We Dissent: The urgency of court reform

On the latest episode of the only all-women secular podcast in the United States, three powerhouse attorneys discuss the timely topic of court reform.

“We Dissent” hosts FFRF Legal Director Rebecca Markert, FFRF Attorney Liz Cavell and American Atheist Attorney Alison Gill will be speaking with Katie O’Connor, deputy chief counsel at Demand Justice, a national organization that works to restore balance to the federal courts. On episode 17 of “We Dissent,” O’Connor discusses with the hosts about how the Supreme Court and federal courts have been broken, why it’s an existential threat to our secular democracy — and how we can fix it.

“We Dissent,” which first aired in April 2022, is a legal affairs show for atheists, agnostics and humanists, offering legal wisdom from the secular viewpoint of women lawyers. The show is a collaboration of the Freedom From Religion Foundation and American Atheists.

You can listen to previous episodes here, which examine developments affecting the separation of church and state in the U.S. Supreme Court and lower federal courts. Examples of issues discussed on past episodes include the 303 Creative v. Elenis case, elections and the variation of legislation from state to state.

Episodes are available at the “We Dissent” website, Spotify, or wherever your podcasts are found. You can also stay up to date with the “We Dissent” podcast on Facebook and Twitter.

Tune in regularly at “We Dissent” for compelling legal discussion and insights.

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