Entertainment law and copyright news related to stage productions. You can also find here the Entertainment Law Update Podcast, which blogger Gordon P. Firemark co-hosts with Tamera Bennett, who authors Current Trends in Copyright, Trademark & Entertainment Law.
"Delivers regular podcasts to help those considering law school navigate the law school admissions process. Podcasts also cover topics of interest to law students. Topics of podcasts and blog posts include everything from a behind-the-scenes view of the admission process to post-law school job opportunities and current market trends. Guests include deans of law schools, alumni, LSAT test preparation companies, law school admissions authors, law school admissions consultants and more. On each segment, we go in-depth on a particular topic of interest to a law school applicant and interview relevant experts to help make the application application process more efficient and successful and to help law school applicants gain acceptance to the right law school for them."
LawBiz Blog bills itself as "your practical guide to profit." Topics include running a law firm as well as profitably exiting by selling a law practice. It contains advice on law practice management and technology, linking to relevant articles and podcasts. Some of the podcasts are interviews done by blawg author Ed Poll.
"The lawyering survival guide, featuring posts on blogging, careers, ethics, marketing, going paperless, practice management, starting a law firm, and technology." The blawg also produces an occasional newsletter, Lawyerist Insider.
Posts cover large law firms with London headquarters or outposts, including with a First Most List and a Chambers Most List; quirky U.K. legislation; lawyers in U.K. popular culture; and other topics meaningful or interesting to those in the U.K. studying law or just starting out in practice.
"Providing case updates, comments and recent news concerning noncompetition agreements throughout the United States."
"An outlet for some geeks in law school." Most posts are episodes of the occasional Legal Geekery Podcast, co-hosted by Joshua Auriemma and Laura Bergus.
"A forum for news and discussion between and among law professors who teach legal skills (including legal writing professors, clinicians and 'doctrinal' professors who incorporate practical skills into their courses), practitioners who hire the students we teach, and students themselves who are interested in keeping abreast of trends in legal skills training." Posts address legal writing, very basic law practice management skills, and how law schools can better serve their students.
"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.
A general legal news podcast that is broadcast every business day. The news, read by various LexisNexis publication editors, is in a headline and summary format that’s easy to play while at your desk, or to download by subscription for on-the-go listening.
A weekly podcast with Sherri Jefferson (attorney and founder of the Family Law Center and AAJJP), which explores issues and challenges facing our homes, schools, communities, nation and world.
The podcasts "apply the logic and reasoning tested on the LSAT to current events—from the trampling of a Wal-Mart greeter on Black Friday to the election coverage."
Practice management issues, including software options as well as more general advice. Also, Massachusetts law and supreme court guidelines and Massachusetts Bar Association events.
Radio Berkman features conversations with and talks by leading cyberscholars, entrepreneurs, activists, and policy-makers as they explore topics such as the factors that influence knowledge creation and dissemination in the digital age; the character of power as the worlds of governance, business, citizenship and the media meet the Internet; and the opportunities, role and limitations of new technologies in learning."
"Life and times of a working mother." Among her posts are her "Lawliss" podcasts.
New Jersey Law Blog posts summaries of New Jersey case law on trusts and estates. It also has information about the trusts-and-estates lawyers of Stark & Stark. A podcast feed is also available.
"Designed to educate and inform the public about the social security disability process. Our goal is to break down the various aspects of disability law and keep the general public informed of changes made by the Social Security Administration." Posts also highlight the firm's periodic webcasts.
An occasional New York legal news podcast.
This blawg "has 7,000 pages of free legal news and guidance, mostly on IT and e-commerce issues. These issues can affect any organisation, and OUT-LAW is as much for those in a software start-up as it is for the compliance team at a bank." It also provides a weekly Thursday podcast, OUT-LAW Radio.
"Law library-related talks for the Pace community and anyone else."
"Celebrates the contributions of paralegals and legal assistants across the country (as well as sharing a few cautionary tales). Shares current paralegal news, original news articles, practice tips and networking ideas. News submissions from legal professionals and associations relating to the paralegal profession are welcome."
Audio interviews with industry leaders offer guidance on trends and perspectives in the legal community.
"Researching reform in family law."
Posts investigate the latest issues in computer forensics and e-discovery. Lawyer/consultant Sharon Nelson guides readers as she explores new technologies and reacts, sometimes
with incredulity, at the stunning revelations from lax oversight and poor records management.
Lawyer and longtime journalist Ambrogi takes a critical approach to new and revamped websites aimed at providing services to those in the legal profession. He kicks the tires, gauging how these sites do—or don’t—work for practitioners.1 2 3 >