Expected Audience: Legal Recruiters, Prospective Law Students and UNH/FPLC Alums
mp3 audio | ogg audio | torrent | unedited video
Part of the reason I wanted to do this series is because I see other schools with podcasts (American, Chicago, Harvard, Yale, Virginia, etc.)
Brian has written 8 articles for the Lawcast.
Why don’t you tell us a little about yourself?
political science major in college
What are your plans this upcoming semester for the Lawcast?
Writing for Practice
Copyright registration takes a while!
Have you thought about whether you’ll stick with the Lawcast after graduation?
Figure it out as you go!
What are some of your longterm goals in the law?
Stay in NH!
Start practicing business litigation and that may take him in into trademarks
public sector first
More specifically, what have you been up to this summer?
Clinic calls, intake interviews
Legal clinic doesn’t do divorces
What do you think of Mary leaving UNH?
Brian was surprised.
Maybe school is trying to branch out a little more.
What do you think of Sports Law as part of IP?
The correct name is the Sports and Entertainment Law Center.
hard to talk about as much because no Title.
Just very complicated!
I cut out a bit about patents after the discussion about sports law, so if you want to hear a bit more about patents, you'll have to watch the unedited video.
With Life of a Law Student no longer in existence, where do you think is the best place to go for free additional legal materials?
some blogs: not a single source