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The American Bar Association offers a wealth of free audio resources that you can listen and subscribe to, including:

  • Information on technology and the business of law;
  • Tips and tactics for trial practice;
  • CLE; and,
  • ABA authors discussing a variety of legal topics.

Listen to the current episode of each of the four podcasts below on your computer by clicking on the related link. You don't need an iPod to listen or subscribe to any episode, but you can subscribe to any of these podcasts and have them automatically downloaded to your computer and iPod or other mp3 player.

 

The Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology

In this latest podcast series from the ABA, Sharon D. Nelson & Jim Calloway discuss how lawyers can use technology to manage and market their practices. New episodes are released monthly from the Law Practice Management Section.

Listen to the current episode now
Right-click here to download pictures. To help protect your privacy, Outlook prevented automatic download of this picture from the Internet.Electronic Marketing: Harnessing the Web’s Whizbang (33:00)
This inaugural episode contains many tips and strategies, including website development and search engine optimization, the purchase of keywords on search engines, directory listings (free and paid), electronic newsletters, blogs, podcasts, and much more. Also accompanying this podcast is a list of links to useful related resources.

Subscribe to the The Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology

 

Litigation Podcast: Tips & Tactics for the Practicing Trial Lawyer

Looking for practical tactics you can use at any phase of trial? The Litigation Podcast helps make you a more effective advocate with tips on everything from pretrial case development to closing arguments. This twice-monthly podcast is produced by the Section of Litigation.

Listen to the current episode now
Right-click here to download pictures. To help protect your privacy, Outlook prevented automatic download of this picture from the Internet.Should I Google the Jury? (Part 1 of 2) (5:04)
Tackle some of the tricky ethical questions that arise from dealing with juries in an age when the Internet and other media give both lawyers and jurors access to much instant information about each other.

Listen to other episodes or subscribe to Litigation Podcast: Tips & Tactics for the Practicing Trial Lawyer.

 

ABA-CLE Podcast

Listen to complimentary ABA-CLE programs featuring the nation's legal experts when and where its convenient for you by subscribing to the ABA Monthly Podcast series. New titles are posted on the first Thursday of each month. Check with your state for approval of this format/program for MCLE use. A service of the ABA Center for CLE.

Listen to the current program now
Right-click here to download pictures. To help protect your privacy, Outlook prevented automatic download of this picture from the Internet.Class Actions and Consumers: Do the Twain Still Meet? (1:00:00)
Significant changes in class action law raise the question of whether class actions are still an effective tool for pursuing consumer actions against manufacturers and other corporate defendants. Among the other topics, the article and audio program assess the impact of the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005, the FTC's Class Action Fairness Project, and Proposition 64 in California. Written materials in PDF also accompany this program.

Listen to another program or subscribe to the ABA-CLE Podcast.

 

The ABA Book Briefs Podcast

Listen to ABA authors speak on a variety of subjects such as contract drafting; global climate change and U.S. law; e-discovery; work-life balance; and how associates in a law firm can better equip themselves to succeed. Featured podcasts are released one a month and occasionally, special podcasts are also released. Brought to you by ABA Publishing.

Listen to the current episode now
Right-click here to download pictures. To help protect your privacy, Outlook prevented automatic download of this picture from the Internet.Attorney-Client Privilege and the Work-Product Doctrine (11:00)
A conversation with Edna Epstein, author of the newly released Attorney-Client Privilege and the Work Product Doctrine, 5th Edition. Epstein discusses why lawyers are raising privilege issues so frequently, examines recent trends in attorney-client privilege, and shares observations about her recent travels to China and India.

Listen to other interviews or subscribe to the ABA Book Briefs Podcast.

 



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