First read this. Then read this. Now you know the secret to having a successful podcast.
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 […]
The final slate of nominees was announced today for the PodCast Awards. I am disappointed to report that Lawyer2Lawyer did not make the cut. At the same time, I am happy to report that one law-related podcast did make the final list, in the education category, Life of Law Student. Voting on the nominees opens […]
Law.com has my column, Ten Legal Podcasts to Keep You Informed, which updates my 2005 column, 10 Essential Podcasts for Lawyers.
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.