HearSay Legal Podcast: Cielo Vista Ranch

A lawsuit over land use in Costilla County's Cielo Vista Ranch has amassed a huge case record since it started in 1981. This month,...

HearSay Legal Podcast: Excuse Me, I Was Speaking

Through dynamics of language, women justices on the U.S. Supreme Court have an uphill battle to get respect from their male colleagues. But do...

Hearsay Legal Podcast: When I’m King of the World

Sometimes the struggles of domestic violence survivors don’t end after they leave the relationship. This episode explores one woman’s experience with the access gap in legal services for domestic violence survivors and how legislative and judicial efforts are aiming to combat the problem.

HearSay Legal Podcast: Autonomous Vehicles

As Colorado legislation allows autonomous vehicles to rev up, what legal roadblocks will the new technology face?

HearSay Legal Podcast: Drones

The first U.S. law governing airplane flight wasn’t enacted until 22 years after the Wright brothers invented the powered airplane. With drones, the aircrafts are already used by police agencies, commercial businesses and hobbyists, but lawmakers are struggling to keep up.

HearSay Legal Podcast: A Story About Life

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Hearsay, March 22, 2013

This week on "Hearsay," we talk with CU Law Dean Phil Weiser and Denver attorney Anna-Liisa Mullis about a fundraising challenge for the law School. Weiser also speaks about the law school's new entrepreneurialism course. Finally, Denver family law attorney Ryann Peyton discusses how Colorado's new civil union's law reshapes same-sex relationships.

“Hearsay” March 8

On this week's show we talk about Amendment 64's effect on employers' drug policies with Holli Hartman, of Baker Hostetler, and Kimberlie Ryan, of the Ryan Law Firm. We also talk to Denver attorney Tim Eirich about a big supreme court victory for Colorado foster parents.

“Hearsay” February 22

This week on Hearsay we talk to Denver attorney Natalie Sullivan about the challenges of winning a wrongful termination case based on racial discrimination. We also speak with John Baker, director of Colorado's new attorney mentoring program, about the state of professionalism in the legal community.

“Hearsay” February 1

“Hearsay” reports on legal affairs in Colorado. Through interviews with attorneys and experts, co-hosts James Carlson and David Forster illuminate the latest news, developing...