Law Technology News web columnist Bob Ambrogi recently featured ten "essential" podcasts for lawyers in Law Technology News. The online version of his article is available here. You should be able to find something that will interest you in this collection espeically since Bob slyly snuck in a few more than ten. You will be able to listen to all of these on your computer even if you don't have an MP3 player.
My favorite paragraph was this one: "The ABA's Web site is also home to The Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology, a monthly podcast from two well-regarded practice-management professionals, Sharon Nelson, president of Sensei Enterprises, a Virginia computer forensics and legal technology company, and Jim Calloway, author of Jim Calloway's Law Practice Tips Blog, and director of the Oklahoma Bar Association's Management Assistance Program. The podcast is produced as part of the Law Technology Today e-zine of the ABA's Law Practice Management Section."
I do have breaking news that occured since Bob wrote his article, however. Law Technology Today e-zine has been merged into its sister e-zine, Law Practice Today, and our podcast is moving there as well. I actually advocated for this change as these two e-zines from the same publisher had potentially overlapping content. More on that a bit later this week. But if you haven't subscribed to Law Practice Today, do so. it is easy and free and once a month, you get an e-mail with links to the articles in the new e-zine.