Supreme Myths

By Eric Segall

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A podcast featuring the Supreme Court and Supreme Court cases. Hosted by Georgia State College of Law professor Eric Segall.

Episode Date
Episode 48: Professor Sherry Colb
45:08
Professor Sherry Colb stops by Supreme Myths to talk about abortion, animal rights, the connection between the two, and the horrors of the Court’s recent oral argument on Mississippi’s 15 week abortion ban.
Jan 21, 2022
Episode 47: Professors Jed Shugerman and Mike Ramsey
01:14:34
Professors Jed Shugerman and Mike Ramsey join Supreme Myths to discuss Presidential Power, Originalism, and Judicial Review.
Jan 14, 2022
Episode 46: Professor Jamal Greene
57:36
Professor Jamal Greene stops by Supreme Myths to discuss his wonderful new book “How Rights Went Wrong,” constitutional interpretation (and creation), the Dobbs oral argument, and the selling of originalism.
Dec 10, 2021
Episode 45: Chief Justice David Nahmias
01:12:38
Chief Justice David Nahmias of the Georgia Supreme Court stops by Supreme Myths to talk about the differences between state and federal courts, statutory interpretation, and originalism.
Nov 22, 2021
Episode 44: Professor Eugene Volokh
48:27
Professor Eugene Volokh stops by Supreme Myths to talk about blogging, social media and free speech, the religion clauses of the First Amendment, and federalism.
Nov 19, 2021
Episode 43: David Lat
48:23
David Lat stops by Supreme Myths to talk about his Covid-19 ordeal, legal blogging, the Supreme Court, and so much more.
Oct 28, 2021
Episode 42: Dahlia Lithwick
53:18
Dahlia Lithwick stops by Supreme Myth to talk about reporting on the Court, her least and most favorite Justices, decency and empathy as important values when judging, and much more!
Oct 22, 2021
Episode 41: Professor Jeremy Telman
01:01:01
Professor Jeremy Telman stops by Supreme Myths to talk originalism, his opposition to court reform designed to make the Court weaker, and his views on why we need the Court to balance our democracy.
Oct 13, 2021
Episode 40: Professor Daniel Rodriguez
01:00:20
Professor Daniel Rodriguez stops by Supreme Myths to talk about being the Dean of two law schools, legal education, polarization, religious exemptions, Justice Scalia and much more!
Oct 08, 2021
Episode 39: Professor Corinna Barrett Lain
01:00:15
Professor Corinna Lain stops by Supreme Myths to talk all things death penalty including the Supreme Court’s role in ending it then bringing it back, the awfulness of lethal injections, and how Virginia ended capital punishment.
Sep 29, 2021
Episode 38: Professor Maggie Blackhawk
55:23
Professor Maggie Blackhawk stops by Supreme Myths to talk about a host of issues surrounding Native Americans, the McGirt case, and legal formalism versus legal realism.  
Sep 26, 2021
Episode 37: Professor Blake D. Morant
52:33
Professor (and former Dean) Blake Morant stops by Supreme Myths to talk about the challenges of legal education, the role of law professors in a polarized world, and importance of dignity, respect, and optimism in a world that needs much more of all three of those things.
Sep 16, 2021
Episode 36: Professor Brian Frye
48:52
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-36-professor-brian-frye/ () Professor Brian Frye stops by Supreme Myths to give us some fascinating copyright law education, to say we have plagiarism all wrong, and to explain why law reviews are obsolete and ridden with elitism.
Sep 10, 2021
Episode 35: Professor Julian Mortenson
01:01:25
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-35-professor-julian-mortenson/ () Professor Julian Mortenson joins Supreme Myths to discuss Justice Souter, the delegation doctrine, court reform, and more.
Sep 03, 2021
Episode 34: Professor Neysun Mahboubi
59:32
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-34-professor-neysun-mahboubi/ () Professor Neysun Mahboubi stops by Supreme Myths to talk Covid-19-Responses and Administrative Law and to teach us about China and its legal system.
May 12, 2021
Episode 33: Caroline Maya Corbin
54:48
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-33-caroline-maya-corbin/ () Caroline Maya Corbin stops by Supreme Myths to talk about the Supreme Court and religion, white Christian nationalism, and how the Roberts Court is enabling that movement.
May 05, 2021
Episode 32: Professor Rick Hasen
50:26
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-32-professor-rick-hasen/ () Professor Rick Hasen stopped by Supreme Myths to talk about voting rights and suppression, elections, the Scalia Myth, and other important issues.
May 04, 2021
Episode 31: Emily Bazelon
32:37
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-31-emily-bazelon/ ()
Apr 21, 2021
Episode 30: Professor Sandy Levinson
01:09:53
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-30-professor-sandy-levinson/ ()
Apr 08, 2021
Episode 29: Professor Orin Kerr
50:47
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-29-professor-orin-kerr/ () Professor Orin Kerr stops by Supreme Myths to talk about searches and seizures, originalism, legal education and the infamous US News Rankings.
Apr 06, 2021
Episode 28: Professor Jennifer Taub
51:47
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-28-professor-jennifer-taub/ () Professor Jennifer Taub talks to Professor Segall about the injustices and costs of white-collar crime as well as her role in the 2017 Tax March and Donald Trump’s legal issues in New York.
Mar 25, 2021
Episode 27: Professor Victoria Nourse
57:08
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-27-professor-victoria-nourse/ () Professor Victoria Nourse visits Supreme Myths to talk about statutory interpretation, originalism, and her time working with Senator and Vice-President Joe Biden.
Mar 11, 2021
Episode 26: Michael McConnell
56:57
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-26-michael-mcconnell/ () Professor Michael McConnell stops by Supreme Myths to talk Originalism today and yesterday, affirmative action, and his new book on Executive Power: The President Who Would not be King: Executive Power Under the Constitution.
Mar 08, 2021
Episode 25: Adam Winkler
56:27
On the 25th episode of Supreme Myths, Professors Adam Winkler and Eric Segall talk impeachment, Citizens United, Second Amendment, and Adam’s first and only movie role.
Feb 11, 2021
Episode 24: Adam Liptak
52:56
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-24-adam-liptak/ () Adam Liptak the Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times stops by Supreme Myths to discuss covering the Court, writing about big cases, Court reform, and other issues relating to how our highest Court operates.
Feb 03, 2021
Episode 23: Christopher Sprigman
58:16
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-23-christopher-sprigman/ () Professor Christopher Sprigman and Professor Eric Segall talk impeachment, democracy, the proper of the Supreme Court in our politics, and Chris’ excellent new article arguing Congress can and should enact legislation stripping the Supreme Court of jurisdiction over some of our most contentious constitutional law questions.
Jan 27, 2021
Episode 22: Keith Whittington
01:14:14
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-22-keith-whittington/ () Princeton Professor Keith Whittington joins Supreme Myths to discuss impeachment, originalism, academics on social media, and so much more.
Jan 22, 2021
Episode 21: Franita Tolson
42:52
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-21-franita-tolson/ () Professor Franita Tolson joins Supreme Myths to discuss impeachment and other current events, election law, and voter suppression among other timely issues.
Jan 12, 2021
Episode 20: Father William Dailey
01:02:11
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-20-father-william-dailey/ () Father William Dailey joins Supreme Myths to talk about faith and agnosticism, the ban on women being priests, and the Church’s policies towards gays and lesbians among other religious topics.
Dec 04, 2020
Episode 19: Joshua A. Douglas
53:22
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-19-joshua-a-douglas/ () Professor Joshua Douglas talks to Professor Segall about election myths, election law, current events, and his dog Rudy stops by for a quick visit as well.
Nov 19, 2020
Episode 19: Jessica Levinson
36:17
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-19-jessica-levinson/ () Professor Jessica Levinson, election law and constitutional law expert, joins Professor Segall to discuss Tuesday’s ACA case, Trump’s election strategies and whether they might succeed, and the ins, outs, and absurdities of the Court’s campaign finance decisions.
Nov 11, 2020
Episode 17: Scott Shapiro
55:24
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-17-scott-shapiro/ () Yale Law Professor and Twitter Star Scott Shapiro talk with Professor Segall about the election, the Court, our country, and, of course, Twitter.
Nov 04, 2020
Episode 16: Caroline Fredrickson
40:40
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-16-caroline-fredrickson/ () Caroline Fredrickson, former Executive Director of the American Constitution Society, talks with Professor Segall about current events, Supreme Court reform, and the Federalist Society among other topics.
Oct 28, 2020
Episode 15: Geof R. Stone
57:47
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-15-geof-r-stone/ () Professor Geof Stone joins Supreme Myths to discuss current events, free speech in America, the Warren Court, and why Justice Scalia boycotted the University of Chicago for a few years because of something Geof wrote.
Oct 22, 2020
Episode 14: Christopher Green
59:10
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-14-christopher-green/ () Professor Christopher Green joins Supreme Myths for an engaging discussion of originalism and constitutional interpretation.
Oct 16, 2020
Episode 13: Lawprofblawg
50:42
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-13-lawprofblawg/ () The [in]famous Lawprofblawg joins Supreme Myths to discuss legal education elitism, law reviews, commas, Instapots, and our sad and increased polarization.
Oct 13, 2020
Episode 12: Clark Neily
01:01:05
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-12-clark-neily/ () Clark Nelly of CATO joins Supreme Myths to talk about natural law, guns, judicial review, abortion, and our horrific and racist criminal justice system.
Sep 23, 2020
Episode 11: Nina Sadowsky
56:05
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-11-nina-sadowsky/ () Nina Sadowsky, Hollywood Producer, author, and “entertainment lawyer in recovery” joins Supreme Myths to talk about the business of Hollywood, producing movies, being an author and teacher, good writing, and the joys of summer camp.
Sep 18, 2020
Episode 10: Carissa Byrne Hessick
01:02:19
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-10-carissa-byrne-hessick/ () Professor Carissa Byrne Hessick joins Supreme Myths to talk about the gross inequities in our plea bargaining criminal justice system, how politics and prosecutions often go together, and other aspects of how justice and the search for truth play less of a role in our criminal law than most people think. In the end, we also discussed law reviews, legal scholarship, and whether blog posts should “count”.
Sep 10, 2020
Episode 9: Judge Stephen Dillard
01:02:56
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-9-judge-stephen-dillard/ () Judge Stephen Dillard of the Georgia Court of Appeals joins Professor Segall to talk about judging, legal realism, our polarized state of affairs, and social media.
Sep 02, 2020
Episode 8: Linda Greenhouse
44:47
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-08-linda-greenhouse/ () Linda Greenhouse former Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times joins Professor Segall to talk about covering the Court, the Bork nomination, Anthony Kennedy’s most important term, and a host of other interesting subjects.
Aug 27, 2020
Episode 7: Mike Dorf
55:10
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-7-mike-dorf/ () Professor Mike Dorf joins Eric Segall to talk about a variety of topics including legal realism, critical legal studies, how candid judges ought to be when explaining their decisions, as well as myths surrounding veganism.
Aug 20, 2020
Episode 6: Pete Dominick
57:56
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-6-pete-dominick/ () Pete Dominick joins Professor Eric Segall to talk about stand up comedy, life, and relationships in this special edition of Supreme Myths (with a bit of law thrown in).
Aug 11, 2020
Episode 5: Fred Smith
56:48
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-5-fred-smith/ () In this podcast episode, Eric Segall talks to Emory University Law Professor Fred Smith about being a Supreme Court clerk, the recent term, and the legal doctrine of Qualified Immunity which shields police officers and other state officials from liability for illegal acts.
Aug 07, 2020
Episode 4: Mary Ziegler
49:02
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-4-mary-ziegler/ () In this podcast, Eric Segall talks to Florida State Law Professor Mary Ziegler about abortion in America. Professor Ziegler has written three books on the subject and the conversation included a back and forth on many different and controversial aspects of the abortion debates that so divide our country.
Jul 22, 2020
Episode 3: A Review of the Supreme Court’s Latest Term
58:13
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-3-a-review-of-the-supreme-courts-latest-term-supreme-myths-podcast/ () Professor Jonathan Adler and Eric Segall talk about the Supreme Court’s recent term. Adler, a prominent libertarian, and Segall frequently debate on Twitter. They discuss all the big cases this year as well as Chief Justice Roberts and his alleged penchant for moving the law slowly (except when he does not want to).
Jul 15, 2020
Episode 2: Race and Identity Capitalism
39:36
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-2-race-and-identity-capitalism/ () Colorado Law professor Nancy Leong discusses her forthcoming book “Identity Capitalists.” Leong argues that we are all “identity capitalists” who use race, gender, etc., to further our own aspirations. They also discuss how Brett Kavanaugh, Colin Kaepernick, and other famous people use identity capitalism in their own lives and careers.
Jul 08, 2020
Episode 1: Constitutionalism, Originalism and the Supreme Court
50:50
https://news.gsu.edu/podcast/episode-1-constitutionalism-originalism-and-the-supreme-court/ () Episode Description: Constitutional law scholar, Yale professor Jack Balkin joins Georgia State Law professor Eric Segall for a conversation about originalism, judicial review and whether Supreme Court justices should have lifetime appointments.
Jul 03, 2020