Presented by the American Bar Association’s Law Student Division, the ABA Law Student Podcast covers issues that affect law students, law schools, and recent grads. From finals and graduation to the bar exam and finding a job, this show is your trusted resource for the next big step.
Examining Racial Inequality in Juvenile Justice
Attorney Natasha Fortune discusses her work at the Legal Aid Society of New York in the Juvenile Rights Practice and the cycles of racial injustice that affect her work with children of color.
Representing Power: A Conversation with Attorney Robert Barnett
Attorney Robert Barnett sits down with host Meghan Steenburgh to discuss his storied career including his work with ten Presidential campaigns.
A Career in Legal Aid — Perspectives from Sally Fisher Curran
Sally Fisher Curran discusses her career in legal aid.
Richard Freer: Insights on Bar Review and Civil Procedure
Professor Richard Freer discusses his career and passion for helping students reach their potential.
Law School Innovators: Taking Legal Ed Online
ABA Law Student Podcast host Meghan Steenburgh hosts two sets of interviews focused on online legal education.
Dean Rodney Smolla: How Experiential Learning Makes Better Future Lawyers
Rodney Smolla, dean of the Delaware Law School of Widener University, discusses his career and offers practical advice for law students.
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Lots of great topics!
I’m excited to listen to several of these podcasts. Many of the podcasts are relevant to me as a law student.
They are professionally done and informative. I definitely recommend these as a resource for law students!
This is a wonderful resource, I wish it had been around when I was in school.
Great way to stay current on issues
The shows are brief yet engaging. These podcasts are a great way for the busy law student to stay current on pressing matters within our industry.