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Here’s the Recording of My Guest Spot on the final episode of ‘This Week in Law’

I had the great pleasure to be a guest last week on the final episode of This Week in Law, the video podcast that Denise Howell has hosted for 12 years, most recently with cohosts Stefan Szpajda and Matt Curtis. If you missed the live broadcast, the recording is now available to view. This week’s episode, Odious Buffoons (no doubt a reference to the guest), was the show’s last. We rounded up a variety of topics in the news: including remix culture copyright, strangers may be watching your Ring v...
Tags: Apple, Google, Supreme Court, Law, Uncategorized, Bob Ambrogi, Denise Howell, Matt Curtis, Stefan Szpajda


Here’s the Recording of My Guest Spot on the final episode of ‘This Week in Law’

I had the great pleasure to be a guest last week on the final episode of This Week in Law, the video podcast that Denise Howell has hosted for 12 years, most recently with cohosts Stefan Szpajda and Matt Curtis. If you missed the live broadcast, the recording is now available to view. This week’s episode, Odious Buffoons (no doubt a reference to the guest), was the show’s last. We rounded up a variety of topics in the news: including remix culture copyright, strangers may be watching your Ring v...
Tags: Apple, Google, Supreme Court, Law, Uncategorized, Denise Howell, Matt Curtis, Stefan Szpajda


Live at 6 ET Today: The Last ‘This Week in Law’

After 448 episodes, Denise Howell is calling it a wrap on her vide0 and audio podcast This Week in Law, which she currently cohosts with Stefan Szpajda, an attorney with Dorsey & Whitney in Seattle. I’ll be the guest as they broadcast the show live today at 6 p.m. Eastern time. (To watch, go to the show website at 6 and click Live at the top of the page.) You’ll also be able to watch or listen to the recording afterwards. Notes and links on the topics we will be discussing on the show can be fou...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Seattle, Dorsey Whitney, Bob Ambrogi, Denise Howell, Stefan Szpajda


Live at 6 ET Today: The Last ‘This Week in Law’

After 448 episodes, Denise Howell is calling it a wrap on her vide0 and audio podcast This Week in Law, which she currently cohosts with Stefan Szpajda, an attorney with Dorsey & Whitney in Seattle. I’ll be the guest as they broadcast the show live today at 6 p.m. Eastern time. (To watch, go to the show website at 6 and click Live at the top of the page.) You’ll also be able to watch or listen to the recording afterwards. Notes and links on the topics we will be discussing on the show can be fou...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Seattle, Dorsey Whitney, Denise Howell, Stefan Szpajda


Technology know-how: bridging the gap

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** Technology know-how: bridging the gap By now, I’m sure you already know that New York lawyers have an ethical obligation to maintain technology competence. What that means is that you need to have a basic understanding of legal technology issues so that you can make educated decisions about whether to use technology in your law practice, and which tools to use. Of course, we all know that’s easi...
Tags: New York, Law, Web/Tech, Weblogs, Thomson Reuters, Aba, ABA Journal, Rochester New York, Monroe County, Bob Ambrogi, Greg Lambert, Denise Howell, Daily Record--Legal Currents Column, Law & Technology, NBlack, Nicole Black


Top podcasts for lawyers

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** Top podcasts for lawyers Podcasts have been around for decades now, but it was only recently that lawyers really began to take notice of them. The “Serial” podcast’s fame helped expand the reach of podcasts, both amongst the general public and lawyers. Since then, podcasts have increased in popularity and many new legal-themed podcasts have emerged. But with so many law-related podcasts out ther...
Tags: New York, Law, Rochester, Bob, David Lat, Thomson Reuters, Aba, ABA Journal, Rochester New York, Bob Ambrogi, Greg Lambert, Denise Howell, Daily Record--Legal Currents Column, Law & Technology, NBlack, Nicole Black


Technology know-how: bridging the gap

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** Technology know-how: bridging the gap By now, I’m sure you already know that New York lawyers have an ethical obligation to maintain technology competence. What that means is that you need to have a basic understanding of legal technology issues so that you can make educated decisions about whether to use technology in your law practice, and which tools to use. Of course, we all know that’s easi...
Tags: New York, Law, Web/Tech, Weblogs, Thomson Reuters, Aba, ABA Journal, Rochester New York, Monroe County, Bob Ambrogi, Greg Lambert, Denise Howell, Daily Record--Legal Currents Column, Law & Technology, NBlack, Nicole Black


Why I’m Signing Off the Podcast I’ve Done for 13 Years

Thirteen years ago this week, in 2005, I sat down in a recording studio in front of a fancy boom microphone, donned a bulky pair of Sony headphones, and waited for the cue. Then I was connected to my new cohost, Newport Beach, Calif., lawyer J. Craig Williams, and recording the first episode of our new podcast. Little did I imagine we’d still be doing it all these years later, making it the longest continually running podcast in law and one of the longest running of any kind. Last night, after 5...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Boston, Uncategorized, Sony, Bob, University Of California Berkeley, Kate, Denver, Craig Williams, American Bar Association, Lawyer2Lawyer, Craig, Whitey Bulger, Dean Strang, Alex Kozinski


Why I’m Signing Off the Podcast I’ve Done for 13 Years

Thirteen years ago this week, in 2005, I sat down in a recording studio in front of a fancy boom microphone, donned a bulky pair of Sony headphones, and waited for the cue. Then I was connected to my new cohost, Newport Beach, Calif., lawyer J. Craig Williams, and recording the first episode of our new podcast. Little did I imagine we’d still be doing it all these years later, making it the longest continually running podcast in law and one of the longest running of any kind. Last night, after 5...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Boston, Uncategorized, Sony, Bob, University Of California Berkeley, Kate, Denver, Craig Williams, American Bar Association, Lawyer2Lawyer, Craig, Whitey Bulger, Dean Strang, Alex Kozinski


Top podcasts for lawyers

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** Top podcasts for lawyers Podcasts have been around for decades now, but it was only recently that lawyers really began to take notice of them. The “Serial” podcast’s fame helped expand the reach of podcasts, both amongst the general public and lawyers. Since then, podcasts have increased in popularity and many new legal-themed podcasts have emerged. But with so many law-related podcasts out ther...
Tags: New York, Law, Rochester, Bob, David Lat, Thomson Reuters, Aba, ABA Journal, Rochester New York, Bob Ambrogi, Greg Lambert, Denise Howell, Daily Record--Legal Currents Column, Law & Technology, NBlack, Nicole Black


Things to do when spending a few extra days in southern California -- Having dinner with Denise Howell, who made the "How Appealing" blog possible

Things to do when spending a few extra days in southern California -- Having dinner with Denise Howell, who made the "How Appealing" blog possible: As a Wikipedia entry recounts, Denise Howell's "blog, Bag and Baggage, started in 2001, was one of the first law-related blogs." That resulted in her being an appellate lawyer who had a blog, allowing me to realize that such a thing was in fact possible when I decided to launch this blog in May 2002. Denise's blog lasted until 2013, when she decided...
Tags: Law, California, Wikipedia, Denise, Newport Beach California, Denise Howell, Moritz Law School Ohio State University


Recent SESTA Developments (A Linkwrap)

Publicly, it’s been a little quiet on the SESTA/Wagner bill front since the House hearing in early October. However, activity is taking place behind the scenes. Proponents keep adding cosponsors: now 35 in the Senate and over 160 in the House. Also, backroom discussions are taking place over proposed wording changes. My take is that the proponents are conceding very little ground, despite some obvious problems with the bills that everyone seems to acknowledge should be fixed. While the backroo...
Tags: Apple, Law, Senate, House, Ibm, Oakland, Doj, Sen Portman, Wagner, Ferrer, Leary, Cathy Gellis, Denise Howell, Content Regulation, Derivative Liability, Small Justice


This Week In Legal Tech: Lawyers Learn To Love The Podcast

Tech columnist Bob Ambrogi discusses some of his favorite legal podcasts.
Tags: Podcast, Technology, Podcasts, Law, Serial, Podcasting, Robert Ambrogi, Dahlia Lithwick, Bob Ambrogi, Denise Howell, Legal Talk Network, Media and Journalism


Announcing the 2013 Blawggie Awards – Tenth Edition

Welcome to the 2013 edition of Dennis Kennedy’s annual Best of Law-related Blogging Awards, affectionately known as the “Blawggies.”The Blawggies, which honor the best law-related blogs as determined from my personal and highly-opinionated perspective, were first unleashed on an unsuspecting blogosphere in December 2004 and are an annual tradition here at DennisKennedy.Blog.This historic tenth edition of the awards makes them the longest running annual awards list for law-related blogs selected ...
Tags: UK, Technology, Law, Awards, US, Best, Canada, Jordan, Legal Technology, Blawg, 2013, Blawggies, Blawggie, Adam Smith, Dennis, Tom



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