The Not Too Stuffy Law Show

"Not Too Stuffy Law Show" offers an innovative and entertaining way to learn about the law and how it influences our lives. The program blends interviews with experts and discussions on case law, sprinkled with humor and comic bits. Attorney Justin St.James hosts with a straight-man's finesse.

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Not Too Stuffy Law - Animal Law

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Episode I

The first segment examines animal care and Animal Law. Photographed at MSPCA's Nevins Farm in Methuen, Massachusetts, we learn about the animal adoption process. Then, Professor of Law Holly Vietzke discusses Animal Law; what it is and how it protects our pets.

In the second half of this show, we look at a case in Tort Law from the National Football League - "Hackbart v. Cincinnati Bengals."

Not Too Stuffy Law - Funny Cases & Privacy Issues

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Episode 6 - In the first half of the program, "Bedtime Stories for Lawyers," we take a humorous look at a plastic surgery case, "Sullivan vs. O'Conner." In the show's second half we discuss Privacy issues with Police Officer Chuck Edgerly of the Andover Police Department. The discussion on Privacy will continue in Episode 7.

Not Too Stuffy Law - Tort Law & School Admissions, pt2

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Episode V

In the first half of the show, a stationary model railroad train is used to help demonstrate 4 cases in Tort Law; including "slip and fall" and "negligence" issues, and the landmark "Palsgraf v. Long Island Railroad" case.

The second half of the show, taped at Boston College Law School, discusses school admissions. Although the focus is on law schools, the information translates to how the admissions process works in general, and the way an admission officer may evaluate applications.

Not Too Stuffy Law - School Admissions

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Episode IV

A program on school admissions. The interview was conducted at the University of New Hampshire School of Law. (A shorter segment on school admissions, taped at Boston College Law School, appears in Episode V.)

Although the focus is on law schools, the information translates to how the admissions process works in general, and the way an admission officer may evaluate applications.