Podcasts

Law Practice Authors Podcast Roundup

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The Law Practice Division, under which this blog falls, has a growing library of books related to the practice of law, technology, business, and things not taught in law school. We’ve been sharing excerpts from those books, but sometimes it’s helpful to hear directly from authors. We’ve rounded up some podcasts from ABA meetings over the past year that feature some of ...

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E-Discovery for Solo and Small Firm Lawyers

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As e-discovery purveys more and more practices and practice areas, it becomes important for solo and small firm lawyers to at least have a cursory understanding of the process. Attorneys can be at a big disadvantage coming up against opposing counsel without the proper knowledge, workflow and tools for e-discovery. Since everyone today texts, emails, uses social media and other ...

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After A Decade of Legal Blogs, or “Blawging”

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In August 2005, Dennis and Tom took part in a discussion called “Between Lawyers Roundtable: The Future of Legal Blogging” on the ABA Law Practice Today website. This marked the burst of energy for legal blogging, or blawging, in 2005. Ten years later, lawyers have decided to examine the landscape of law blogs. Bob Ambrogi and Paul Horwitz at PrawfsBlawg ...

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