Amicus With Dahlia Lithwick | Law, Justice, and the Courts

A show about the law, and the nine Supreme Court justices who interpret it for the rest of America.

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Impeachment and the “Spy Stuff”

House Intelligence Committee member Rep. Jim Himes on the intersection of the law and national security.


 2019-10-29  37m

The Conservative Legal Resistance

Stuart Gerson on the case for impeachment from the right, plus Cyrus Habib on listening.


 2019-10-26  1h0m

Impeachment Primer

Answering all the questions you’ve had about the constitutional crisis but were afraid to ask.


 2019-10-12  1h9m

Get Ready for the Most Significant Supreme Court Term in a Decade

The justices are tackling abortion, guns, DACA, and LGBTQ rights.


 2019-10-05  47m

How Donald Trump Weaponizes the Law

From his first real-estate suits all the way to Ukrainegate, Trump’s legal (and extralegal) bag of tricks.


 2019-09-28  1h22m

The Clerk’s Eye View of Justice John Paul Stevens

Remembering the late Supreme Court justice with Professors Sonja West and Jamal Greene.


 2019-09-14  1h8m

Redefining The Executive Power

Overturning the conventional wisdom on presidential powers with a radical reading of constitutional history.


 2019-08-31  57m

Lawyers, Who Needs 'Em?

What the lack of legal representation in the civil courts can teach us about justice.


 2019-08-17  41m

Let's Start with Race

Michele Goodwin on America’s defining issue, and on papering over the gaping holes in the constitution.


 2019-08-03  1h6m

The End of an Era, and the Cult of the Constitution.

What we lost with the passing of Justice John Paul Stevens, and Mary Anne Franks on what we lose when we unquestioningly revere the nation’s founding document.


 2019-07-20  1h1m