Legal Talk Network
"This is the first truly interactive Internet radio network for the legal community. Each show is legal talk radio, highlighting important issues with high-profile lawyers and experts. Get the latest legal news, and connections with colleagues that will help you meet the challenges of a changing legal world." This blawg also says it offers continuing legal education credit for listening to legal news. Programs include Lawyer2Lawyer, The ESI Report, Workers' Comp Matters, Ringler Radio, Law Technology Now, In-House Legal, The Kennedy-Mighell Report, and The Paralegal Voice, The Un-Billable Hour, the Boston University School of Law podcast and Digital Detectives.
Author: Lawyer2Lawyer is hosted by J. Craig Williams a lawyer with the Williams Law Firm in Newport Beach, Calif. who also authors May it Please the Court, and Robert Ambrogi, a solo practitioner in Rockport, Mass., who also authors Robert Ambrogi's Lawsites, Media Law and BullsEye - Expert Witnesses & Litigation, contributes to Catalyst E-Discovery Blog; The ESI Report is hosted by Michele C.S. Lange, a staff attorney in the electronic evidence services group at Eden Prairie, Minn.-based Kroll Ontrack Inc.; Workers' Comp Matters is hosted by Alan S. Pierce, who practices at Alan S. Pierce & Associates in Salem, Mass.; and Ringler Radio is co-hosted by Ringler Associates' Larry Cohen (North Andover, Mass.) and Donald J. Engels (Chicago); Law Technology Now is hosted by Monica Bay, who is editor-in-chief of Law Technology News and also authors The Common Scold; In-House Legal is hosted by Paul D. Boynton of MCB Communications in Needham, Mass.; The Kennedy-Mighell Report is hosted by Dennis Kennedy, who also authors DennisKennedy.com and is a columnist for the ABA Journal, and Tom Mighell. The Paralegal Voice is co-hosted by Vicki Voisin, who authors The Paralegal Mentor, and Lynne DeVenny, who authors Practical Paralegalism. The Un-Billable Hour is hosted by Rodney Dowell, director of the Massachusetts Law Office Management Assistance Program in Boston, who also co-authors Mass. LOMAP: Law Practice Advisor. The Boston University School of Law podcast is hosted by Boston University Law Professor Jay Wexler. Digital Detectives is co-hosted by Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc. and John W. Simek, Vice President of Sensei Enterprises; Nelson also authors Ride the Lightning.