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"berkeley law school" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Full details on the example. Policy. It's like quote dot com slash commercials or price could vary depending on your health issue in company. Another factor is not available in all states. Taking the drive on the one A one Hollywood Freeway and Maurren three minutes it's 6 50 to the top. U. S general says the military needs to take a hard look at Confederacy symbols, including the names of bases chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley, testifying before the House Armed Services Committee, Confederacy, the American Civil War. It was fun, and it was an act of rebellion. It was an act of treason at the time against the union against the Stars and Stripes against the U. S Constitution. And those officers turned their back on their own. Millie says he's recommended that a commission look into the issue to see if they can have a rational, mature discussion. This could put the military at the right odds with President Trump was rejected The idea of renaming military bases named for Confederate generals. Some law school deans in recent law school grads are now asking the state Supreme Court to cancel the upcoming California bar exam because of the Corona virus pandemic. The graduates are asking to be given what's called diploma privilege, which would let them practice law without having to take the test. UC Berkeley law School Dean Erwin Timor in ski tells Can X. The exam is usually held in big halls with people sitting close to one another, which he says just can't be done right now. Many employers will not hire until there's bar results Delaying when the bar exam occurs in delaying bar results is going to cause really economic hardship for many individuals, Washington, Oregon and Utah have substituted diploma privilege for the bar exam This year. Several other states are considering it. Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page is reunited with his long lost black beauty of 1960 Les Paul guitar. Correspondent John Lawrence in reports Page played it while they toward the last time Paige had it in his hands was a Met center in 1970. He put it down. And he never saw it again. Fast forward to 1993. Paul blame class Skins is working at Willy's American guitars in ST Paul. When a man walks in with the guitar and hints that may have once belonged to the rock legend. We had some other folks take a peek at it. It was like No, it's not. The problem was it was missing two distinctive drill holes. Finally, in 2015 the guitar needed some repairs. That's when gleam in need found those hidden drill holes. They have been lacquered over. Oh, my God, the hair stood up. They got in touch with pages. People who agreed to give blame a new guitar for pages old one like beauty is estimated to be worth up to $5 million. Riverside Sheriff's Department raided an illegal marijuana grow near Lake Elsinore, seizing more than 400 plants, Deputy We were tipped off about the operation at a home in a community nor nous Horse Thief Canyon by neighbors who noticed a strong odor. So Cal Edison was called out to shut off the power. There was illegal wiring throughout the place. The suspects were not home and remain at large, Not.
UC Berkeley Law School drops name of lawyer who pushed for Chinese Exclusion Act
"UC Berkeley's prestigious law school has stripped itself of a nineteenth century name sake turns out John bold espouse racist views that led to the eighteen eighty two Chinese exclusion act old name was removed from the main building Thursday after a three year process still in San alumni a callow long referred to themselves a bold keys on the law school was casually referred to as bold hall it wasn't until twenty seventeen that attorney
"berkeley law school" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Let me tell you a little bit about doctor Maryland single ten a board certified anesthesiologist doctor Maryland singleton graduated from Stanford and earned her M. D. at UCSF medical school she completed two years of surgery residency at UC SF and then her and Anastasia residency at Harvard's Beth Israel hospital while still working in the operated room she attended UC Berkeley's law school focusing on constitutional law on administrative law doctor singleton has become concerned that technology in algorithms will soon be making medical decisions instead of humans in order to maximize profits at the expense of what's best for the patient doctor Maryland singleton on coast to coast happy holidays to you Maryland well same to you and I'm so glad to be here tonight what an amazing subject well it certainly caught my eye when last year Daddy came out that Google was working on where they put all the data of several patients into the computer and could predict which patients were gonna die how to and whether they leave the hospital or not and that their prediction came out better than the doctors according to them tell us exactly Berlin if you cannot layman's terms what is an algorithm it's basically taking a lot of data and and I mean and a person can make an algorithm for themselves and we probably do that in our own heads and everyday life if Johnny doesn't do the dishes then all have to do the dishes that's a very basic algorithm and if this then that if this then that and then you take all the facts and put the men and come up with an answer the problem is yes ma'am so much is.
"berkeley law school" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Stories a journey a gun rights group has launched a new assault on California's assault weapons ban saying it violates their rights under the second amendment even in the wake of several mass shootings recently we have in depth team coverage would begin with a live report from can extend seventies John Baird the lawsuit filed in San Diego federal court challenging California's assault weapons ban and it comes in the wake of three recent mass shootings in the country from Gil related Dayton to el Paso the suit was filed in the same court district where back in April a judge tossed out a nearly two decades old ban on magazines that hold more than ten bullets or one show Marin ski is the dean of the UC Berkeley law school under current law I think that this lawsuit will fail he says he doesn't believe there's a constitutional right to have assault weapons only hand guns any questions the timing of the case considering the recent shootings one wonders whether the plaintiffs in this lawsuit are somewhat tone deaf to the circumstances he believes the courts will uphold California's assault weapons ban but he says anything's possible reporting live John King an ax ten seventy newsradio they are police James of some of the nation's biggest cities including LA are calling on Washington leaders to enact another ban on assault weapons now amid the recent mass shootings they have sent a two page letter to Donald Trump Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell and along with the assault weapons ban they say they want some background checks that what red flag laws about a ban on the high capacity magazines and what they call more common sense legislation continuing our in depth team coverage the president says that although he is open to some new laws aimed at reducing gun violence he won't support anything that would undermine the basic rights of gun owners we can make it harder.
"berkeley law school" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Feel a little pain in my high well the thing he did to him his attorney Louis could be owner to seek justice because the county of Los Angeles not a human being die without justification both the county and the sheriff's department are reserving comment because this is pending litigation reporting live in south Pasadena Margaret Carrero can extend seventy news radio the California state Bar Association ease in damage control mode after accidentally releasing details about the bar exam set to be taken by thousands of law students tomorrow and Wednesday it says it inadvertently gave sixteen law school deans a list of general topics to be covered on the test meaning some students might get advance warning the dean of the UC Berkeley law school when Jim Arensky tells get X. he was not on the list but thinks it's a bad mistake Dr at the end the fathers so secret but the question is going to be about but he thinks the general issue here is changing the Sam so it's not the hardest in the nation to pass now that the doctor was called the uniform bar exam and I would hope California we do that and it would then mean California partakers with the same exam so many of the other states in general as a topic to now been released to them by the bar to all students to level the playing field jurors are back deliberating in the trial of a federal copyright infringement lawsuit against singer Katy Perry Christian rapper flame contends Perry listed a force of a song joyful noise for her twenty thirteen had dark course berries attorney insists the musical passages common melody that can't be copyrighted than eighty thousand Kaiser Permanente employees are starting to vote today on whether to authorize dear you again to declare a nationwide strike against the health care giant's but that voting won't end until the middle of September and of what god is authorized it wouldn't happen until early October workers accused Kaiser of unfair labor practices Kaiser denies that says it wants to resume contract talks that stalled earlier this month today's deadline for people apply for permits on what's called the social equity program that would let them operate legal pot shots in the city of LA and cover some low income residents and people who were arrested for minor marijuana crimes before weed was legalized in California more than twelve hundred applications of already been submitted and program officials expect to get several hundred more by the end of the day today got a crash delaying the drive on the sixty into diamond bar your next check of traffic in four minutes twelve.
"berkeley law school" Discussed on KCBS All News
"It's not clear exactly where appel Bernstein were when they were struck appel is a long time school board member who finished fourth in the June primary for the assembly district fifteen seat. She was a co founding board member of the Ella Baker center for human rights and served as executive director of our family coalition, which supports LGBT families. Bernstein is a lawyer in the state public defender's office. She has been Alexa. Sure at the Berkeley law school and a member of the Berkeley police review commission. Peter Finch KCBS and you era in California. Politics begins tomorrow, former San Francisco mayor and current state. Lieutenant governor Gavin Gavin Newsom will be sworn in as the state's fortieth governor KCBS Jennifer Hodges reports there's a lot of talk about how things may change in the governor's office. Jerry Brown is going to be a tough act to follow the political analyst, Leo macelroy says the two men actually do have a few things in common. Jerry Brown is a different guy this time than he was the first time around, and I think the move to gather Newsome is going to feel a lot like the first incarnation of Jerry Brown was governor Newsom does have an ambitious agenda attempting to expand health care and access to education. Macelroy says newsome's already proven he is his own man. There's certainly been cases where the Lieutenant governor. Asked to comment on policies or programs that the governor is pushing has been less than enthusiastic about the news, some has until January tenth to present his new state budget. Jennifer, Hodges KCBS KCBS news time twelve thirteen sports is next. It's Jamie, progressive's employee of the month two months in a row. Leave a message at the. Hi, Jamie, hit me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song what the name your.
"berkeley law school" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"His seat in the Senate. Yup. Brad Kavanagh sworn in as the one hundred fourteenth Justice of the US supreme court, and what a debate one of the most contentious certainly the closest vote in modern times, and it would have been forty nine fifty one forty nine, but you had two senators one Murkowski, they just voted present. And then you had what was that other Senator the democrat who was at at the wedding the wedding. So he and he couldn't vote. So I guess the two of them green. This happens all the time in congress is when they have votes that are gonna cancel each other just gives them the they don't have to show up. So that's what happened here. Otherwise, it would have still been a straight forty nine fifty one vote last time that happened eighteen eighty one. When it was that close, I'm burdened thirty something years ago. Wow. So anyway, we have a new supreme court just coming up seven o'clock someone who is very special. Irwin Shimransky who is dean of the Berkeley law school, who is a genuine constitutional scholar. I mean, he is been a professor, and I mean, the guy extrordinary it's one of the great constitutional scholars super liberal. I mean in sanely liberal. I know he was gagging. When this thing happened. He was it was a vomiting occasion for him. But he's great at analysing, and he is going to analyze what's going to happen. But in a way that rarely do we get this level of analyst. Analysis analyst nation. Exactly, right. Okay. Maybe he can analyze why Democrats are so mad Michael avenue..
"berkeley law school" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Year in bumper to bumper traffic additional. Two working weeks stuck in traffic because of, traffic congestion so that's a lot of lost time we put a value on that at over seventeen hundred dollars it's. Part. Of. The overall cost I suspect most people would actually value their time even. More valuable than that our cars are also taking, financial hit every time we drive on rough roads Cording to the study l. a. and San Francisco. Had the highest overall cost and worst traffic, congestion in the state Diane. Thompson KNX ten seventy NewsRadio speaking of driving hits never any fun to have to drive to Dodger Stadium of. Course once you get there, it's fun but driving there so a high-speed underground, public transportation, system, to Dodger Stadium. Seems to be in the works Musk's boring, company has unveiled, plans for so called dugout loop that would. Connect the stadium to a metro, red line station in Los villas he's taller would or. Rampart village passengers would be Whistler a tunnel and, an autonomous electric vehicle The company says the, trip would take less than four. Minutes and cost, about a dollar construction would take no more than fourteen months I really. Have questions around the feasability and the economics and don't usually. See tunneling happening within a year you're. A half like they're pretty close distance out they're trying to. Cover professor Ethan Elkin director of. The climate change in business program at UCLA UC Berkeley law school says given. The potential ridership numbers and relatively low. Ticket price the dugout Luke doesn't seem to make financial sense but adds maybe it's part of a plan to build a larger network the company says the. Project would, be privately funded Claudia pesky KNX ten seventy, NewsRadio passengers at l. a.'s Union Station or about to. Be subjected, to body scanning for, explosives and weapons it's a. First of its kind system for mass transit and get this most people will have no idea. They've been scanned this new body scanning technology is noticed through vision and it operates secretly and Etta distance in some. Cases as much, as fifty feet people walk by and it reads energy from the body in creates a blotchy Human-like image on a, computer screen with darker blotch is exposing possible weapons or.
"berkeley law school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Technology can help catch traffic violators and combat crime but privacy advocates are concerned unlike other traffic cameras automated license plate readers tracked the plates of every passing car and log them into a readable and searchable database they're cheap and easy to use and in areas where they're widespread they can provide a detailed map of where people go like a mass tracking tool this can help solve crimes but there are also privacy implications what really matters is what happens to the data how long has it been kept kathryn crump directs the law technology and public policy clinic at berkeley law school she says there needs to be transparency about tracking including who data shared with data is portable as we all understand and even if you trust your local police department to be looking at this data he goes questions about where it goes contra costa cher chiefs department says license plate data collected at contra costa centre will only be shared with them and stored for up to one year district supervisor karen mitch off says she's not worried so i am very confident that the tools are in place to make sure that as i say only the bad guys and girls get caught the california highway patrol already uses more than one hundred fifty license plate readers statewide contra costa's are slated to go up later this year i'm shy eleven kick u e d news some residents in the small city of dixon in solano county are calling for vice mayor ted hickman to step down for making homophobic remarks about two hundred people protested at city hall yesterday hickman wrote a column for a local paper that called for eight straight pride month and referred to gay men as quote ferries today says soda is among the dixon residents calling for hickman's resignation dickson is the melting pot the represents people from all over the world all kinds of orientational that kind of thing thinking does not represent the community i don't think it represents where the world is heading we'll steady represent tommy you don't represent me but hickman says he didn't give up his first amendment rights when he became a public official though he regrets using his vice mayor title in the column the excellent music festival in antioch that was set for this weekend has been cancelled after allegations that promoters did not fulfill contractual obligations he cuties nastya voinov sky reports in the days leading up to the event things look bad for fast setup had not begun and celebrity hosts carmen electra and.
"berkeley law school" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"They're not getting they're not paying us but we love this case because it was one of the first kids that was arrested when trump was inaugurated frankly just just after that when they were ice was really stepping up their arrests and he's daca he is legally supposed to be in this country and he showed ice his daca card and they still took them in claimed he was a gang member with no evidence for forty eight days and then finally he was released in this case is going through the court and the lawyers in that case are laurence tribe and or wind chill marinsky the dean of berkeley law school and mark rosenbaum from public council and ted boutrous from gibson dunne and it's really it's the finest lawyers you could ask for and this great kid who just happened to be in the wrong place at the right time wrong time and and we'll see what happens with his case but the the conversation that we've been able to have around that case about the rights that daca infers is is really tell us if you win this case you your side realizes everything it's wishes to gain here what will that mean for the average person well i think in this it's a it's become a habeas case which is a rights case different than it sort of transferred in this case it's very specific to his claim but what it does mean is that you can't you will likely have a harder time it will it will create new case law that says that if you have been given rights by your government you you have to be treated like anybody else who's been given rights by your government including citizens and.
"berkeley law school" Discussed on WGTK
"Grand jury is never been decided by the united states supreme court or any court there have been relevant decisions in united states versus burr nixon versus the united states and putting v jones all of them having to deal with various different matters here and president clinton did appear on a voluntary basis before the grand jury for three hours under highly structured rules but the background on the burke trials there's a great article by jon you berkeley law school but to me this is dispositive federal a sixty nine the president of the united states would be liable to be impeached trodden upon conviction of treason bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors removed from office and would afterwards be liable to prosecution and punishment in the ordinary course of the law the ordinary course of the laws grand jury subpoena up until then nope if mr mueller did indeed threatened to bring the president before a grand jury the doj regulations governing his position suggests that he ought to mr muller have discussed that threat with the deputy attorney general rosenstein first giddy now president clinton did testify before grand jury but it was people need to remember that and this his council noted there was no need to resolve the novel question whether a president may be compelled to testify before a grand jury but more time is needed to explore whether a resolution short of litigation as possible david kendall made that argument back in the day twenty years ago when ken starr was getting ready maybe to subpoena the president commit scandal said no need to do that but see if we can work it out and they did there are a lot of law professors that say can be forced i don't believe he can't be forced it would go into litigation it will take months and months and months by the way it would probably help the republicans all we would be talking about is whether we want impeachment for the next two years but it it's bad for the country very bad for the country also want to bring up one story which had begun my day with before i knew i'd have to talk about rudy islamic state militants dressed in iraqi military uniforms launched a brazen nighttime attack in a farming hamlet close to baghdad killing twenty one members of a local try that has been a vocal opponent.
"berkeley law school" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"A great article by jon you berkeley law school but to me this is dispositive federal a sixtynine the president of the united states would be liable to be impeached tried and upon conviction of treason bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors removed from office and would afterwards be liable to prosecution and punishment in the ordinary course of the law new ordinary course of the laws grand jury subpoena up until then nope if mr mueller did indeed threatened to bring the president before a grand jury the doj regulations governing his position suggests that he ought to mr muller ought to discussed that threat with the deputy attorney general rosenstein i did he now president clinton did testify before grand jury but it was voluntarily people need to remember that and this is council noted there is no need to resolve the novel question whether president may be compelled to testify before a grand jury but more time is needed to explore whether a resolution short of litigation is possible david kendall made that argument back in the day twenty years ago when ken starr was getting ready maybe disappointed the president commission kendall said no need to do that but see if we can work it out and they did there are a lot of opera that say he can't be forced i don't believe he can't be forced it would go into litigation that will take months and months and months by the way it would probably help the republicans all we would be talking about is what we wanted peach mint for the next two years but it bad for the country very bad for the.
"berkeley law school" Discussed on The 45th
"It is outlawed federally but we've county eased up the criminal um you know prosecution on a lot of offenders but one thing that's interesting is he's trying the group uh car accidents and drugs now being the leading cause of car accidents verses alcohol but he doesn't really get the fact that like marijuana has attributed to like a third of those uh drugged influenced car accidents is trying to basically be right and obviously he's not on this and then this past week and they're talking about the the use of excessive force that one gentleman who's at berkeley law essentially sessions gets questioned by an individual who says that you know his neighbors are not necessarily afraid of the criminals in the area they're afraid of the police and sessions retort than says maybe that's the view in berkeley because this guy goes to berkeley law school is like no that's the view of in columbus ohio where he's ron and you know we have this we have this individual this this this cop up rails heard in mesa or in arizona who shot and killed daniel shaver in uh was it i believe a hotel on and did you watch the video on the now alqaeda amounts very disturbing i've seen i mean i've read about it i i watch the i'd listen to some of the commands parts i and i stopped at well before you know i mean it's important to watch that's where stopping understand it but i just couldn't do it this time yeah i mean it's just it's just the kind of uh is disturbing but also it's very hard to not on.
"berkeley law school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"For regional on an all free of charge that ought to be a minimum that added pretty close to a bill introduced by democrat elizabeth warren that would require free credit freezes chris huffed nago is as cybersecurity expert at berkeley law school he says we need to make a fundamental change in the way that credit exists in the u s financial says esta rate male credit is in a liquid states and it doesn't make a lot of sense it means that every second of your existence someone can come along and pretend to be you get your consumer report and get a new credit card or an auto loan in your name of nago says the us should shift to a frozen state that is your credit report is frozen by two falls and if you want to unfreeze it to say by a car you can for his part the industry spokesman at the hearings that the industry already faces enough regulation and that the credit bureaus held consumers get access to credit chris arnold npr days the only painting by leonardo da vinci known to be in private hands is going on the market titled salvator monte or savior of the world it depicts christ holding the world in his left hand and offering a blessing with his right for centuries scholars thought it was an inferior copy of a lost original than an extensive restoration revealed the hand of the match her and for the next month it will be on view before it goes to auction rick carr reports leonardo da vinci was into very prolific painter and he worked five hundred years ago.
"berkeley law school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The largest theft of social security numbers in history and now it's website just got manipulated by hackers again them and independent cybersecurity analysts named randy abrams at discovered the problem by accident when i went to the act with that i was looking for my credit report following on logical sequence with quick and was like another window opens with what i know was militia of bogus alert popped up asking him to click the download and adobe flash software update but he says it was actually now where the takes control of your web browser abrams as his first the action was you gotta be kidding me after what ecwa fat went through this happen on unbelievable and i am interrupt located going to condensed myself it really happened but i abrams made a video of it happening and posted that on the internet he says the software appears to be designed to hijack your browser to show you unwanted ads but he says this type of mao work in also redirect you decides to download more malicious code for example software that steals credit card numbers when you type them it and point it to and crimes by download which is going to install a stroke lager worst case would be ransomware for most people so the security threat at present to your computer for future download is horrible browser mel where is a profound invasion of privacy chris health nago is the cyber security and privacy expert at uc berkeley law school it can lead to the computer user being spied on all the time or their camera turned on or their microphone turned on without there permission echo facts claims the malicious code on its website came from another company that had hires to do he analytics so technically that may be the company that got hacked still the end result was that visitors to echo faxes website were prompted to download now wear who of nago says that doesn't look very good for akwa facts shoes keep on dropping he says that could keep lawmakers focused on passing new regulations equis acts itself must be upset about this but its competitors too must be very nervous because they could be rounded up in the same regulatory swoop equi fact says it removed the malicious code it took the web page off line and is continuing to.
"berkeley law school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Go round all three and try to do this but also this just laxer credit report right and the bad guys could still file fake tax returns in your name they could get a fake driver's license maybe with information they got even from this hack and use that to open a bank account and start writing bad checks in your name some backs don't check your credit report when when you open a checking account are of course hackers could still get your credit card number and run of charges and do what they've always done they're so this is definitely not a cureall but is it is it seen as a good idea a good thing well you might think that so so we put this question to chris hoffner i'll go he's a uc berkeley law school all and he said at least in the existing credit lack services from equi facts and trans union there is some important fine print so you might sign up because it's free and it sounds like a good idea to protect yourself against identity theft but if you read the fine print you'll see that it gives these companies the ability to sell your personal information to anyone they want so you can opt out the company's says but ho of nagas as many the most people don't and so aggravates might be helping you with one hand and then selling your information to telemarketers in subprime lenders with the other and you've agreed to that without realising it by signing up for the service and this is part of the very offer the neck with access making to try to make good on the on the big breach rights so what's experts are saying like stick with more than melo options for now until we find out more of credit freezes good and we'll go from there as we learn more npr's khrieshe arnold thanks thanks robert.
"berkeley law school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of natural disasters and how our words affect how we deal with hurricane s earthquakes and their aftermath that's today at noon on wnyc this is wnyc 939 fm and am 820 npr news in the new york conversation mm uh uh uh citing lara's wnyc's so as many of you will remember last february the university of california in berkeley decided to cancel a speech scheduled to be given by the controversial conservative firebrand milo yannopoulos after a group of protesters pulled down police barricades hurled molotov cocktails smashed windows and food fireworks and rocks at police resulting in a hundred thousand dollars worth of property damage this month the school is trying again milo yiannopoulos even though he since then fired by breitbart will return for what the conservative student group posting in berkeley pacer yet is billing as a free speech week threats from september twenty four to twenty seven steve bannon will also be on the tickets the idea of free speech is in a fraught place right now and the events in charlottesville heightened attention between free speech and public safety this tension is always the typically acute on college campuses where beyond simply protecting for first amendment rights schools aim to expose students to new ideas and to develop critical thinking skills my next guest irwin chen marinsky is in the eye of the storm as the dean of the uc berkeley law school in a new book he examines the polarization of expression and protection the book is called free speech john kappel straightforward and he corroded with you see irvine chancellor howard gilman chairman semblance the is not only one of the foremost legal scholars on the first amendment but also a first hand witness obviously do the free speech debates of today as the new dean at the uc berkeley law school at resemblance key joins me now to talk about house schools can be inclusive and nondiscriminatory at the same time and still encourage expression an exploration of ideas welcome to wnyc thank you so much for joining us thank you it's a pleasure to talk with you so let me start here you're right in the book this is the first generation of students educated from a young age not to bully what's the relevance howard gilman i taught a freshman seminar a couple of years ago and was struck by.
"berkeley law school" Discussed on Wall Street Oasis
"Hi you're listening to the wall street oasis podcast he podcast about breaking into the raw the finance along with interviews with those who have i am house dragnet and on today's show reluctantly to be joined by dennis miller not the comedian and trump advocate by entertainment executive an investor dennis has had a super successful career working and investing at the intersection of the media and technology industries just started teaching class at ucla called venture capital for technology and entertainment businesses so welcomed annex thank you young no i'm not voting for voted for trump brown entertainer i you could be you could be barker will leave out alone per region now we can answer that in some of the who in the end question occur so you've had this career where the first half of it was kind of started working entertainment and then the second half working on venturecapital investing so that's what i like to structure this podcast of is talking about the first half entertainment and then we'll switchover to talking about the investing so let's just jump in how'd you get your star in your career into berkeley law school and so tell us about the beginning the very circuitous path i started down here working for at phelps rothenberg and tonny was the name of the firm the time it's changed since then and they had a number of different departments but tax department entertainment apartment they represented some big musicians and some big feature film people.