Got a new iPod for Christmas and still looking for something to do with it? Here are some recent law-related podcasts worth a listen:
- At the podcast formerly known as Coast to Coast, we have changed our name: We are now Lawyer2Lawyer. The change acknowledges our expanding audience and programming beyond the two coasts. In the latest episode, my co-host, J. Craig Williams, and I discuss companies' expanding use of outside general counsel.
- Lawyer Lauren Stiller Rikleen discusses her book, Ending the Gauntlet: Removing Barriers to Women’s Success in the Law, on the latest episode of Westcast, the Thomson West podcast. (You can also hear Rikleen discuss her book on a Lawyer2Lawyer episode recorded last March, Legal Gender Gap.)
- The third episode of This WEEK in LAW is up, with hosts Denise Howell, Cathy Kirkman, Ernie Svenson and John Palfrey speaking with guest Jason Calacanis about RSS and the rights of content creators.
- Colete Vogele launches her podcast, Rules for the Revolution, with guest Mia Garlick, general counsel for Creative Commons, to discuss questions about licensing for podcasts.
- At Check This Out!, law librarian Jim Milles provides an update on blogging and the New York lawyer advertising rules with New York legal bloggers Bill Altreuter of Outside Counsel, Nicole Black of Sui Generis and Matt Lerner of New York Civil Law Blog.
Remember, you do not need an iPod to listen to a podcast. Listen on your computer or burn the podcast to a CD and listen in your car.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on January 29, 2007 at 03:39 PM | Permalink
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