The Cross & Gavel podcast is designed for lawyers and law students, but our topics range from pop culture to theology, to books and movies. And law. Host Mike Schutt invites a variety of guests to speak on topics relating broadly to faith and culture, but our focus is on the intersection of faith and work, particularly work in the law.
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Center attorneys, Director Kim Colby and Litigation Director Reed Smith, discuss the Supreme Court's Bostock v. Clayton County decision.
Center attorneys, Director Kim Colby and Litigation Director Reed Smith, discuss the Supreme Court's June Medical Services v. Russo decision.
Center attorneys, Director Kim Colby and Litigation Director Reed Smith, discuss the Supreme Court's Espinoza v. Montana Dept. of Revenue decision.
Pastor and author Mark Bertrand shares lessons from the Psalms.
Guest Greg Rummel talks about how a stage 4 cancer diagnosis prepared him to encourage others in these anxious times.
Carl Caton of the San Antonio Marriage Initiative believes that family law lawyers and judges are key players in the project to encourage and support the family.
Mike Schutt and Drew Nelson discuss The Odyssey and consider why Christians should read the ancient pagans.
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