Professor Todd Berger, director of advocacy programs at Syracuse University College of Law, has joined the American Bar Association’s Law Student Podcast, part of the Legal Talk network of podcasts, as the faculty host. He will work with the student hosts, Chay Rodriguez of John Marshall School of Law and Leah Haberman of Columbia Law School, to develop topics, identify guests to interview, deliver each episode’s introduction, and engage with the student hosts in a discussion.
“Podcasting is an effective way to educate students and others about current law topics by bringing together expert voices,” says Berger. “And in a turn of the tables, it’s the law students asking the questions!”
Legal Talk Network produces and releases the Law Student Podcast monthly. The most recent episode is here.
“By reformatting the show to foster a true team dynamic, we aim to better serve our listeners by tapping into a broader perspective and developing a more consistent, long-term voice,” said “ABA Law Student Podcast” Producer Evan Dicharry. He conceived the new format and developed it with the Editorial team at ABA’s Law Student Division.
Professor Berger teaches a course “Podcasting for Lawyers and Law Students” each spring semester.
The ABA Law Student Podcast can be found online or at Apple, Google or Spotify.