Top 11 Podcasts For Lawyers

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Top 11 Podcasts For Lawyers

1. Law Pod UK

Law Pod UK is a podcast from the barristers at 1 Crown Office Row with hosts Rosalind English and Emma-Louise Fenelon. It gives listeners the lowdown on all aspects of civil and public law in the United Kingdom. There are currently 167 episodes that are all under 30 minutes which makes it the perfect length to catch up on during your commute or morning coffee!

2. Technically Legal – A Legal Technology And Innovation Podcast

If you are interested in the rise of legal technology and all that it has to offer, Technically Legal is the podcast for you! In each episode, an innovator in the legal industry is interviewed by host Chad Main, attorney and founder of Percipient, a tech-enabled legal services provider about technology’s effect on legal practice and how they are implanting these changes into their own firms.

3. Lawyer 2 Lawyer

Lawyer 2 Lawyer is an award-winning legal podcast hosted by criminal defence lawyer J. Craig Williams. Launched in 2005, Lawyer 2 Lawyer is one of the longest-running legal podcasts. The podcast includes a series called The Life of a Lawyer, Start to Finish which gives practical tips on matters ranging from ‘How to Succeed in Law School’ to ‘Work-Life Balance’. It also discusses contemporary issues such as ‘The Trial in the Killing of Ahmaud Arbery’ and ‘SCOTUS & the Overturning of Roe & Wade’.

4. Bloomberg Law

Award-winning journalist June Grasso hosts this podcast, where she speaks with prominent attorneys and legal scholars to analyse legal issues and major cases in the news drawing on all aspects of the profession from criminal law to securities law.

5. Above The Law – Thinking Like a Lawyer

Kathryn Rubino and Joe Patrice discuss everyday experiences enjoyed by regular people and re-examine it through the eyes of a lawyer. From humanitarian issues to top cases that take over the news, this unique podcast is for everyone that wants to delve into the mind of a lawyer.

6. The Hearing – A Legal Podcast

The Hearing is a podcast from Thomson Reuters that examine a spectrum of legal topics including but not limited to how the profession is changing and trailblazers within the industry. Everyone interviewed has a connection with the law and issues surveyed are relevant to listeners on both sides of the Atlantic.

7. The Linklaters Podcast

The Linklaters Podcast is a podcast from Linklaters LLP, a world-renowned magic circle law firm. The podcast discusses matters such as trends in FCA investigations and Fintech. It also includes a section on Diversity Talks. Its most recent series, ESG Summer School 2022, examines contemporary issues rising from ESG reports and requirements.

8. LGBT+ Lawyers

LGBT+ lawyers is a podcast from the Law Society's LGBT+ Lawyers Division. The podcast focuses on topics of interest to both LGBTQ+ lawyers and their allies. Recent episodes include understanding surrogacy and an episode with Christos Paphiti, a solicitor at Sharpe Pritchard where he discusses his unique coming out experience.

9. Law In Action

Law in Action is a long-running legal magazine programme from BBC Radio 4 hosted by Joshua Rozenberg. Latest episodes include Prison Education and an episode investigating war crimes in Ukraine.

10. The Intelligence From The Economist

This podcast gives listeners a daily burst of global illumination as correspondents dig past the headlines to get to the stories that are not making headlines even though they should be. Recent episodes include ‘Cereal numbers: the fall in food prices’ and ‘No quiet on any front: Ethiopia’s clash of conflicts’.

11. More From Law

Host Harry Clark endeavours to provide listeners with more from law as he interviews trainees, solicitors, professionals and much more in a podcast designed to broaden one’s legal horizons. With 65 bite-sized episodes on record, listeners benefit from commentaries, discussions, and analyses on the latest developments in the legal industry.

By Neha Sunil



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