Here’s what we’re listening to this week.
Planet Lex: “The Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch, and the Nuclear Option”
Host Daniel Rodriguez talks to Carter Phillips, who has argued 75 cases before the Supreme Court, about the state of SCOTUS in 2017, including a discussion of the nomination of Neil Gorsuch and the consequences of the nuclear option.
ABA Journal—Asked and Answered: “How to Host a Networking Event Which Actually Brings in Business”
Stephanie Francis Ward of the ABA Journal talked with Alycia Sutor, the managing director at GrowthPlay, about how to develop a networking event that lawyers will actually want to attend and that doesn’t break the bank.
Stranglers: “Sisters in Death”
In the vein of Serial and In the Dark, Stranglers is a new-ish 12-part documentary podcast about the Boston Strangler murders in 1962 through 1964. Albert DeSalvo confessed and went to prison, but was never tried for the murders themselves. Fifty years on, questions remain about whether DeSalvo was really the killer and whether the police did everything they could to locate the killer and stop the murders.