Introduction to I Am The Law, a Series of Informational Interviews with Law School Graduates About Their Jobs
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I Am The Law is the inaugural podcast produced by Law School Transparency for LST Radio.
In the introductory episode, LST's executive director (Kyle McEntee) outlines why LST decided to venture into public radio. He'll interview legal education leaders and others about why the show is important for the legal profession and those seeking to join it.
LST's mission is to make entry to the legal profession more transparent, affordable, and fair. We have thus far focused on the statistical side of choosing whether and where to go to law school -- check out the LST Reports here. But statistics only tell part of the story. Students need to know what law jobs are really like when deciding to make the significant and important decision to join the legal profession. Unfortunately, the legal profession can be a bit of a black box.
Enter I Am The Law. Each episode of IATL (after this one!) will profile a different law school graduate. Every week, we'll ask probing questions that reveal what the practice of law is really like. We'll interview public defenders, prosecutors, corporate attorneys, e-Discovery specialists, and more.
As a result, listeners will be better equipped to make more informed career decisions.
Tune in on January 19, 2015 for the first informational interview with Gabriel Cheong, a family law attorney in Boston, Massachusetts.
43 episodes available. A new episode about every 12 days averaging 22 mins duration .