Tag Archives: podcasts

Legal Listening: 10 Best Podcasts

In our previous blog post we shared about the recent Artist’s Rights Symposium hosted earlier this week at UGA’s neighboring Terry College of Business. That symposium featured School of Law Faculty Joe Miller as a panelist. Joe Miller happens to … Continue reading

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Amicus Briefs Podcast in Flagpole

Local paper Flagpole mentioned our very own Amicus Briefs podcast as a recommended local podcast to check out in it’s Slackpole column: Part of the Alexander Campbell King Law Library, this podcast is a fascinating look into not only the … Continue reading

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Best True Crime Podcasts

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock (or studying like mad in one of the library’s cubicles) for the last few years it is hard to argue that podcasts are having a renaissance right now. They’re perfect for listening on … Continue reading

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Student Worker Spotlight: Studio Engineer Lucas Carver

We have introduced in a previous blog post the law school’s new podcasting studio, located on the third floor of the law library annex. Law faculty member Christian Turner helped make the studio‚Äôs existence possible with a recent grant to … Continue reading

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Animal Law Resources with Wendy Moore

Earlier this month the law library launched the pilot episode of a new podcast series, which will serve as an extension of the longstanding newsletter Amicus Briefs. In this pilot episode, the theme of which centered around animals and the … Continue reading

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Podcast: I Am The Law

Podcasts. We all loved Serial. But how about a podcast that gives current law students a look at what life in the legal profession is really like? Give I Am The Law a try. I Am The Law uses informational … Continue reading

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