Legal Podcast Roundup
Some recent law-related podcasts worth tuning in:
- Social Networking and the Law. Apologies for blowing our own horn, but J. Craig Williams and I had an insightful conversation on our "Lawyer2Lawyer" podcast with three guests who had very different perspectives on the topic: Chris Carfi, co-founder of business-networking company Cerado; Eric Goldman, director of the High Tech Law Institute at Santa Clara University School of Law; and Kara Swisher, co-executive editor of All Things Digital.
- May it Please the Court. For her most recent "This Week in Law" podcast, Denise Howell borrows a title from the aforementioned Williams, who writes the blog May it Please the Court, but not without including him as a guest on the program, along with bloggers Ernie Svenson, Cathy Kirkman and Collette Vogele. They discuss Avvo Answers, the ABA Journal's Blawg 100, RIAA waffling and Facebook's Beacon.
- The Legal Technology Year 2007 in Review. For their podcast "The Digital Edge," Sharon D. Nelson and Jim Calloway review some of the year's most notable technology software products.
- Law and Disorder. The latest installment of this weekly podcast looks at U.S. drug policy and its connection to rising prison populations, an appeals court ruling tossing a terrorism judgment, and the building of a police state in the U.S.
- Charon QC. This U.K. blogger is podcasting up a storm, with recent episodes including interviews with the author of the LawMinx blog and with Nick Holmes of Infolaw, along with this weekend review of the news.
- Experts on marketing. Cole Silver of the blog Legal Marketing Secrets offers a preview of his Expert Audio Series, an ambitious series of podcast interviews with top names in legal marketing and career development. Among the interviews available to date: Greg Siskind, "the grandfather of legal internet marketing," and Gina Furia Rubel, legal PR consultant.
No doubt I've missed some. Please feel free to mention others below.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on January 22, 2008 at 02:10 PM | Permalink
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