Articles Tagged with podcast

Colorado does a number of things very well. Mountains are one. Beer is another.¬†Colorado has some 230 breweries¬†and is home to more than 10 percent of the nation’s craft breweries. It makes a certain degree of sense, therefore, that when two Colorado lawyers decided to launch a podcast, they agreed to include craft beer on […]

Monica Bay, editor in chief of Law Technology News, invited me to be a guest on her Law Technology Now podcast this week. Our topic was a recap of legal technology trends we’ve seen on the trade-show circuit this year, primarily at the recent ABA Techshow and the earlier LegalTech New York. Listen here: 2013’s […]

A long time ago, I was the founding editor of Lawyers USA (when it was called Lawyers Weekly USA). I’ve had nothing to do with it for years, but I was interested to note that it launched a new podcast for lawyers yesterday. Called Lawyers in Practice, the podcast is described as discussing “the hot […]

Legal Current, a blog published by Thomson Reuters, today added a new feature, the Legal Current podcast. The podcast will feature “information and commentary on the global business and practice of law.” Today’s first episode covers several topics in the news — the Arizona immigration law, the Supreme Court’s animal cruelty ruling and the BP […]

On Friday, I posted Legal Podcasts for Your Holiday Travel at Legal Blog Watch, a round-up of law-related podcasts you might want to load onto to your favorite MP3 player before heading out on your holiday travel. Check out that list and add one more: any of the weekly podcasts on international dispute negotiation from […]

Thanks to Monica Bay for inviting me to be a guest on her podcast, Law Technology Now. Also on the program is Jim Calloway, author of Law Practice Tips Blog. Among other things, I discuss the Corporate Counsel program I am chairing in New York on Sept. 21, Social Media: Risks & Rewards. (Tip: listen […]

With its first program having debuted in October, the Intellectual Property Colloquium is a promising series of monthly podcasts devoted to intellectual property law. The current program features an interview with Paul Michel, chief judge of the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, who talks about patent reform. Here is how the program describes itself: The […]

For the third year running, Dennis Kennedy’s Blawggie Awards have named Lawyer2Lawyer as the best legal podcast. This year, we tied for best with Denise Howell’s This Week in Law. Lawyer2Lawyer also won the Blawggie in 2007 and 2006. Lawyer2Lawyer was recently selected as a top legal podcast by the editors of the ABA Journal […]

[The following column originally appeared in print in September 2008. I am republishing it as part of my continuing effort to maintain an archive of my published columns. Important note: I have not updated this since its original publication. While most of the sites remain as described, some may have changed. All information was current […]