The law is alive. It doesn’t live in books and words. It lives in how well we understand and apply the law to our lives. We ask questions, find answers and publish what we discover in sound-rich episodes and live storytelling.
Recreational pot has earned the state of Colorado $53 million dollars in tax revenue. All on a drug that, according to federal law,
is still illegal. How does a marijuana business navigate all the uncertainty? Find out this week, on Life of the Law. Read More
Exotic dancers, on-call drivers and writers might have a different name for what they do -- freelancing, part-time work and independent contracting -- but it all means the same thing. Work that doesn’t start at 9 and end at 5. And sure, it has its perks but do 1099 workers have protections? Read More
A triple murder, a habitual liar on a stolen motorcycle and a confession that doesn’t add up.
Why would anyone confess to a crime they didn’t commit? On Life of the Law, the story of a man
dying of cancer on Texas’s Death Row who confessed to a crime he says he didn’t do. Read More
A midwife cares for a pregnant woman before, during, and after they give birth. By developing relationships with their clients, midwives say they can help each women determine how and where they want to give... Read More