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Lun Kham Pieper
<p>Born in Burma and raised in the <span class= "s1">Philippines</span> Lun Kham Pieper has collected a number of experiences from many different cultures and brought them to Indianapolis. This week, Lun sits with Dave to talk about coming to America for her college and post-graduate studies, her work for the Marion County Prosecutors Office, and reaching out to the Burmese community. </p>
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George Pancol
<p>Madison County Circuit Court 2 Judge, George Pancol joins Dave this week. Judge Pancol lost his vision two years ago. The two of them discuss what George went though as his vision was going away and what it's like being a juvenile judge in a city which have never recovered from GM closing it's doors and moving away.</p>
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Erin Albert
<p>Erin Albert invited Dave out to Butler University, where she's an associate professor, to talk about the pharmaceutical world. Their conversation didn't stop there as Erin and Dave continued to speak about her side ventures as an author and podcaster.  </p>
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Meaghan Zore
<p>Meaghan Zore is the founder of <a href= "http://www.zorelaw.com/">Zore Law</a> out of San Francisco. This week she talks to Dave about working for start up companies, founding her own firm, and the topic of revenge porn. </p>
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Gerald L. Bepko Part 2
<p>The first half of Dave’s conversation with Gerald L. Bepko focused on his time with the FBI. IN this half of the interview Dave and Jerry talk about his transition from special agent to educator and about his 17+ years as Chancellor of IUPUI and his near year as Interim President of Indiana University. </p>
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Gerald L. Bepko
<p>Gerald L. Bepko is a recent recipient of IU’s University Medal which is the highest honor the University bestows. He spent 18 years as Chancellor of IUPUI, a year as Interim President of Indiana University, and five years as Dean of the Robert H. McKinney School of Law. Before he did all of that he was a Federal Agent. Today he and Dave will discuss his time in the FBI and about his role in Mississippi during the March Against Fear. We’ll also talk about why he chose to leave the life of an agent to become an educator. </p>
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Gary Roberts
<p>Gary Roberts is the future President of Bradley University. In this episode he sits down with Dave to talk about recent cases in sports law, his time as Dean of the IU McKinney School of Law, and his future at Bradley University.</p>
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Norman Lefstein part 2
<p>In the second half of Dave’s conversation with Norman Lefstein we cover his switch from practicing lawyer to academic.</p>
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Norman Lefstein: Part 1
<p>Norman Lefstein has a passion for indigent defense. He’s written books, taught courses, and given speeches about the subject. In this episode, the first of two with Norm, he speaks with Dave about the beginnings of his career and how he became an expert on the subject.</p>
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Jennifer Drobac
<p><span style= "font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;font-style:normal;"> The second season of</span> <i style= "font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;"> Is It Legal?</i> <font face="Arial, Verdana"><span style= "font-size:10pt;">kicks off with a doozy. Dave is joined by the IU McKinney’s </span></font><span style= "font-family:UbuntuBold, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:14px;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:21.994px;border:0px;margin:0px;padding:0px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgb(28,20,15);">R. Bruce Townsend Professor of Law</span><font color="#1C140F" face= "UbuntuRegular, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"><span style= "font-size:14px;line-height:21.994px;"> Jennifer Drobac. On this episode we talk about Jennifer’s beginnings in law, her time as a professor, a messy jury custody trial where she was accused of being a witch (lit [...]</span></font></p>
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Judge Robyn Moberly
<p>Robyn Moberly got her start at a small law firm doing, what she describes as, general litigation. She’s now the United States Bankruptcy Judge for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana. This week she speaks with Dave about her journey to the bench and about the differences between being a state court judge vs. a federal court judge.</p>
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Tom Easterday
<p><span style= "color:rgb(20,24,35);font-family:helvetica, arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px;line-height:19.3199996948242px;background-color:rgb(255,255,255);"> Tom Easterday is the Executive Vice President of </span><a class="profileLink" href= "https://www.facebook.com/pages/Subaru-of-Indiana-Automotive-Inc/105519816149179" style= "color:rgb(59,89,152);text-decoration:none;font-family:helvetica, arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px;line-height:19.3199996948242px;background-color:rgb(255,255,255);">Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc.</a> This week he and Dave talk about the beginnings of SIA, Subaru’s interest in the environment, and their recent safety recall.</p>
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John Maley
<p>John Maley is an accomplished lawyer who’s a partner at Barnes and Thornburg’s Indianapolis office. Today he’s sitting down with Dave to talk about the Joseph Maley Foundation which he, and his wife Vivian, founded after their son passed away at the age of 18. You can find out more about the foundation by visiting their website <a href="http://www.josephmaley.org/" title= "">JosephMaley.org</a></p>
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Jimmie McMillian
<p><span style= "color:rgb(51,51,51);font-family:Georgia, 'Times New Roman', Times, serif;font-size:14px;line-height:23.1000003814697px;"> Jimmie McMillian is a partner at </span><span style= "padding:0px;margin:0px;color:rgb(53,53,53);font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:12px;line-height:16px;background-color:rgb(255,255,255);">Barnes & Thornburg LLP’s Indianapolis office. He’s also a member of a motorcycle club. This week he sits down with Dave to talk about both and his interest in giving back to the community.</span></p>
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MaryEllen Bishop & Pat Shoulders
<p>MaryEllen Bishop and Pat Shoulders are on the Board of Trustees of Indiana University. They joined Dave this week to talk about the trustees role within major universities.</p>
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Dan Evans
<p>President and CEO of Indiana University Health, Dan Evans, invited Dave to his conference room to talk about his career and the future of Indiana’s most comprehensive healthcare system.</p>
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Raio Krishnayya
<p><font face="Arial, Verdana"><span style= "font-size:13.3333330154419px;">Raio Krishnayya invited Dave out to the Center for Victim and Human Rights offices to talk about the Center and why he became interested in law. You can learn more about the Center for Victim and Human Rights at their website </span></font><a href="http://www.cvhr.org/" title= "">CVHR.org </a></p>
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Jonna MacDougall
<p>This week we’re talking about the battle against skin cancer with Out Run the Sun co-founder Jonna MacDougall. Out Run the Sun is a non-profit organization dedicated to building national awareness of melanoma and other skin cancers through research, prevention and education. You can find out more about them by listing to this podcast and visiting their website <a href= "http://outrunthesun.org" title="">OutRunTheSun.org</a></p>
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John Pistole
<p>John Pistole is the President of Anderson University. He’s also the former Administrator of the TSA and Deputy Director of the FBI. This week he talks with Dave about his journey from practicing lawyer to the top of two of the most powerful agencies in the United states and why he chose to step down to be the President of his a<span style="font-size:10pt;">lma mater.</span></p>
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Jeff Papa: Y.E.T.I. Update
<p>Following the earthquake and tremors in Nepal, we reached out to <a href="http://yetikids.org" title="" style= "font-style:normal;">Y.E.T.I.</a> founder Jeff Papa to see how the orphanage is holding up and if there is anything we can do to help them. </p> <div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div>Click <a href="http://isitlegal.podbean.com/e/jeff-papa/" title="http://">HERE</a> for Jeff’s first interview with <em>Is It Legal?</em></div>
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Anne Slaughter Andrew
<p>From 2008-2012 Anne Slaughter Andrew served as the US Ambassador to Costa Rica. This week she sits down with Dave to talk about her time living in the embassy and what she’s been up to since her tour ended.</p>
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Cynthia Baker
<p>This week Dave moves into legal education and talks with the Director of the Program on Law and State Government at the IU Mckinney Law School, Cynthia Baker. </p>
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Frank Sullivan Part 2
<p>In this special “mini” episode Frank talks with Dave about his decision to step down from Indiana’s Supreme Court and his move to the life of a law professor.</p>
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Frank Sullivan
<p>Former Indiana Supreme Court Justice Frank Sullivan took some time to sit with Dave and talk about his time on the bench. This is the first of a two part interview. </p>
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Fred Glass
<p>Fred Glass took time from his schedule as Indiana University’s Athletic Director to sit down with Dave for an Interview. The two of them talk about rebuilding IU’s reputation, football, soccer, basketball, and more. </p>
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Joel Schumm
<p>Joel Schumm spent his life wanting to be a lawyer. Now he’s living his dream and teaching others how to do the same. This week he sits down with Dave to talk about the appeals process and his job as a Professor of Law. </p>
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Hotel Tango
<p>Dave journeyed to Hotel Tango to talk with it’s founders about the law that allowed them, and a small handful of others, to open local distilleries. They also talk whiskey, rum, vodka, and Limoncello.</p>
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Fernanda Beraldi
<p>Fernanda Beraldi came to Indiana after spending years working in her home country of Brazil for Embraer, an aircraft manufacturer. Part of her job was managing leases and <span style= "font-size:13.3333330154419px;">repossession</span> of aircraft. This week she sits down with Dave to talk about the challenges involved with repossession of aircraft and tell a few stories about her experience. </p>
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Mohamed Arafa
<p>Mohamed joins Dave to discuss the lasting effects of the “Arab Spring” as well as the differences in teaching law in the United States verses Egypt.</p>
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Black Acre Brewing Co.
<p>Jordan Gleason and Steve Ruby are two of the founders of Black Acre Brewing Company. They invited Dave over to talk about how a group of home brewers eventually opened their own brewery and some of the challenges they faced being young, new business owners. Of course, we also talk about beer. You can learn more about Black Acre Brewing at their website <a href= "http://blackacrebrewing.com/home/" title= "">BlackAcreBrewing.com</a></p>
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David Orentlicher
<p><font face="Arial, Verdana"><span style="font-size:10pt;">When I invited David Orentlicher to come on the podcast the plan was to talk about health law and his past with the American Medical Association but that’s not what happened. Instead we ended up talking about running for office and what election day is like from the candidates perspective. We also talk about Davids book “</span></font><a href= "http://www.amazon.com/Two-Presidents-Are-Better-Than/dp/0814789498" title="">Two Presidents Are Better Than One: The Case for a Bipartisan Executive Branch”</a></p>
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Antony Page
<p>Benefits corporations are popping up all over the country but what are they? Antony Page sat down with Dave to talk about what a benefits corporation is, why a corporation would want to become a “B-corp”, and why some states have been hesitant to pass benefits corporation legislation. </p>
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Julie Roe Lach
<p>Julie Roe Lach spent 16 years working in the NCAA. She started as an intern and left as the vice president of enforcement. Now she’s the Deputy Commissioner of the <a href= "http://www.horizonleague.org/" title="">Horizon League</a>. She sat down with Dave to talk about her time with the NCAA and if the NCAA gives non-major conferences a fair shot come tournament time. </p>
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Mark Roesler
<p><span style= "color:rgb(85,85,85);font-family:'Lucida Grande', arial;font-size:12px;line-height:19.2000007629395px;background-color:rgb(255,255,255);"> As the founder of </span><a href= "http://www.cmgworldwide.com/" title="">CMG Worldwide</a><span style= "color:rgb(85,85,85);font-family:'Lucida Grande', arial;font-size:12px;line-height:19.2000007629395px;background-color:rgb(255,255,255);"> Mark Roesler represents some of the biggest names in Hollywood history. This week he sits down to talk with Dave about CMG and how he represents clients like James Dean, John Belushi, and Betty Page after they have passed on.</span></p>
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Nicolas Terry
<p>Nicolas Terry is a health law enthusiasts. Which is good because he’s also something of an expert on the subject. His true interest exists somewhere in the grey area where law, health, and technology all overlap. So, this week we are talking health law, technology, and the future of health care. We also touch on the Anthem data breach and Net Neutrality. </p> <div>You can find out more about Nicolas Terry by following his Twitter account <a href="http://twitter.com/@nicolasterry" title="http://">@nicolasterry </a>and by reading his writings at the <a href= "http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/healthlawprof_blog/" title= "">HealthLawProfBlog</a> and Harvard Law’s <a href= "http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/billofhealth/" title="http://">Bill Of Health blog</a>.</div>
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Lahny Silva
<p>Lahny Silva grew up wanting to be a lawyer. A self described, former, “Legal aid warrior” Lahny joins Dave today to discuss rehabilitation, reentry, and a number of other subjects.  </p>
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Lea Shaver
<p>Lea Shaver is an IP scholar, which is a fascinating thing. She and Dave spent some time chatting about everything from Saturday Night Lives use of Parody to how IP law could bring academic books to countries where English isn’t spoken. They also spoke abut Leas time in South Africa where she did human rights work and brought about positive change for school children.</p>
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Carlton Waterhouse
<p>Carlton Waterhouse joins us to talk about his time working with the Environmental Protection Agency and social dominance theory.</p>
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Jeff Papa
<p>Jeff Papa is a founding father of Y.E.T.I. (Youth Enhancement and Training Initiative) which supports an orphanage in Nepal. He’s also the Chief of Staff for the Indiana State Senate. If the orphanage and State Senate don’t keep him busy enough he’s also on the Zionsville, IN Town Council. What does all of this mean and how does he pull it off? That’s what I wanted to know.</p> <div>If you want to know more about Y.E.T.I. or help their fundraising efforts, visit <a href="http://yetikids.org" title="http://" style="font-size:10pt;">YETIKids.org</a></div>
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Elizabeth Varner
<p>Elizabeth Varner is the Executive Director of the National Art Museum of Sport, Co-Editor-in-Chief of the <em>Cultural Heritage & Arts Review</em>, and Vice President of the Lawyer’s Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation. With all that on her plate, she still took time out of her schedule to sit with Dave and talk about the interaction between art and law.</p>
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Yvonne Dutton
<p>Yvonne Dutton sits down to talk about her time prosecuting narcotics and organized crime in New York. She and Dave also talk about the International Criminal Court and maritime law.</p>
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Fran Quigley
<p>On our first episode we talk human rights with author and Director of the Health and Human Rights Clinic for the IU McKinney School of Law, Fran Quigley. </p> <div><a href="http://www.speakoutforhaiti.org/" title= "">SpeakOutForHaiti.org</a></div>
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