5 Legal Podcasts Worth Tuning In To

5 legal podcasts to follow - kendallcoffey.biz

If you’re looking to gain knowledge about a topic that pertains to your field or personal interests, listening to a relevant podcast might just be the best way to do it. Podcasts have significantly risen in popularity over the last few years. In 2013, USA Today reported that Apple surpassed 1 billion subscriptions for podcasts …

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How Cyber Civil Rights Complicate the Legal Profession

Technology and the Internet

The digital age has undoubtedly changed the legal landscape irreversibly; attorneys are now tasked with remaining competent amid rapid technological changes to best aid their clients. In 2013, the American Bar Association implemented an amendment to Model Rule of Professional Conduct 1.1, noting that in order to maintain competence, “a lawyer should keep abreast of …

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Kendall Coffey: Is a Presumption of Innocence Possible in the Court of Public Opinion?

Kendall Coffey considers the presumption of innocence in the court of public opinion.

2014 was not a good year for comedian Bill Cosby. Cosby has faced myriad sexual assault allegations in the past, but by December 2014, no less than 33 women had come forward to accuse him of sexual misconduct. Of that number, only a few women have formally filed charges, but the highly public nature of …

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