Behind the Lines: The Houston Lawyer Podcast

Intellectual Property and Juvenile Justice Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

August 25, 2020 Brooksie Boutet Season 1 Episode 1
Behind the Lines: The Houston Lawyer Podcast
Intellectual Property and Juvenile Justice Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic
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Behind the Lines: The Houston Lawyer Podcast
Intellectual Property and Juvenile Justice Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic
Aug 25, 2020 Season 1 Episode 1
Brooksie Boutet

In this episode we’ll examine the intersection of the law and the coronavirus pandemic. Donna Haynes and Carey Jordan of Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP discuss COVID-related innovations, including vaccine development and energy industry trends. Then, Henry Gonzales, Executive Director of the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department, and Professor Ellen Marrus, Director of the Center for Children, Law & Policy at the University of Houston Law Center, take our listeners inside the Harris County Juvenile Justice System.

After listening to this episode, Houston Bar Association members can visit hba.org/watchcle for information to obtain CLE credit.

Views expressed by the participants of this program are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors of The Houston Lawyer or the Houston Bar Association.

Show Notes

In this episode we’ll examine the intersection of the law and the coronavirus pandemic. Donna Haynes and Carey Jordan of Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP discuss COVID-related innovations, including vaccine development and energy industry trends. Then, Henry Gonzales, Executive Director of the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department, and Professor Ellen Marrus, Director of the Center for Children, Law & Policy at the University of Houston Law Center, take our listeners inside the Harris County Juvenile Justice System.

After listening to this episode, Houston Bar Association members can visit hba.org/watchcle for information to obtain CLE credit.

Views expressed by the participants of this program are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors of The Houston Lawyer or the Houston Bar Association.