Professor Leslie Tenzer to host new podcast on West Academic, Legal Tenzer: Casual Conversations on Noteworthy Legal Topics

July 28, 2022
Leslie Tenzer

Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University Professor Leslie Y. Garfield Tenzer is the host of a newly launched podcast, Legal Tenzer: Casual Conversations on Noteworthy Legal Topics. Created in collaboration with West Academic, Legal Tenzer, will serve as a platform for casual conversations on timely legal issues between Professor Tenzer and prominent legal scholars and practitioners.

"I am so thrilled to be the host of this newly launched podcast by West Academic," said Professor Tenzer, Professor of Law and Luk-Cummings Family Faculty Scholar at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law. "Podcasts have become another learning medium and tool for students and the broader legal community. Throughout this podcast, we will discuss hot topics and timely legal cases, issues, and topics. I look forward to having these interesting casual conversations with West Academic authors and sharing the knowledge through the podcast platform."

The first episode, The Pink Tax, featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law Distinguished Professor Bridget Crawford, speaking with Professor Tenzer on the topic of menstrual equality. Upcoming episodes, released weekly, will focus on topics including the Vanessa Bryant privacy case, and the West Virginia v. EPA decision, featuring Haub Distinguished Professor of Environmental Law Katrina Fischer Kuh.

The new podcast series draws upon the succes of Professor Tenzer's widely acclaimed podcast for students, Law to Fact, which was launched in 2017. In Law to Fact, Professor Tenzer highlights substantive legal issues in discussion with distinguished law professors from across the nation. Over time the renowned podcast has become the go to place for all things law, including course material, application tips, study strategies, and career advice—all packed into one podcast.

Professor Tenzer's scholarship and teaching bridge the worlds of theory and practice, mainly regulating conduct in the digital age. Before coming to Pace, Professor Tenzer was a legislative attorney in the Legal Division of the Council of the City of New York. Her responsibilities included drafting legislation, organizing public hearings, and coordinating with city agencies and interest groups on the city's legislative process. She currently teaches and writes in Commercial Law, including Contracts and UCC Article 2, Criminal Law, Torts, and Social Media Law. Professor Tenzer's most recent scholarship focuses on issues concerning emotional harm and the impact of the Internet on the law. She received her BA from the University of Florida and her JD from the University of Florida College of Law. 

Each episode of Legal Tenzer: Casual Conversations on Noteworthy Legal Topics is available online to the public for one week upon release or through a subscription to West Academic. 

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