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"When Should Law Forgive?" with Legal scholar and former Harvard University Law School Dean, Martha Minow and guest host Anne Bremner
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Legal scholar and former Harvard University Law School Dean, Martha Minow, joined the show for a no-holds-barred conversation about life and law. Alan Gurvey and guest host Anne Bremner, who is fresh off a $98 million win in the Susan Powell case, discussed Martha’s new book “When Should Law Forgive?” They also spoke about the academic's storied career teaching at a prestigious institution for nearly four decades. Plus, Alan and Anne got the goods from Martha about what it was like having former President Barack Obama as a student (who later said, "I had a teacher who changed my life"), and her experience of being named as a possible candidate for the Supreme Court. Don’t Gurvey's Law on Sundays at 5 p.m. PST on KABC-AM 790 TalkRadio and live at kabc.com!