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Grands procès médiatiques, réformes institutionnelles controversées, polémiques à répétition sur l’état des prisons… C’est ainsi qu’on résume souvent -voire qu’on caricature – l’actualité de la justice et du droit. Dans "Angle droit", la journaliste Marie Boëton, accompagnée d'un invité, passe au crible les innovations juridiques du moment, les enjeux cachés d’un débat ou encore les évolutions au long cours du système judiciaire et nous offre un éclairage nouveau, riche et complexe, sur l'ac ...
 
Diffusée pour la première fois en 1999 dans les programmes de France Culture et après quinze années sur son antenne, l’émission phare d’Antoine Garapon renaît sur l'antenne d’Amicus Curiae. L’émission poursuit un double objectif : vaincre les préjugés négatifs à l’égard du droit et permettre aux auditeurs de se l’approprier pour trouver des arguments, en discuter les solutions et comprendre les controverses, sans tomber dans l’effervescence de la polémique. »
 
Faute d’assister aux audiences, le citoyen peut acquérir des repères juridiques grâce au cinéma, à la télévision ou devant son ordinateur. Les films de fictions et les séries télé sont d’importantes sources d’informations sur le fonctionnement de la justice mais depuis un certain temps maintenant, provoquent également une réflexion citoyenne sur les questions juridiques. En écoutant des extraits et en essayant d'établir des rapports entre justice et culture, les invités de "La Justice à l'oe ...
 
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Amicus Radio - Les Acteurs du droit

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Amicus Radio - Les Acteurs du droit

Une émission de Julie Allard, Anne Lagerwall, Vincent Lefebve, et Julien Pieret

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“Les Acteurs du droit” propose de comprendre le droit et la justice à partir de personnages qui donnent chair au droit. L’émission dresse le portrait d’individus qui ont joué un rôle dans une affaire judiciaire et qui ont ensuite inspiré les scénaristes et les metteurs en scène. Chaque épisode s’attache à présenter un film basé sur une histoire vraie et dont le héros est, par essence, un acteur du droit.
 
A podcast by lawyers and law students hoping to make complicated legal doctrines easy to understand. This podcast features legal education podcast produced by Amicus Juris Productions: "Amicus Juris: The Podcast Project," "The Triumvirate," "In Coffee Veritas," and the "The Legal Robot Podcast." Amicus Juris: The Podcast Project is a 100% non-profit endeavor. Please help us sustain our podcast episodes by donating a small sum to cover our expenses. You can send us your donation via Ko-fi.com ...
 
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Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Slate’s Mark Joseph Stern and Jay Willis of Balls and Strikes for a preview of the big cases headed our way this Supreme Court term. They tackle cases concerning voting rights, indigenous rights, environmental protection and affirmative action, before turning their attention to the tricky business of covering a court th…
 
Dahlia Lithwick’s new book Lady Justice: Women, the Law and the Battle to Save America, tells the story of the women lawyers who stood up to Trump and stood up for those unseen and unrepresented by a brutal presidency, and the stories of the women who will fight on in the wake of life-altering decisions from a radicalized Supreme Court. Lady Justic…
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Mark Joseph Stern for a romp through the jurisprudential headlines. It’s been a week. Highlights include: Donald Trump’s legal woes in the Mar-a-Lago classified documents investigation, and at the hands of New York Attorney General Letitia James’ civil suit. Then, we’re live at Politics and Prose in Washington DC, with …
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Roberta Kaplan, who along with co-counsel Karen Dunn brought a successful civil suit against twenty-four neo-Nazi and white supremacist leaders responsible for organizing the racial- and religious-based violence in Charlottesville in August 2017. They discuss how the KKK Act of 1871 applied to discord channels and now J…
 
Dahlia is joined by Mary Trump and Norm Ornstein to discuss how a single Trump-appointed judge’s attempt to stick a fork in the Justice Department’s criminal investigation into potential mishandling of classified materials is part of a systemic story about American justice. And they discuss the kinds of reform needed to protect democracy and repair…
 
Law Professor and former journalist Amy Gajda joins Dahlia Lithwick to discuss her latest book, Seek and Hide: The Tangled History of the Right to Privacy. They chart a course through early conceptions of privacy to today’s fraught battles over privacy and dignity in the age of surveillance capitalism. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaph…
 
The quality of dignity is not strained. Judge Victoria Pratt presided for years over Municipal Court in Newark, New Jersey. Her experiences form the foundation of her book, The Power of Dignity: How Transforming Justice Can Heal Our Communities. In the third of Amicus’ summer season of big-picture conversations, Dahlia Lithwick and Judge Pratt expl…
 
In the second of Amicus’ Summer Series of interviews that step out of the day to day of jurisprudence to look at justice and the Supreme Court through a wide-angle lens, Dahlia Lithwick is joined by actor and playwright Heidi Schreck. Schreck created and starred in the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award - nominated “What the Constitution Means to Me” an…
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by former Attorney General Eric Holder as Amicus begins its summer season while the Supreme Court is in recess. General Holder describes his feelings when, as President Barack Obama’s Attorney General, he realized he could not in good conscience take part in the long-held tradition of the AG arguing an “easy case” before t…
 
Dahlia L​​ithwick hosts Amicus’ annual term-ending breakfast table conversation, featuring Slate’s own Mark Joseph Stern, Professor Katherine Franke and Professor Nikolas Bowie. They dig into the biggest decisions of the term, and step back to survey where the court is headed, and where it’s already been. Sign up for Slate Plus now to listen and su…
 
The term is over, and the ground upon which all Americans stood, has fundamentally shifted. Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Professor Dorothy Roberts to discuss the reality of forced birth and family separation upon marginalized peoples in America. Dorothy is the author of Torn Apart: How the Child Welfare System Destroys Black Families--and How Aboli…
 
Dahlia Lithwick and Mark Joseph Stern on Kennedy v Bremerton School District: a referendum on the status of truth at the high court, and another nail in the coffin of the establishment clause. Slate Plus members have access to the whole interview. Sign up for Slate Plus now to listen and support our show. Podcast production by Sara Burningham. Lear…
 
Well it happened, Roe v Wade has been swept away and Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Mary Ziegler, a law professor at the University of California, Davis, and the author of “Dollars for Life: The Anti-Abortion Movement and the Fall of the Republican Establishment.” And then we turn to the other blockbuster decision this week, in New York State Rifle a…
 
Dahlia Lithwick and Mark Joseph Stern react to the Supreme Court’s decision in Carson v Makin, a blockbuster religious liberty case that sees the court traveling a long way in a short time, and trampling the establishment clause along the way, Slate Plus members have access to the whole interview. Sign up for Slate Plus now to listen and support ou…
 
Cev and Gabriela take a look back at 1971 and possibly the start of what would become the golden section of Amicus Films history - "THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD". As always, the discussion takes in the usual subjects along with wax candies, psychiatrists and spider plants. Edit & Music By Cevin Moore Contact:Twitter: @AmicusHere Insta: @AmicusHere …
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by CNN legal analyst Joan Biskupic and election law Professor Richard Hasen for what could be called “Amicus: Wheels Coming Off Edition”. We’re still waiting for a bevy of blockbuster decisions, and despite Chief Justice John Roberts’ solemn wish to steady the ship, events at the January 6th select committee seem destined …
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Ryan Goodman, professor of Law at NYU and co-editor-in-chief of Just Security. While we wait for the High Court to release opinions in a heaving pile of cases, the main constitutional action of the week was in Congress. Ryan Goodman has been piecing together the events of January 6th, and what led to it, for the past ye…
 
The recent elections show discouraging numbers for the Opposition in Philippine politics. Only 1 out of the 12 senatorial candidates fielded by the opponents of President Rodrigo Duterte, only 1 was able to win a Senate seat. Instead, Filipinos voted based on popularity and supported candidates who are close to the outgoing President. The implicati…
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Mark Joseph Stern to tee up the final weeks of the Supreme Court term. Several blockbusters are still to come, from abortion to gun rights to religious liberty to climate action—and then there’s the shadow docket. Mark and Dahlia break it all down with insights into what to expect and what to watch for. Dahlia also spok…
 
In light of the Uvalde school shooting, we’re rebroadcasting a special audio presentation from Amicus that originally aired in 2018. Dahlia Lithwick spoke to three educators who survived gun violence at their schools. Heather Martin was a student at Columbine during the 1999 mass shooting; Mary Ann Jacob was library clerk at Sandy Hook at the time …
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Ambassador Norm Eisen to discuss The Big Picture: democracy, the Rule of Law and the new volume he has co-written and edited, Overcoming Trumpery: How to Restore Ethics, the Rule of Law, and Democracy. Norm and Dahlia look back to January 6th 2021, and ahead to the coming hearings and the midterms. In this week’s Amicus…
 
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