Dissents have it all: brilliant writing, surprising reasoning, shade, puns, and sometimes historical impact. Although the “losing side” writes them, they’re still important: they can provide a roadmap for future challenges or persuade other justices. Sometimes they’re just cathartic. In Dissed, attorneys Anastasia Boden and Elizabeth Slattery dig deep into important dissents, both past, and present, and reveal the stories behind them.

What is Dissed & why listen?
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Season 05

Water, Water Everywhere
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Season 04

A Live Supreme Court Preview
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Six Trials, Seventy-Two Jurors, and One Supreme Court Dissent
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A Dog's Breakfast
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Will the Real Tone Dougie Please Stand Down
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And Bingo Was His Name-o
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Thurgood Marshall and the Machinery of Death
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Which Case Should SCOTUS Overturn?
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License to Mildly Burn
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Season 03

Scalia/Ginsburg
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Emergency Powers Kindle Emergencies
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Big Tech, Antitrust, and the Supreme Court
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We Are All Originalists Now
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Justice Roberts is Hot ‘n Cold
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The Great Dissenter
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Season 02

A Supreme Court Preview
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Your Obedient Servant, B.R. Curtis
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The Right to... WERK
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Affirmative Action and the March of Time
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The King Can Do No Wrong
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SCOTUS Crusades
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Don't Call It a Comeback
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COVID and Court Packin’
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A Regulator Walks Into a Pandemic
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Season 01

The Last, Lonely Federalist
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You're Fired
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A Dissent Forgotten by History
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Bringing Down Obamacare
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Scalia, Blackmun, and Religion
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I respectfully dissent
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Dissed is catnip to legal nerds.

David Lat

Dissed is a refreshing new voice on the podcast landscape, adding both personality and insight to the legal issues of the day.

Ilya Shapiro

Anastasia and Elizabeth host a new and fun podcast about the Supreme Court’s most famous dissents. You will learn something new and laugh in the process.

Josh Blackman

An excellent new podcast about the law – thoughtful, balanced, and clear; highly recommended.

Eugene Volokh

A thoughtful and lively tour through constitutional history and important dissents

Randy Barnett