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The Legal Ease
43 minutes | Sep 14, 2018
Season IV, Episode 1: What's the Line on Louisiana Sports Betting?
In the first episode of Season Four, host Catherine Briley takes a chance on discussing Murphy v. NCAA, the Supreme Court's decision holding a federal ban on legalized sports betting unconstitutional, and its potential effects on Louisiana with Paul West, a professor of Gaming Law at PMH. She also checks in with MJ Hernandez, the new Editor in Chief of the Louisiana Law Review to discuss his goals for Volume 79. Music Credit: the most excellent Professor Wendell Holmes and the Holmes Family Band.
39 minutes | Jun 13, 2018
Season III, Episode 7: Parting Words
Season III, Episode 7: Parting Words by Louisiana Law Review
45 minutes | Apr 20, 2018
An Answer to Chronic Pain: The State of Medical Marijuana in Louisiana and the US
Jacob Irving was diagnosed at birth with Spastic Quadriplegia, a rare form of Cerebral Palsy. Jacob began a life long quest to understand his condition. In this search, Jacob discovered research using cannabinoids, a main compound in marijuana, to treat muscle stiffness arising from Cerebral Palsy. He also found out that medical marijuana had been legal in Louisiana for treating Spastic Quadriplegia since 1991. Unable to understand why patients such as himself could not get access to this form of treatment, he began a quest. Today, he talks to the Legal Ease about the state of medical marijuana in Louisiana, and the future for it. Also on the shoe, Mike Seibert joins us for his segment Around the Bend: A Publisher's Preview of Upcoming Student Written Articles in the Louisiana Law Review to discuss Ben Wallace's recent article A Vote Against State Nonresident Contribution Limits.
43 minutes | Mar 23, 2018
Season III, Episode 5: Exploring Recent Changes to the Tax Code
On this episode of the podcast, Joe and Willie sit down with Professor Philip Hackney, the resident tax professor at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center, to discuss some recent changes to the tax code. Specifically, we address issues facing nonprofits resulting from some recent changes to the tax code.
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