Appellate Oral Arguments Available for Free on 'iTunes U'
You've already ordered your U.S. Supreme Court baseball cards. Now it's time for all of you appellate law geeks aficionados to take the next step and get yourself some good oral arguments on iTunes to listen to while you work out.
The Tex Parte Blog reports here that St. Mary's University School of Law will now be making recordings of Texas Supreme Court oral arguments available, for free, on iTunes U, Apple's online repository of free educational content and lectures, presentations, videos and podcasts from all over the world. For three years now, St. Mary's and the Texas Supreme
Court have partnered to provide the court's oral arguments through live webcasts, but these arguments will now also be featured on iTunes U.
A quick look at iTunes U shows that the Texas oral arguments are not the only ones available on the site. In fact, dozens -- if not hundreds -- of U.S. Supreme Court argument are also available, for free, through the Oyez Project. Here, for instance, is the iTunes U link to oral argument in the landmark case of Bush v. Gore. Listen to that one a few times on the treadmill and see if the justices' controversial ruling becomes any clearer.
Posted by Bruce Carton on November 11, 2009 at 11:01 AM | Permalink
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