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Hear Ye, Hear Ye: Hamline Law Podcasts Make Top Ten List

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According to Law Technology News columnist Robert J. Ambrogi, "there are so many worthwhile (podcast) programs that I had trouble winnowing my list to 10." Despite the heavy competition, Ambrogi included podcasts from Hamline University School of Law in his list for a second time (Hamline originally made the list in 2005). Noted Ambrogi in the October 10, 2008 "Ten Legal Podcasts to Keep You Informed" column, "What started several years ago as a single podcast called Conversations in Law (on the Hamline Law School website)--a series on law, leadership and legal education--has expanded into an array of podcasts covering law and leadership, health law, public law, Native American law, dispute resolution and intellectual property. Within the Conversation series, programs range from a discussion of feminist jurisprudence to Kenneth Feinberg recalling the many personal stories he heard as administrator of the 9/11 victim compensation fund."

New podcasts recently added include an interview with Hamline Law Dean Donald Lewis and presentations by Hamline Law Professor Ken Fox on "Peace-building in the Middle East: A case study of the Hamline University Civic Education Projects" and "The Gifts and Challenges of Controversy: Tools for Deep Connection." Check back to the www.hamline.edu/law/conversations site often as additional podcasts of Hamline Law School events and presentations are continually added throughout the year.