It seems like legal podcasts are a dime a dozen these days. But a new entrant in the crowded field offers something others don’t—the perspective of sitting judges. Four women state supreme court justices, to be more precise.

Lady Justice: Women of the Court debuts Sept. 17 (that’s Constitution Day) and features Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Rhonda Wood; Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman; Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget McCormack; and West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Beth Walker. The podcast aims to shed light on the oft-overlooked realm of state courts, and help the public to better understand the impact those courts have on their lives. With so much attention heaped on the U.S. Supreme Court and other federal courts, many people don’t realize that state courts handle the bulk of the country’s judicial business, Guzman said.

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