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#13: Poetry, Art, and the Law - Kristen Adams, Jase Madsen, & Taylor Simonds

Real Cases: A Legal Podcast

Release Date: 04/24/2023

#26: Climate Change, Environmental Law, and Public Access to Justice show art #26: Climate Change, Environmental Law, and Public Access to Justice

Real Cases: A Legal Podcast

Florida isn’t just on the front line for climate change in America – it’s also a testing ground for new legal questions about how to deal with its consequences. In the latest episode of Real Cases, we speak with Assistant Professor Jaclyn Lopez, Director of the Jacobs Public Interest Law Clinic for Democracy and the Environment. We discuss public access to environmental justice, new legal problems raised by increased flooding, and the role the Jacobs Law Clinic is playing in fighting to extend federal Endangered Species Act protection to the ghost orchid, a rare and famous flower unique...

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#25: History, the Law, and Constitutional Consciousness show art #25: History, the Law, and Constitutional Consciousness

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How did free African Americans before the Civil War regard the Constitution, freedom, and citizenship in a republic that excluded them from political participation? In the latest episode of Real Cases, we sit down with Stetson Professor James Fox to discuss the fuzzy boundaries between history and legal scholarship, different varieties of originalism on today’s Supreme Court, and how greater racial diversity in the academy advances new ways of understanding the past.

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#24: Stetson in the Tampa Bay Community show art #24: Stetson in the Tampa Bay Community

Real Cases: A Legal Podcast

What’s life like for young legal professionals in Tampa Bay? On this month’s episode of Real Cases, we talk to three Stetson Law alums with prominent positions at law firms in the greater Tampa Bay community: Ciara Willis J.D. 16, a Partner at Bush Ross, P.A. who practices community association law, Matthew Ceriale J.D. ‘19, an Associate Attorney at Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, L.L.P. who practices civil litigation, and Danielle Weaver-Rogers J.D. ‘13, Senior Corporate Counsel for Labor and Employment at Qualfon Data Service Group, L.L.C., who works in employment law. They talk about...

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#23: AI and Intellectual Property Law show art #23: AI and Intellectual Property Law

Real Cases: A Legal Podcast

By scrubbing the internet for information that it recombines into new texts and images, generative AI has launched a host of new questions about intellectual property law and liability. For instance, who’s responsible if an AI infringes upon your intellectual property? The company that made it? The company that used it? The AI itself? We discuss these questions and more in the latest episode of Real Cases with Professor Darryl C. Wilson, Stetson Law’s Associate Dean for Strategy & Operations.   

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#22: Space Law and Cyber Law show art #22: Space Law and Cyber Law

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What nation has jurisdiction if an astronaut commits a crime in space? Who owns the right to mine asteroids? How do countries co-manage the physical infrastructure of the internet – on earth and in orbit? On this month’s episode of Real Cases, Stetson Law Professor Roy Balleste discusses the complex web of maritime precedents and international agreements that govern space exploration. He explains why the final frontier holds a host of new ethical, technological, and legal questions that law scholars have only just begun to contemplate.  

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#21: AI, Law, and Legal Education show art #21: AI, Law, and Legal Education

Real Cases: A Legal Podcast

Are AI tools like ChatGPT reshaping the landscape of law and legal education? Or are they just another form of information technology that lawyers and students can harness with a properly critical approach? In this episode, Stetson professors Catherine Cameron and Kelly Feeley discuss the limits of AI tools and online databases, the persistent importance of legal interpretation and analysis, and the unexpected ways new technologies can replicate structural biases.  

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#20: Social Justice Advocacy show art #20: Social Justice Advocacy

Real Cases: A Legal Podcast

In this episode, Professors Judith Scully and Kristen Adams join us to discuss Stetson Law’s Social Justice Advocacy concentration. They discuss how law students can build their portfolios, how students can learn to advocate for themselves, and how lawyers around the country work for what they believe in without sacrificing their own well-being.  

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#19: LGBTQIA+ Law Students and the Lambda Legal Society at Stetson show art #19: LGBTQIA+ Law Students and the Lambda Legal Society at Stetson

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In this episode, we’re joined by Professor Joseph Morrissey and Stetson alum Nathan Bruemmer to discuss the role of advocacy and organizing in law school and beyond, the National LGBTQ+ Bar Association’s Lavender Law Career Fair, and what schools like Stetson are doing to make queer students and their allies feel welcome in the legal profession.  

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#18: Studying Away from Home: Out-of-State Students at Stetson show art #18: Studying Away from Home: Out-of-State Students at Stetson

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In this episode, we’re joined by Lamine Gueye and Sara Fultz, two rising 3L students at Stetson who originally hail from New York and Virginia. They share their thoughts about the Tampa Bay area, what drew them to Stetson, and what it’s like going to law school after spending some years working after college.  

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#17: Disability, Law, and Legal Education at Stetson show art #17: Disability, Law, and Legal Education at Stetson

Real Cases: A Legal Podcast

Over one out of four adults in the U.S. has some type of disability. In this episode we’re joined by Kathryn Pelham, Stetson Law’s Associate Director of Accessibility Resources & ADA Coordinator, to discuss how Stetson and other law schools are accommodating a growing number of students with conditions that impact their access to education. She discusses her philosophy behind equitable accommodations in law school curricula, the challenges of reaching for universal accessibility, and the importance of advocating for yourself.

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In this episode, Stetson Law Professor Kristen Adams and her students Jase Maden and Taylor Simonds discuss the intersections between literature, performance, and legal scholarship they explored in Adams’ course, “The Law as Reflected through Poetry.”