Welcome to In-Studio from Life of the Law. This week we're talking about our most recent episode Mother and Son, the role of corporal punishment in the house, and the recent United Airlines situation.
Each month we present an investigative feature report and two weeks later our team -- a scholar, journalist, producer, and attorney -- meet up in the studios of KQED in San Francisco to talk about our investigative reports, the law in the news, and the law on our minds. Join us for this month's In-Studio conversation:
- Brittny Bottorff Attorney and Chair of LOTL Advisory Board
- Kirsten Jusewicz-Haidle LOTL's Post-Production Editor
- Nancy Mullane LOTL's Executive Producer and Host
- Osagie Obasogie Scholar and LOTL Advisory Board MemberHave a story or a question about the law you'd like us to bring to our next
Stories we're talking about...or want to talk about:
Each time our team meets up In-Studio, we bring stories that are in the news and on our minds -- that we want to talk about, and get help sorting out.
We don't have time to discuss all of the stories on the table, but we're sharing them with you:
- 'Raise the Age,’ Now Law in New York, Is Still a Subject of Debate
- Raise the Age, NY
- Spanking and crime rates
- Does Outlawing Spanking Lower The Crime Rate Years Later?
- The Influence of Corporal Punishment on Crime
Life of the Law In-Studio: Mother and Son was produced by Nancy Mullane, Life of the Law's Executive Producer and our Senior Producer, Tony Gannon. Our Post Production Editors are Kirsten Jusewicz-Haidle and Rachael Cain.
We want to thank our Advisory Board Members Brittny Bottorff and Osagie Obasogie for joining us In-Studio.
Our engineer was Katie McMurran of KQED Radio in San Francisco. Music in this episode was composed by Ian Coss.
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