We hope you’ll listen in as Tanya and her guests explore a wide range of topics—from fighting frivolous lawsuits to ensuring meaningful criminal justice reform to breaking bread with political opponents without breaking glass in each other’s faces.

Recent guests include:

Mo’Kelly, Tanya talks to Mo’Kelly, host of the 3-time award-winning Mo’Kelly Show (heard on the #1 news/talk station in America, KFI AM 640 in Los Angeles and also on iHeartRadio) about racism, gaslighting, the dangers of a fact-free world and how to carry on and win when someone comes at you sideways.

Heather Gerken, Dean and Sol & Lillian Goldman Professor of Law at Yale Law School, on students making change; what “rule of law” means; and how vampires make for happy families.

Three power lawyers, attorneys Paul Derby, Chad Hummel and Michael Trope talk about how bad court can get when the other side doesn’t play fairly.

Sarah Van Patten, principal dancer with the San Francisco Ballet, on fulfilling your purpose and dancing while (very) pregnant

Officer “Byrd, TV bailiff, real-life philanthropist, and one of the best Bernie Mac impersonators around

Anthony Daniels, the first African-American House Minority leader for the State of Alabama | See our Resources page for a voting rights and registration guide

Peter Shuck, Tanya’s former professor and now Simeon E. Baldwin Professor of Law Emeritus at Yale University