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Legal Podcasting Goes Coast to Coast With Inaugural Broadcast on Internet Radio

One blawger calls it one giant leap for legal podcasting.  I don't know if it's that, but it's certainly Coast to Coast (free registration required to listen - or just click on the podcast icon immediately below).  It's a podcast that's broadcast on internet radio about current legal topics.  You'll find us on the Legal Talk Network , and by us I mean Bob Ambrogi, a fellow Law.com blogger and one of legal blogging's true pioneers, and me as co-hosts.  We're also grateful to Law.com for its sponsorship of the program.  

In our inaugural broadcast, Bob and I interview new ABA President Michael Greco about the American Bar Association's goals and Duke Law Professor Irwin Chemerinsky about the Supreme Court decision in Kelo v. New London.  We hope you find it interesting. 

Stay tuned:  next week, we broad/podcast about Supreme Court nominee John Roberts, and promise some very interesting guests.  Here's the teaser and one of our new logos:

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