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FindLaw's Don't Judge Me

FindLaw's Don't Judge Me podcast covers what life as a lawyer is really like. Listen as hosts Ally, Andy, Laura, and Joe bring you a broad range of perspectives from the legal community. We hope you have as much fun listening as we have making it.

Hosts: Ally Marshall, Andy Leonatti, Laura Temme, and Joe Fawbush

Sound Engineer: Paul Hjellming

Producer: Joe Fawbush


Jul 2, 2020

June is the best time of the year for Supreme Court buffs. While we are still waiting for a few important cases, the Justices have already delivered some momentous - and surprising - decisions. We discuss.

Then Andy reviews Perry Mason, the prestige HBO legal drama, in the popular "Thumbs Down" segment. 

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Jun 18, 2020

Making any real sense of qualified immunity may be beyond the ability of any lawyer - or judge, for that matter. But our hosts do explain the doctrine, how and why it was created, how it's applied today in civil rights cases involving police use of excessive force, and the reason some are calling for its end.


Jun 4, 2020

Access to justice has again become a part of the national conversation in the wake of the death of George Floyd. Unfortunately, systemic inequality is not limited to the criminal justice system. 

Elizabeth Sauer and Lilo Schluender are supervising attorneys at Central Minnesota Legal Services, which provides legal help...

May 21, 2020

What do toilet flushes, the grim reaper, and recent law school graduates have in common? Well, this year it's several things, but mostly they are all being discussed on today's episode.

Now that graduates are facing the worst job market for new attorneys in over a decade, what can they do to get their legal careers...

May 7, 2020

Joan Bibelhausen, Executive Director of Minnesota Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, joins us to talk about attorney wellness, including what services are available to lawyers working to manage mental health during the pandemic and when to reach out for help.  

For links to lawyer assistance programs by state, as well...