35 Burst results for "Law Clerk"
"law clerk" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Well, I'm a peer recovery coach and what I what I've seen in my early career. It's still Only a few years in but It. I've seen it both ways. Where either the wife of the husband of the sufferer, um He's either a helicopter helicopter. Um, partner they're called, you know, like you hear helicopter parenting, Right? Right. Well, there, there's ah, you know? I want to be involved. I want to go to family sessions. Please fix my husband or wife. Then I've seen the opposite where they're just like Uh, here. I'm not gonna partake and family support. Um, you know, it's kind of the stigma so strong that it's kind of like here. Just fix my husband or wife. And there is no involvement. You know, And I think You need to be in the middle of the spectrum. Um, you know a lot of times. It's the first time Uh, you will have to educate the love dorm about what their loved one's going through. So I typically for somebody who's new Typically explain it. Like, Look, your husband powerless over alcohol. You know this. He knows this. Your parents over his decision. Just like he's powerless over alcohol. He's a grown man or a grown woman. There's nothing You could say Like like you have to accept. You're powerless over him and work on yourself. Because of all those, um Because all the complications like Angela was describing which is absolutely correct. And what I've noticed is A lot of times when like Angela was describing when when somebody gets over there different person. Sometimes the woman or the man fell in love with The person in active addiction. Or, you know when they gets over it, though, Look around with their family, and they'll be like, Oh, my God, this is ah! You know? As as even seem like. Do I love my wife? Like, what am I doing? Everything's different When you Get sober. Wow. So getting better sometimes makes things Not so great. I mean, is that right? Well, getting better means like Who are you? Who is the real you underneath all the numbing but you've been doing over the years. What makes it not so great for a while, and then you figure out everything and then Things I would imagine will be 1000 times better than Having someone drinking to excess or using drugs sticks. Excess. Well, right and something just the layer of underlying everything you know, so people gets over and be like I hate my job. Like they'll be like, you know, I was Taken stimulants and drinking after and then I don't even want to do this. I don't even want to be a law clerk. Like, what the heck was I think, you know, just So a city counseling and services is like the skinning just one layer of the onion. You know, it's the first glimpse Into what's going on underneath. So that could that could I mean, what's going on in the marriage in the job with everything? It's such a thin layer. You know, you never know what you're uncovering right? Yes, I think that's true. I think that's true now, do you If you were going, we have to take a brief brief break. But if you know someone who is experiencing in this if you're experiencing this yourself if you're in a family where there is someone who is a substance abuser And things have changed because they have healed. We'd love to talk to you Give us a call. The number here is 1 809 226680..
"law clerk" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I had a bit of a chip on my shoulder. But I walked over to the cop. And he said, Why did you walk against a blinking? Don't walk sign. And I said the sign was not blinking. When we got into the street, he said, Yes, it was. I said, No, it wasn't. Yes, it was. No, it wasn't. He should show me some I d my friend had I d because he was driving his car, but I didn't have my wallet with me. And I told him I didn't have any idea. And he said, Why not? And I said, This is the Soviet Union on that required have any identification. I'm not driving a motor vehicle. I don't have a I don't have to have any. He said. You're smart ass, aren't you? I said you call it like you want. He then leaned us against the car and got on his phone and looked at my friend's license and called it in. And my friend it turned out, had several outstanding warrants. And so the cop comes back and says your friend is going down because he's got outstanding warrants and you're going down because you're a smart ass. He put us in the car. And drove us to the station. Mean book me photographs, fingerprints the whole nine yards. Get put into a cell. And at no time that I tell anybody that I was a certified law clerk with the L. A County D a s office because I wanted to find out how they were going to treat me. I wanted to see for myself. I heard all also the stories about how the police Abuse people. I wanted to see if there were true if I didn't say a word when he asked me where I worked. I just told him I was a student. I got to make one phone call and I call the head of my division and told him what happened. I had been behind bars now for several hours. I even asked to speak to a commanding officer because sometimes from time to time is I was behind bars. I would see through a A glass. The officer who arrested me would bring other officers by and point fingers at me, and they would start laughing. I think they were laughing because, remember, the guy said that you're a smart ass. I think they got pleasure. I think out of the fact that here's with this student eventually told him I was a law student on the cop got a big charge out.
"law clerk" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Haven't even been involved in a collision like we get questions of. I don't understand. Med pay. Exactly. You guys have talked about it on the radio. Can you explain it to me and why you needed? How much can you tell me? Why I need this? What you call you are I am and understood Motors coverage because my my agent insurance agents on that didn't need it. Any question you have. You don't have to have been in a collision. We will help you because it's very confusing. And you need to understand it right now. You know you can't rewind. You can't push. Rewind when you have a collision. It happened. And you didn't expect it to happen. You thought you're gonna be home in about 15 minutes, then boom. Are you ready? Are you prepared? Do you know what the insurance coverages are? Do you know what's required of you? So we can do it for you three or 3795 59 100 bad. Let's talk about the next factor, which is a huge one that we cover all the time. What is the client? The is your person Our client's previous Medical condition. Do you have any pre existing conditions? And if so, there's a couple different ways you can go if the lawyer or the investigator or the apparently girlhood law clerk, whoever you are you're dealing with does not ask you about previous condition. Medical condition. Then you should run away from them, not just walk away. You should run away. That's something that has to be done. You have to get into previous medical condition. Even if they ask you. Will you ever had this kind of problem before? That's simple. It could be that simple, but they've got to talk to you about whether or not there's a pre existing condition and whether or not you've had this kind of problem before, And if you're let's say you're 50 years old. You say, Well, I had a sore back or I had her back. When I was playing a sport that I played in high school. There may be little significance to that. There may have been maybe OK, not a big deal. If you say Well, you know, I had a sore back and I had an injury and I had to get medical care six months ago or six months prior to the crash. That's a whole different story and that you've got to be able to go through that With once again. This is normally something that I believe the lawyer needs to have experiences directly with client. Discuss and say, OK, what is it? How is it? Tell me what what It was then And who do I need to talk to him? Who can talk about these things, And this is stuff that doesn't translate easy into just a report. It's something the lawyer needs to look the client in the eye and understand what's going on, or look or discussed with the client at least over the phone and get an idea of how to cut the client's communicating the situation. Tell you what this is so important, because over the years we've had clients and people forget. I mean, you're not trying to hide anything you just forget. I mean, forget what 11 years ago You went the doctor for a sore ankle. Or maybe a store back from working in the yard. You forget And so what we've developed over the years is an entire program A package a team approach for you. And a package of all kinds of documents. Yeah. Might be a pain to fell amount, but I tell you what it helps guide you. It helps you remember, the important thing is that we're looking for, And so we have a ballon public entire approach and entire methodology. Documentation questionnaires that you fill out for us. That gives us an in depth. Look at you. Why Because if we understand you we can win your case. Right design makes sense. If we don't understand you were just guessing that we're just We're just guessing and hoping along with somebody that doesn't even have a legal game plan was gassing. We're gonna get when you guess you've you've heard to say before you're not gonna get very far. So we have a whole program and.
"law clerk" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I was working for the L. A County D. A s office as a certified law clerk. I was in my second year in law school. And a friend of mine and I were walking down the street in Hollywood. My friend was had driven if there I was a passenger We're walking across the street and suddenly the don't walk. Light goes on. And as we continue to walk, there were two officers on the corner, leaning against the post, and they gestured to us with their index fingers to come over to them. I didn't like the gesture. I had a bit of a chip on my shoulder. But I walked over to the cop. And he said, Why did you walk against a blinking? Don't walk sign. And I said the sign was not blinking. When we got into the street, he said, Yes, it was. I said, No, it wasn't. Yes, it was. No, it wasn't. He says. Show me some I d my friend had I d because he was driving his car, but I didn't have my wallet with me. And I told him I didn't have any idea. And he said, Why not? And I said This isn't a Soviet Union on that required to have any identification. I'm not driving a motor vehicle. I don't have a I don't have to have any. He said. You're smart ass, aren't you? Said. You call it like you want. He then leaned us against the car and got on his phone and looked at my friend's license and called it in. And my friend it turned out, had several outstanding warrants. And so the cop comes back and says your friend is going down because he's got outstanding warrants and you're going down because you're a smart ass. You put us in the car and drove us to the station. Mean book me photographs, fingerprints the whole nine yards. Get put into a cell. And at no time that I tell anybody that I was a certified law clerk with the L. A County D a s office because I wanted to find out how they were going to treat me. I wanted to see for myself. I heard all also two stories about how the police Abuse people. I wanted to see if there were true if I didn't say a word when he asked me where I worked. I just told him I was a student. I got to make one phone call and I call the head of my division and told him what happened. I had been behind bars now for several hours. I even asked to speak to a commanding officer because sometimes from time to time is I was behind bars. I would see through a A glass. The officer who arrested me would bring other officers by and point fingers at me, and they would start laughing. I think they were laughing because, remember, the guy said that you're a smart ass. I think they got pleasure. I think out of the fact that here's with this student eventually told him I was a law student on the cop got a big charge out of putting this law student behind.
Georgia certified Biden victory as Pence visits the state
"Today on the day. That president elect joe biden was certified as the winner of georgia's sixteen electoral votes. Mike pence campaigned in georgia for republican. Senator david perdue. Who is now facing new questions about his financial transactions the daily beast reports right before he was put in charge of a powerful senate subcommittee with jurisdiction over the us navy. Senator david perdue began buying up stock in a company that made submarine parts and once he began work on a bill that ultimately directed additional navy funding for one of the firms specialized products purdue sold off the stock. Earning him tens of thousands of dollars in profits. There seems to be something of a pattern. Here with georgia's republican senators after closed senate briefing in january about the potential impacts of covid nineteen senator. Kelly law clerk sold off as much as three point one million dollars in stock while purchasing stock in a telework software company whose products would become all the more important for people forced to work from home during a pandemic at the same time. Senator purdue purchased one point eight billion dollars in stock including in a company that produced personal protective equipment here democratic candidate for senate john also during his last debate with senator perdue. Perhaps senator perdue would have been able to respond properly to the covid nineteen pandemic if you hadn't been fending off multiple federal investigations for insider trading. It's not just that you're a crook senator. It's that you're attacking the health of the people that you represent. Senator perdue is now refusing to debate. Jon ossoff again before the january fifth senate election in georgia
Amy Coney Barrett's alarming non-answers
"Ab Coney Barrett is still undergoing her Senate confirmation and she refuses to answer any questions which is definitely problematic when she gets asked questions that should be considered lay ups for instance, when it comes to electoral issues or the possibility of Donald Trump. You know really flexing his muscle and attempting to turn this country into full a full-blown dictatorship she seems to be open to some of the maneuvers that he has floated. So for instance, when it comes to the possibility of Donald trump delaying an election, something that trump again has considered in the past coney gave a concerning answer. President trump made claims of voter fraud and suggested he wanted to delay the upcoming election does the constitution gives the president of the United States cs thority to unilaterally delay general election under any circumstances does federal law Well senator if that question ever came before me, I would need to hear arguments from the litigants and read briefs and consult with my law clerks and talk to my colleagues and go through the opinion writing process. So you know if if I give off the cuff answers than I would be basically illegal pundit. And I don't think we went judges to be legal pundits I. Think we went judges to approach cases thoughtfully and with an open mind. Yeah except I mean people like Amy Coney Barrett consider themselves constitutionalists who take the constitution and interpreted verbatim literally So let's take a look at what article two section one of the United States constitution says about the possibility of delaying a presidential election. The Congress the Congress not the executive branch the Congress may determine the time of. Choosing, the electors and the day on which they shall give their votes, which day shall be the same throughout the United States. So long story, Short Congress gets to make that decision not the incumbent president. John. It's clear and the only thing clearer than that is that she will answer questions very forthrightly and very quickly and perfectly happily about things that don't reveal that she is nothing but a right wing ideologue because being put into the Supreme Court to take away your healthcare and take away your right to practice reproductive freedoms and if necessary give the election of Donald trump that's. That's they're for. Those are the things that she sort of cloak and there's a side of not accepting the science on climate change of course as well. But mostly, it's that she doesn't want to reveal that all the things that the left and even the center fear she'll do on the Supreme Court. She totally being chosen for that. The right doesn't need to ask detailed questions because they already know that that's why she was chosen on the election related stuff trump wouldn't have. Nominated her if he asked her, hey, if I bring a case to you asking you to shut down the mail in ballots you. GonNa. Are you GonNa do that and she'd say we'll know that would be unethical. I'm certainly not GonNa shut that down. Yeah. He's still would've nominated her totally he has no interest of his own heart. All of that is is so clear I don't know maybe that's why in your intro you said this is so boring but yeah, kind of because. She is it's the same it's the same you know. Situation with Supreme Court nominee evading the questions you know answering. Specific questions regarding constitutionality by just discussing what she would do procedurally. Yeah. Yeah. We know we know how the Supreme Court Works, okay we're asking you for you to weigh in on what the constitution says about the president unilaterally delaying the election. This is not difficult but of course, going to the question as she does in the next video, we show you when it comes to Donald Trump and his. The possibility of refusing a peaceful transition of power. Should a president commit themselves? Like our founding fathers I think had a clear intention. Like the grace of George Washington showed. To the peaceful transfer of power, is that something that president should be able to do? One of the beauties of America from the beginning of the Republicans that we have had peaceful transfers of power and that disappointed voters have accepted the new leaders that come into office. And that's not true in every country and I think it is part of the genius of our Constitution and the good faith and goodwill of the American people that we haven't had the situations that have arisen in. So many other countries where there have been those issues have the president. Oh good. Congratulations. President Hinting that he will not have a peaceful transition of power is unprecedented congratulations. You realise that now, why don't you answer the question? What was that? Like. I don't need a history lesson I don't need a comparative analysis between the United States and some other country I need to know what your thoughts are on an incumbent president losing the general election and refusing a peaceful transition of power. What are your thoughts on that? I can get I mean the whole thing it just feels so pointless at this point apparently, it can't be stopped. We knew we knew before the first hearing why she'd been chosen and more importantly we knew everything we need to know about ethics the fact that she was willing to be a party to this process three and a half weeks before the election after so many people have already voted the. Fact that she was willing to stand for a spot on the Scotus under that told us what we need to know about our ethics. She will do whatever she needs to do to get that position. She's obviously made promises and she's ready to make good on them and you know just going back to the constitution which she claims to value What does the constitution say about the transition of power? Well? The terms of the president and the Vice President shall end at noon on the twentieth day of January and the terms of their successors shall then begin. That is what the US. Constitution says the Twentieth Amendment when it comes to title three section one chapter one of the US code here's what it says about a peaceful transition of power the electors of president and vice president shelby appointed in each state on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November in every fourth year succeeding. Every election of a president and vice president. So it's a very wordy way of saying, Hey, Joe the person who loses needs to do this, and the person who wins needs to do that and Let's go ahead and follow through on what our so-called democracy Requires us to do when someone lose those loses an election, but she evades that question and she evades it by either talking about procedural things. She did in the previous video, we showed you or giving us a history lesson. Mentioning, unprecedented. This is in her own cute little way. It's just it's pathetic. One more video for you. This was the exchange that she had with Amy Klobuchar on. Voter intimidation. Judge Baron under federal law, is that illegal to intimidate voters at the polls? Senator Klobuchar I can't characterize the Fox in a hypothetical situation. I can't apply the law to a hypothetical set of facts. A can only decide cases as they come to me litigated by parties on a full record after fully engaging precedent talking to colleagues writing an opinion. And so I can't answer questions like. I'll make it easier eighteen USC, five, nine, four outlaws, anyone who intimidates threatens courses or attempts to intimidate threaten our curse. Any other person for the purpose of interfering with the right of such other person to vote. This is a law that has been on the books for decades. Following that Senator Club Hr's threw a stapler. I'm just kidding. No. But. She did a great job with that line of questioning she provided evidence for why it's considered illegal and all conybeare it had to do. There was say voter intimidation at the polls is. That's it. That's it. That's all she had to say but she wouldn't say
"law clerk" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Was injured in a car accident a year ago or doctor says she's never going to run again. Mary used to be involved in the community. She had two community project. She was enthused about one helping Children and one helping abused Children. And she doesn't do that anymore. And that was with the love of her life, and she can't do it anymore. Mary also like to play music. Doctor, listen to music and play music. And this is what she did in music, and she had several awards. Here are her awards. Here's what she's done. Here's what's been taken away from her. Here's what's left. Have you written down a number yet on those examples, So about us talking about this? We've got forms and we cover What are your passions? What do your interest What do your dreams What? Your hopes. Of course. We've got to cover the traditional damages, but this is very important. Who are you? Sure. And if you've gone to an attorney or two AA, one of their law clerk for one of their paralegals or their investigators, and they're doing a demand letter for you. And they haven't gotten into any information or got information from you concerning what you like to do concerning the matters that might affect you, and concerning how this crashes affected you, then it's probably time you talked about getting some lawyers. You actually want to get involved? What should they cover? They should cover things like what's the what kind of sports and recreation in hobbies. But this is an important part of people's lives. We started the show with us, and now we're right back at it. And this important, What's your sports and recreation? Hobbies are what's your social activities are and how they've been changed. Or if you're doing them pain if you're if you're only halfway doing them because the paint or if you're not doing them at all. What about work around the house? They did. What? What do you do? What? What's the work? And what's the psychological impact of realizing that you can't do that work now? So all your family members were jumping in there to help take cover those areas or they those things just don't get done, and you have to watch him and look at him and recognizing you not get they're not getting done about house about. House and yard work about you know the grass getting longer and longer having to hire somebody to do it or a recognized you can't get garden the way you normally would, or you know you. You can't be involved in the things you like to do with yard work and how about activities with Children? Or with others. Ah, and in the personal activities that are involved, How about just being able to do the basic the basic purpose personal activities of Of, you know, Try if you've hurt your right arm, Try in your right hand to try brushing her teeth with your left hand sometimes and see what a difference it makes and just being able to get that done. And how much of the blade that caused your life and how that brings back a memory..
"law clerk" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Well, I'm included incredibly disappointed with John Roberts. As you know, I've known known John for 20 nearly 25 years he was a law clerk for Chief Justice Rehnquist, as was ah, he's older than I am. But we've known each other since since I was a very young lawyer. Um, and in fact, we were just talking about Bush versus Gore. Um, I describe in the book One Vote away. How during Bush versus Gore? A number of the senior lawyers who are on the George W. Bush team. I personally called and asked them to come down and participated in. John was one of them. I called John he was practicing law in a law firm in DC He was at the time, probably the top Supreme Court litigator in the country. And John dropped, everything came down and played an integral part in the recount team. And in fact, one story I tell about we're down in Tallahassee at the headquarters. We've got litigation going all over the state. It's chaos. And John, I think it was a Tuesday afternoon is walking out carrying a suitcase and I stopped him. I said John, what? What are you doing? And he said, Well, I'm going back to D. C. Said John. How could you do that? We're in the middle of the biggest fight in the country for the presidency. And and he's somewhat sheepishly admitted, he said. Well, I've got a U. S. Supreme Court argument tomorrow morning. And he flew to D. C. He argued a very complicated intellectual property case. The next morning, he 190 and then immediately died back into being part of the legal team. He's a fabulously talented lawyer. Unfortunately, is a justice..
Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"Epic luck is a professor of law and the Founding Faculty Director of the Solomon Center for Health, Law and policy at Yale Law school she is an expert on Congress and the political process federalism civil procedure and health law among her most recent work is the most extensive empirical study ever conducted about the realities of the congressional lawmaking process published as two articles. In the Stanford Law review she has worked for. A Mayor Governor and senator, but she's here today because she also worked for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg she and fellow former clerk Jillian. Metzger wrote a piece in the new. York. Times just days after Justice GINSBURG staff recalling her impact on them and on equality for men and women in America professor. Thank you for joining us and before we begin our deepest condolences to the loss of your mentor and friend. Thank you so much. It's really a loss for all of us. Yes. Well, I believe you were at the all night vigil last night for Justice Ginsburg I'm hoping you can kind of take us there and describe that experience. Sure. So many people saw on television yesterday the law clerk stood outside to receive the justices casket, which is a typical tradition, but was very striking. I think yesterday because we covered the plaza, an perse because there are so many of us. But second because you were social distancing for covid. So created quite a striking visual I'd ask her ceremony. There is a tradition that other justices have observed where there's an honor guard that guards the casket for the entire time at lays in the court and law clerks at the sign of honor to their boss. Often stand is shifts next to the casket what we did yesterday and are still doing until tomorrow morning actually for the full forty, eight hours, the casket is. The court is that we have two law clerks that are standing by her side every single minute from the time she got to the court through the night. So I was there last night at midnight that another shift at one forty in the morning it's not unique as you know in the Jewish tradition, there is that tradition of standing by the side of the body for burial and several people have asked me wells is happening because she's a Jewish justice. This part of the Jewish tradition at it's a happy coincidence. It's not just for her as happened before, but I was very meaningful I think and really special way to honor her well. Let's talk about just the Ginsberg's impact on you. What did you learn as her clerk started in July two thousand three, right? Yes. Can you talk about your time as for Clark but also impact on you going forward from that time I mean I think her impact on anyone Shane. Countered is really immeasurable as a law clerk for her her work ethic is renowned. She worked harder than anyone I just did another interview with someone else who's I? Well, very supreme court advocate who mentioned that you know nobody prepared more than Justice Ginsburg even the lawyers who are preparing their cases or less prepared than she was on as her law clerk, you could not out prepare her so was she taught us aw was this work ethic and the idea of Being incredibly careful. So you can stand behind your work, one, hundred percent she instilled that in us an enormous way, the other things that she instilled with us during the clerkship or some of her signature qualities. So she was remarkably collegial in the sense that she could disagree and dissent without throwing sharp elbows or causing fights and remaining friendly and close with her colleague. She's obviously the independent thinker. She also had just an amazing life outside the court she basically filled her. Entire. Day She would work until eight pm she would go to the opera than she will come back and work more and she sort of showed you how to have this incredibly full life where you could work hard and you know she wouldn't use your play hard but you know fill your life with all the things you love and every aspect and the last thing say about my time there that her relationship with her husband was as I said before one. For the ages and you could not work for her without seeing that relationship would have birthday parties for every law clerk in her office at her husband. Marty would big cake they were such equal partners. He was her biggest booster her stories through the ages were all about how they supported one another different times in their career. It was really an amazing experience for young person. I was newly married at the time to see that kind of marriage and learn from it. So did she maintain a relationship with her clerks after their terms the court we're up? Oh, absolutely. It was sort of remarkable and a Guy John Stronger and deeper and deeper. Every year I would say that with every passing year I felt closer and closer and closer to her, which is just
An army of RBG's clerks gathered to meet her casket
"Baiter Ginsberg's flag draped casket was greeted on the steps of the Supreme Court by her fellow justices and former law clerks in a somber and moving seen as three days of official remembrance begins for the late justice in his remarks chief justice. John Roberts described her as the daughter of immigrants who face discrimination because she was a woman in eventually became a Rockstar on the nation's highest court win. She spoke people listened Roberts said RPG will lie in repose outside the Court. So the public. Can pay their respects over the next day and on Friday will lie in state at the Capitol. In that is an honor that no other woman has ever gotten rby breaking barriers to the very end. She'll be buried next week at Arlington National
Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life and legacy as she lies in repose
"And tomorrow at the U. S. Supreme Court building. On Friday she will lie in state at the U. S. Capitol. She's the first woman ever to be given this honor all this week. We've been looking back at the life and legacy of Justice Ginsburg and we'll continue that today in 1993. When President Bill Clinton nominated Justice Ginsburg to the Supreme Court, he referred to her as quote the Thurgood Marshall of Gender Equality Law. Begins work herself sometimes pushed back on the comparison to Marshall and his trail blazing civil rights work. I'll take this opportunity to say I don't like the comparison of me. Deserving Marshall because my life was never in danger. His wass he went to his southern town in the morning. I couldn't be sure he'd be alive at the end of the day. I never had that. Kind of threat. That was Justice Ginsburg, speaking in 2018. While much of Ginsberg's legal work indicated clear understandings of racial discrimination, some critics have called out some of her more personal shortcomings when it came to race, for example, Like most of her male colleagues on the bench, she hired few law clerks who were black or people of color. Joining me now is Fatima Goss Graves, president of the National Women's Law, Center. Fatima, Thanks for being with me. Glad to be with you. So how did racial equality factor into some of justice Ginsburg's early legal work? One of the things that I think few people know is when she was at the two women's rights project. She out actually filed a really important Grief in the court in a case involving whether or not there should be the death penalty for rape. And she really used that case and that breathe Toa High light. Both the race tropes around sexual violence for black men. And also the way in which notions of purity that have been attached to white women that they actually are harmful to white women into everyone. And so you know, one of the things that I think may seem more quiet and subtle about her work is that she got really clearly the idea that we were all harmed by discrimination. We were all harm by Whatever form it took, whether is racism, sexism, disability discrimination that that is a through line throughout her work. In yesterday on this show. We've been
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Thousands expected to pay respects as judge lies in repose in Washington DC
"To pay their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg over the next two days as she lies in honor atop the Supreme Court Steps. Chief Justice John Roberts let a private ceremony with family and more than 100 of Ginsberg's former law clerks this morning before 183 majority concurring and descending opinions will steer the court for decades. They are written with the unaffected grace of precision. Ginsberg's absence on the high court could shift its ideological center from Chief Justice Roberts to President Trump's Last nominee, Brett Kavanaugh. More from Bloomberg's Kathleen Hunter could be particularly important when it comes to issues like abortion. That could go before the court and Cavanaugh in particular his propensity to sort of narrowly craft agreement that we've seen our opinions that we've seen so far from him. That could be something that you know becomes very, very decisive. Sources tell Bloomberg Senate Republicans there formulating plans to hold the hearings for President Trump's nominee around October 12th and that could set up a full vote in the Senate. A week of October. 26th President Trump plans to announce his choice to succeed Ginsberg on Saturday. The White House says he will pay his respects to her tomorrow. The government
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's army of clerks to stand guard at the Supreme Court
"To the United States Supreme Court. Her body is arriving now in a black hearse in front of the Supreme Court building here in Washington, D. C. It will be brought inside for a memorial service in a building where she took part in historic rulings over more than a quarter of a century. We want to tell you that her former law clerks and dark suits and dark masks have lined the marble steps in front of the court. Supreme Court police officers are about to carry the casket into the building. Her foiled fellow justices, of course, were there along with court colleagues and family and friends for what is the first of several services. To honor her life and her legacy. Ginsberg lived 87 years was born in the Depression and lived well into the 21st century and her influence on American history spread over decades. Well before her appointment to the Supreme Court. As a lawyer in the 19 seventies, she argued a string of cases before the court, pressing it to recognize the equality of the sexes. As a justice, she authored landmark rulings herself and we're going to bring that service live. NPR's Daniel Kurtz Leben is outside the court. Now as Supreme Court police officers have taken the casket to carry it inside. Daniel, What are you able to see in here? Well from a distance. I can see those. There's just started to carry the casket. And right now, now where I am I'm on the south side of the port, where people are lined up socially distance to to pay their respects to her later this morning, and it's it's really hard for me to convey to you how much she personally met so many people here. I want to play a piece of tape for you. I spoke to a woman named Shaft Collins. She flew here from Colorado. People came from far and wide to come to this today on she told me just how much theater Ginsberg meant to her. Here she is. I have struggled in my own life and her achievements. Let me know that I actually might be able to achieve something in life. I was a homeless veteran for years. And although I'm now late to school, I hope to go to law school one day, so I'm now pursuing my bachelor's, and that's all from having been on the streets after serving in the Army. Yeah, There are so many people who I talked to who who start crying when they talked about received organs, especially women. She she meant so much to a lot of these people.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, aka 'Notorious RBG,' was an unparalleled cultural icon
"Ruth Bader Ginsburg, dubbed in later years, the notorious RBG was the second woman ever to serve on the Supreme Court began her tenure in 1993 President Bill Clinton. Appointed her before that she had a celebrated career as an attorney fighting for equal rights for women. She eventually became a cultural icon for women and Americans of all generations. Lots of local reaction to the death of Ginsberg as of yesterday, one of our former law clerks now sharing a profound impact. Civil rights champion had on her own life and career. For this we go to Komal is Joel Marino small and simple gesture for an icon of the legal community. As people gathered the Seattle center toe honor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she really wanted to ensure that every American heavy equal rights viewed by many as the legal architect of the civil rights movement. In 2002. Ginsburg took on a young and aspiring law clerk who is now a professor at the University of Washington. I feel like I couldn't really hoped for much better of a life in the life that she designed and lived. Elizabeth Porter was there is landmark opinions were forged on same sex rites and affirmative action cases. The experience would shape our own understanding of life. The law in the fight for equality that continues to this day. This is a political tragedy for the country, In my view, were deeply polarized place and we're losing an important steadying voice. Ginsberg herself faced discrimination coming out of law school and turned that into a lifelong quest for equality for all Americans. I think she wass absolutely the best sort of patriot. Aside from a storied career, Porter says Ginsberg loved art and music and was surrounded by people She loved. I can celebrate a beautiful Joyous life well lived. Whatever happens next, Professor Porter says she hopes the legitimacy of the Supreme Court doesn't get dragged down by political scheming in the upcoming appointment process. Now Coleman's Molly Shen reading Governor, Jay Anjali statement on Ginsberg's death, saying, We lost one of the greatest American Patriots to ever serve on the U. S. Supreme Court. Until he went on to say Justice. Ginsburg was a public servant who kept America true to its purpose. She never shied away from vigorously dissenting when the court set back the course of justice. Anjali is among the dozens of politicians and celebrities taking to social media to mourn Justice Ginsburg. They also include former President Bill Clinton, who appointed her. Clinton called Ginsberg a magnificent judge on a wonderful person come on
"law clerk" Discussed on KOMO
"New cases of covert 19 were confirmed in our state over the weekend. Local health managers are encouraged that the number of infection seems to be plateau. Owing almost Brian Calvert tells us there's also encouraging news on the local research front. Scientists at Seattle's Infectious Disease Research Institute are in the midst of their first trial, helping the body fight off covert 19. This was the first patients in the country for this patient for this trial, Alan Lew tells us they're injecting additional cells that fight the Corona virus into the test subject's body. The idea All these killer cells devour the Kobe cells. But a natural killer cell, which was apart from the central harvested from placental from human flu stresses. This isn't a vaccine. This procedure is for those already infected. It's helping her body mounts an immune response to safely destroy the virus and control the infection and further damage from this virus. He's not sure when they're going to be able to announce final results. Brian Calvert Mon use the homeless County Department leaders continue to sound an alarm over a hiring freeze caused by the pandemic Couples, Bill O'Neill explains. Those department leaders say the freeze could affect a number of key functions among the still vacant slots or two still open field officer positions with the county's animal control team, something county auditor Garth fell, says places people and animals at risk because it takes longer for investigators to respond to reports of dangerous animals. The county has cut this year's budget by some $25 million with his Muchas a 10% reduction in next year's budget of possibility. As a result of the continuing pandemic, the county Council has granted some exemptions to the freeze, clearing the way for the recruitment of a law clerk, an office assistant and other staffers. Still, Everett Herald reports a number of positions remain empty request to fill some of them table for now. Hello, Neil. Come. Oh, news. It's a 39 were just a minute away from a comb. O Sports update. Hey, I'm Andy. If you don't know me, it's probably because I'm not famous..
"law clerk" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Reynolds law clerk John Knox also wrote the justice disapproved of the fact that not have been polite to make Reynolds African American servants Harry and Mary Hugo black appointed by Franklin Roosevelt in nineteen thirty seven have been a member of the Ku Klux Klan in Alabama he was a lawyer for the client he stayed on the court longer than you should act in nineteen sixty nine he suffered a stroke quote resulting in a partial loss of memory on quote his health troubles became worse in March nineteen seventy one he started having acute pain in his left ear and a chronic headache over his eye in the back of his head aspirin couldn't help you found it more difficult to concentrate his short term memory was waning well I try to some event of long ago and reminisce black men of the clients seem to lead to paranoia in the months before his resignation and death called black was paranoid about the future expressing fears a governmental collapse that Nixon was preparing a military coup you know it sounds like Sienna Felix Frankfurter another just disappointed by Franklin Roosevelt in nineteen thirty nine he helped launch the career of the notorious spy Alger hiss Frankfurter had been a prominent professor at Harvard Law School before joining the Cordy had great influence in getting as law students prestigious clerkships for Supreme Court justices an audible clerk he obtained for justice Oliver Wendell Holmes was a student named outrageous at Frankfort is urging he became a public service career that included service as a delegate to the Yalta conference where FDR Churchill and Stalin said the boundaries of post war your he would later be named by Whittaker chambers as a spy for the Soviet Union he was tried for perjury in Frankfort in an unprecedented move for a sitting Supreme Court justice served as a character witness for hiss at the trial as dissociate justice Stanley reed another FDR pointy and although Frankfurter obviously would not have known of hisses at the eventual ties to the Soviet Union is a communist spy he know the specific charges when he decided to lend the prestige of his high position in his defense in brown versus board of education nineteen fifty four Frankfort have behaved in a manner that most legal ethicists we consider extremely troubling he collaborated with the former clerk Philip Elman who is serving in the solicitor general's office in the executive branch Frankfurter passed confidential information on element about the positions of his fellow justices and caught in there a conference in the brown case any advice about arguments the government should make this way the court William O. Douglas another FDR point in nineteen thirty nine in a particularly bizarre episode Douglas met a flight attendant on a plane and invited her to visit him at the court we allegedly physically assaulted her was chasing her around the conference and trying to rip the woman's clothing I guess he'd be part of the me too thing would be Mister producer unless is named Biden that they've changed everything his last year on the court Douglas suffered at times from delusion he had a stroke in nineteen seventy Ford which incapacitated him at the age of seventy six for two and a half months but we told the press he had fallen and hurt himself slurred his words he couldn't walk to develop fears that people were trying to kill him though he was chief justice and sprint please said he quit thanks for so bad the justice system best selves took action his refusal to step down despite obvious mental and physical problems that colleagues to decide secretly to stop counting his vote in some cases Charles when occur nineteen fifty seven Eisenhower was said to be vacillating and indecisive and the pressures of the court let him drive enormous break down eight fortis I'll be J. appointed for this to the court in nineteen sixty five he continued to act as an adviser to Johnson was sitting on the court he supplemented his court salary thirty nine thousand five at the time but making money from a foundation set up by a convicted stock swindler fortis resigned from the Supreme Court after it was revealed that while on the bench he pocketed a twenty thousand dollar retainer from the foundation of jail financier Louis Wilson can I go on Thurgood Marshall yes Thurgood Marshall his latter years he spent a lot of his time watching soap operas according to insiders among other things you can look it out C. Hastings is a federal district judge and why he was impeached these are just human beings and perfect and they ought not be undermining the constitution separation of powers as Roberts is doing on a continual basis and now Gorsuch is flirting with the same thing I'll be right back well.
"law clerk" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"It make Reynolds law clerk John Knox also wrote the justice disapproved of the fact that Knox had been polite to make Reynolds African American servants Harry and Mary Hugo black appointed by Franklin Roosevelt in nineteen thirty seven have been a member of the Ku Klux Klan in Alabama he was a lawyer for the client he stayed on the court longer than he should act in nineteen sixty nine he suffered a stroke quote resulting in a partial loss of memory on quote his health troubles became worse in March nineteen seventy one he started having acute pain in his left ear and a chronic headache over his eye and in the back of his head aspirin couldn't help he's kind of more difficult the concentrated short term memory was waning well I try to some event of long ago and reminisce black men of the clients seem to lead to paranoia in the months before his resignation and that call black was paranoid about the future expressing fears a governmental collapse that Nixon was preparing a military coup you know it sounds like CNN Felix Frankfurter another just disappointed by Franklin Roosevelt in nineteen thirty nine he helped launch the career of the notorious spy Alger hiss Frankfurter had been a prominent professor at Harvard Law School before joining the cornea great influence to getting as law students prestigious clerkships for Supreme Court justices an audible clerk he obtained for justice Oliver Wendell Holmes was a student named outrageous at Frankfort is urging he became a public service career that included service as a delegate to the Yalta conference for FDR Churchill and Stalin said the boundaries of post war your his would later be named by what occurred chambers as a spy for the Soviet Union he was tried for perjury in Frankfort in an unprecedented move for a sitting Supreme Court justice served as a character witness for hiss at the trial as it is so see justice Stanley reed another FDR pointy and although Frankfurter obviously would not have known of hisses at the ventral ties to the Soviet Union is a communist spy he know the specific charges when he decided to lend the prestige of his high position in his defense in brown versus board of education nineteen fifty four Frankfort have behaved in a manner that most legal ethicists we consider extremely troubling he collaborated with the former clerk Philip Elman who is serving in the solicitor general's office in the executive branch Frankfurter passed confidential information on the element about the positions of his fellow justices and caught in there a conference in the brown case any advice about arguments the government should make this way the court William O. Douglas another FDR point in nineteen thirty nine in a particularly bizarre episode Douglas met a flight attendant on a plane and invited her to visit him at the court we allegedly physically assaulted her was chasing her around the conference and trying to rip the woman's clothing I guess he'd be part of the me too thanks buddy Mister producer unless is named Biden have have changed everything his last year on the court Douglas suffered at times from delusion he had a stroke in nineteen seventy four in which incapacitated him at the age of seventy six for two and a half months though he told the press he had fallen and hurt himself slurred his words he couldn't walk to develop fears that people were trying to kill him though he was chief justice and sprint please that he quit thanks for so bad the justice system but some slick action his refusal to step down despite obvious mental and physical problems that colleagues to decide secretly to stop counting his vote in some cases Charles when occur nineteen fifty seven Eisenhower was said to be vacillating and indecisive and the pressures of the court let him drive enormous break down eight fortis I'll be getting appointed for this to the court in nineteen sixty five he continued to act as an adviser to Johnson was sitting on the court he supplemented his court salary thirty nine thousand five at the time but making money from a foundation set up by a convicted stock swindler fortis resigned from the Supreme Court after it was revealed that while on the bench he pocketed a twenty thousand dollar retainer from the foundation of jail financier Louis Wilson can I go on Thurgood Marshall yes Thurgood Marshall his latter years he spent a lot of his time watching soap operas according to insiders among other things you can look it out C. Hastings is a federal district judge and why he was impeached these are just human beings and perfect and they ought not be undermining the constitutional separation of powers as Roberts is doing on a continual basis and now Gorsuch is flirting with the same thing I'll be right back in.
"law clerk" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"You do dropping. They'll let me go employment like this. Maybe I should apply maybe give chick actually Barbie shows. She tries talking about unemployment benefits for people that are like independent contractors. Yeah I'm sure you don't care for that right I'll say no right. Yeah you're right. I have to call in the morning but she here. I'm going to dedicate empowering to call you. Can't you can't go on on the website and get into guard? You don't have. A website has a law clerk merchant not a transfer.
"law clerk" Discussed on KCRW
"Is one of them where you can look up charities that you're familiar with and see how their fault and doing your homework the website of these organizations across a lot about what they're doing during this crisis current also love to get your input on this question obviously the greater DC diaper bank serves a very specific function but when there's needs you know everything from arts organizations to restaurants like where where do you even begin yeah I think it's really important to look to the organizations you can do a lot the folks who have the scale and the knowledge to be the most active right now I can tell you that what we've seen with a three hundred percent increase in demand for formula or diapers three percent a personal curtains and a note in my inbox right now there's not even more every day for a bank that I've talked to all around the country is seeing the same thing their databanks communities all over social content is a great way to do it it's all right we have a question here from a listener in Chicago who has the time but maybe not the resources to help let's listen hello my name is Andreas I am a full time law students and was a part time law clerk however as a result of the cove in nineteen pandemic I was laid off so my question is this what are some other non financial means to help those most impacted and those most in need as a consequence of that's a great question with so many people laid off professor so we do have a suggestion for what people who don't have spare resources but do have extra time can do well I'm glad you asked that question because at the Lilly family school we say often that giving is more than just money in other words there other ways that you can help those in need and you can give of your time.
"law clerk" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Forty and let's check in with Jennifer according to John Hopkins university the number of confirmed cases of corona viruses are passed eighty two thousand worldwide Saudi Arabia has suspended foreign telegrams from visiting Islamic holy sites in Mecca and Medina the Cup in nineteen coronaviruses quickly spread from Iran to countries across the Persian Gulf and Germany's highest court has ruled the law clerk whose Muslim can be banned from wearing a head scarf during proceedings the woman is German born with Moroccan heritage she sued because officials would let her wear a head scarf the following court proceedings from the bench we got a crush on the sixty will check out with the you can't find this guy next come back it's a bad time wait where are the groceries I was right about Steve knight Republican Steve knight what about him or drove fast to Steve knight for Congress sign all it said was he's law enforcement in a veterans nothing about trump so there well Mr I'm always right Steve knight doesn't need to put trump on a sign it's his record what do you mean Republican Steve knight voted with trump nearly one hundred percent of the time yeah and I even voted to help trump build the wall devil quadruple actually night voted for trump's wall four times well see signs can be deceiving so can groceries go get him out of that car right now now that you know the truth yeah yeah Republican Steve knight is that trump conservative for Congress paid for a house majority PAC house majority PAC dot com not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee house majority PAC is responsible for the content of this advertising staples has a huge.
"law clerk" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Tips on how to win your injury claim the past few weeks and right now we're gonna talk about one of the most important I mean think about it you're injured in a car crash for example and you want you you think about hiring attorney but maybe you maybe don't want to maybe don't make the call and breads so let's talk about hiring attorneys and what people should look for and what they shouldn't look for well it you know the first thing I think should look for is did you get a chance talk to your attorney before you were reading presented a contract in not talk to your turning on the phone or not talk to even to a law clerk or an associate or or some some person has been hired in a paralegal position or status on the phone and they send you contract and they said sign this contract if the if the attorney can't pick up the phone and talk to you if you're calling to offer there is doing such volume is got so much going on so much turned turnover and so many things happening that they can't put an attorney on the phone to talk to you and make an appointment to bring you win in sit down and talk to you then you won't think twice about whether or not you should be using that attorney was not you should be using a lot for their their high volume law firms in a high volume law firms quite often in for you I would I would be third Gerry about how many people I could probably go to that have been represented by the high volume law firms the talk to their attorney may be zero times or one time in maybe the one time they talk to is when they were coming in to pick up the check and the the attorney was talking to about getting some kind of testimony in asset you know that they haven't really talked to an attorney they haven't talked to anybody they haven't met with anybody that makes his chance to go in the office to meet with him now there are some clients who are like that some place you don't want to the to come into your office they don't want to spend the time to do that they just want to do by the phone and they don't care whether or not they're talking to an attorney but you eat when you're trying to win your personal injury claim now is there there's there about three things I think are essential our social first of all you should have one of our action of packets in your car so you can identify what's going on with the accident packet just identify which can do in a crash we've talked about what you should do and it crashes all normal stuff but trying to get it done when you're in the middle of the crash and you've been bashed into is very difficult the second thing is the is the definitive guide line of car insurance you've got to have that book if she should be contacting as we give them away for free and if you don't have your car insurance ready if you don't have your insurance coverage ready you can have a tough time winning your case because you're depending on the other guy when it for you and then last thing is you've got to make sure out of those three things you've got to make sure that you get to talk to an attorney in and why would you sign a contract with somebody that you've never even met the you haven't talked to the you don't know who's going to represent you or are you happy with the paralegal or with some intake person or some investigator representing you know sometimes it is and under the circumstances there's an emergency and sometimes us so we have to get started with an attorney but that's very very rare I mean sometimes people call us and and they have they have an emergency and so we they've got to get going sometimes very the statue locations as emergency and so we do that but that that's also one percent of the cases batter so right you've got to be able to talk to an attorney if you come to Berlin Pollock you will meet with a licensed attorney will talk to a licensed attorney and you won't be just treated like a number and I will be just a volume a transaction and it we we have preached for years that in order to win your injury claim we the as attorneys have to know you you have to know us and more and more importantly we have to explore how this injury has affected you your family your life how it will affect you so it's important to pick out the right attorneys is important and I and I've said it before the show but before you know it is not just like our caller drive by attorney here what we'll either since I'm an investigator out to you or your your house in your home or your hospital room and then you just sign the papers and well made maybe we'll talk to you later that's kind of like a drive by you know we do hospital visits we do in home visits we visit with you we meet with you and yet you know.
Justice Neil Gorsuch Tells Us What Life Is Like on the Supreme Court
"That'd be lying if I said I wasn't nervous right now because there have been one hundred hundred fourteen Supreme Court justices in the history of the United States and we are joined by one of them today. Our guest is just as Neil Gorsuch also author of public if you can keep a bit which is now a New York Times bestselling Book Justice Gorsuch. Thank you so much for joining us today. It's a delight to be here. The last time I was at the Bush library was during the ground breaking ceremony good morning moving some dirt. You've made some progress. We've got we are really proud of that progress to and we have a special co host today. Toby young was with the Bush Center from the start until she left recently spent a year as a clerk at the Supreme Court for Justice Gorsuch. Her title here was legal counsel but really she was a lead voice of Wisdom. Toby really glad you're back today. Thank you Andrew. It's wonderful to be back and see so many great friends and to get to bring justice gorsuch to see the library. Toby just finished her year with me and you realize according to our librarians. She's apparently the first enrolled tribal member to ever serve. There's a law clerk at the Supreme Court reading that it's which which is it chickasaw chickasaw which what side of your family's not from it's my father's side. That is amazing that we've had that as many people that have come through working there. You're the first and it also goes to show that the that you bring in multiple voices and I think that's a huge part of being a part of our government a few western Voice Colorado as like yourself and in Oklahoma Toby's very proud western voices so justice. This is gorsuch. I've started reading your book a republic if you can keep it and there's some great civics lessons in there but before we really get to civics and history. I wanted to talk a little bit about what it's like like being on the Supreme Court. I think there's a bit of a mystery there for a lot of us and the way you described it. Almost sounds like just any other office in the United States in any other workplace. What what is fly fly on the Supreme Court It's both very different than any of the workplace and very much the same. It's obviously an honor and humbling privileged. Come come to work in a place where only one hundred fourteen men and women have ever served in the work we do important. There's no question about it at the same time. It's nine people to small office. Only a couple of hundred people in the whole building people get to know one another care for one another. I clerked. They're twenty five three years ago and there are even employees. They're remember me or claim to from my days a law clerk about that and we do have fun together. I mean I think that's one thing we don't hear enough about in our fractious click. Ah World is that people are still people. An even justices are people we shake hands every time and we get together no matter how difficult to moment or tends to the issue and that traditions gone on for fifty years or so we eat lunch together the most days that we have argument or conference which is most dates and of course the government so it's bring your own lunch. we sing happy birthday to one another. We have holiday parties where we also sing very very badly but enthusiastically toby brought her daughter in participated in one of our annual events. Won't you tell them about that toby. Well a little known secret is the justices offices put on a trick or treat party for the children of the employees at the Supreme Court but even better my justice justice gorsuch escorted the kids to every every office and I can tell you who maybe had a little more fun than anyone and it was just a wonderful event to have pictures with Romley meeting justices pisses and other children and just you know she was because Justice gorsuch loves families and has two girls of his own. He really allowed her to be sort of the mascot of chambers this year she wrote her tricycle down the hall and got to know everybody and little things you would never guess happen behind the doors of the Supreme
"law clerk" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Know, unfortunately enjoyed watching legal shows law and order and things like that, even though the practice of law is nothing like any of the shows you've ever seen. Right. I encourage anybody that wants to go to law school to try to maybe find an internship at a law firm to see what if actually like because it's a lot of money to go to law school. The good thing about a law degree is that can be used for other stuff, not just a lot of politicians are, quote, unquote, lawyers, but never practiced law CEO's, same way. So it's a good degree to have. But before you're going to jump in and spend that money, I think you kinda need to see how sausages actually made in what Boston legal says it is. Right. We delete of stories. I mean because he worked as you know, I mean, worked in the law clerk, what I think saying, taking recycle bins. Right, does an intern in an undergrad at a law firm for six hundred hours, something ridiculous trashman's just to see what it was like, am I my first job was as, as a law clerk after graduate law school, I ever at a law firm. So you know, it's kinda you know, but I always I also kind of like him new had a lot of passion for helping finding giving good advice, you know, kind of being, you know, always talking to people wanting to give my opinions on certain things, but I always loved real estate so when that kind of change in two thousand six to seven I was almost house in position where my dad said you have to do something with your life. Right. And so late when I found law school and just applied online and I actually found myself in law school found myself, enjoying it for the first time found myself excelling. As a student where, you know, undergrad I kind of I was just going through the motions, but found myself really enjoying what it was. And so, you know, I think it goes back to his I love what he said, is, if you have the opportunity any, you really got to know what it's like and experience different things, and you might find yourself thinking, you're never going do criminal law. But professor of mine made me take a criminal externships in Michigan. Man, I learned a lot. But I also learned that, that I wanna do don't wanna do. Right. And not because not because it's not important, but because it just wasn't going to make me wasn't going to give me the drive that I knew I want it that made sense. Absolutely anybody, you know that thinks they know about lawn. And, you know, I've got a hire an attorney. I mean it's exactly like doctor, there are so many specialties, even if you as a child say, I want to go to law school, then begins the process of narrowing down. And I guess that might talking to anybody. That's thinking about going to law school right now that might have a lot to do with their personality. You're like just like you said real estate. You love that I would tell anybody that's going to go to law school. Don't make a decision of what type of law, you wanna do going into law school. Because you're gonna take a bunch of different classes, and they're gonna you're gonna say, I would never do criminal law. And then you go do mock trial, so have an open mind. There's a lot of a lot of different types. Of laws there, a lot of different specialties, a lot of things you can do have an open mind going into it. Because like I said, you might see some on TV that's what I wanna do. But ultimately, that may not be what you like, once you once you get it, it's a great career. I mean it did really is, and what, what the best part about, as you can pretty much anything you really want and it opens. It can open a lot of doors for you to opportunities for you. But most importantly, you know, we really got to like, it's when we, we take a lot of, you know, we made a pretty. We made a sizeable contribution with, with Saint Mary's for they're kind of into their career development in the ideas when you come in you clerk, you're not going to get rich in your pocket. What you're going to get rich in your mind. You can't take any of that ever way from you. And the idea is at the end of the end semester, he might have an opportunity for job. But the question is did you like what you did it sound great when you walked in? But did you enjoy this? Did you find yourself reading articles about this furthering if you didn't the thing is I can't take that away from your out of your head? If you're going to. Even if you wanna go somewhere else. But if you can't find yourself doing that, then you might want to reconsider that because that's the type of that we do article, did you see this in those things, you have to force me to retire articles day? It's I know you can't force somebody learn how to do that doing.
"law clerk" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"For making rational decisions based on their circumstances. What did you work two jobs, and you need your kid to come home with a latch key? The crime you're trying to put food on the table, and that's a crime. So. As you probably know Utah past of free range kids law parenting law, and it's good. I mean, it says that it's not a crime. It's not negligence to let your kid school. Wait, three in a car or come home with a latchkey though that they had to pass a law to say to clarify that this is not those things you cannot interpret. Insane. Estates are considering similar laws. Six states considering them now, and they should we prefer is that only blatant disregard for child, safety and welfare should be considered neglect because everything everybody has to make seat of the pants decisions. You know, you're you're you're going to drop the kid off at school. But now these sick to keep them home the other one I mean, nobody can Cran for every eventuality in in family life, and to have to worry that your decision to let the kid wait in the car while you go in and get the Tylenol because she's, you know, finally fell asleep, and she's had the flu that that should not be like the states should not be a consideration. When you're making a normal parenting decision. So I'm hoping that I talked to a person who had who had had left their kid in the car to go. Put the grocery cart away in the grocery cart canal like three three or four maybe five. Carve parking spaces away. Across the west a woman. A woman is hyperventilating at his window. Break the window on the car the kids look at as far as state interferences concern. Here's a headline that I had ready to go for tonight. And I don't know if we'll get into forego Oregon to become the first state to mandate. Universal home visit of all families with new burns. Oh my God. Lenore thanks for coming on back on free talk live with us here tonight. That our company and personnel. You'll wear a law clerk that you check her out over at let grow dot org. And we'll look forward to seeing you this July for freedom fest..
"law clerk" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Then neither those got worse. And so. It was one of those things where looking back I spent so much time to hold on to grasp the splintered shards of site that I had you know, I was so convinced that losing any more. So would be so awful and that blindness would be. Conquerable that, you know, looking back man, the quote unquote site that I had really wasn't wasn't that great. And wasn't that much fun? You know, maybe I should have been more keen to embrace. Dependent life without having to worry about sort of holding out of shard that any. When you lost your sight, and you went into business as an entrepreneur. Is there any reason why you chose one field over another field? No, no. I. Shortages now, I kinda followed various passions along the way. It's always a passion of yours to do what you were doing. Yeah. Yes. College. I loved math computer science that was that just sort of think that way my father wasn't attorney of of the best. I know. And so I kinda always knew I wanted to go to law school. So after college I started in internet advertising technology business about brother-in-law. We of got that running for a dead, man. Then I figured I'd go back to law school with their learn how to think like my dad and not let a wonderful stretch of experiences in law working for the federal government. I in the Justice department arguing appeals and then for the court as a law clerk to the first two female Justice in court. Which was awesome. And then, you know from their circumstances. Tour took me to the big international law firm solar sort of a faceless. Practice of law as a business which I didn't like it all which which led me to jump back into. Version. I think we're going to go to a quick break. If you could please hold, and we'll talk to you again in a few minutes on the other side, if you don't mind. All right away..
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"Laws that have wrongly and disproportionately harm the African American community. The first step act gives nonviolent offenders the chance to reenter society as productive law abiding citizens now states across the country or following our lead America is a nation. That believes in redemption, we are also joined tonight by Matthew Charles from Tennessee. In nineteen ninety six at the age of thirty Matthew was sentenced to thirty five years for selling drugs and related offenses over the next two decades, he completed more than thirty bible. Studies became a law clerk and mentored many of his fellow inmates. Now, Matthew is the very first person to be released from prison under the first step act. Matthew. Thank you. Matthew. Welcome.
Trump apologizes 'on behalf of the nation' to Kavanaugh during swearing-in
"Just as bread Kavanagh. Again, took the oath for a seat on the supreme court in the ceremony in the White House eastern. I. Administer justice. Without this person's. I always lose. President Trump apologized to the cabinet family for the bruising confirmation battle that focused on charges of sexual misconduct. When we half of our nation. I want to apologize to bread and the entire cavenaugh family for the terrible pain and suffering. You have been forced to endure. Kevin. I said he has promoted women throughout his career on proud that all four of my newly hired law clerks at the supreme court are women. If I in the history of the supreme court.
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"Gordon is that it's moving relatively fast. But here in Biloxi, the next twenty four hours will carry threat of heavy rain storm surge flooding and tornadoes today was the first day of judge Brett Kavanagh's, President Trump supreme court Justice nominee confirmation hearing after hours of hearing from senators on the Senate Judiciary committee cavenaugh Gaby's opening statement, judge Brett Kavanagh's opening statement touched on a variety of topics. He thanked the president for the nomination his family for their support. And also described effort he's made to help women and minorities majority of my forty eight law clerks have been women more than a quarter of my law clerks have been minorities. Cavanaugh also thanked his mother who is also a judge. But in her twenties taught in. In predominantly black public schools
Coats calls Russian efforts to intervene in U.S. elections 'pervasive and ongoing'
"From townhall. Dot com on Peter's, security officials say Russia poses a continuing threat to American election. Amid complaints the White House has gone easy on Russian efforts to disrupt. American elections a platoon of security and intelligence officials, told reporters we're aware of the threat and we're. Pushing back we continue to see a pervasive messaging campaign by Russia to try to weaken and divide United States director of. National intelligence Dan, Coats says the effort isn't as robust as it was two, years ago but cautioned you just click away from becoming so national. Security adviser John Bolton claimed Trump warned Vladimir Putin about interference at their meeting in Helsinki the one in which Trump appeared to accept. Putin's denials I'm Warren Levinson four law clerks to retiring supreme. Court Justice Anthony Kennedy are praising high, court candidate Brad Kavanagh as a fair minded and conscientious successor the former clerics and a letter Thursday to Senator Chuck Grassley the Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee and Senator, Dianne Feinstein, the ranking democratic member they described. Cavenaugh as supremely qualified, Grassley says the amount of documents already amassed on cavenaugh the. Most ever one of my researchers said that maybe compared to the last. Five supreme court nominees it would be more than, all of them added together Kevin is facing fierce. Opposition by Democrats because of the possibility of Roe versus Wade being overturned White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is refusing. To distance yourself, from President Trump's assertions that the news media is the enemy, of the American people Sanders was pressed on the question Thursday by. C. n. n.'s Jim Acosta I've addressed this question I've address my personal feelings I'm here to speak on behalf of the president he's. Made his comments clear the car fire near Redding California has. Now claimed six lives and destroyed some, one thousand sixty homes and is the sixth most destructive wildfire in California history more on these stories Is at townhall dot com This report. Is, sponsored by Ramco mortgage now here's the answer is real estate. And mortgage analyst as expected the fed less short-term, interest rates unchanged on Wednesday following their two day monetary, policy meeting the fed statement use the word strong several times to describe the economy's performance business investments household. Spending and the labour market meanwhile mortgage. Rates were. Unchanged with conforming no point thirty are fixed rates averaging four and a half percent and fifty as closer to four percent. Now for something completely different did you know that many skyscrapers in Hong Kong are built with a gaping hole in the middle of the holes are to allow the dragons from the mountains to pass through them to reach waters as dragons are believed to.
2 American cyclists among 4 dead in possible terror attack in Tajikistan
"Choose to stay behind they're not only placing themselves, and their families endanger placing firefighters and emergency personnel, endanger Chester county sheriff Tom nkohse Says the latest victim was in his home when it was destroyed despite a mandatory evacuation order investigators are. Looking into the second officer involved. Shooting in thirty six hours involving police, at Aurora, two people are dead after the, call a break in near Mont and I o Iowa we are dealing with, several people involved in. This incident and so I don't want to speculate. On everybody who may or may not be hospital Kenneth forest with Aurora police. Says no officers were, hurt over the weekend Aurora police shot and killed a suspect after tracking that person, to Adams county a. Possible terror attack claims the lives of two Americans in two Europeans touring Tadjikhistan by bicycle car ran into the. Group of seven cycle tourists on Sunday and Tajikistan's south please said those inside the vehicle then got. Out and attacked the cyclist with knives and a firearm police there said three suspects. In the attack have now been found and neutralized the reports at least two suspects were killed in, a struck Ogle with offices especially Rievaulx. ABC news Moscow the oldest Justice on. The United States Supreme court says she plans. To stay on the bench for another five years Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she'd like to stay. On the court until she's ninety Ginsburg is already hired law clerks for at least two more terms the happy. Campers are, gathered at the UC health training center for day three of Broncos, training camp for some. Fans Broncos cap is about a lot more than who makes the cut for this fan and her father it's a bond that are racist years. And miles of separation we made, a pact to come out every year. No matter like where I was living or where he was living and so it's kind of just our. Tradition now to come out to training camp and make the drive together, Broncos preseason play begins August eleventh when they host the Minnesota Vikings in. Baseball the Rockies are in Saint Louis tonight play the cardinals our coverage starts at five thirty right now. On Wall Street the Dow is down sixty seven points our next news update is. At ten.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, TSA and United States discussed on KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green
"Opened the case of oh skill is over a hundred degrees and winds will complicate efforts of weary fire crews battling wildfires across parts. Of California this afternoon the death toll now at eight at. The car fire near reading empty homes have resulted in. Several arrests for looting and Dan Simon is covering the people fleeing the fire there you have so many people that remain under an evacuation order about thirty eight thousand or. So all the hotels are completely full you can't even get a reservation somewhere and the. Evacuation centers a lot of them are at maximum capacity as well another. Ten thousand people are under evacuation orders and Mendocino. And Lake County where some of the other dozen or so blazes are burning eighty five year old supreme court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she hopes to serve at least five more years on. The court she is all ready hired law clerks for at least two more terms you may not be Paranoid after all somebody, may, really be watching you and it may be the TSA the Boston Globe reports there is an unknown till now TSA programmer passengers, behavior is being monitored more closely than we thought correspondent Rene Marsh, tells us the TSA calls it the quiet skies program air marshalls are now focused on monitoring unsuspecting passengers. Who are not suspected of a specific crime have not been convicted of a crime and they're not on any terror watchlist ahead of. A trip to Singapore Malaysia and Indonesia secretary of state Mike. Pompeo has announced the United States is going to start. Investing in the region today I'm announcing one hundred and thirteen million dollars in new US initiatives to support areas of the future digital economy energy and infrastructure the move is. Expected to counter Chinese attempts to exert more power in that region on Wall Street the. NASDAQ has recovered somewhat after dropping one percent earlier on tech stocks now. Showing a loss of Only sixty six points the Dow and the s&p are also both. Down moderately I'm Michael Toscano Email phishing attacks cost businesses billions annually.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg aims to serve "at least five more years"
"Sunday said. He believes Michael Cohen was once a good attorney but recording clients is a dish bobble. Offense obviously obviously I knew that I would never send him as. A reputable lawyer I just said he was a scoundrel Giuliani s said that violates attorney client privilege but Coen's attorney Lanny Davis said in, just talking about the case Giuliani has violated it. To Giuliani says they can. Address it and has been very helpful to us because. Now we've been able to put out the whole. Transcript with contradicts several things that Lanny Davis says the president re tweeted an. Old post Sunday in which Cohen called him, honest and. Transparent supreme court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she hopes, to serve at least five more years on the cord Ginsberg spoke. Out yesterday after attending a play in New York about, the late Justice, Antonin, Scalia she noted that she is eighty-five and would like to, stay on. The, court until she's Ninety the courts oldest Justice pointed out that former Justice John Paul Stevens left the court when he was ninety Ginsburg said based on that she has about at least five more years and she's already hired, law clerks for at least two. More terms a police are investigating an apparent murder suicide that left five people dead near Corpus Christi police in Rob's down responded to a shooting at a nursing home Friday evening and. Found three people shot to death Erasmo floor is is the Rob's town chief of police To a room were Mr. story was Also located were inside the room near the suspect They've been, identified as, sixty, year, old Richard story the shooter, his stepmother Thelma Montalvo and his eighty-five year-old. Father Ernest story at the elderly couple's. Home nearby two more people were found shot dead they're identified as Montale those forty one year old son and, the couple's adopted thirteen year. Old. Side right now no motive has been established awesome city officials. Are being told to consider changing their city's name a new report by Austin's equity office identifies confederate monuments in the city as well as. Streets and neighbourhoods named after confederates and slave owners the report points, out that Austin is named after Stephen f. Austin the father of Texas and notes that. He opposed efforts to abolish slavery, in the state also on the list of locales it'd be possibly renamed peace park the Bouldin creek neighborhood. Barton springs and ten streets named for William Barton the Daniel. Boone of Texas who was a slave owner renaming the capital of. Texas would likely require a citywide election w away I news Eight thirty seven. Traffic and weather together in a minute but first, check of, your money, in, the, world of business has tradings, already underway this report service I mart credit..
Trump focused on Kavanaugh, Kethledge for Supreme Court: source
"The week off you'll be back on monday michael philatelic sitting in this morning good morning coming up in this hour the president says they're down to three supreme court shortlist down to three with two on the inside track we are being told several outlets reporting today on both left and right the three judges are brett kavanagh amy coney barrett and raymond catholic with cavanaugh and barrett as the top two at the moment that might not be the greatest choice we'll explain why in just a second jared halpern fox news radio we'll take a look at all three supreme court candidates this morning we start with brad kavanagh judge brett cavanaugh would succeed his former boss he was a law clerk for supreme court justice anthony kennedy since two thousand six kevin has been a judge in the court of appeals for the dc circuit often stop for future supreme court justices cavanaugh worked in president george w bush's white house and before that worked with ken in starr's investigation of then president bill clinton one issue sure to get attention in a confirmation hearing at two thousand nine article for the minnesota law review cabinet argued presidents generally should be exempt from time consuming and distracting lawsuits and investigations there is some conservative resistance to cavenaugh for his dissent in an affordable care act challenge on the appeals court cavenaugh cited the anti injunction act concluding intel taxes associated with the law winning to affect the law could not be challenged that ruling critics say created a roadmap to uphold the individual mandate cavanagh grew up in the dc area before attending yale for undergraduate and law school in washington jared halpern fox news.
Trump focused on Kavanaugh, Kethledge for Supreme Court
"The shelters i x ray machine and for surgery tables and much more and there will be grooming and photo rooms to ensure homeless shelter pets look their best for potential adopters the animal care center is expected to open in late summer two thousand nineteen paul miles newsradio eight forty w h a s multiple reports say president trump has narrowed the list of possible supreme court nominees down to three names the three contenders are appeals court judges brett cavanaugh raymond catholic and amy coney barrett cavanaugh and cutlet served as law clerks to justice anthony kennedy while barrett clerked for justice antonin scalia president trump is expected to announce his pick for the supreme court next monday the trump administration has given an update on its efforts to reunite separated children with their parents who were arrested after they illegally crossed the us mexico border to government is now giving a rough estimate of the number of children still separated from their parents health and human services secretary alex as our says it's under three thousand including approximately one hundred children under the age of five as our says the government will comply with recent court order demanding that all the children be returned to their parents within thirty days as our says that's an artificial timetable and he says it could thwart proper vetting of what he calls purported parents steven portnoy washington a new lgbt youth.
POLITICO Playbook: Trump gets a chance to shape America for decades
"To an end after seven years apple and samsung electronics told the judge save resolve their first file but last remaining of the legal disputes at one span four competence the string of lawsuits started in two thousand eleven after steve jobs apple's co founder who died that year threatened to go thermonuclear on rivals that use the android operating system the companies didn't disclose terms of the accord s and p futures are of three and a half points this morning dow futures up twenty three nasdaq futures are up ten and a straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is bloomberg thank you karen at brings us to six oh seven on wall street a vacancy ahead on the us supreme court bloomberg's michael barr with that and more good morning good morning bob federal appeals court judge brad kavanagh former anthony kennedy law clerk with close ties to the retiring supreme court justice is emerging as a top contender to replace his former boss that's according to to us officials familiar with the trump administration's thanking president trump says he will start the effort to replace kennedy immediately and make a choice from a list of twenty five contenders justice kennedy announced his retirement yesterday trump spoke to a rally in north fargo north dakota last night and i'm very honored that he chose to do it during my tournament office because he felt confident in me to make the right choice and carry on his great legacy that's why democratic senate minority leader chuck schumer on the senate floor said it would be the height of apocryphal for the senate to vote on a new justice before the november midterm elections this is the most important supreme court vacancy for this country in at least a generation democrats say they are echoing and arguments senate majority leader mitch mcconnell made as he blocked a confirmation vote on president obama's final supreme court nominee before the twenty sixteen presidential election president trump and russian president vladimir putin will hold their first bilateral summit next month the white house and kremlin settled on helsinki for the summit according to fox news defense secretary james mattis met his south korean counterpart in seoul today that is said us diplomats are working closely with south korea in trying to achieve north korea's complete andy reversible denuclearization of the korean peninsula suspend the guardian exercise increased opportunity for diplomatic be good here increasing prospects for a peaceful global news twenty four hours a day on aaron at tick tack on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob thank you michael now six zero nine on wall street time.