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Thursday, November 3, 2016

Talks on Law App


Looking for a new way to stay up to date on emerging legal issues?  You might try the Talks on Law app, which provides access to video interviews with prominent attorneys and law professors, who discuss a variety of legal topics in an easy to understand format.  The app is the companion to the Talks on Law website, which provides access to 30 minute talks as well as short 5 minute briefs on topics such as bioethics, constitutional law, criminal law, and election law.  For instance, there are talks regarding abandoned DNA, government surveillance, regulating guns, and gerrymandering.  All of the talks are free for anyone to view, but for a fee you can also earn CLE credit for the videos (currently available in New York, California, Illinois, and Arizona).

The app is free to download and available for iOS devices.  To learn more about the app, visit the app store or the Talks on Law website

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