Forget March Madness (because your bracket is probably busted anyway), the newest March tradition is #TryPod. All throughout the month of March, people who listen to podcasts have been encouraged to recommend their favorite episodes or shows to others using the social media hashtag #TryPod. Emily, our resident podcast junkie, has some recommendations for supporters of legal reform that are interested in trying out the medium.
All you need to do is follow the links below and press the play button if you want to listen to these recordings:
- Planet Money did an episode on class actions which explores their origin and their current use in food litigation.
- The U.S. Chamber of Commerce did an episode in their Business Impact podcast about the serious consequences of frivolous lawsuits.
If you want to start listening to podcasts that regularly talk about legal issues, Emily recommends downloading a podcast app and subscribing to First Mondays and More Perfect for United States Supreme Court news, the Federalist Society’s stream of teleforum recordings for issue-based updates, and Judge John Hodgman for laughs.
Know of any other great legal podcasts? Let us know by tweeting at us using the hashtag #TryPod.