At Life of the Law, we’re going to shake things up a bit so our team can jump into the national conversation that’s taking place about the law. We’re going to ask questions and hopefully get some answers, or at least begin to look for answers.
Each month we’ll present an investigative report, and two weeks later our team of journalists, scholars, producers, and guests will meet up in the studios of KQED in San Francisco to talk about our investigations and all things law.
We want to welcome you to join us for In Studio and we encourage you to write to us at Life of the Law with your stories and questions about the law.
This month our In Studio team is:
- Brittny Bottorff Attorney and Chair, LOTL Advisory Board
- Tony Gannon LOTL Senior Producer
- Nancy Mullane LOTL Exec Producer and Host
- Osagie Obasogie Scholar and LOTL Advisory Board Member
- Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington v. Donald J. Trump
Top Legal, Ethics Scholars File First Major Lawsuit Against Trump
Foreign Payments to Trump Firms Violate Constitution, Suit Will Claim
Bid for Access to Amazon Echo Audio in Murder Case Raises Privacy Concerns
Republican Lawmakers in Five States Propose Bills to Criminalize Peaceful Protest
Life of the Law In Studio: Knowledge in a Post-Fact Era was produced by Nancy Mullane, Life of the Law’s Executive Producer, and our Senior Producer, Tony Gannon. Our Post Production Editors are Kirsten Jusewicz-Haidle and Rachael Cain.
We want to thank our Advisory Board Members, Brittny Bottorff and Osagie Obasogie for joining us In Studio, and Nathalie Konen for her production support.
Our engineers were Katie McMurran and Howard Gelman of KQED Radio in San Francisco.
This episode of Life of the Law was funded in part by grants from the Open Society Foundations, the Law and Society Association, and the National Science Foundation.
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