionately and negatively affect people of color. She e…
 
Race and Regulation focuses on the most fundamental responsibility of any society: ensuring equal justice, and dignity and respect, to all people. The host is Cary Coglianese, the Director of the Penn Program on Regulation and a professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Send comments and/or questions to podcast@pennreg.org.…
 
The Penn Program on Regulation’s podcast, Race and Regulation, focuses on the most fundamental responsibility of any society: ensuring equal justice, and dignity and respect, to all people. Over the 10-episode podcast series, listen as leading scholars uncover how government regulations across a wide range of areas—including voting rights, child we…
 
Law School Professor Allison Hoffman and Dr. Norma Coe, PhD. from the Perelman School of Medicine, Leonard Davis Institute Senior Fellows, discuss their paper, "Long-Term Care Policy after Covid-19 — Solving the Nursing Home Crisis." The paper is co-authored with Dr. Rachel M. Werner from the Perelman School of Medicine.…
 
Professor Michael Murphy's report, "The Search for Clarity in Attorney's Duty to Google," discusses how judges have found lawyers to not do their diligence in doing research on the clear web. Professor Muphy joins us to discuss the growing importance of a basic web search in the 21st century.By Penn Law
 
Professor Michael Levy discusses the upcoming Supreme Court Case, Van Buren vs. United States. This is the first time that Court is reviewing the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, which will determine whether the law extends beyond hackers and unauthorized users of electronics systems to authorized users who access computer information for unauthorized…
 
General (Ret.) Joseph Votel and Professor Claire Finkelstein sit down on Case in Point to discuss the General's article for the Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law, "An apolitical military is essential to maintaining balance among American institutions."https://www.law.upenn.edu/live/news/10127-an-apolitical-military-is-essential-to-maintaining/n…
 
Penn Law Professor Regina Austin L'73 interviews the subjects of the documentary, "Blended Practices: Public Defenders, Innovative Social Services and Clients Struggling with Addiction." They discuss the challenges of providing services during the Covid-19 pandemic. The documentary was produced by Professor Austin's Documentaries and the Law projec…
 
Jeremiah Oteh L'20 sits down with Case in Point to discuss his new independently produced podcast, Penn Law Perspectives or Carey Conversations. On the podcast he sits down with his fellow classmates to reflect on their law school experience during the Covid-19 pandemic.By Penn Law
 
In this episode of the Case in Point podcast, Penn Law’s Kermit Roosevelt explains the legal underpinnings of birthright citizenship in the U.S. and evaluates threats to end the practice by executive order. For more information and for additional viewing/listening options, go to www.caseinpoint.org.Case in Point podcast provides smart, informative …
 
In this special edition of Case in Point, Penn Law’s Serena Mayeri describes the movement that led to Judge Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination, and where conservatives and progressives may go from here. For more information and for additional viewing/listening options, go to www.caseinpoint.org.By Penn Law
 
In this special installment of the Case in Point podcast, Professor Herb Hovenkamp comments on the FCC repealing net neutrality regulations. For more information and for additional viewing/listening options, go to www.caseinpoint.org.Case in Point podcast provides smart, informative conversations about the law, society, and culture. By bringing tog…
 
In this Case in Point podcast, Penn Law’s Allison Hoffman and Bloomberg Law’s Victoria Pelham dissect the current state the Affordable Care Act, state exchanges, and productive steps forward to improve the United States’ health insurance system. For more information and for additional viewing/listening options, go to www.caseinpoint.org.Case in Poi…
 
n this special installment of the Case in Point podcast,Cary Coglianese and Gabe Scheffler highlight findings from their recent study, “What Congress’s Repeal Efforts Can Teach Us About Regulatory Reform”. For more information and for additional viewing/listening options, go to www.caseinpoint.org.Case in Point podcast provides smart, informative c…
 
In this special installment of Case in Point, Prof. William Burke-White addresses the diplomatic, security, and legal implications of this major shift in U.S. Mideast policy. For more information and for additional viewing/listening options, go to www.caseinpoint.org.Case in Point podcast provides smart, informative conversations about the law, soc…
 
In this Case in Point podcast, Penn Law’s Herb Hovenkamp and Bloomberg Law’s Liz Crampton discuss antitrust policy, lessons learned from the past, and enforcement in the Trump Administration. For more information and for additional viewing/listening options, go to www.caseinpoint.org.Case in Point podcast provides smart, informative conversations a…
 
In this episode of Case in Point, Penn Law’s Heather Frattone and Bloomberg Law’s Casey Sullivan discuss a category of jobs for which bar passage is not required but for which a JD degree provides a distinct advantage.For more information and for additional viewing/listening options, go to www.caseinpoint.org.Case in Point podcast provides smart, i…
 
In this Case in Point podcast, Penn Law's Stephen Burbank and UC Berkeley's Sean Farhang discuss their new book Rights and Retrenchment: The Counterrevolution against Federal Litigation, which investigates the pushback against private enforcement. For more information and for additional viewing/listening options, go to www.caseinpoint.org.Case in P…
 
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