It’s been a little while since I wrote about The Law Librarian podcast created by Richard Leiter and available over at BlogTalkRadio and iTunes. I am one of several regular panelists; panelists now take turns participating in the shows depending on the topics. Richard has also expanded the schedule from once a month to once a month plus frequent updates, which will hopefully mean a new show every couple of weeks.
In case you missed them, the last two shows are:
Google Scholar Legal Opinions and Journals: A Conversation with Anurag Acharya (Dec. 4/09)
– Anurag Acharya is a Principal Engineer at Google Scholar, and this episode helps us better understand what the new Google Scholar search in Legal Opinions and Journals does.
Year in Review: Kerfuffles, Googles and All That Jazz (Dec. 21/09)
– several of us talk about developments in law and legal research over the past year.