Best law school admission podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Law School Interactive
Weekly
 
Law School Podcasts is a website that educates potential and current law school students. We have produced podcasts that answer law school frequently asked questions, profile an individual law school, or discuss the LSAT, law school, or the field of law.
 
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The Thinking LSAT Podcast
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LSAT tips and law school admissions strategy
 
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The Thinking LSAT Podcast
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LSAT tips and law school admissions strategy
 
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Law School Podcaster
Rare
 
Law School Podcaster is your online source for information, insight and advice on the law school admission process. We deliver relevant information and advice through biweekly audio segments for those planning to apply for a JD. Topics 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 various law schools, alumni, LSAT test preparation companies, law school admissions authors, law s ...
 
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Ann Levine
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Law School Expert, Inc. empowers and educates prospective law students about everything related to law school admission and the law school decision. Ann Levine, chief consultant and president, is the author of The Law School Admission Game (Amazon's bestselling law school guidebook) and The Law School Decision Game. The Law School Expert Blog is read by nearly 200,000 law school applicants each year.
 
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Admissions Straight Talk
Weekly
 
Admissions Straight Talk is a weekly discussion of what's new, thought-provoking, and useful in the world of graduate admissions. Linda Abraham, leading admissions consultant and author, covers the application process for MBA, law school, medical school, and other graduate programs.
 
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Widener Law Commonwealth's Podcast
Monthly
 
Learn the real issues behind the headlines of legal hot topics with internationally-known faculty at Widener Law Commonwealth. Legal scholars break-down complex legal issues and provide insight about immigration, business law, and sustainability. Looking to go to law school? Valuable tips on topics ranging from law school admissions to financial aid and Bar exam preparation will be given by our team of dedicated administrative staff. Widener University Commonwealth Law School is the Pennsylv ...
 
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“Sandboxes.” “Greenhouses.” “Pilot tests.” “Labs.” These are not words we normally associate with financial regulation. Yet suddenly, all over the world, regulatory agencies are giving these novel names to a new, unconventional kind of initiative. The break from tradition is being driven by a realization: they are going to need to find new ways ...…
 
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The Thinking LSAT Podcast
 
00:03:38 – The performance feedback came back for the digital LSAT pilot test—and everyone’s pretty disappointed. 00:06:40 – Emily wants to know if a LSAT prep course will improve her score that much, or is it worth it given her tight budget. Should she should continue with the LSAT Trainer and books she’s been working with instead? (The answer ...…
 
From growing up in China to college at Yale and law school at NYU, Yujia Feng's story is incredibly interesting. My favorite part is learning about how Yujia introduced an English language newspaper to her high school, where most students primarily spoke Chinese and Japanese. Yujia also is a mean ping-pong player and I have challenged her. Stay ...…
 
The law is very clear that the president has the power to exclude any person or group of people from entering the United States and the Supreme Court was right to rule in his favor, according to a former high-ranking Immigration and Naturalization Service official.On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected appellate court decisions striking dow ...…
 
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Federalist Society Practice Groups Podcasts
 
International & National Security Law Practice Group Podcast On Monday, June 26, the Supreme Court granted certiorari inTrump v. International Refugee Assistance Projectand stay applications were granted in part. The case is based on the January 21Executive Order No. 13780, “Protecting the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the United Sta ...…
 
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Justia Verdict Podcast | Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia
 
Before breaking for the summer, the Supreme Court announced that next Term it will review the appeals court decisions invalidating President Trump’s Executive Order (EO) limiting entry to the United States by nationals of six majority-Muslim countries and directing other actions with regard to immigration. The Court did not just grant review, h ...…
 
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The Thinking LSAT Podcast
 
With the June LSAT behind us, we discuss early reports from the test and dig into listener emails. Sorry for Nathan’s bad audio—he’s 1) on the road and 2) bad at technology. 00:01:03 – Russian(?) donation discussion 00:02:10 – News about the calendar changing—Six tests each year! 00:08:08 – John from Canada and a noisy courtroom LSAT experience ...…
 
New Podcast with Actor Matt Czuchry! In this episode of "Kahnversations," we interview Matt Czuchry. After graduating college in May of 1999 with B.A. degrees in History and Political Science from College of Charleston, Matt was set on law school as his next life path. But when thinking of his true passion, he was brought back to the indelible ...…
 
Even with all of our modern devotion to moral relativism, people still know virtue—and vice—when they see it.Chuck Colson liked to quote Karl Barth’s observation that Christians should do theology with the Bible in one hand and the newspaper in the other.Now I’m not sure what Chuck would have thought of podcasts, but Barth’s quote came to mind ...…
 
In his much-anticipated testimony on Capitol Hill this week, former FBI Director James Comey described several uncomfortable interactions with President Trump that preceded his firing. The big question for all watching was: could any of those interactions be considered “obstruction of justice?” On this week’s episode, we put the question to Sta ...…
 
In his much-anticipated testimony on Capitol Hill this week, former FBI Director James Comey described several uncomfortable interactions with President Trump that preceded his firing. The big question for all watching was: could any of those interactions be considered “obstruction of justice?” On this week’s episode, we put the question to Sta ...…
 
In his much-anticipated testimony on Capitol Hill this week, former FBI Director James Comey described several uncomfortable interactions with President Trump that preceded his firing. The big question for all watching was: could any of those interactions be considered “obstruction of justice?” On this week’s episode, we put the question to Sta ...…
 
In his much-anticipated testimony on Capitol Hill this week, former FBI Director James Comey described several uncomfortable interactions with President Trump that preceded his firing. The big question for all watching was: could any of those interactions be considered “obstruction of justice?” On this week’s episode, we put the question to Sta ...…
 
In his much-anticipated testimony on Capitol Hill this week, former FBI Director James Comey described several uncomfortable interactions with President Trump that preceded his firing. The big question for all watching was: could any of those interactions be considered “obstruction of justice?” On this week’s episode, we put the question to Sta ...…
 
Today’s one of those shows where I’m going to be the sole presenter. I actually started preparing this show during the World Series way back in October. Yes, folks, after 108 years of losing, the Chicago Cubs finally won the World Series. At the same time, we were working (and have worked in the past) with amazing applicants who overcame hurdle ...…
 
Today’s one of those shows where I’m going to be the sole presenter. I actually started preparing this show during the World Series way back in October. Yes, folks, after 108 years of losing, the Chicago Cubs finally won the World Series. At the same time, we were working (and have worked in the past)... Read More The post Your Past Doesn’t Def ...…
 
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The Premed Years | Medical School Headquarters | MCAT | AMCAS | Interviews
 
Session 237 Allison and I tackle several questions from the Hangout, our private Facebook group. We cover everything from motivation to residency status. As we're recording this, my book The Premed Playbook: Guide to the Medical School Interview is officially released today. I appreciate those who pre-ordered it. To those who haven't pre-ordere ...…
 
Welcome to the Genealogy News from Geneatopia I’m Patty Roy, also known as Dinah Larkham in Second Life. Today is Wednesday May 31, 2017 and this is Episode 103. Family Tree Maker 2017 Still Not Released Family Tree Maker 2017 still has not been released. Software McKiev is still working with Ancestry to get the syncing working. In the meantime ...…
 
(Checkout our books on Amazon) When Thurgood Marshall was a boy, he heard another child call a Jewish boy a derogatory name. Thurgoood went up to the boy and asked him why he didn’t fight when that other boy called him that name. The boy then asked Thurgood, “Well, would you fight if someone called you a nigger?” Thurgood had never thought abou ...…
 
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Truth & Justice with Bob Ruff
 
Bob takes the listeners along on his journey to Texas. Experience the IPTX Law Students' graduation, a trip to Grady Spruce High School, a follow-up interview with Troy Eldridge, and finally a mystery witness is revealed.Visit us as at Crimecon.com using code "truthjustice20" for 20% off admissionToday's Sponsors:Harrys.com/justice - for $5 tow ...…
 
Note! Today’s show notes are a direct transcription of the entire one hour, 36 minute show, with timestamps every 30 seconds. If you read them, you will learn that Nathan says “yeah” a lot. Also, that the sentence “You want to talk about Wonder Woman?” appears shortly before the 5:30 milepost. Find out what the hell Nathan is talking about and ...…
 
Sabaina Kamara, a Touch MBA listener and Admissions Edge Member, details what she did each step of the way to craft her best story - one that got her admitted to 4 top 20 US b-schools, including Michigan Ross, where she will head to this Fall. Sabaina also shares the benefits of applying through the Consortium, and her best application tips on ...…
 
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Finding Your Best Self Podcast
 
In Episode 2, the First 30 Days, Tracey (while suffering from a cold) talks about the first few weeks after her separation from her husband of 15 years. In this episode she talks about dealing with the "realization" that he is seeing someone else, battling the urge to stay in bed, redefining her future, and the dreaded first date. To learn more ...…
 
This week in the Law School Insider we are bringing you Brianne Myers, Director of Admissions at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. Today we are talking with Brianne Myers about what you can do once you have gotten your acceptance letter(s) from the law school(s) that you may want to attend. Many of you may be applying to multiple s ...…
 
Today’s show clocks in over two hours. A Thinking LSAT record? (We don’t know, because we’re too lazy to look through all the past episodes.) In the show open, Nathan talks about his upcoming trip to Europe. He has a one-way ticket to Brussels, Belgium right after the June 2017 LSAT, with no clue where he’s going once he’s there. If you have su ...…
 
Let’s learn about the $90K fellowships awarded by The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans. Today’s guest, Dr. Craig Harwood, earned his BA in Music from Queens College and then a PhD in Music Theory from Yale University in 2002. Dr. Harwood went on to serve as the dean of Davenport College at Yale University and the Director of Maca ...…
 
Let’s learn about the $90K fellowships awarded by The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans. Today’s guest, Dr. Craig Harwood, earned his BA in Music from Queens College and then a PhD in Music Theory from Yale University in 2002. Dr. Harwood went on to serve as the dean of Davenport College at... Read More The post Paul & Daisy Soros ...…
 
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The Law School Toolbox Podcast: Tools for Law Students from 1L to the Bar Exam, and Beyond
 
Welcome back! Today, we’re talking with Nathan Fox, founder of Fox LSAT, about the future of the LSAT. The test is, in large part, the same as it has always been and it has enjoyed a protracted monopoly in the law school admissions process, but could that be changing? Tune in for more! In this episode, we discuss: New “competition” for the LSAT ...…
 
This week in the Law School Insider we are bringing you Brianne Myers, Director of Admissions at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. Brianne Myers will share with you great insights into how you can successfully apply to law school and minimize some of the issues that some students run into as they go through this process.…
 
Mike and Bennett are fielding a question from the audience on this episode of Cigars and Sea Stories. What makes a great lieutenant? - an excellent question to ask a couple of NCOs who have seen their fare share of platoon commanders ranging from great to ….not so great. Let's face it, there are some people you would follow to hell and back...a ...…
 
I would like to share with you the email that made me believe that today’s guest, Dr. Amy Faith Ho, a third year ER resident, will be simply outstanding: I love the mission of your site, and the Match was something that endlessly agonized me (see my article in Forbes). It is a great passion of mine to mentor junior residents, med students and p ...…
 
I would like to share with you the email that made me believe that today’s guest, Dr. Amy Faith Ho, a third year ER resident, will be simply outstanding: I love the mission of your site, and the Match was something that endlessly agonized me (see my article in Forbes). It is a great passion... Read More The post Amy Ho: An ER Resident Who Conne ...…
 
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Brick By Brick - The Motivational Broadcast by Antonio T. Smith Jr.
 
Antonio and Tempestt take you behind the scenes as they continue to build their company.Antonio is the guest speaker to the entire freshman class to San Jacinto College. http://www.sanjac.edu Charged with the opportunity to speak to the entire Freshman class, Antonio decided to talk about the the link between success and follow through. For the ...…
 
On this episode of the Freecast, the Portsmouth plastic bag ban gets a reprieve from the man, but it’s the man known as Jeb who wants to keep marijuana in perpetual prohibition. Is he that tone deaf to not know it’s the people’s volition to free ourselves from that submission? Is he just a shill for the po po and other special interest technici ...…
 
Many of you are planning ahead for your first application this summer and fall. Others are concerned that you may need to reapply because the news you’ve received so far isn’t what you wanted. In either case, if your grades are a concern, this podcast is for you. This week, join us for a rebroadcast... Read More The post What to do About a Low ...…
 
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The Premed Years | Medical School Headquarters | MCAT | AMCAS | Interviews
 
Session 229 Renee decided to become a nurse and then she advanced to become a very successful nurse educator. But she had something in her gut telling her that medicine was what she really wanted to do so she did apply at 53 years old. It was definitely not a smooth ride for her having rejected the first time and having taken the MCAT multiple ...…
 
Today, I visited with Kyle Weldon, a second year law student at Texas A&M University School of Law. If you have ever wondered what law school is like or thought about applying, or if you're in the throws of the LSAT or your first year and looking for some advice, listen up! Kyle and I discuss a variety of topics including how our unconventional ...…
 
We continue our discussion about the prison industrial complex today, getting into ways that mass incarceration intersects with animal exploitation. The post 118 The Injustice of Mass Incarceration & Why Vegans Should Care (Part 2) appeared first on Vegan Warrior Princesses Attack!.
 
We continue our discussion about the prison industrial complex today, getting into ways that mass incarceration intersects with animal exploitation. The post 118 The Injustice of Mass Incarceration & Why Vegans Should Care (Part 2) appeared first on Vegan Warrior Princesses Attack!.
 
Today’s episode is an extra special show. This is AST’s 200th episode! It’s fitting that we welcome back Elissa Sangster, who was the very first guest on AST almost five years ago. Today she is the first guest to come back for a third time. This show should be valuable to you because of Elissa’s... Read More The post How Forté Helps Women Get i ...…
 
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Brick By Brick - The Motivational Broadcast by Antonio T. Smith Jr.
 
Antonio and Tempestt take you behind the scenes as they continue to build their company.Antonio is the guest speaker to the entire freshman class to Wiley College, https://www.wileyc.edu/, (a very special thanks to Chaplain Rankin, tmrankin@wileyc.edu and Wiley Staff for your amazing hospitality). Charged with the opportunity to speak to the en ...…
 
On this episode of the Sofa King Podcast, we look back in time at the life, power, and death of the world’s most notorious madman, Adolf Hitler. He was born Adolf Shicklegruber on April 20, 1889 in Braunau am Inn, Austria. He was the son of a customs official with a quick temper and a violent heart, and the two clashed regularly. Adolf’s father ...…
 
On this episode of the Sofa King Podcast, we look back in time at the life, power, and death of the world’s most notorious madman, Adolf Hitler. He was born Adolf Shicklegruber on April 20, 1889 in Braunau am Inn, Austria. He was the son of a customs official with a quick temper and a violent heart, and the two clashed regularly. Adolf’s father ...…
 
The Guilt of the LeftTrump- Comey Hearings investigation for years and found nothingRush 90% DOJ FBI IRS State Dept voted Hillary. Also most court system far left.President Trumps Photo not being put up at VA hospitals to replace Obama.Wikileaks - Says Comey is a liar GOP was published on DCLeaks but nothing to seeAdam Schiff Dem for California ...…
 
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Widener Law Commonwealth's Podcast
 
Host Julie Massing sits down with Widener Law Commonwealth's Associate Dean for Admissions and Administration John Benfield to discuss the law school application process. Their conversation covers everything from the LSAT, GPA, personal statements, character and fitness requirements and more. Hear from an admissions expert how you can improve y ...…
 
With plenty of fresh powder on the ground, we look at how climate change is changing our region’s ski industry; and learn why the sport now comes with such a high price tag. We also hear about how Providence, Rhode Island is grappling with being a “sanctuary city.” And we get inside the unique, intensely democratic process that is a New England ...…
 
The above photo is from Matthew Subscribe iTunes Subscribe Google Play Subscribe Stitcher Beware the “new and shiny” things. This is the advice of our teacher panel this week, as we continue No Wrong Answers’ conversation about school funding begun last week. (Listen to last week’s episode here.) The Kansas Supreme Court has ruled school fundin ...…
 
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