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The Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology is a podcast hosted by Sharon Nelson, president of Sensei Enterprises, and Jim Calloway, Director of the Oklahoma Bar Association's Management Assistance Program. Each month, Nelson and Calloway invite noted legal technologists, authors, and lecturers to address a different topic related to lawyers and technology.
 
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Innovation Files

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Innovation Files

Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF)

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Explore the intersection of technology, innovation, and public policy with the world’s leading think tank on these issues. Innovation Files serves up expert interviews, fascinating insights, and head-turning commentary on how to accelerate innovation, promote economic growth, and serve the public good. Expect to hear some unconventional wisdom.
 
Sarah-Mae Thomas presents a podcast on various legal and social issues. Sarah-Mae specialises in family law, personal injury law and insurance litigation, with a keen interest in issues surrounding children and women. Information provided in this podcast does not constitute legal advice and does not create a solicitor-client relationship with listeners.
 
Our new monthly podcast features the editor-in-chief of Law Technology News, Monica Bay, interviewing key experts of the legal technology community, about top issues confronting the legal profession. If it's tech, it's a potential topic — from e-discovery to network infrastructure; from creating courtroon graphics to launching "green law" programs. Each month, Ms. Bay will bring LTN's pages alive with brisk, incisive discussion of today's top trends and developments
 
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SOL Podcast

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SOL Podcast

Andrew Baker, The Baker Law Group

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A legal podcast for the masses including attorneys and the general public combined. A podcast dedicated to protecting your rights by discussing the law, politics and exploring current events. A mix of education and entertainment surpassing expectations for traditional legal forums.
 
The Reminger Report Podcast: Emerging Technologies examines how innovations in technology and business models affect our daily lives, and how the law is adapting to respond to these changes. View video versions of our podcast here:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGB0Epyu5FT7xZJ6uCapQAgFor more information about Reminger Co., LPA, visit https://www.reminger.com/
 
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Between Two Codes

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Between Two Codes

Institute for Technology Law & Policy at Georgetown Law

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A podcast at the intersection of law and technology from the Institute for Technology Law & Policy at Georgetown Law. Between Two Codes is a student-run tech and policy focused podcast highlighting relevant and timely work by Tech Institute faculty, students, alumni, and fellows.
 
Technically Legal is a podcast about legal tech, legal innovation and the impact of tech on the law and legal industry. In each episode we interview an innovator in the legal industry. Guests discuss how technology is changing the practice of law and how they are implementing legal technology and innovation into their legal departments and law firms. The podcast is hosted by Chad Main, an attorney and founder of Percipient, a tech-enabled legal services provider. Chad launched Percipient on ...
 
Machine learning and artificial intelligence are dramatically changing the way businesses operate and people live. The TWIML AI Podcast brings the top minds and ideas from the world of ML and AI to a broad and influential community of ML/AI researchers, data scientists, engineers and tech-savvy business and IT leaders. Hosted by Sam Charrington, a sought after industry analyst, speaker, commentator and thought leader. Technologies covered include machine learning, artificial intelligence, de ...
 
Our laws and ethical practices have evolved over centuries. But today, tech is on an exponential curve and is affecting practically everyone—everywhere, pulling society from its roots and reordering the way we live. Amidst these changes, how do we make sure our laws keep pace with the times? Join Yves Faguy of CBA National in conversation with leading legal minds and practitioners exploring this question. -- Nos lois et nos pratiques en matière d'éthique ont évolué au fil des siècles. Mais a ...
 
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New Solo

Legal Talk Network

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So, you’re a new lawyer or you’re new to practicing solo. You’ve got your game plan. Now what? First, know that you’re not ‘alone. It’s the fastest growing segment of the legal profession. Welcome to New Solo here on the Legal Talk Network, where you’ll learn a lot about practicing law. SOLO!
 
The Agenda is a new podcast from Policy Exchange, described recently by LBC's Iain Dale as "the pre-eminent think tank in the Westminster village". It covers our latest research and immediate reactions to current affairs. We bring you analysis from our team of experts along with guest appearances from the leading thinkers in their fields. The current series responds to the Coronavirus outbreak and its wide-ranging impact on all aspects of government policy.
 
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Best's Insurance Law Podcast

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Best's Insurance Law Podcast

Best's Recommended Insurance Attorneys & Adjusters

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Best’s Insurance Law Podcast series examines key topics in the insurance industry from an attorney’s point of view. Featured panelists are top lawyers from firms profiled in Best's Insurance Professional Resources, a highly selective online service showcasing only firms recommended by their clients for outstanding service to the insurance industry. Published by AM Best, Best's Insurance Professional Resources is a claims industry resource that features qualified legal counsel, independent in ...
 
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How to Fix the Internet

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How to Fix the Internet

Cindy Cohn and Danny O’Brien - Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)

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The internet is broken—but it doesn’t have to be. If you’re concerned about how surveillance, online advertising, and automated content moderation are hurting us online and offline, the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s How to Fix the Internet podcast offers a better way forward. EFF has been defending your rights online for over thirty years and is behind many of the biggest digital rights protections since the invention of the internet. Through curious conversations with some of the leading ...
 
The Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment Law Blog team interviews sports and entertainment attorneys and offers legal analysis of and commentary on industry developments and trends, key lawsuits and transactions, and legislative and regulatory initiatives. Additionally, the attorneys will give advice on their respective industries and how law students can enter the field.
 
Intellectual property experts Tonya M. Evans (Co-Founder, Legal Write Publications, LLC & Associcate Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Law, UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law) and Shontavia J. Johnson (Founder, LVRG LLC & AVP of Academic Partnerships & Innovation, Clemson University) engage in lively and culturally competent conversations and share their so very LIT perspectives about all things law, innovation, and technology. #LITPodcast #LITBraintrust #SoVeryLIT @LITBraintrust
 
We talk about anything and everything related to technology in law schools. Hosted by David Dickens, Consulting Technologist at Pepperdine Law School, with co-hosts Ben Chapman, Asst. Dean for IT at Emory Law School; Jonathan Ezor, law professor and Director of the Institute for Business, Law & Technology at Touro Law School; and Debbie Ginsberg, Educational Technology Librarian at Chicago-Kent College of Law. Our producer is Ed Myers, Media Services Coordinator at Temple School of Law. This ...
 
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Venturi's Voice: Technology | Leadership | Staffing | Career | Innovation

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Venturi's Voice: Technology | Leadership | Staffing | Career | Innovation

Venturi Group: CTO, Data, Development, Cyber Security, Business Intelligence, Infrastructure, Cloud

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Venturi’s Voice brings you conversation with leaders from various technology disciplines - data, cyber security, development, cloud, infrastructure, business intelligence and more… Each week you will be able to relate, take inspiration and action the business education from our compelling guests. Outside of technology we tend to cover; career progression, influences, best practices, leadership, talent, recruitment and the inspiration behind our guest successes in career and life! Inspired by ...
 
Demystifying technologies and educating about the future of law. The Wired Wig is a law and technology podcast for current and future lawyers who are interested in the intersection between Law and technology. With host Annabel Pemberton, we explain technologies and highlight technology-based career paths in Law. Each week we'll touch on a new topic such as how technology will change the future of the profession, developments in major sectors such as finance and health, and how the law may re ...
 
The point of healthcare is to make people's lives better, not worse; but somewhere along the way, American medicine lost sight of its purpose. The Point Health podcast brings experts together to share their takes on the current healthcare system and ways we can transform it for the better. So, stick around and listen as we discuss the problems and solutions to healthcare; you might just be surprised at the glaring issues and the promising fixes our guests and hosts point out.
 
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Engelberg Center Live!

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Engelberg Center Live!

Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy

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This season of Engelberg Center Live! is devoted to the Kickstarter Union Oral History. Featuring insights from Kickstarter employees and organizers, the Kickstarter Union Oral History brings you inside the first unionization of a modern internet company. Past seasons of Engelberg Center Live! contain audio from live events hosted by the Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy at NYU Law. Events are focused on the intersection of Intellectual Property, Privacy, Antitrust, and Technology ...
 
Ever wondered how automation will change the world? Maybe you puzzle over what India could do to ease traffic congestion, or how China's aircraft carriers will transform Indian Ocean geopolitics? All Things Policy, a daily podcast brought to you by the Takshashila Institution, brings you all the answers. Every weekday, our researchers break down complex economic and geopolitical ideas through the lens of current events. For everyone from the busy executive to the curious student, All Things ...
 
Many opportunities and challenges are at the intersection of technology and financial services. And FinTech itself is rapidly evolving as businesses continuously innovate and new ideas come from unexpected places. At the same time, government regulators are trying to keep pace. Troy A. Paredes and Lee A. Schneider explore this disruption by engaging the leaders who are changing what FinTech is and how we think about it. In this biweekly podcast, Troy, former SEC Commissioner and founder of P ...
 
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Let's Brief It

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Let's Brief It

D.C. Bar Law Student Community

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A podcast made for Law Students, by Law Students. Produced by the D.C. Bar Law Student Community. Student Hosts: Delali Dagadu, UDC David A. Clarke School of Law Sienna Heard, American University Washington College of Law Elena Hoffman, George Washington University Law School Renata Mitchell, George Washington University Law School Kirsten Wolfford, George Washington University Law School Melody Alemansour, Georgetown University Law Center Alexis Byrd, UDC David A. Clarke School of Law Prese ...
 
Decoder is a show from The Verge about big ideas — and other problems. Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel talks to a diverse cast of innovators and policymakers at the frontiers of business and technology to reveal how they’re navigating an ever-changing landscape, what keeps them up at night, and what it all means for our shared future.
 
In recent years the intersection between law, technology, and policy has exploded as digital policy has become a mainstream concern in Canada and around the world. This podcast explores digital policies in conversations with people studying the legal and policy challenges, set the rules, or are experts in the field. It provides a Canadian perspective, but since the internet is global, examining international developments and Canada’s role in shaping global digital policy is be an important p ...
 
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BSEL Podcast co-host and Brooklyn Law School student Jared Weiner sits down with Peter Scoolidge ’08, Partner at SPRF LLP to discuss block chain technology’s transformative potential for the entertainment industry, practical difference between transactional and litigation work and advice for law students and legal professionals alike.…
 
Uber's April 2016 launch in Buenos Aires plunged the Argentine capital into a frenzied hysteria that engulfed courts of law, taxi drivers, bureaucrats, the press, the general public, and Argentina's president himself. Economist and anthropologist Juan M. del Nido, who had arrived in the city six months earlier to research the taxi industry, suddenl…
 
David Simons is Software Engineering Manager at Kaluza.Davis is leading two cross-functional teams (Data Warehousing; Public Interfaces) - 14 engineers total - that together form the public interface for Kaluza, a real-time energy platform supporting energy retailers in multiple regions. These teams are responsible for building centralised GraphQL,…
 
From access to justice to efficiency in practice, tech holds endless possibilities for helping legal matters run more smoothly. With so much potential to be tapped, law schools are developing programs aimed at exploring creative ways to bring tech and law together. Dennis and Tom discuss the varying approaches seen throughout the legal education sp…
 
Law and violence are thought to share an antithetical relationship in postcolonial modernity. Violence is considered the other of law, lawlessness is understood to produce violence, and law is invoked and deployed to undo the violence of lawlessness. Oishik Sircar's book Violent Modernities: Cultural Lives of Law in the New India (Oxford UP, 2021) …
 
Available January 25th 2022 Work From The Inside Out: Break Through Nine Common Obstacles and Design a Career that Fulfills You is an engaging conversation about transforming your limiting beliefs into enduring fulfillment. Using real-life stories to illustrate the hurdles that can hold you back, my book offers successful strategies and reflective …
 
China is rolling out a new law to regulate algorithms used on apps to bring the country’s Big Tech sector in line with state policies. Rohan Seth talks to Manoj Kewalramani and Sapni G Krishna to discuss the fine print. Follow Sapni on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sapnigk Follow Rohan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thesethist Follow Manoj on Twitt…
 
Today we continue our AI Rewind 2021 series joined by a friend of the show, assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University, and AI Rewind veteran, Zack Lipton! In our conversation with Zack, we touch on recurring themes like “NLP Eating AI” and the recent slowdown in innovation in the field, the redistribution of resources across research proble…
 
Cybersecurity keeps changing at an ever-quickening pace, and, really, it’s probably going to stay that way. Sharon Nelson and John Simek welcome friend and cybersecurity expert David G. Ries to discuss some of the major happenings of the past year and what we should expect for 2022. David gives an overview of current cyber-threats and notable data …
 
Yves Faguy speaks with Toufic Adlouni, the co-founder and managing director of Renno & Co, a Montreal-based law firm focussed on emerging technology about the metaverse, its legal implications, and the commercial opportunities for law firms. His firm recently opened the first Canadian metaverse law office. To contact us (please include in the subje…
 
Camilla Fitzsimons is an activist and a member of the Dublin West Pro Choice group. She works at Maynooth University and is the author of Community Education and Neoliberalism. Sinéad Kennedy is the co-founder of The Coalition to Repeal the Eighth and an executive member of Together for Yes. She works at Maynooth University and is the co-editor of …
 
A two-front dilemma for a state usually involves external actors. However, Chinese strategists define the two-front war dilemma based on internal and external factors. In this episode, Suyash Desai and Megha Pardhi discuss internal and external drivers of China’s two-front war dilemma. Follow Megha on Twitter: https://twitter.com/pardhimegha21 Foll…
 
In this episode, Dr Lauren Sanders talks with Damian Copeland about one of the most important legal issues raised by autonomous weapons: how states might carry out weapons reviews of these technologies. The application of this obligation to autonomous weapons will have several challenges. Where a device has the capacity for self-learning, will one …
 
Just when you thought law firm salaries had settled into a nice equilibrium, Milbank announced another round of base salary hikes and the whole cycle began again. But with some notable hold-outs, the industry is left wondering if this is the last word on the matter or if another raise is on the horizon. We also talk about Elon Musk's effort to get …
 
The 1972 issuance of the Report of the National Commission on State Workmen's Compensation Laws is one of the watershed moments in modern workers' compensation. As this year marks the 50th anniversary of the report, we felt it was worth revisiting our conversation with John F. Burton, Jr., who served as chairman on that commission. In this episode,…
 
Want to take your cross-examination skills to the next level. In this encore episode, renowned attorney and author Patrick Malone challenges tired cross-examination practices and offers fresh insights on how, when, and where to research witnesses, outlines traps to catch the cherry-pickers and details his “no hands” approach. Join John and Erich in…
 
There's plenty of conventional wisdom about what makes a good legal brief or court opinion. Judge Robert E. Bacharach of the Denver-based 10th Circuit Court of Appeals says that when judges socialize, their conversations often devolve into discussions about language and pieces of writing they enjoy or revile. But Bacharach decided he wanted to dive…
 
Sloppy jury instructions can lead to appeal due to instructional error or confusion in deliberations, and nobody wants that. In this episode, you’ll learn about verdict directors, clean and dirty instructions, roving commissions, potential pitfalls, and resources to help you draft more concise instructions that help the jury come to a decision in y…
 
Online Legal Directories can be useful tools for firms seeking to build visibility, increase traffic and attract clients. They may still provide value, but there are tricks and traps to avoid. Take a deep dive and hear how to ensure your marketing budget is well spent. And news: The University of Michigan reached a $490 million settlement over sexu…
 
At the end of the Supreme Court's 2019-20 term, the center was holding. The predictions that the court would move irrevocably to the far right hadn't come to pass, as the justices released surprisingly moderate opinions in cases involving abortion rights, LGBTQ rights, and how local governments could respond to the pandemic, all shepherded by Chief…
 
In The Jewish World of Alexander Hamilton (Princeton UP, 2021), Andrew Porwancher debunks a string of myths about the origins of this founding father to arrive at a startling conclusion: Hamilton, in all likelihood, was born and raised Jewish. For more than two centuries, his youth in the Caribbean has remained shrouded in mystery. Hamilton himself…
 
Day Schildkret has worked for over a decade with individuals, communities and organizations, to help heal the culture through a meaningful and creative response to change. Day is the author of Hello, Goodbye: 75 Rituals for Times of Loss, Celebration and Change, as well as, Morning Altars: A 7-Step Practice to Nourish Your Spirit through Nature, Ar…
 
Our first episode of 2022 is kind of about everything. It’s about trends, helping law firms leverage tech, outsource routine tasks, and grow their business. Guest Chad Burton is a highly-regarded legal practice futurist. Through his work with Modern Law Practice and CuroLegal, he works one-on-one with practitioners to help them understand what they…
 
Former Cabinet Minister in the Blair and Brown governments Rt Hon Ruth Kelly has joined Policy Exchange as Senior Fellow in its Economics Unit. In the first of a new series of Policy Exchange podcasts, The Agenda, Michael Mosbacher speaks to Kelly about the economic challenges Britain now faces with public spending at over 50 per cent of GDP for th…
 
Regular listeners of Decoder know car CEOs love coming on the show. There is a lot of change in the car industry, a lot of big ideas about how to manage that change, and a lot of big problems to solve: the transition to electric vehicles, the fact that cars are basically turning into rolling smartphones, how to make self-driving work safely, and mo…
 
Saving the International Justice Regime: Beyond Backlash against International Courts (Cambridge University Press, 2021) is at the forefront of a new conceptualization of backlash politics. Dr. Courtney Hillebrecht brings together theories, concepts and methods from the fields of international law, international relations, human rights and politica…
 
What if we re-imagined the internet to be built by more people, in new ways, that actually worked for us as a public good instead of a public harm? Join Ethan Zuckerman in conversation with Cindy Cohn and Danny O’Brien as they fix and reimagine the internet. They’ll talk about what the internet could look like if a diversity of people built their o…
 
Have you heard of a buyer persona? If you’ve done any kind of rebranding for your law firm or practice, you will likely have gone through a buyer persona exercise. I know it may be cumbersome to sit down and figure out who your buyer personas are, but I promise that it’s worth it, and this week’s episode will explain why. I’m joined by Stormie Andr…
 
The Philippines recently announced the procurement of the BrahMos cruise missile for its Shore Based Anti Ship Missile Programme. As the first export customer of the system, the Philippines will gain an important capability to counter threats to its interests in the Indo-Pacific. Aditya Pareek joins Rear Admiral Sudarshan Shrikhande(Retd.) and Megh…
 
Today we’re joined by Jonathan Le Roux, a senior principal research scientist at Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL). At MERL, Jonathan and his team are focused on using machine learning to solve the “cocktail party problem”, focusing on not only the separation of speech from noise, but also the separation of speech from speech. In our…
 
Ever wondered what 'engagement' in social media actually means? and what gets more video more views: a mouth-open or mouth-closed thumbnail? and who actually runs Gordon Ramsey's YouTube account? (hint, it's not Gordon Ramsey). All plus more is revealed in this week's episode of BWB Extra where we continue our conversation with the brilliant James …
 
Recent bar exam criticisms have left many in the legal sphere questioning whether the test really does what it claims. Is it still an essential step in legal licensure, or is it just a tired tradition? To help law students understand the many facets of this issue, Meg Steenburgh welcomes Josh Block and Adam Allington to discuss arguments for and ag…
 
The Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto, led by Professor Ron Deibert, has a well-earned reputation for uncovering surveillance technologies and security vulnerabilities with research and reports that attract immediate attention worldwide. Professor Deibert has won an incredible array of awards and accolades for his remarkable work, including …
 
Canada has a nuclear problem... a nuclear waste problem. Since the dawn of nuclear power technology, solutions to waste have all been remarkably temporary given the longevity of the danger the material presents. For decades, the hunt for a solution has spanned across provinces — even across countries. But the hope is that by 2023 Canada will have f…
 
Concerns about China’s rapid rise in recent decades have affected U.S. policies on technology, innovation, and industrial competitiveness. Rob and Jackie discussed the history of Chinese industrial policy and its implications for America and its allies with Barry Naughton, the So Kwanlok Chair of Chinese International Affairs at UC San Diego and au…
 
The internet has become more ubiquitous than ever before. The National Digital Inclusion Alliance defines digital equity as “a condition in which all individuals and communities have the information technology capacity needed for full participation in our society, democracy, and economy.” Sridhar Krishna talks to Raghav Rao, a Digital Innovation Fe…
 
I’ve been trying to get Elainie Lillios on the podcast for some time. I’ve seen her, and heard her work at SEAMUS conferences in the past, and she has come up in conversations several times during the course of the podcast. So I was quite excited when we finally were able to pull this together. This interview gives me a great opportunity: I get to …
 
It’s no coincidence that this week, as we honored the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., the Democrats had hoped to make progress on passing the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. However, the Democrats’ efforts have been stymied by a Republican filibuster, resulting in a strategic shift from voting rights legisla…
 
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