From the editors of the Case Western Reserve University Law Review comes the announcement of a new initiative involving podcasts of articles published in the review.
each issue of the Case Western Reserve Law Review, the editors select one
article to feature in the new Below the Line series. In each podcast the author offers a summary of the
article and answers a few questions. In addition, the editors invite leading
authorities in the relevant field of law to offer their
commentary on the article. The first podcast is available here.
The first two programs are:
Below the Line 62:4
Featuring Professor Daniel P. Tokaji (Ohio State) and his article Baker, Bush, and Ballot Boards: The Federalization of Election Administration
With commentary by Professor Rick Hasen (UC Irvine, Election Law Blog) and Professor Bradley Smith (Capital University)
Below the Line 63:1 Featuring Professor Clay Calvert (Florida) and his article To Defer or Not to Defer? Deference and Its Deferential Impact in the Roberts Court
With commentary by Professor Mark Tushnet (Harvard) and Professor Steve Shiffrin (Cornell)