Jack and Cam say farewell in their last episode as hosts of the Legal Ease. Jack and Cam introduce Willie Walsh and Joe Cooper: the new hosts of the Legal Ease. Hunter Schoen, Tim Robinson, and Chris Ortte discuss Season 2. Kenzie Schott, the Editor in Chief, discusses the successful year of Volume 77.
Jack and Cam are back for their second to last episode in the booth. Bayou Barrister discusses Alluvion and Dereliction. Hunter Schoen discusses some mischievous judges. Tim Robinson discusses paying college athletes. Megan Rials discusses Migraines and the ADA.
Professor Michael Coenen discusses Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, the Nuclear Option, and related topics. Hunter Schoen discusses Anna Nicole Smith in C’mon Judge. Tim Robinson, Street Law correspondent, travels to California to discuss the CalExit movement. Chris Ortte, as the “Bayou Barrister,” discusses the difference between petitory and possessory actions.
Jack and Cam return after a long finals season; Bayou Barrister (Chris Ortte), Street Law with Tim Robinson, and C’mon Judge (Hunter Schoen) return during their break to update everyone on various aspects of the legal world.
The Legal Ease is back to discuss the legality of Traffic Cameras with attorney Mark Hill. Tim Robinson discusses “Ballot Selfies” in “Street Law with Tim Robinson.” Hunter Schoen talks about a law clerk who decided she could not wait to be a judge in “C’mon Judge”. The “Bayou Barrister” returns.
Street Law with Tim Robinson
Ballot Selfies Lawsuit
Law Clerk wants to be a Judge
Complaint against Rhonda Crawford
Synallagmatic — 1908
Simulation — 2025
Effects as to Third Persons — 2028
Mayor Landrieu Announces Traffic Camera Increase
Traffic Cameras are a Municipal Moneymaking Scam — VICE
Sample Traffic Camera Ticket from Ohio