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The National Security Law Podcast: This Podcast Is Invoking 'P'!

This is our second lockdown episode, simulcast as a Zoom-based video! If you didn’t believe us before about our commitment to production authenticity, well you will if you watch the video version! You should be able to download it here.

Happily, we are joined this week by Prof. Jen Daskal from American University’s Washington College of Law. Jen is our first two-time guest on the show (our first live event was with her students at American last year)! Tune in for discussions of:

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The National Security Law Podcast: This Podcast Is Zoom-y!

We may be on home lockdown, but that didn’t stop us from recording! Thanks to the magic of Zoom, we gathered online to record this episode, and just for kicks we recorded the video while we were at it. So, if you ever wondered what sort of faces we make at each other while recording, well, now’s your chance. We’ll put the link for the video out, via the NSL Podcast twitter feed (@nslpodcast). Enjoy!

As for substance:

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The National Security Law Podcast: What SCOTUS Can Learn from Franklin Barbecue

Are you “working” from home now? Perhaps it’s time to take a break and enjoy the latest episode of the National Security Law Podcast. In a discussion that takes the goal of let’s-not-prepare-too-much to new heights, your co-hosts Professors Bobby Chesney and Steve Vladeck are back to talk about:

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The National Security Law Podcast: This Podcast Deserves (at Least) One Vote for the Hall of Fame

Oh heavens, what were they thinking? This week on the National Security Law Podcast, your hosts Steve Vladeck and Bobby Chesney bring you…well, not a single second of national security law talk. Nope, instead this episode is all-frivolity from start to finish. Movies, T.V, sports, books…anything but the actual topic of the show! But, hey, maybe you could use a break from the headlines? Rest assured, we’ll be back next week with our usual format.

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