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FindLaw's Don't Judge Me

FindLaw's Don't Judge Me is the show about the law in real life. Listen as hosts Andy, Joe and Laura discuss the good, the bad, and the hilarious about current legal events and hot topics. We hope you have as much fun listening as we have making it.

Hosts:  Andy Leonatti, Joe Fawbush and Laura Temme

Sound Engineer: Laura Temme

Producer: Joe Fawbush

 

Dec 22, 2020

On this very special episode, the last of 2020, our hosts look back on lawyer shenanigans throughout the year. We discuss everything from Rudy Giuliani's "Four Seasons" press conference to . . . other things Rudy Giuliani did. But don't worry, there are plenty of attorney follies and foibles to go around. Then,...


Dec 10, 2020

Why do we have so many names for lawyers? Our hosts answer this pressing question and discuss the least (and most) pretentious way to introduce yourself as a member of the bar. Plus: Is it worth it to get an L.L.M.?

Hosts:

Laura Temme, J.D.

Ally Marshall, Attorney-at-Law

Joe Fawbush, Esq.

Andy Leonatti, who is secure...


Dec 3, 2020

It's likely we'll continue to see executive orders play a large role in the Biden Administration. How wide a latitude do presidents have when issuing EOs? We discuss all things relating to executive orders on this episode, plus Ally provides some helpful tips for getting a gift for the lawyer in your life. 

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Nov 12, 2020

With everything going on you may not have had time to celebrate the best holiday of the year - Love Your Lawyer day! We're here to rectify that with Alameda County criminal defense attorney Louis Goodman. His own podcast "Love Thy Lawyer" takes an in-depth look at how attorneys experience the practice of law.  

Also, if...


Oct 22, 2020

Tired of the . . . everything? Getting away sounds nice. We hear Venus has a tropical environment. 

That's right, we're boldly going to space this episode. We talk all about space law, the Space Force, and, of course, Star Trek. Join us for a little much-needed fun about this emerging area of the law.