In this episode, we sit down with Professors Aziz Huq, Tom Ginsburg and Lawrence Sager to discuss threats to constitutional democracy and how well America’s constitutional democracy might fare in the face of those threats.
In this episode, we sit down with Professor Colgan to discuss how the Eighth Amendment's prohibition against excessive fines and fees and the Sixth Amendment's Right to Counsel fail to protect vulnerable segments of the population.
In this episode, we sit down with Professor Eichensehr to discuss the ways in which governments, corporations and hackers navigate cybersecurity law and the surprising ways in which they collaborate to their mutual benefit.
In this episode, we sit down with UCLA immigration law Professor Hiroshi Motomura to talk about DACA's legal underpinnings as well as the Trump Administration's decision to do away with the Obama-era policy.
In this episode, we sit down with UCLA Law Professor and Immigration Scholar Hiroshi Motomura to talk about the presidential pardon of former Sheriff of Maricopa County, Joe Arpaio.
In the season premiere of Dialectic, we sit down with Professor K-Sue Park to discuss her recent New York Times op-ed on the ACLU’s decision to defend white supremacists. Professor Park is a Critical Race Studies Fellow at UCLA Law.
Muneeba, David, and Chris, the Volume 65 hosts of Dialectic, give a quick preview of what to expect this fall.
In this episode, we discuss Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. Tune in to hear our guest, UCLA Law Professor Adam Winkler, describe Judge Gorsuch's judicial philosophy and record. You'll also hear Professor Winkler explain what to expect during Judge Gorsuch's upcoming nomination process. The study we discuss in this interview is Estimating the Policy Preferences of Judge Neil M. Gorsuch by political scientists Ryan C. Black and Ryan J. Owens, covered by the Washington Post article.