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Guest: Professor Nina Kohn, Professor of Law at Syracuse University and Expert in Elder and Guardianship Law

Britney Spears is struggling to free herself from a decade-long guardianship under her father James and yesterday, she could have reached a milestone when a California court judge agreed that the pop star would choose her own attorney. Today in “This Matters,” we take a look at exactly how curation works in America and whether the cry for help from a pop icon has started an important national conversation about the need to reform curatorial laws.

Supporters of Britney Spears gather in front of a Los Angeles court hearing on the guardianship of the pop singer.



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