Making a Murderer podcasting and Sunny Ways
It has been a crazy start to 2016.
I have not written much here but I have been podcasting a Making a Murderer after show. For each episode of Netflix's super popular doc-series my spouse Emilie Taman and I dive deep into the details. It has been really fun since for 3 of the first 4 episodes we have been joined by special guest, former Supreme Court Justice and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour.
So a former judge, defence lawyer, and former prosecutor do a podcast - sounds like the start of a bad joke. Check out the show here and subscribe on iTunes (seriously it is fun to move up the charts and your subscriptions and ratings help).
I also started a new online column called The Woodshed for Canadian Lawyer. You can check out the inaugural piece here: More than sunny ways needed to address mandatory minimums.
And a swore in a quote to Vice - classy.
Oh I also did some actually real life work too - podcasting and writing money don't put food on the table.
But seriously - I hope to write more here.