Want to hear what lawyers are talking about, conveniently from your desktop or MP3 player? The Legal Talk Network offers talk radio internet broadcasts on current legal news and hot topic discussions in the legal community. For Legal Talk Network members, LTN is a virtual collaboration space where members can exchange thoughts, resources and networks, and members can customize the LTN interface according to their preferences.
LTN is sponsored by Law.com, Boston Media Group, and Ringler Associates. Legal Talk Network shows are available for Continuing Legal Education credit through Law.com’s CLE Center in jurisdictions other than Maryland; Maryland does not offer credit for CLE online at this time.
Listen to the following seven broadcasts by attorneys on the Legal Talk Network:
Lawyer 2 Lawyer radio show commentators also have their own law blog. Lawyer 2 Lawyer is co-hosted by Law.com bloggers J. Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi. Recent shows include Legal Predictions for 2007, Celebrating the Holidays with the Year in Review, A Day in the Life of a JAG Officer in Iraq, Global Warming & the Supreme Court, The NLJ 250 & the Growth of Large Law Firms, New E-Discovery Rules in the Federal Courts, Church, State & the First Amendment, and The HP Spying Scandal.
On Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen from Ringler Associates discusses legal topics ranging from Ethics to Lead Paint Litigation with guests.
Regarding Workers Comp Matters, host Attorney Alan S. Pierce talks about issues on Disability Prevention vs. Disability Management, Defending Complex Workers Comp Cases, and Representing Undocumented Workers.
The Power of Attorney host and President of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys (MATA) Marsha Kazarosian recently aired shows on Tests of Justice, how legal TV shows affect the U.S. Justice System, and Involuntary Manslaughter: A Double Standard?
Finally, LTN features Special Reports broadcasting hot topics like Miscarriage of Justice on the Salvati case, and interviews with high profile figures such as A Conversation with Bill Gates, Sr.