With the doors to federal court closing on civil rights claims, this final episode of Season 2 heads to new terrain: state court.

Click here for transcript. Click here for Episode 1.

Guests

Robert Williams, Rutgers Law

Alexander Reinert, Cardozo Law

Diego Zambrano, Stanford Law

Keith Neely, Institute for Justice

Civil rights practitioners:

Victor Fleitas, Mississippi

A. Dwight Pettit, Baltimore

Laura Schauer Ives, New Mexico

Hugh Eastwood, St. Louis

Doug Norwood, Arkansas

Victor Glasberg, Virginia

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