Legal Lad offers concise, useful information from a practicing attorney to help you decipher the laws that govern your daily life. Covering areas of constitutional law, employment law, privacy rights, liability, criminal law, international rights, family law and wills and estates, Legal Lad explains the complex web of state, national, and international rules and regulations that dictate the rights you do and don’t have in common, everyday situations. Legal Lad was originally hosted by Michael Flynn (2007, 2008). Legal Lad is now hosted by Adam Freedman. Legal Lad is a Quick and Dirty Tips podcast.
Disclaimer: Please note that the legal information featured in Legal Lad podcasts and transcripts is presented for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for seeking personalized legal advice from an attorney licensed to practice in your jurisdiction. Further, Adam Freedman's name is only being provided for authorship purposes, and not to advertise any legal services.
About Adam Freedman
Adam Freedman is a lawyer and a regular contributor to Point of Law and Ricochet. His 2007 book, The Party of the First Part (Henry Holt) was hailed by William Safire as “a lighthearted but lucid explanation of legalese.” His latest book, The Naked Constitution, is a "no-holds-barred defense of originalism," according to Publishers Weekly. Freedman's legal commentary has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, and on Public Radio.
Freedman has degrees from Yale, Oxford, and the University of Chicago. He lives in Brooklyn, New York with his wife and two daughters.