Two of the most accomplished legal advocates in the country, David Boies and Theodore Olson met head-to-head as adversaries before the Supreme Court in the case of Bush v. Gore, which effectively decided the U.S. presidential election in the year 2000. They surprised many observers in 2009, when they joined forces to overturn California’s Proposition 8, which would have banned same-sex marriage in the state. After their victory in the Supreme Court, they were jointly awarded the medal of the American Bar Association, their profession’s highest honor. They have told the story of their unlikely alliance in a book, Redeeming the Dream. In this podcast, recorded at the 2014 International Achievement Summit in San Francisco, David Boies and Theodore Olson describe their experience as adversaries in Bush v. Gore, and as allies in the historic gay marriage case.