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Best Podcasts for Lawyer Listeners

By George Khoury, Esq. | Last updated on

For lawyers and legal professionals, finding good podcasts that are more than just entertainment can often be a struggle.

It's impossible to shut off that automatic cringe when lay-folk get the law so horribly wrong. And it can often be quite the let-down when a show doesn't provide any useful information about a legal topic you're actually interested in.

Fortunately, we here at FindLaw have created this handy list of some of the best podcasts for lawyers that promise to do more than simply entertain.

FindLaw's Don't Judge Me

FindLaw's own podcast written and produced in house. The bi-monthly podcast tackles just about everything related to the law in fun, informal conversations. From current events to legal trivia, and everything in between, take an in-depth look at legal topics you actually care about. The show often features guests from across the legal industry.

Lawyer 2 Lawyer

Lawyer 2 Lawyer is one of the oldest podcasts on the web. Host and criminal defense attorney J. Craig Williams discusses contemporary news from a legal perspective. This long-running and award-winning podcast is a staple of legal podcasting. 

From podcasting giant Wondery, this well-produced show targeted to both lawyers and non-lawyers takes an in-depth look at some of the biggest court cases in U.S. history.

Thinking Like a Lawyer

Love reading Above The Law's snarky legal commentary? Then you'll be pleased to know that ABL has a podcast where you can listen to some of the snarkiest takes from the internet's preeminent dealers of legal snark.

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