Best universal law school podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Podcast
 
Listen to lectures by—and discussions with—the University of Chicago Law School's eminent faculty, as well as some very special guests.
 
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Boston University School of Law
 
The Boston University School of Law Podcasts bring a special series of interviews with BU Law Professors and Thought Leaders. The show is hosted by BU Law Alum and WBZ Radio host Dan Rea.
 
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Suffolk University Law School Podcasts
 
Podcasts on a variety of topics ranging from legal skills, mock trials and other issues related to pursuing a legal education at Suffolk University. Produced by Suffolk University and distributed by Legal Talk Network.
 
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Kyushu University, Graduate School of Law, International Programs OCW
 
Recordings of conferences, events, and speeches held at the International Law Programs of Kyushu University
 
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University of Alabama School of Law Symposia
 
The School of Law hosts several symposia, including the Law, Knowledge, and Imagination series featuring Dr. Austin Sarat.
 
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University of Alabama School of Law Lectures
 
The 2013 Meador Lectures will address the concept of Objectivity and its relationship to law and public policy from different scholarly disciplines and perspectives. We anticipate the series will examine general intersections between law and objectivity, including the different conceptions of objectivity featured in views of the nature of law, legal reasoning, and legal decision-making.
 
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Marquette University Law School Webcasts
 
Events and happenings at Marquette Law School in Milwaukee, WI.
 
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Suffolk University Law School Video Podcasts
 
Suffolk Law faculty are analyzing the news from a legal perspective each week on New England Cable News. Through NECN’s "Sidebar" segment, the Suffolk Law professors examine significant local, national and international stories.
 
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Suffolk University Law School Video Podcasts
 
Suffolk Law faculty are analyzing the news from a legal perspective each week on New England Cable News. Through NECN’s "Sidebar" segment, the Suffolk Law professors examine significant local, national and international stories.
 
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Queens University Belfast, School of Law Seminar Series
 
The Seminar Series provides an opportunity for scholars to visit the School and give a seminar presentation of the work that they undertake in their respective fields. It facilitates the exchange of ideas and knowledge within the university and internationally, encouraging their development through discussion and debate in the area following the presentation. It enables both the guest speaker and the attendees to gain new insights in the area and promotes an international research community.
 
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Inside Out columnist and frequent LFO guest Christina Martini joins Rich Lenkov to interview renowned attorney and author Gloria Allred about her client’s testimony in the Bill Cosby trial and the likelihood of a conviction in the mistrial. Northeastern University School Of Law Professor Daniel Medwed discusses the conviction of a Massachusetts ...…
 
Part 2: Michael Snyder rejoins the program to discuss the shape of the U.S. economy and how he thinks the market and the economy will perform in the near future. We also discuss the latest Alex Jones/Megyn Kelly media wars and his opinion on the current narrative being formed. Lastly we discuss his upcoming decision to run for congress which ha ...…
 
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Lawyer 2 Lawyer - Law News and Legal Topics
 
Comedian, actor, and America’s TV dad Bill Cosby has been on trial for the sexual assault of Andrea Constand. Ms. Constand accused Cosby of sexually assaulting her and drugging her in 2004 at Cosby’s Philadelphia mansion. After a six day trial and the jury being “hopelessly deadlocked” after 52 hours of deliberating, the judge finally declared ...…
 
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Legal Talk Network - Law News and Legal Topics
 
Comedian, actor, and America’s TV dad Bill Cosby has been on trial for the sexual assault of Andrea Constand. Ms. Constand accused Cosby of sexually assaulting her and drugging her in 2004 at Cosby’s Philadelphia mansion. After a six day trial and the jury being “hopelessly deadlocked” after 52 hours of deliberating, the judge finally declared ...…
 
(Bloomberg) -- Jonathan Blanks, a researcher at the Cato Institute, and Michael Mushlin, a professor at Pace University Law School, discuss a new plan by New York Mayor Bill DeBlasio to shutter the controversial prison on Rikers Island. They speak with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."…
 
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Podcast | Mark Dawson's Self Publishing Formula
 
Author Suzy K. Quinn has travelled a similar road to Mark Dawson’s – going from being a traditionally published writer to becoming an independent author with more control over her books and marketing. Not to mention a larger slice of the financial pie. This week’s key highlights: How Suzy’s writing career began and evolved Suzy’s foresight writ ...…
 
Helen Lederer, Thomas Mogford, Orlando Ortega-Medina and Ross Welford join our host David Freeman for this episode of Ex Libris After Dark, recorded in front of a live audience in Blackwell’s Bookshop, Oxford on the 24th of April 2017 Helen Lederer – comedian, actor and author. Her first novel, Losing it, has been described as ‘A wickedly amusi ...…
 
Highlights: Introduction: Espionage and Sedition Acts | @00:45 Guest: Mike Shuster “Where Are The Americans?” | @02:15 Feature: Going big on the air war | @06:45 War In the Sky: the “Flying Circus” | @10:15 Feature: The StoryTeller & The Historian - Americans arrive | @12:45 Commission: Memorial restoration matching grant deadline extension | @ ...…
 
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The Donovan Radio Show
 
Air date: 6/22/17 In this episode, Donovan talks about how Trump throws shade at wind energy in the state that is the poster child for wind energy – Iowa, and they ain’t havin’ none of it. Hawaii takes a step on the right side of history by attempting basic financial security for all Hawaiians. Schools continue to crush free thought and speech, ...…
 
Bill Radke speaks with Simon Tam of Portland band The Slants and Robert Chang, professor of law at the Seattle University School of Law, about the Supreme Court decision that allowed Tam's Asian-American band to trademark their name, which some argued was too offensive for the designation. Tam explains how he feels this decision allows people t ...…
 
Bill Radke speaks with Simon Tam of Portland band The Slants and Robert Chang, professor of law at the Seattle University School of Law, about the Supreme Court decision that allowed Tam's Asian-American band to trademark their name, which some argued was too offensive for the designation. Tam explains how he feels this decision allows people t ...…
 
(Bloomberg) -- Peter Henning, a professor at Wayne State University Law School, discusses the case of an FBI agent who is under scrutiny for leaking information about an ongoing insider trading case. He speaks with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."
 
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Sound Retirement PlanningRadio / Podcast – Sound Retirement Planning
 
Jason interviews Eileen Heisman, CEO of National Philanthropic Trust. Eileen is a 30 year charitable giving and planning expert, and is the CEO of National Philanthropic Trust, the largest independent donor advised fund administrator. She has been named to the Non Profit Time’s Power & Influence list multiple times and is a lecturer at Universi ...…
 
Warner Bros Cashes In On America's Darkest Moment In Policing - Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to “Tell the Truth & Shame the Devil: The Life, Legacy, and Love of My Son Michael Brown,” a memoir co-written by Brown’s mother, Lezley McSpadden and novelist, Lyah Beth LeFlore, reports the root. What could possibly go wrong with this scenario ...…
 
Warner Bros Cashes In On America's Darkest Moment In Policing - Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to “Tell the Truth & Shame the Devil: The Life, Legacy, and Love of My Son Michael Brown,” a memoir co-written by Brown’s mother, Lezley McSpadden and novelist, Lyah Beth LeFlore, reports the root. What could possibly go wrong with this scenario ...…
 
Warner Bros Cashes In On America's Darkest Moment In Policing - Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to “Tell the Truth & Shame the Devil: The Life, Legacy, and Love of My Son Michael Brown,” a memoir co-written by Brown’s mother, Lezley McSpadden and novelist, Lyah Beth LeFlore, reports the root. What could possibly go wrong with this scenario ...…
 
Senate Republicans have released their version of a health care bill to replace the Affordable Care Act. University of Arizona health policy expert Dr. Daniel Derksen will talk about the new plan. and Title IX was signed into law by President Nixon on June 23, 1972. It states that no one shall be banned because of their gender from participatio ...…
 
I am excited to have Alice Kilborn on the show, my first guest who is a fellow University of New Mexico School of Law alum! Alice has a wealth of experience in both human resources and employment law, so she was the perfect person to talk to us about legal issues related to hiring and firing employees. Alice gives us a number of "best practices ...…
 
Guest: Former FBI counter terrorism expert John Guandolo & Chris Gaubatz that infiltrated Council on American Islamic Relations. Topic: John and Chris respond on this program for the first time on why they believe the interfaith dialogue with Jihadi Imam Yasir Qadhi is dangerous for the sake of national security. Chris and John explain how Musl ...…
 
Michael Snyder rejoins the program to discuss the shape of the U.S. economy and how he thinks the market and the economy will perform in the near future. We also discuss the latest Alex Jones/Megyn Kelly media wars and his opinion on the current narrative being formed. Lastly we discuss his upcoming decision to run for congress which has become ...…
 
Racism is a serious world-wide issue and recently it was on display in Lethbridge, proving that racism is still alive in this community, despite efforts on many fronts to the contrary. Grad students from a local high school organized a “Cowboys and Indians” themed graduation party held off campus and images of students wearing headdresses, war ...…
 
Racism is a serious world-wide issue and recently it was on display in Lethbridge, proving that racism is still alive in this community, despite efforts on many fronts to the contrary. Grad students from a local high school organized a “Cowboys and Indians” themed graduation party held off campus and images of students wearing headdresses, war ...…
 
Craig Greenberg has a passion for making Louisville a better community. He is an attorney with Frost Brown Todd, LLC and directs the firm’s ancillary business initiatives. He oversees tax credit investment programs that have invested over $100 million into low-income communities in Kentucky and across the country. Greenberg graduated from Unive ...…
 
David Armstrong is an achiever who looks to maximize everything he can do in a day. He is a graduate of Murray State University and received his J.D. from the University of Louisville school of law in 1969. Armstrong has a long and distinguished career as a public servant. He spent time as a family court judge, Jefferson County commonwealth att ...…
 
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Conversations With the Academy
 
Explore the Myth of Free with John Newman, assistant professor at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. He was on campus in March of 2016 for the University of Arkansas School of Law’s speaker exchange series.
 
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Maastricht Law Talk
 
There are 7.35 billion people on this planet. We all have to live together and arrange our lives in a way that others can live theirs. But what if something goes wrong? Your friend borrows your phone and it happens: It falls to the ground. Who must compensate your damage? In our sixth episode we dig deeper into the private law. Tort law jumps i ...…
 
A companion to our last episode, which focused on what students can do to prepare for nonacademic careers, this podcast highlights how religious studies faculty and graduate programs can create a variety of career paths for their students. In recent years as the job market for tenure-track academic positions has tightened and the use of conting ...…
 
Ismail Ali earned his J.D. at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law in 2016, after receiving his Bachelor’s in Philosophy from California State University, Fresno, in 2012. As a law student, among leading and participating in other extracurricular activities which focused primarily on human rights, civil liberties, and racial jus ...…
 
US Immigration Court (15:27)Lindsay Harris, an assistant professor of law at the University of the District of Columbia Law School. In the United States we have a shortage of law clerks, judges, and asylum case officers to assist people seeking asylum and people who don’t want to get sent back to their home country. Even if we hired 300 more as ...…
 
Comedy. Cooking. Creativity. Meet Chris "CD" Jenkins, a 27 year old engineer and creative representing "The Garden City" Orangeburg, South Carolina! "Success is intentional!" Chris the kid genius graduated from Clemson University and went on to earn two Master's Degrees. After moving from Chicago to Atlanta and climbing the corporate ladder, he ...…
 
Thanks, Director Angie Gates, of DC Office of "All Thing Entertainment" for joining us on this week's episode! ^^Episode Audio/Post Is Live - Click Above (might take time to buffer/load, refresh page if you have any issues)^^ Podcast: iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, PodBean, PlayerFM, or THIS URL in your app of choice FROM TODAY'S ...…
 
Robert Hockett, a professor at Cornell University Law School, discusses fraud charges against four former Barclays executives, including ex-CEO John Varley, surrounding the bank's 2008 capital raising from Qatar. He speaks with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."
 
Robert Hockett, a professor at Cornell University Law School, discusses fraud charges against four former Barclays executives, including ex-CEO John Varley, surrounding the bank's 2008 capital raising from Qatar. He speaks with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."
 
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Navitas Podcast
 
Mr. Bourland is the founding shareholder of Bourland, Wall & Wenzel, P.C., a Fort Worth, Texas law firm which represents individuals, closely held and family businesses, professional practices and nonprofit entities (including charitable organizations) within its areas of legal practice. Mr. Bourland was born in Fort Worth, Texas on October 2, ...…
 
A story from Newsweek.Few stories are more heartbreaking than those involving children who are injured or killed by gunshots. It isn't hard to find them: In June alone, a 6-year-old accidentally shot and killed a 4-year-old in South Carolina, a father accidentally shot and killed his 9-year-old daughter in Indiana and an 8-year-old Mississippi ...…
 
Download Transcript Jed Woodworth works in the Church History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He is also the author of the Revelations in Context essay on Section 89 of the Doctrine and Covenants entitled, “The Word of Wisdom.” In the early 1830s, the Temperance Movement was in full swing in the United States. Cha ...…
 
Download Transcript Jed Woodworth works in the Church History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He is also the author of the Revelations in Context essay on Section 89 of the Doctrine and Covenants entitled, “The Word of Wisdom.” In the early 1830s, the Temperance Movement was in full swing in the United States. Cha ...…
 
[yendifplayer type=audio mp3=http://s2.radioboss.fm:8424/stream]Lawrence W. Schonbrun is the executive director of Class Action Watch, a nonprofit organization and is a s a nationally recognized authority on the issue of the reasonableness of attorneys' fee awards in class actions.He has appeared on behalf of unnamed class members in approximat ...…
 
Earlier this week the attorneys general of Maryland and Washington, DC, filed a lawsuit stating President Trump's continued ownership of his DC hotel violates the Constitution's Emoluments Clause. A day later, almost 200 congressional democrats also filed suit against the President for the Trump Organization continuing to accept foreign funds. ...…
 
Wednesday, June 21st, in the year of our Lord 2017 By Adam McManus Chinese Communists Try to Force Christians to Say They’re in an Evil Cult The Communists in China have become so irritated with the proliferation of Christianity that they are now trying to force Christians to confess that they have participated in “an evil cult,” reports China ...…
 
Graham Finlay, Lecturer in the School of Politics and International Relations at the University College Dublin, and Dawn Walsh, Post-Doctoral Researcher in the School of Law and Government at Dublin City University and the Institute of Conflict, Cooperation and Security at the University of Birmingham, join host Dan Loney to discuss the new Iri ...…
 
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So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast
 
Simon Tam likes to quote Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous line — paraphrased from transcendentalist Theodore Parker’s earlier statement — that “the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” That said, Tam likes to add that the arc doesn’t bend on its own. It takes courageous individuals willing to stand up for their rights ...…
 
Brook Wayne interviews her husband, Israel about his book on education. Notes: As parents and families, do we have a Biblical worldview regarding education? What is God’s opinion on education. Join Brook and Israel. This is a definitive book on what God has to say on education. Reviews on the book say it has changed their thinking regarding edu ...…
 
(Bloomberg) -- Stuart Benjamin, a professor at Duke University Law School, discusses a decision in the Supreme Court case Packingham v. North Carolina, which ruled that the state's ban on sex offenders using social media platforms violated the first amendment of the constitution. He speaks with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."…
 
(Bloomberg) -- Stuart Benjamin, a professor at Duke University Law School, discusses a decision in the Supreme Court case Packingham v. North Carolina, which ruled that the state's ban on sex offenders using social media platforms violated the first amendment of the constitution. He speaks with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."…
 
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