January 29, 2022
In This Episode:
The #SistersInLaw celebrate the one year anniversary of the podcast by looking at Justice Breyer’s retirement announcement and sharing their top picks for his replacement. Then, they give a history of affirmative action law and break down upcoming cases facing the new court, before discussing the Georgia grand jury probe of possible election interference by Trump and the possibility of RICO charges.
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