On today's Legal Underground Podcast, I'm hosting the second "Litigation Radio" feature, which includes a discussion of oral argument meltdowns and an interview with a real-life trial lawyer. You can learn more at Legal Underground.
The first "Litigation Radio" feature can be found here. For more about law-related podcasting in general, see "2005: The Year of the Podcast," by Robert J. Ambrogi at Law Technology News.
If you're like me, you probably receive what used to be called "advance sheets"--summaries of recent case law--by way of email. I get a number of these from different sources such as Law.com, Find Law, and the Illinois State Bar Association.
Here's a tip: rather than deleting the emails after giving them a cursory once-over, save them in a Gmail account set up specifically for that purpose. Not only will Gmail give you unlimited free storage, but it's also easy to search your emails whenever you're confronted with a knotty legal issue and want to quickly check recent law.