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The USLawEssentials Law & Language Podcast helps you improve your English and better understand US law and American legal culture. Many of these short episodes are tied to a legal news event or case in the United States. Others include interviews with multilingual lawyers. The shows are hosted by attorneys experienced teaching US law and legal English to students and lawyers from around the world. Listening to the podcasts will improve your ability to understand and communicate in English. u ...
 
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USLAW Radio, a broadcast production of USLAW NETWORK, a nationwide affiliation of more than 60 law firms, providing corporate clients access to top-quality counsel across the United States. USLAW Radio comes to you bi-weekly, covering topics important to both in-house and private practice lawyers.
 
The Carolina Shout is a podcast about ragtime, New Orleans jazz, Harlem stride piano, and swing. Ethan Uslan is the pianist and host who performs live from his living room and offers up fun commentary and stories about the music. Each episode is a short informal private concert just for you, with occasional special guests and experts. So if you are interested in a podcast about rip-roarin American piano music that’s funny, quirky, a little educational but not too much, here it is!
 
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Episode 21 The USLawEssentials Law & Language podcast continues its What’s New in the Legal News series with a discussion of the civil lawsuit against organizers of the violent 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. In that rally, ‘white nationalists’ gathered to protest the removal of a statue and then violently attacked plaint…
 
Episode 20 The USLawEssentials Law & Language podcast celebrates its 20th episode with a fun (fund!) discussion with Jonathan Golub, partner in the Corporate Department at Wiggin & Dana, and Chair of the Fund Formation and Investment Management Practice Group. Stephen Horowtiz talks to Jonathan about his experiences living in Japan and how Jonathan…
 
Episode 19 The USLawEssentials Law & Language podcast presents Part II of a conversation between Stephen Horowitz and Daniel Edelson concerning preparation for an Introduction to US Law course for LLM students. Daniel taught this class for several years and now it’s Stephen’s turn. He will be teaching an intensive week of classes to international s…
 
Episode 18 The USLawEssentials Law and Language podcast continues its series of interviews with multilingual lawyers as Stepehn Horowitz speaks with Kazuto Yamamoto, a partner in the Daiichi LPC law firm in Japan who also Chairs the International Committee of the Osaka Bar Association. Yamamoto-sensei discusses his career path (and travel paths) wh…
 
Obeying the orders of the random generator, Ethan delves into the life and works of ragtime composer Charles Humfeld, who wrote "That Left Hand Rag," "Who Let the Cows Out?" and "Red Moon."
 
Episode 17 In this episode, Stephen Horowitz and Daniel Edelson discuss a one-week intensive class that Stephen will be teaching to LLM students at St. John’s University School of Law. The LLM students are beginning their study of US law and the course helps students better understand the US legal system and government. As Daniel had been teaching …
 
Episode 16 The USLawEssentials What’s New in the Legal News podcast series continues with slightly less new news – – as Stephen Horowritz introduces to Daniel Edelson a story regarding Kanye West tweeting his music contract. Stephen and Daniel discuss contract drafting and what US attorneys mean by “plain English”. We also discuss why learning plai…
 
Episode 15 Welcome to another episode of the USLawEssentials Law & Language Podcast as we continue our series of interviews with multilingual attorneys and other professionals related to the legal field. In this episode, Stephen Horowitz interviews Clara Solomon. Clara is the Director of Counseling & Career Development at the renowned New York Univ…
 
Ethan desperately tries to find a song that would be relevant to the people of Caroga Lake, NY. He also reminisces about the time he accompanied a clown show. Songs included: I WIsh I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate, Eli Green's Cakewalk, Beer Barrel Polka, and Smile.โดย Ethan Uslan
 
Episode 14 In this latest episode of the USLawEssentials Law & Language Podcast, Daniel Edelson interviews multilingual lawyer, Yunjeong Hwang (lawyerhwang.com) Ms. Hwang is a South Korean attorney who specializes in representing expatriates living in South Korea and people overseas with legal issues related to South Korea. She advocates on behalf …
 
Episode 13 The USLawEssentials Law & Language Podcast continues its What’s New in the Legal News series with a case about …. tuna! Or allegedly missing tuna. Daniel Edelson introduces a recent news story about plaintiffs who sued a restaurant franchise for mislabeling its tuna sandwich. And Stephen Horowitz tells us about his favorite hoagie restau…
 
Ethan is all over the place on this episode. Topics range from the St Louis World's Fair to the "Flying Pianist" to some of Ethan's recent and not-recent travels. Finally, to assist in choosing repertoire, Ethan introduces the Ragtime Randomizer. Songs: The Cascades (Joplin), American Patrol (Meacham), On Lake Champlain (Bryan/Gumble), Danny Boy (t…
 
Episode 12 USLawEssentials Law & Language podcast continues its series of interviews with multilingual lawyers. In this episode, Stephen Horowitz interviews Joshua Alter. Joshua discusses his specialized courses for international students enrolling in LLM programs in the United States and also provides invaluable suggestions on how international st…
 
Episode 11 A new episode in the USLawEssentials Law & Language Podcast series on What’s New in the Legal News? This episode explores a defendant accused of “corporate hijacking” as part of a securities fraud scheme. Daniel Edelson and Stephen Horowitz discuss the story of a defendant who allegedly misrepresented himself as a corporate officer of de…
 
Episode 10 This episode of the USLawEssentials Law & Language Podcast continues our series of interviews with multilingual lawyers — but this time with multilingual paralegal Rebecca Chen. Stephen Horowitz is our interviewer and he talks to Rebecca about the important roles paralegals play in law firms. Rebecca offers a great inside perspective on …
 
Episode 9 What happens when a judge misbehaves in court? In this latest episode in the US Law & Language podcast, Stephen introduces a story from the American Bar Association Journal: Judge gets 6-month suspension, partly for misusing her contempt power The judge who apparently abused her power in court finds herself being judged. Find out what hap…
 
Episode 8 The multilingual lawyer series continues! Today Stephen interviews Scott Alprin of Alprin Law PLLC. Scott is an intellectual property attorney who speaks Japanese and works with many international clients. He discusses his remarkable career path and shares insights on law and practicing as an IP attorney.…
 
Episode 7 In this latest episode of the USLawEssentials Law & Language Podcast we continue our What’s New in Legal News series. Today Daniel introduces an article: Manhattan DA brought Trump Organization controller to testify before special grand jury: Sources We talk about the differences between grand juries and regular juries and some of the imp…
 
The USLawEssentials Law & Language Podcast presents another episode in our multilingual lawyer series. In this episode, we spotlight Brenda McKinney, who works for the City of New York. She has a very interesting background and speaks multiple languages, including German, Norwegian, Japanese and more. Listen to her story as she discusses a journey …
 
The USLawEssentials Law & Language Podcast presents our first multilingual lawyer podcast, where we spotlight an attorney who speaks more than one language. Today’s guest is Brian Hersey, a US attorney who speaks Japanese and lived for a number of years in Japan. He works for a major Japanese institution and offers some really interesting insights …
 
In the latest episode of What’s New in Legal News, Stephen Horowitz introduces our topic. We learn that Kim Kardashian failed the Baby Bar. She may still have a secure future. We talk about the differences between accredited and unaccredited law schools, a bit about how to become a lawyer, and we propose some very bad ideas for a new reality TV ser…
 
Episdoe 3 In this episode of the USLawEssentials Law & Language podcast, we continue the What’s New in Legal News series. This time it’s Daniel’s turn and he introduces the recent Edwards v. Vannoy Supreme Court decision and its effect on the Constitutional requirement of unanimous jury verdicts in criminal cases. You can watch two videos discussin…
 
Episode 2 USLawEssentials Law & Language presents, What’s New in Legal News series where Stephen Horowitz and Daniel Edelson ask each other about legal news development. Today it’s Steve’s turn and he introduces an interesting article about bar passage. Apparently, more people in a bar exam candidate’s home reduces the chances that he or she will p…
 
Episode 1 Welcome to the USLawEssentials Law & Language Podcast. In this podcast, Stephen Horowitz and Daniel Edelson summarize and discuss Part I of the Jones v. Mississippi Supreme Court decision. This decision concerns when juveniles may be sentenced to life in prison without a chance for parole. Learn More Legal English with USLawEssentials Imp…
 
Ethan plays a Chopin Nocturne (syncopated of course), two May Aufderheide rags, and a thrilling arrangement of "You're the Cream in My Coffee." Along the way we learn a little bit about May Aufderheide and what may have inspired her rag, "The Thriller."
 
Ethan is back at it with a New Orleans episode. First Hoagy Carmichael's NEW ORLEANS then two Jelly Roll Morton New Orleans numbers (NEW ORLEANS BLUES and NEW ORLEANS BUMP). Then Ethan makes a frosty libation based on Pete Wendling and Max Kortlander's NEW ORLEANS.
 
Ethan awakens from syncopation hibernation! Kate is busy with Zoom meetings so Roomba the emotional support poodle steps in as the guest co-host. Featured songs: BUMBLE BEE STOMP, BUMBLE BOOGIE, BUMBLE BEE RAG, and A SLEEPIN' BEE.
 
In this episode, Ethan plays old-timey songs from movies. Songs played in this episode are "Temptation Rag" (as heard in the film "The Joker"), "Si Tu Vois Ma Mere " (from "Midnight in Paris"), "Tabu" (from "Jojo Rabbit"), and "As Time Goes By" (from "Casablanca").
 
Pianist/host Ethan Uslan gets a rejuvenating makeover and plays songs about mice, rats and Kate's Barbershop. Ethan also ponders the following issues: the origins of the hamburger, the taxonomy of muskrats, and why Irving Caesar would write such a terrible song about Mickey Mouse. This episode is also available on youtube for your viewing pleasure:…
 
Ethan plays some songs that he hopes to play in October at the Ravinia Festival in Chicago. Songs include CHICAGO (Fred Fisher), STRUTTIN WITH SOME BBQ (Lil Hardin Armstrong) and Al Capone's favorite song: ROSES OF PICARDY (Wood/Weatherly). He and Kate make an unconvincing sales pitch for the Carolina Shout Podcast Club.…
 
After toiling in silence for 63 podcast episodes, Kate Uslan finally opens her mouth. And she has a lot to say. And she sings. And plays the maracas. You'd barely notice Ethan, except when he plays the piano on MY SILENT LOVE (Suesse/Heyman), BUTTON UP YOUR OVERCOAT (DeSylva/Brown/Henderson), ANYTHING YOU CAN DO (Irving Berlin), and CACHITA (Rafael…
 
To celebrate Bach's upcoming birthday, Ethan jazzes up Bach's Minuet in G, Invention in Bb, and the Badinerie in B minor. Also, Ethan remembers his college piano professor, Edmund Battersby, by playing Walter Donaldson's "Changes" - a novelty song about a musician who likes to change keys.
 
Ethan starts out with a Mary Lou Williams rarity called "Lonely Moments." Then he plays Jelly Roll Morton's "Froggy Moore Rag" which was inspired by either "Moore the Frog Man" (a contortionist in a frog costume) or Benson "Froggy" Moore (a pianist who would read the newspaper while playing piano). Finally, after all the frog business, Ethan plays …
 
In this episode, Ethan starts off with Fats Waller's VIPERS DRAG and he summons his inner Mr. Rogers for a Harlem-style WON'T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR? For Christmas, Ethan plays two syncopated versions of SILENT NIGHT and for the love of hearty, durable fabrics (and the people who wear them), Ethan performs THE CALICO RAG. Finally, Ethan wraps it up wit…
 
The Carolina Shout presents a terrifying Halloween Special. Featuring BEWITCHED (Rodgers/Hart), NIGHTMARE (Artie Shaw), BLACKOUT BOOGIE (Freddie Slack) and SPOOKY SPOOKS (Edward Claypoole).
 
Ethan's Oktoberfest Special starts out with intoxicated antics UNDER THE ANHEUSER BUSH. Then, a sobered-up and repentant Ethan offers a prayer and musical offering (GAMBRINUS POLKA) to King Gambrinus, the patron saint of beer. After playing a Viennese-style waltz (IN A BEER GARDEN WALTZING WITH YOU), Ethan is visited by none other than King Gambrin…
 
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