Politicon Announces Live Tour Dates for #SistersInLaw Podcast
Politicon announced that its hugely successful podcast, #SistersInLaw, a roundtable-style discussion between four legal and political heavyweights, is going on the road. The podcast, launched in December 2021, debuted at #1 on the Apple Podcast “Politics” chart and has remained in the Top 10 since its inception. It has been praised by its devoted listeners as insightful and welcoming with the hosts described as a “legal podcast dream team.”
Each week Joyce Vance, Jill Wine-Banks, Barb McQuade and Kimberly Atkins Stohr pull back the curtain on how our government actually works. They take on the corrupt, share their wisdom, give their insight on the latest court rulings, and bring their unique perspective on current matters of law, politics and culture.
The #SistersInLaw said: “We love the energy from a live show, and it’s a bonus that we get to go to cities that we love. Taking the show on the road will be a blast! We’ve always believed that #SistersInLaw podcast is a conversation, not a one-way broadcast. The live events will be a great opportunity for our listeners to be a part of that conversation. It’s always a treat to get together with our sisters, and the chance to meet our listeners makes it extra special.”
- Friday, May 12, Portland OR – Revolution Hall
- Friday, May 19, New York City – Gramercy Theatre
- Sunday, May 21, Washington D.C. – Howard Theatre
Tickets are on sale starting Friday 2/5 at 4pm ET at politicon.com/tour
More about the hosts:
Jill Wine-Banks: Legendary Watergate prosecutor and author of The Watergate Girl. The first female General Counsel of the U.S. Army and first female executive director of the American Bar Association. Appears regularly on MSNBC as a legal analyst.
Joyce Vance: The first woman appointed as U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama by President Obama. Distinguished Professor of the Practice of Law at the University of Alabama and legal analyst for NBC News and MSNBC. A lifelong knitter and proud owner of chickens.
Barb McQuade: Appointed by President Obama, the first female U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan. Served for 12 years as the Assistant U.S. Attorney for Detroit. Currently Professor From Practice at the University of Michigan Law School and legal analyst for NBC News and MSNBC.
Kimberly Atkins Stohr: Senior opinion writer at The Boston Globe. A former lawyer, served as the first Washington, DC-based news correspondent for WBUR and as the Boston Herald’s Washington bureau chief. A regular contributor on MSNBC and guest host of WBUR’s ‘On Point’.