Miami Law's Esteemed Podcast Concludes Season 12

The Explainer, a podcast where law professors delve into current news stories, has just wrapped up its twelfth season, boasting over 52,000 downloads.
Miami Law's Esteemed Podcast Concludes Season 12

Covering topics from the deportation of Ukrainian children to flat fees for death penalty cases to criminalizing homelessness, the faculty at Miami Law offered their insights on the latest legal matters throughout the season. The Miami Law Explainer, known for breaking down complex legal topics into understandable segments, has successfully released its 162nd episode, concluding Season 12.

Since its launch in 2018, the podcast has attracted a significant audience, including international listeners from Japan to Germany, who appreciate its detailed and captivating discussions, evidenced by its impressive download count.

Miami Law's Long Running Podcast Puts the Lid on Season 12

The Explainer, where law faculty unpacks the headlines, just completed Season 12 with over 52K downloads.

Miami Law faculty chimed in on all the legal news of the day again this season.

The Miami Law Explainer, the legal podcast educating its listeners on everything from the basics of the legal system to complex legal issues, has just dropped its 162th episode, marking the end of Season 12. The show has gained a large following over the years, thanks to its informative and engaging content, with more than 52,000 downloads from listeners as far away as Japan and Germany since its unveiling in 2018.

Season 12 top tracks: 

S12 E3 Charging Parents for the Crimes of the Child

Michigan parents Jennifer and Jason Crumbly are being tried for a school shooting committed by their son. Criminal law expert Scott Sundby looks at the crime and the impact. Recorded February 1, 2024.

S12 E7 SCOTUS Takes on Trump

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear the former president's claim of immunity from charges that he sought to overturn the 2020 election results, throwing the 2024 elections into chaos. Constitutional expert Frances Hill clears the air. Recorded February 29, 2024.

S12 E4 Let's Play Antimonopoly

Antitrust expert John Newman recently wrote, the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice "have been on a tear." Recorded on February 6, 2024.

The show is hosted by Annette Hugues, engineered and edited by Christopher Alzati, with theme music by Ray D. Kim, and graphic design by Elizabeth Estefan. Catharine Skipp is the executive producer.

The Explainer is 100% bingeable and will return in January with Season 12 with lots more explaining.

Subscribe to the Explainer podcast and follow the Explainer on Miami Law's social platforms so you'll never miss an episode.