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Exposing the Good, the Bad, and the Funny of the Law

Exposing the Good, the Bad, and the Funny of the Law

De-Briefing the Law

a legal overview with a dose of humor

2 Attorneys. 1 Conservative Republican. 1 Liberal Democrat. Joel Oster and Chris Marohn come together for an hour every week for thought-provoking yet humorous discussions of what is happening in the world's headlines. Keep tuned in so you don't miss the Wacky Case of the Week in every episode.

Our podcast reviews legal happenings, Supreme Court cases and other legal news.

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What Kind of Lawyer Are You?

When you walk into court, are you that cute unsuspecting lawyer who charms a jury? Or are you the pit bull who is constantly in attack mode? Comedian John Oliver did a hilarious video where he depicted the Supreme Court justices as dogs. And I have to admit, he pegged the justice’s personalities. Watch the […]

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Major Cases of this Supreme Court Term

Supreme Court Sweeps is nearly over, and what a great season this was at the United States Supreme Court! Sweeps week, for those of you that cable television is a distant memory, is the time when big things happen on TV shows to attract viewership and ad money. If something crazy is going to happen […]

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Supreme Court Hands NCAA 9-0 Defeat

While normally I am no fan of collegiate blowouts as they make for really boring entertainment, this collegiate blowout was fairly entertaining. Because in the biggest matchup of the year, the NCAA got walloped by a team of 9 octogenarians. Can we say skunked? That’s right. The Supreme Court handed the NCAA a 9-0 whooping, […]

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Joel Oster
Learn & Laugh with Joel Oster

Joel is a seasoned constitutional attorney and regular speaker to attorneys and non-attorneys alike. He represented the town of Greece, New York in the landmark constitutional case Galloway v. Greece. Joel argued the case before the United States District Court for the Western District of New York and the Second Circuit, and was part of the legal team presenting the case to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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