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The Power of Attorney

The Power of Attorney

By Rutgers Law
The law impacts every sector of society and every aspect of our lives. At a time when many ask "Why law?," we ask "What more can law do?" Produced by Rutgers Law School, "The Power of Attorney" is an inside look at the power of a legal education and what it means to be a lawyer.
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2.8_A Law School that Reflects the World: A History of the Minority Student Program

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Networking and Building Professional Relationships, with HNBA President Carlos Bollar RLAW'97
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson is joined by Carlos Bollar RLAW'97, President of the Hispanic National Bar Association, who shares his thoughts on networking and building a support system through law school and into a career. Read more about Carlos here. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Production Manager: Margaret McCarthy Series Producer: Nate Nakao Editor: Nate Nakao
50:02
October 13, 2021
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with Iveliz Crespo RLAW'14
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson is joined by Iveliz Crespo RLAW'14, the Global Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Advisor at Reed Smith. Iveliz shares their journey and a bit about their vision for a truly equitable industry. Read more about them here. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Production Manager: Margaret McCarthy Series Producer: Nate Nakao Editor: Nate Nakao
55:02
September 29, 2021
Human Rights in Latin America
Rutgers Law School interim co-dean Rose Cuison-Villazor speaks with Priscila Abraham RLAW'20, Professor Jorge Contesse, and Professor Anibal Rosario-Lebron to share some thoughts on Hispanic Heritage Month, their various work in Latin American spaces, and what Latinx culture means to them. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Production Manager: Margaret McCarthy Series Producer: Nate Nakao Editor: Nate Nakao
37:56
September 15, 2021
Representation Matters with Co-Dean Rose Cuison-Villazor and Vice Dean Anjum Gupta
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson is joined by the new interim co-dean Rose Cuison-Villazor, who founded the Rutgers Center for Immigration Law, Policy, and Justice, and is a nationally renowned scholar with an active record in social justice issues; and the new vice dean Anjum Gupta, who is the Director of the Immigrant Rights Clinic and teaches non-clinical courses in refugee law and professional responsibility. Read more about Rutgers Law School's new leadership team. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Production Manager: Margaret McCarthy Series Producer: Nate Nakao Editor: Nate Nakao
54:54
August 25, 2021
2.26_From the Pigskin to Patient Advocacy: A Profile on Assemblyman Adam J. Taliaferro, RLAW '08
Assemblyman Adam J. Taliaferro, RLAW '08 speaks with Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson about his transition from a promising football career into the legal arena, including his work with NJ legislature and patient advocacy through the Adam Taliaferro Foundation.  Learn more about the Adam Taliaferro Foundation.  The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
46:47
July 21, 2021
2.25_Trial Advocacy and Public Defending with Distinguished Clinical Professor and Director of Trial Advocacy, J.C. Lore
Internationally renowned expert on trial advocacy, Distinguished Clinical Professor and Director of Trial Advocacy J.C. Lore discusses his path to success with Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson. Learn more about Distinguished Clinical Professor Lore. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
46:35
July 7, 2021
2.24_People Helping People: An Interview with Landon Hacker, RLAW'20
This episode contains discussion of substance use disorder and addiction. Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson interviews Landon Hacker, RLAW'20 about overcoming substance abuse and his journey through law school to become the co-founder of Oncidium, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing employment, housing, and legal services to those in need. If you or someone you love is living with substance use disorder or addiction, please reach out to the New Jersey Lawyer’s Assistance Program for help. Learn more about the Oncidium.  The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
51:35
June 23, 2021
2.23_Environmental Law with Shawn LaTourette, RLAW '09
Acting Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Shawn LaTourette, RLAW '09 and Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson discuss the role of the D.E.P. in protecting our futures. Read the 2020 New Jersey Scientific Report on Climate Change. Learn more about New Jersey's Global Warming Response Act. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
50:38
June 9, 2021
2.22_Women In Law with the Rutgers Law Alumnae Network Co-Chairs
Alumnae Network Co-Chairs Maritza Rodriguez, RLAW'11; Debra Rosen, RLAW'86; Patti Santelle, RLAW'85; and Joy Tolliver, RLAW'07 sit down with Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson to discuss their path to law school, career trajectories, and what they hope the future of women in law will be.  Learn more about the Rutgers Law Alumnae Network! The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
01:00:49
May 26, 2021
2.21_Board of Governors Professor of Law, Roger S. Clark Discusses International Law
Internationally renowned expert on global issues including nuclear disarmament, human rights, international criminal law, and U.S. foreign relations law, Roger S. Clark shares some of his career highlights with Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson. Professor Clark has worked for the New Zealand Justice Department and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, served on the U.N. Committee on Crime Prevention and Control, and represented Samoa and the Marshall Islands before the International Court of Justice. Learn more about Professor Clark! Interested in supporting the Roger S. Clark for International Law Fund? CLICK HERE to make your gift today! The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
44:33
May 12, 2021
2.20_Patricia Lee Refo, ABA President on The Rule of Law
American Bar Association President, Patricia Lee Refo, sits down with Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson to discuss this year's Law Day theme "Advancing the Rule of Law Now".  Click here to learn more about Law Day 2021! The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
49:49
April 28, 2021
2.19_Peter Rodino Distinguished Visiting Professor, Juan Cartagena on Latinx Civil Rights
Juan Cartagena, the President & General Counsel of Latino Justice PRLDEF in New York City, and a well-known civil rights attorney, and the Peter Rodino Distinguished Visiting Professor discusses topics covered in his course Latinos and the Law. Read more about Juan Cartagena! Join us on April 23rd for the Latinx Civil Rights Conference! The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
54:45
April 14, 2021
2.18_Voting Rights with Alexi Velez, RLAW '15
Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson interviews Alexi Velez, 2015 James and Sharon Maida Post-Graduate Public Interest Fellow about her work on voting rights. Learn more about the James and Sharon Maida Public Interest Fellowship Program. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
50:21
March 31, 2021
2.17_Juvenile Justice with Distinguished Clinical Professor of Law, Sandra Simkins
Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson and Distinguished Clinical Professor of Law, Sandra Simkins discuss juvenile justice and the role Rutgers Law School Clinics can play in changing the system for the better.  Learn more about Professor Simkins. Discover more about The Rutgers Law School Children’s Justice Clinic. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
44:47
March 17, 2021
2.16_Civil Procedure and Criminal Law with Professors Thea Johnson and Matthew Shapiro
Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson invites the newest members of the Rutgers Law Faculty, Associate Professor of Law Thea Johnson, and Assistant Professor of Law Matthew Shapiro to discuss their scholarship, areas of expertise, and what they hope students take away from their classes. Learn more about Professor Thea Johnson and Professor Matthew Shapiro. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
44:02
March 3, 2021
2.15_Entrepreneurial Fire with Precious L. Williams RLAW '07
Co-Dean David Lopez interviews 13-time national elevator pitch champion, Precious L. Williams, RLAW ‘07. Ms. Williams has been featured on "Shark Tank," CNN, WSJ, Forbes Magazine, Black Enterprise Magazine, Essence Magazine, and in the movie "LEAP."  Learn more about Precious L. Williams. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
41:16
February 11, 2021
2.14_AALS Law Deans Antiracist Clearinghouse Project
Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson sits down with the creators of the AALS Law Deans Antiracist Clearinghouse Project discuss the project's inception, what it takes to create an antiracist learning institution, and the legacy each Dean hopes to achieve through their extraordinarily necessary work.  The Co-Creators of the AALS Law Deans Antiracist Clearinghouse Project are: Angela Onwuachi-Willig, Boston University School of Law Kim Mutcherson, Rutgers Law School Carla D. Pratt, Washburn University School of Law Danielle Holley-Walker, Howard University School of Law Danielle M. Conway, Penn State Dickinson Law Learn more about the AALS Law Deans Antiracist Clearinghouse Project. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
01:04:37
February 3, 2021
2.13_Strict Scrutiny/The Power of Attorney: The Crossover Episode!
Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson and hosts of Strict Scrutiny, Leah Litman, Melissa Murray, and Kate Shaw combine forces in a crossover episode! The hosts discuss the Court's recent grants, the decision in FDA v. ACOG, and recap some of January's cases.  Learn more about Strict Scrutiny! The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
01:01:35
January 20, 2021
2.12_The Law of War with Professor Adil Haque
Co-Dean David Lopez discussing the law and morality of war with Professor of Law and Judge Jon O. Newman Scholar, Adil Haque. Learn more about Professor Haque. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
47:24
January 6, 2021
2.11_How Interdisciplinary Lenses Aid the Work of Law Schools with Professor Adnan Zulfiqar
Associate Professor of Law, Adnan Zulfiqar, discusses the role of legal scholars in the real world with Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson, and offers his thoughts on the separation of church and state.  Learn more about Professor Zulfiqar. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
01:06:06
December 23, 2020
2.10_From Rutgers Law to PepsiCo: An Alumni Profile on David Yawman, RLAW '95
David Yawman (RLAW '95), Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for PepsiCo, sits down with Co-Dean David Lopez to discuss how Rutgers Law prepared him for his rise in corporate law.  Learn more about David Yawman. Learn more about the Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
55:02
December 9, 2020
2.9_Exploring Corporate and Business Law with Distinguished Practice Professor Douglas S. Eakeley
Alan V. Lowenstein Professor of Corporate and Business Law, Distinguished Practice Professor, and Founder/Co-Director, Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance, Douglas S. Eakeley discusses corporate and business law with Co-Dean David Lopez.  Learn more about Distinguished Practice Professor Eakeley. Learn more about the Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
35:51
November 25, 2020
2.8_A Law School that Reflects the World: A History of the Minority Student Program
Co-Dean David Lopez sits down with alumni, including former and current MSP Directors to examine this influential program’s history. Former directors Oliver Quinn RLAW’75 and Marsha Brown RLAW’94 reminisce about the program’s inception while current directors Charles Auffant RLAW’82 and Rhasheda Douglas RLAW’02 comment on MSP’s legacy and future. Learn more about the Minority Student Program! The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco 
54:38
November 11, 2020
2.7_Social Justice Series: Zahirah Sabir, RLAW'24; and Viktoria Zerda, RLAW'22
In a special Social Justice Series, Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson talks with current Social Justice Scholars Zahirah Sabir, RLAW'24; and Viktoria Zerda, RLAW'22 about the challenges of working in social justice reform and what makes them hopeful for the future. Learn more about the Social Justice Scholars Program! The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
45:16
October 28, 2020
2.6_Social Justice Series: Jenise Rivera, RLAW'21; Kayvon Paul, RLAW'23; and Morgan Humphrey, RLAW'21
In a special Social Justice Series, Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson talks with current Social Justice Scholars Jenise Rivera, RLAW'21; Kayvon Paul, RLAW'23; and Morgan Humphrey, RLAW'21 about criminal justice reform and how Rutgers Law School can be a better community advocate.  Learn more about the Social Justice Scholars Program! The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
48:29
October 28, 2020
2.5_Social Justice Series: Destiney Wilson, RLAW'21 and Tue Ho, RLAW '22
In a special Social Justice Series, Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson talks with current Social Justice Scholars Destiney Wilson RLAW '21 and Tue Ho RLAW'22 about the value of summer experiences and what it's like to be a social justice scholar in 2020. Learn more about the Social Justice Scholars Program! The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
42:40
October 28, 2020
2.4_Sex Discrimination Law with Professors Sally Goldfarb and Ann Freedman
Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson discusses sex discrimination law with Professor of Law, Sally Goldfarb and Associate Professor of Law, Ann Freedman to discover how far we've come and just how far we have yet to go.  Learn more about Professor Goldfarb. Learn more about Professor Freedman. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
44:02
October 14, 2020
2.3_One of Us: A Tribute to the Life and Legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
In honor and celebration of the life of Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg, Co-Dean David Lopez discusses her legacy with Professor of Law Emeritus Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor, Paul Tractenberg, Elizabeth Langer RLAW'73, and Rutgers Law Alumna and former faculty member, Rita Bender RLAW'68. Read more about Justice Ginsburg and hear remembrances from alumni here. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
33:58
September 30, 2020
2.2_The Role of Media in Democracy with Professor of Law, Ellen Goodman
Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson sits down with Professor of Law, Ellen Goodman to talk about the role of media in our democracy, broadcasting regulations, and the "digital divide". Learn more about Professor Goodman. Read Professor Goodman's article on the Dangers of Misinformation. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
43:17
September 16, 2020
2.1_Nicole Clark, RLAW '11, CEO & Founder of Trellis, and Co-Dean David Lopez discuss AI-powered legal research
CEO & Founder of Trellis and Rutgers Law Alum, Nicole Clark RLAW '11, discusses the future of legal intelligence with Co-Dean, David Lopez. Discover Trellis. Learn more about Nicole Clark, RLAW '11. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
45:33
September 2, 2020
26. Diversity Work with Professor Stacy Hawkins
Sought-after speaker on the issue of employment law and diversity, Professor Stacy Hawkins sits down with Co-Dean, Kim Mutcherson to share her thoughts on affirmative action and the evolution of equal opportunity.  Learn more about Professor Hawkins. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
44:10
August 19, 2020
25. Elise Boddie, Professor of Law talks about civil rights law with Co-Dean David Lopez
Nationally-recognized expert in civil rights and award-winning legal scholar, Professor Elise Boddie discusses her work and the Inclusion Project with Co-Dean, David Lopez. Learn more about Professor Boddie. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
36:31
August 5, 2020
24. Professor Katie Eyer discusses the recent Supreme Court Decision on LGBTQ+ rights with Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson
Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson explores LGBTQ+ rights with Professor Katie Eyer whose work contributed to the recent Supreme Court decision in Bostock v. Clayton County.  Learn more about Professor Eyer. Read the Bostock v. Clayton County decision. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
37:35
July 22, 2020
23. Professor David Noll and Co-Dean David Lopez discuss DACA
Co-Dean David Lopez discusses the recent DACA decision with Professor David Noll and special guests Rose Cuison-Villazor, Vice Dean, Professor of Law and Chancellor's Social Justice Scholar, and Jason Hernandez, Director, Rutgers Immigrant Community Assistance Project. Learn more about Professor David Noll, Vice Dean Cuison-Villazor, and Director Hernandez. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
57:20
July 8, 2020
22. Sarah Ballentine RLAW'20, and Lex Wissner RLAW'20, talk about their Rutgers Law experience with Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson
Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson sits down with Student Bar Association President, Sarah Ballentine RLAW '20, and Class President, Lex Wissner RLAW'20, to discover first-hand what today's Rutgers Law experience encompasses, and to talk about what comes next for the graduates! Learn more about Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
41:24
June 24, 2020
21. Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Constitutional Rights Clinic, Alexis Karteron discusses divestment with Co-Dean David Lopez
Alexis Karteron, Associate Professor of Law, discusses divestment, qualified immunity, and what she sees for the future with Co-Dean David Lopez. Learn more about Professor Karteron. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
58:39
June 10, 2020
20. Professor Meera Deo discusses her book, "Unequal Profession: Race and Gender in Legal Academia" with Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson
Meera E. Deo is Professor of Law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law and the Director of the Law School Survey of Student Engagement (LSSSE). She has also been appointed 2020-21 William H. Neukom Fellows Research Chair in Diversity and Law.  Learn more about Professor Deo. Discover Unequal Profession: Race and Gender in Legal Academia. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
01:03:41
May 27, 2020
19. Associate Dean for Faculty Research and expert in Global Health Law, Christina Ho, speaks about COVID-19
Professor of Law, and Associate Dean for Faculty Research, Development and New Programs, Christina Ho discusses global health law in the context of COVID-19 with Co-Dean David Lopez.  Learn more about Professor Ho. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
44:29
May 13, 2020
18. ABA President, Judy Perry Martinez, speaks about the importance of the ABA
Judy Perry Martinez, President of the American Bar Association discusses the how the ABA has shaped her career with Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson. Ms. Perry Martinez also highlights the ABA's upcoming Law Day on May 1, 2020.  Learn more about Law Day 2020 Your Vote, Your Voice, Our Democracy: The 19th Amendment at 100. Discover more about Judy Perry Martinez. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
48:02
April 29, 2020
17. Commissioner Ellen Weintraub and her work at the Federal Election Commission
Commissioner Ellen Weintraub from the Federal Election Commission talks to Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson about her career at the FEC and provides her insight on the upcoming election. Learn more about Commissioner Weintraub. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
46:24
April 15, 2020
16. Former New York District Attorney, Ted Trief RLAW '76 on class action law
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson goes behind the scene of class action lawsuits with former New York District Attorney,  Ted Trief. Learn more about Ted Treif, RLAW '76.  The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
35:02
April 1, 2020
15. LGBTQ Rights with Distinguished Professor of Law and Judge Frederick Lacey Scholar, Carlos A. Ball
Co-Dean David Lopez speaks with Distinguished Professor of Law, Carlos A. Ball about his career as a national expert in LGBTQ rights. Professor Ball also discusses his latest book, The Queering of Corporate America, which is available now.  Learn more about Carlos A. Ball, Distinguished Professor of Law and Judge Frederick Lacey Scholar.  The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
49:54
March 18, 2020
14. State Constitutional Law with Distinguished Professor of Law, Robert F. Williams
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson dives into the complex world of State Constitutional Law with Distinguished Professor of Law,  Robert F. Williams.  Learn more about Robert F. Williams, Distinguished Professor of Law.  The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
38:60
March 4, 2020
13. Inside the Admissions Process with Senior Associate Dean of Enrollment and Financial Aid, Jay Austin
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson speaks with Jay Austin,  the Senior Associate Dean of Enrollment and Financial Aid at Rutgers Law School,  about the admissions process.  Learn more about Senior Associate Dean of Enrollment and Financial Aid, Jay Austin.  The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
46:26
February 19, 2020
12. Antitrust law and the pharmaceutical industry with Rutgers Law Professor Mike Carrier
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson speaks with Professor Mike Carrier, a leading authority in antitrust and intellectual property law with expertise in the pharmaceutical, high-technology, and music industries. Learn more about Professor Mike Carrier.  The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco Series Creator: Emily Brennan
37:28
February 5, 2020
11. Rebecca Borden RLAW'86 on her career as an in-house entertainment IP attorney—and how to champion equity in the workplace
Published on: January 22, 2020 at 4:00 AM Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson speaks with Rebecca Borden RLAW'86 about her career as an in-house IP attorney for entertainment companies including CBS, Viacom, and Blockbuster—and how to champion diversity and pay equity in the workplace. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer and Editor: Emily Brennan
47:17
January 28, 2020
10. Building experience in immigration law through legal clinics with Rutgers Law Professor Joanne Gottesman
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson speaks with Professor Joanne Gottesman, Clinical Professor of Law and Chair for Clinical Programs in Camden at Rutgers Law School, about immigration law and the value of hands-on experience in law school clinics. Learn more about Professor Gottesman. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer: Emily Brennan Episode Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
46:53
January 8, 2020
9. Using your law degree without practicing law with Megan Gorman RLAW'02, founding partner of Chequers Financial Management, Senior Contributor at Forbes, and author of The Wealth Intersection
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson speaks with Megan Gorman RLAW'02, founding partner of Chequers Financial Management, Senior Contributor at Forbes, and author of The Wealth Intersection, about using your law degree without practicing law and working in financial management. Hear Megan on Voice of America here. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer: Emily Brennan Episode Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
37:02
December 11, 2019
8. How to get into space law and work with NASA and the international community with Rebecca Bresnik RLAW'99, Assistant Chief Counsel for International Matters at NASA, Johnson Space Center
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson speaks with Rebecca Bresnik RLAW'99, Assistant Chief Counsel for International Matters at NASA, Johnson Space Center, about how to get into space law and work with NASA and the international community.  The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer: Emily Brennan Episode Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
36:38
November 20, 2019
7. Starting your own law firm as a recent law graduate with Brian Hall RLAW’12 & John Shindle RLAW’13
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson speaks with Brian Hall RLAW’12 and John Shindle RLAW’13, Partners at Ward, Shindle, and Hall, about starting your own law firm as a recent law graduate. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer: Emily Brennan Episode Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
39:27
November 13, 2019
6. Exploring the moral complexities of criminal law with Rutgers Law Professors Vera Bergelson and Stuart Green
Co-Dean David Lopez explores timely moral issues in criminal law with Rutgers Law Professors Vera Bergelson and Stuart Green. Learn more about Professor Bergelson. Learn more about Professor Green. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Episode Producer: Elizabeth Moore Editor and Series Producer: Emily Brennan
59:34
October 30, 2019
5. Practicing entertainment law and building a career in the music industry with Jason Berger RLAW'04
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson speaks with Jason Berger RLAW'04, Partner at Margolis Edelstein, about practicing entertainment law and building a career in the music industry. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. Offering a world-class, diverse faculty of passionate teachers and scholars and an alumni network more than twenty thousand members strong around the globe, Rutgers Law has an extensive reach in the legal community. Learn more about our close-knit law school communities in Camden and Newark by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Series Producer: Emily Brennan Episode Producer and Editor: Kate Bianco
43:35
October 16, 2019
4. The failures of our criminal justice system with exoneree Huwe Burton and Rutgers Law Professor Laura Cohen
Co-Dean David Lopez speaks with exoneree Huwe Burton and Rutgers Law Professor Laura Cohen about the failures of our criminal justice system and what it's like to be wrongfully imprisoned. Content warning: descriptions of crime scenes and assault. Story on Huwe Burton's case. Learn more about Professor Cohen. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Episode Producer: Elizabeth Moore Editor and Series Producer: Emily Brennan Transcript: Kate Bianco
58:45
October 2, 2019
3. Navigating law school as a first-generation college and law student with Charles Ray RLAW'10
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson speaks with Charles Ray RLAW'10, Legal Studies Professor at Rider University and an attorney at Kuchinsky & Rotunno, P.C., about navigating law school as a first-generation college and law student and the transformative power of a legal education. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. Offering a world-class, diverse faculty of passionate teachers and scholars and an alumni network more than twenty thousand members strong around the globe, Rutgers Law has an extensive reach in the legal community. Learn more about our close-knit law school communities in Camden and Newark by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Transcript available here. Series Producer and Editor: Emily Brennan Transcript: Kate Bianco
53:37
September 30, 2019
2. Exploring race, class, and legal structure with Rutgers Law Professor David Troutt
Co-Dean David Lopez speaks with Rutgers Law School Professor David Troutt, exploring his work as the founding director of the Rutgers Center on Law, Inequality and Metropolitan Equity (CLiME) and his scholarship on race, class, and legal structure.  Learn more about Professor Troutt. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. Offering a world-class, diverse faculty of passionate teachers and scholars and an alumni network more than twenty thousand members strong around the globe, Rutgers Law has an extensive reach in the legal community. Learn more about our close-knit law school communities in Camden and Newark by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Transcript of this episode available here. Episode Producer: Elizabeth Moore Series Producer and Editor: Emily Brennan Transcript: Kate Bianco
52:02
September 3, 2019
1. What it's like to be a woman working in corporate law with Tara Pellicori RLAW'08
Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson interviews Tara Pellicori RLAW'08, Manager and Senior Counsel at Subaru of America and adjunct professor in Rutgers Law's Entrepreneurship Clinic, about her journey to law school, career path, and what it is like to be a working woman and mother in corporate law. The Power of Attorney is produced by Rutgers Law School. With two locations minutes from Philadelphia and New York City, Rutgers Law offers the prestige and reputation of a large, nationally-known university combined with a personal, small campus experience. Learn more by visiting law.rutgers.edu. Transcript of this episode available here. Series Producer and Editor: Emily Brennan Transcript: Kate Bianco
29:30
September 3, 2019
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August 29, 2019