Amicus Briefs Podcast: Episode 1

“You know law is kind of the software that society runs on…
it is the engine for deciding stuff that we have to decide.”

– UGA Law Faculty Christian Turner


From left to right: Rachel Evans, Christian Turner, Lucas Carver, Leslie Grove, Jim Henneberger

After recording our podcast pilot episode in the law school’s new podcasting studio space in May, we recorded Episode 1 over the summer. Finally ready for your ears we are happy to share this episode with you which focuses on technology through the lens of legal education:

In this episode co-hosts Leslie Grove, Web Developer, and myself (Rachel Evans), Web Coordinator, interview the following personalities from our law school’s community:

• Information Technology Law Librarian Jason Tubinis
• Administrative Specialist Tina Whitehair
• Help Desk Manager Brad Grove
• Law Faculty Christian Turner
• Information Technology Services Director Jim Henneberger
• Podcasting Studio Engineer Lucas Carver


Read more about our podcast’s purpose and connection to our library newsletter Amicus Briefs in our previous blog post featuring the pilot episode. Special thanks to the law school’s PR & Communications Director Heidi Murphy for taking our episode photo.

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