Law, Legal, and Court Podcast

Welcome To See You In Court: A Premier Law Podcast Series That Seeks To Educate The Public About The Georgia Civil Justice System

“See You In Court” is more than just a podcast; it’s an avenue for us to provide valuable insights into civil law, legal history, and expert legal advice. Our mission is to break down complex legal concepts and make them accessible to the public, empowering individuals with the knowledge they need to understand and protect their rights within the state’s civil justice system.

Recent Episodes

Episode 41: The Loch Ness Monster of the Justice System: A Presidential Pardon

Episode 40 - In Conversation With McCracken Poston, Jr., Author Of “Zenith Man"

Episode 39- Do You Feel Safe? Negligent Security

The Georgia Civil Justice Foundation

AboutThe Georgia Civil Justice Foundation

The civil justice system ensures all people the right to bring individual grievances or complaints before an independent court. A person can file grievances against another person, a company, or even the government. The system allows both parties a fair opportunity to share their side of the story before a judge or jury. It’s designed to hold wrongdoers accountable and can ensure compensation for someone injured due to misconduct.
What’s most important to know about our civil justice system is this: It gives everyone a fair chance. The civil justice system serves as a cornerstone for democracy. It ensures that individuals have a place to seek justice, independent of social standing or economic background. We go deep into these topics on our attorney podcast, explaining how important this system is for maintaining a balanced society where everyone’s rights are respected and protected.
Listen to “See You in Court”, the leading court podcast and civil law podcast.

What we doOur Purpose

One of the most effective ways to educate people of all ages about law today is through educational law talk podcasts. Our podcasts about civil law, legal history, legal advice, and more are free and easy to listen to on the go. Our podcast, “See You In Court”, is our opportunity to enlighten and empower the public about the state’s civil justice system and what it means for your individual rights.

The “See You In Court” podcast isn’t just for those studying law or working in the legal field. It’s for anyone listening to a court podcast who wants to understand how laws are made, how they evolve, and how they impact our lives daily.

Whether you’re interested in the legal system, want the best Civil Law podcast, or just curious about how historical cases have shaped our civil justice system, listen to “See You in Court”.
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Importance of the Civil Justice System

The civil justice system ensures all people the right to bring individual grievances or complaints before an independent court. A person can file grievances against another person, a company, or even the government. The system allows both parties a fair opportunity to share their side of the story before a judge or jury. It’s designed to hold wrongdoers accountable and can ensure compensation for someone injured due to misconduct. What’s most important to know about our civil justice system is this: It gives everyone a fair chance.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the "See You In Court" Podcast About?

The “See You In Court” podcast is a premier series that educates the public about the Georgia civil justice system. It aims to demystify complex legal concepts, offering insights into civil law, legal history, and expert advice. The podcast emphasizes the role of the civil justice system as a democratic cornerstone, giving everyone a fair chance to seek justice. It’s designed for a broad audience, not just legal professionals, and discusses how laws are made, evolve, and their impact on daily life. The Georgia Civil Justice Foundation, which is behind the podcast, invests in legal education programs for Georgians. The podcast encourages listener engagement, inviting inquiries, topic suggestions, and collaboration ideas to make legal knowledge accessible.

For more details, you can visit our official websites: See You In Court Podcast and The Georgia Civil Justice Foundation

Who Hosts the Podcast and What Are Their Credentials?

The “See You In Court” podcast is hosted by Robin Frazer Clark and Lester Tate, both of whom are seasoned legal professionals with over 60 years of combined experience practicing law in Georgia. Robin Frazer Clark is the founder of her own law firm, Robin Frazer Clark, P.C., and has been practicing for 33 years. Lester Tate is the principal and owner of the law firm Akin & Tate and has been practicing since 1987. You can learn more by visiting our “See You In Court” website.

How Often are New Episodes Released?

Curious about when you can catch the latest legal insights from “See You In Court”? Our podcast team works diligently to bring you approximately 10-12 episodes each year. While we don’t have a set schedule for episode releases, we aim to provide a steady stream of content throughout the year to keep you informed and engaged with the Georgia civil justice system. Stay tuned for our thought-provoking discussions, expert legal advice, and deep dives into legal history — all at a pace that ensures the highest quality for our listeners.

Where Can I Listen to the Podcast?

We’ve made the podcast available on all your favorite platforms. Click any of the links below to begin streaming your favorite episode today.

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Can I Suggest a Legal Topic or Case for Discussion?

Yes, the “See You In Court” podcast welcomes listener inquiries, topic suggestions, and even collaboration ideas. If there’s a specific legal topic or case you want the podcast to explore, you can let us know, and we’ll consider it for discussion in our episodes. This approach is part of our commitment to making the law and the civil justice system more accessible and understandable to the public.

To suggest a topic or case, you should get in touch with us through the contact form provided on our website and social media platforms such as YouTube, Facebook and LinkedIn.

Does the Podcast Offer Legal Advice?

The “See You In Court” podcast aims to educate the public about civil law and the civil justice system and provides valuable insights into legal history and concepts. However, it is important to note that while the podcast features discussions with legal professionals and can offer general legal information, it does not constitute personalized legal advice. Listeners with specific legal concerns are encouraged to consult with a qualified attorney who can provide advice tailored to their individual situation.

How Can I Support the Podcast?

Engaging with the podcast through social media, sharing episodes, and providing feedback are the best ways to support and help increase our podcasts visibility.

How Can I Stay Updated on Podcast News and Events?

To stay updated on “See You In Court” podcast news and events, we recommend regularly checking our official website, subscribing to our YouTube channel and by liking and following our pages on Facebook and LinkedIn.

Is There a Community Forum or Discussion Group for Listeners?

We highly value our listener community and encourage active discussion. However, we currently do not have an official community forum or discussion group. We always look forward to hearing feedback directly from our listeners through our contact page and social platforms. Stay tuned for any updates regarding community forums or discussion groups by checking our website and subscribing to our podcast on platforms like YouTube.

Our Mission Empowering All Georgians Through Legal Education

The Georgia Civil Justice Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization that seeks to educate Georgians about the civil justice system and its value by investing in programs that provide education about the legal system.

Contact Us!

Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you want to learn more about the intricacies of the civil justice system or have questions that you’d like addressed in our court podcast. Our Civil Law podcast team is made up of legal professionals who are passionate about demystifying the law for everyone.
We welcome inquiries, topic suggestions, and even collaboration ideas. If there’s something specific you want us to explore on “See You In Court,” let us know, and we’ll do our best to make it happen. We’re committed to making the law and civil justice system accessible and understandable, and your input helps us achieve that goal.