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The D.C. Bar Communities Podcast Network is produced by the D.C. Bar Communities Office and currently includes three channels:
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D.C. Bar Law Student Community Podcast: Let's Brief It
#freeBritney: Conservatorships Best Interest vs Due Process
Sienna and Kirsten discuss conservatorships in the context of the "Free Britney Spears" Movement with Richard Caldwell, Esq. from the D.C. Bar Estates, Trusts & Probate Law Community. Want...
The Tea on International Arbitration: "Consent is the Cornerstone"
Sienna and Kirsten sit down with Gaela Gehring Flores, Esq., D.C. Bar International Law Community leader and co-host of the podcast The Tea on International Arbitration. Topics discussed include the...
Pet Custody: Pup-Nups, Cat-Support, and Mediation
Renata and Elena talk to D.C. Bar Family Law Community member Samantha Kravitz, Esq. about what happens to the family pet in the event of a divorce or separation. They learn about various options to...
Indian Law: Getting to the Heart of Inherent Tribal Sovereignty
Sienna and Kirsten talk to Sarah Crawford, Esq. about Indian and Native American Law. Topics discussed include the McGirt v Oklahoma Supreme Court decision, the Violence Against Women Act, and the Tribal...
Tort Law: Medical Malpractice
Renata and Elena talk about medical malpractice suits, access to care, and COVID-19 with D.C. Bar Tort Law Community leader Craig Brodsky, Esq. Want to get ahead of the pack? Joining the D.C. Bar...
D.C. Bar Communities Podcast:
The Life Cycle of an Art Work
Donyale Reavis, Esq. from the D.C. Bar Arts, Entertainment, Media and Sports Law Community joins Communities Program Attorney Federico Barillas-Schwank to discuss the lifecycle of an art work. Donyale...
What Are Public Lands, and Why Should I Care?
Haninah Levine, a public lands attorney and a former member of the D.C. Bar’s Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Steering Committee, discusses public lands with Communities Program Attorney...
Discussion with Chai Feldblum on the SCOTUS Bostock Decision
Michelle Bercovici, Esq. of the D.C. Bar Labor and Employment Law Community and Chai R. Feldblum, Esq., former commissioner of the EEOC, discuss the Supreme Court's decision in Bostock v. Clayton County...
Race-Based Hair Discrimination in the Workplace
D.C. Bar Communities Staff Attorney Brittany Sims Nwankwoala speaks with employee rights advocate Sacred Huff, Esq about race-based hair discrimination and the current and pending legislation prohibiting...
Security Issues in Higher Education
D.C. Bar Communities Program Attorney Federico Barillas Schwank discusses how the pandemic has affected higher education with Mary Ann McGrail, Esq. Mary Ann explains cybersecurity issues with remote...
D.C. Bar International Law Community Podcast:
The Tea on International Arbitration
The Tea on Damages, Part 2: Damages Experts Isabel Kunsman, Rebecca Vélez, & Yelena Aleksandrovich
Part 2 of 2. International arbitration damages experts Isabel Kunsman, Rebecca Vélez, and Yelena Aleksandrovich sit down for another round with Gaela and Nicole to discuss all things quantum. In Part...
The Tea on Damages, Part 1: Damages Experts Isabel Kunsman, Rebecca Vélez, & Yelena Aleksandrovich
Part 1 of 2. International arbitration damages experts Isabel Kunsman, Rebecca Vélez, and Yelena Aleksandrovich sit down with Gaela and Nicole to discuss all things quantum. In Part One, we get the...
A Chat with Professor Zachary Douglas
Nicole and Gaela sit down with Professor Douglas to hear his thoughts on best practices for counsel and arbitrators alike, as well as the current state of affairs for international arbitration – where...
Diversity and Inclusion in International Arbitration - Part 2
Part 2 of 2. Nicole and Gaela get into some of the thornier issues surrounding diversity and inclusion in international arbitration with Arif Ali
Diversity and Inclusion in International Arbitration - Part 1
Part 1 of 2. Nicole and Gaela get into some of the thornier issues surrounding diversity and inclusion in international arbitration with Arif Ali
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