Articles Tagged with podcast

One of the best law-related podcasts will record its last program June 30. After nine years on the air, Justice Talking, the NPR radio program about law and American life, which is also available as a weekly podcast, has run out of funding. In a post on the program’s companion site, Talking Justice, acting executive […]

The Boston Business Journal today features this piece, Lawyers Looking to Podcasts as Potent Marketing Tool, that highlights our podcast, Lawyer2Lawyer, and the company that produces it, the Legal Talk Network. The reporter who wrote the story, Lisa van der Pool, is interviewed this morning on New England Cable News about lawyer podcasting. The interview […]

[The following column originally appeared in print in October 2006. 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 […]

Monica Bay, longtime editor-in-chief of the magazine Law Technology News, launched her own podcast this week, Law Technology Now. (It also has its own site at LawTechnologyNow.com.) Each month, Bay will interview a key expert from the legal technology community about top issues confronting the legal profession. In the first program, she speaks with David […]

The ABA’s Law Practice Today features a roundtable discussion of podcasting, Legal Talk Radio on Demand: Podcasting for Lawyers. I am honored to be part of this great panel that also includes podcasters Dennis Kennedy, Sharon Nelson, Jim Calloway, Evan Brown, Denise Howell and Tom Mighell. Special thanks to Dennis for inviting me to participate.

Two well-known practice-management professionals have launched what they plan to be a monthly podcast. Called “The Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology,” it is produced as part of the Law Technology Today e-zine of the ABA’s Law Practice Management Section. The first 30-minute episode is up, on the topic Electronic Marketing: Harnessing the Web’s Whizbang. Hosting […]

BlawgSearch.com, the new search engine for legal blogs I reported about here last month, has moved from “alpha” to “beta,” says its developer Tim Stanley of Justia.com, with the addition of RSS feeds for searches, media icons for audio/video posts and a flash player for audio. Also, several hundred more blogs have been added to […]

The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals now offers an RSS feed for its opinions and a podcast feed for its oral arguments. Find them both at the court’s RSS page. According to The Third Branch, the federal courts newsletter, it is the first federal appeals court to offer RSS feeds. Circuit Executive Collins Fitzpatrick […]