Date: July 5, 2017
Rocket Matter's Legal Productivity blog reported on lawyers' favorite podcasts. TELG's David Scher nominated "Amicus," a podcast that follows the doings of the U.S. Supreme Court.
“[It's] nerdy in a great way. It has some hardcore legal discussions but also treats the nine justices as human characters in an ongoing drama.”
David L. Scher
Lawyers Share Their Favorite Podcasts
Lawyers seems to really love podcasts. In fact, one of our most popular blog posts of all time was on the Top Ten Legal Podcasts. So we thought we’d ask a bunch of lawyers what their favorite podcasts are — and we received so many responses that we decided to share the results in several posts.
Here what’s some lawyers had to say:
“Slate’s Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick podcast, which is mostly about the Supreme Court, is nerdy in a great way. It has some hardcore legal discussions but also treats the nine justices as human characters in an ongoing drama.”
— David L. Scher, an Employment Discrimination attorney in Washington D.C.
“V-Sauce: Brilliant guy discussing interesting things in a brilliant way; teaches me stuff out of my usual subject areas so it’s always something new.”
— Roger Austin, who practices Election Law, Administrative Law, Real Estate, and General Civil Law in Gainesville, FL