Salvador Mungia joins the American Bar Foundation’s new podcast

    Today, the American Bar Foundation (ABF) launches our new podcast: Whose Law Is It Anyway?   Whose Law Is It Anyway? explores social issues and legal challenges through conversations with the ABF’s community of researchers and practitioners. Join host Matthew Martinez Hannon as he goes beyond the headlines and into our classrooms, courtrooms, and homes to learn how empirical and interdisciplinary research matters in everyday life.   Echoing the ABF’s motto, “Expanding Knowledge and Advancing Justice,” the podcast offers an in-depth exploration of sociolegal subjects such as access to justice, rent and housing, civil rights, and sexual consent on college campuses.    New episodes of Whose Law Is It Anyway? will be published monthly. Episodes are available wherever you get your podcasts.     Stream the podcast online       Episode One: …And Justice for All   Access to justice is experiencing a crisis in the United States. Every day, millions of people contend with justice problems that can lead to devastating results such as bankruptcy, poverty, and homelessness. Yet, effective legal assistance remains out of reach for many Americans. How can lawyers help ordinary people get the affordable legal support they need? And how will the COVID-19 pandemic compound these problems?      Featuring:     Rebecca Sandefur ABF Faculty Fellow Program Director, ABF/JPB Foundation Access to Justice Scholars Program Arizona State University Professor     Salvador Mungia Partner, Gordon Honeywell Thomas Washington State Access to Justice Board