Columbia Law School has launched a six-episode podcast series called Beyond “Unprecedented”: The Post-Pandemic Economy, hosted by Eric Talley, the Isidor and Seville Sulzbacher Professor of Law. In each episode, he and other experts at the law school explore the challenges facing small businesses, essential workers, corporate boards, and financial institutions in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic. Talley and his guests also discuss the solutions that they believe are necessary to get beyond these “unprecedented” times.
The first five episodes are:
Essential—and Broke (wealth and income inequality), with Katharina Pistor, Edwin B. Parker Professor of Comparative Law, and Michael Graetz, Columbia Alumni Professor of Tax Law;
Can the Fed Rescue Us?, with Kathryn Judge, Harvey J. Goldschmid Professor of Law, and Peter Conti-Brown, Pritzker-Pucker Family Visiting Associate Professor of Law;
A New Chapter for Bankruptcy?, with Edward Morrison, Charles Evans Gerber Professor of Law, and Millstein Center research fellow Kate Waldock;
Helping Small Businesses Survive—and Thrive, with Clinical Professor of Law Lynnise E. Pantin and Tim Wu, Julius Silver Professor of Law, Science, and Technology; and
A Stakeholder-Shareholder Smackdown, with corporate governance experts Ira M. Millstein and Leo E. Strine Jr.
The sixth and final episode, on world trade, will appear Monday, November 9, and feature Anu Bradford, Henry L. Moses Professor of Law and International Organization, and Petros Mavroidis, Edwin B. Parker Professor of Foreign & Comparative Law. You can listen to each episode and subscribe to the series here.