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Category: Law Student Podcast



John Weber, Law Student Podcast

Introducing our new ABA Law Student Podcast host, John Weber

September 18, 2017

The end of bar exam season results in many happy law grads, an exciting future of career paths, and a new ABA Law Student Podcast host! In this episode of the ABA Law Student Podcast, host Kareem Aref talks to new host John Weber about why he chose to run for the Law Student Division’s

Thomas Kim

New ABA Law Student Division chair takes on immigration

August 30, 2017

Immigration is a hot topic both in and outside of the legal realm, but for Thomas Kim it’s more than just a popular subject. His own negative experience with an immigration lawyer motivated him to become a passionate immigration rights activist. In this episode of the ABA Law Student Podcast, host Kareem Aref talks

PSLF

The Gamble of Public Service Loan Forgiveness

June 22, 2017

Young lawyers are needed to fill public service roles but often law school debt funnels them into higher paying positions. The Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program was aimed to help this issue by forgiving student debt after ten years of qualifying employment at the local, state, or federal level.In

F. Lee Bailey

Talking with F. Lee Bailey about O. J. Simpson and reasonable doubt

May 23, 2017

The O. J. Simpson trial is still heavy on people’s minds, especially with the release of shows like “O. J. Simpson: Made in America” and Netflix’s “American Crime Story: The People vs OJ Simpson.” In this episode of the ABA Law Student Podcast, host Chris Morgan talks to F. Lee

Making a Murderer

Defending Steven Avery with 'Making A Murderer’s' Dean Strang

April 25, 2017

It’s a question that has haunted the nation: did Steven Avery kill Teresa Halbach? The Netflix series "Making A Murderer" has brought the Steven Avery case to the forefront of everyone’s minds and, in doing so, has also brought attention to the lawyers involved.In this episode of the ABA Law

Carl E. Douglas

Discussing the O.J. Simpson Case with Defense Attorney Carl Douglas

March 22, 2017

Labeled the “trial of the century” by many, the O.J. Simpson case brought forth issues of race, celebrity, and police dishonesty. In this episode of the ABA Law Student Podcast, host Chris Morgan talks to Carl Douglas, one of the defense attorneys in the O.J. Simpson murder case, about the

Library Of Congress

The Law Library of Congress: A Free Legal Research Resource

March 01, 2017

Research may not be the most exciting part of law school, but there are ways to make it easier, more interesting, and (perhaps most importantly) free. In this episode of the ABA Law Student Podcast, hosts Sandy Gallant-Jones and Chris Morgan talk to Sheila Hollis and Barbara Bavis about the

Law Student Podcast

Fighting the Tide of Student Debt

February 07, 2017

If you want to be a successful lawyer, law school is a given. With the hike in student loans, however, it may be a while before you actually make any money.

Podcast: Why Washington should save Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Broken promises and Public Service Loan Forgiveness (podcast)

February 01, 2017

Law school is essential to becoming a successful lawyer but it doesn’t come cheap. Public Service Loan Forgiveness was a program put in place to entice young lawyers to take public service positions which have historically paid less than private sector positions. After ten years of making on-time, full payments

Korematsu memorial

The man behind the Doodle: Fred Korematsu

January 30, 2017

At the 2016 ABA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, Law Student Division Chair Kareem Aref spoke with founder and executive director of the Fred T. Korematsu Institute Karen Korematsu about her father’s landmark case, Korematsu v. United States.

LegalTech

The importance of legal tech and continued education

December 20, 2016

Law school provides many young attorneys with the critical thinking and analysis skills necessary to be a successful lawyer in today’s legal marketplace. In this episode of the ABA Law Student Podcast, hosts Chris Morgan and Sandy Gallant-Jones speak with Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB) Executive Director Kelly Lake

Law Student Podcast

Law Student Podcasts: Here’s what you’re missing

December 01, 2016

Even busy law students need entertainment sometimes. Don’t miss out on some really interesting discussions—be sure to check out the ABA Law Student Division podcast. Not only does it have new hosts, but the podcast also has new guests on unique topics.The most recent podcast featured an interview

Death Penalty Podcast

The challenges of trying death penalty cases

November 30, 2016

The process of trying criminal cases can be complex. In this episode of the ABA Law Student Podcast, hosts Chris Morgan and Sandy Gallant-Jones speak with Washington state trial attorney Mark Vovos about his journey toward trying death penalty cases and the difficulties and challenges these cases can present.

Gender Bias

Podcast: Communication Tips that Combat Gender Bias

September 15, 2016

In this episode of the ABA Law Student Podcast, host Sandy Gallant-Jones speaks with McDermott Will & Emery partner Andrea Kramer about her new book, "Breaking Through Bias: Communication Techniques for Women to Succeed at Work," and gender equality in the workplace.Andrea recalls the

Law Student Podcast

Podcast: Finding Alternative Careers in the Law

August 31, 2016

In this episode of the ABA Law Student Podcast, host Sandy Gallant-Jones talks with Above the Law Editor Joe Patrice, CuroLegal CEO Chad Burton, LegalZoom General Counsel Chas Rampenthal, Clio Lawyer in Residence Joshua Lenon, and Legal Talk Network Executive Producer Laurence Colletti about alternative careers in law.Joe opens the

Mic Clark

Podcast: Courtroom Appropriate Fashion Tips for New Attorneys

August 29, 2016

In this episode of the ABA Law Student Podcast, hosts Sandy Gallant-Jones and Kareem Aref chat with Brooks Brothers District Manager Mic Clark about courtroom appropriate fashion and wardrobe elements that every lawyer should have.Mic acknowledges that most law students are operating on a budget, but emphasizes that the goal

Law Student Podcast

Law Student Podcast: On the road at Annual Meeting

August 12, 2016

The new hosts of the Law Student Podcast dove right in to their jobs behind the microphone during the ABA Annual Meeting in San Francisco as part of Legal Talk Network's On the Road series.Sandy Gallant-Jones and Chris Morgan, the 7th Circuit Governor and 12th Circuit Governor in the Law Student

Black Lives Matter

Podcast: Pairing legal activism with restorative justice

July 07, 2016

Organizer, law student, and activist Ruby-Beth Buitekant discusses restorative justice and the Black Lives Matter movement. Ruby-Beth opens by sharing some of her early work experience with the Center for Court Innovation, through the Youth Organizing to Save Our Streets program, and discusses the transformative effects the program has had on her Crown Heights, Brooklyn neighborhood.

Podcast: Restorative Justice

Podcast double feature: Restorative justice

July 06, 2016

Fabiani Duarte, along with guest host Andrew Scott and guest attorney Sarah Walton, take a look at mass incarceration in our criminal justice system and how restorative justice concepts could be applied.

Marcia Clark

Podcast: Marcia Clark on 'The People vs. O.J. Simpson,' her latest book

May 03, 2016

Marcia Clark, most notably known for serving as the prosecutor for the trial of O.J. Simpson, joins the ABA Law Student Podcast to discuss her new novel “Blood Defense,” the FX series “American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson,” and her experiences as a prosecutor.

Law Student Podcast

Podcast: Law School and Depression

April 20, 2016

Fact: 20% of lawyers suffer from depression, more than double that of the general population. Beyond that, 60,000 law students suffer from depression by the end of their second year. What resources are available for lawyers who find themselves battling the rigors of the profession and the struggles of depression?In

Law Student Podcast

Podcast: The intersection of law and social science

April 06, 2016

Have you ever wondered how many lawyers continue to practice after acquiring their Juris Doctor Degree? Perhaps you’ve pondered how your legal knowledge can be applied to different types of public work or social activism. This episode attempts to answer these questions with American Bar Foundation director Ajay K. Mehrotra.