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Podcasts are a great way to engage with the scholarship and legal conversations at HLSThese podcasts are all hosted or produced by HLS faculty, staff, and students.

Another Way

Another Way: Professor Larry Lessig and the Equal Citizens team talk to presidential candidates, authors, activists, and more to bring you in-depth information about the most important issues in our democracy, and to let you know who can finally make change happen.

Audio Fishbowl

Audio Fishbowl: The Berkman Klein Center’s Audio Fishbowl features conversations with leading cyber-scholars, entrepreneurs, activists, and policymakers as they explore the bleeding edge of the internet and technology, democracy, law, and society.

Clean Law

CleanLaw: The Harvard Law School Environmental & Energy Law Program talks to experts about the latest in environmental and energy law, new research, and news on environmental deregulation.

Convergence

Convergence: Oladeji Tiamiyu from the Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program speaks with thought-leaders at the intersection of dispute resolution and technology, covering: the role technology has had in resolving disputes during the pandemic; ways technological tools have been incorporated into dispute resolution; and creative use cases that technology presents for resolving disputes.

Dandelions: A Harvard Law School Student Podcast

Dandelions: A Harvard Law School Student Podcast: 2L student Mazelle Etessami in conversation with other HLS students examining themes such as identity, community, and human connection, this podcast aims to capture the human element that can be lacking in a virtual world.

Deep Background

Deep Background: Harvard Law School professor Noah Feldman brings together a cross-section of expert guests to explore the historical, scientific, legal, and cultural context that help us understand what’s really going on behind the biggest stories in the news.

HALB Leadership Podcast

HALB Leadership Podcast: Presented by the Harvard Association for Law and Business (HALB), this podcast explores powerful ideas on how the current generation of law students can survive, thrive and grow as leaders in the face of a changing legal profession.

Hate 2 See It

Hate 2 See It: The Harvard Law School Black Law Students Association (BLSA) address anything from reparations to Rick Ross, utilizing our platform at Harvard to highlight issues concerning law school, politics, the black community, pop culture, and much more.

The HLEP Podcast

The HLEP Podcast Apple | Spotify: The podcast from the Harvard Law Entrepreneurship Project is designed to introduce listeners (law students primarily) to corporate lawyering throughout a company’s life cycle, from startup formation, to the company’s middle and later growth stages, and finally, through the exit stage via mergers & acquisitions or an initial public offering.

KickBack: The Global Anticorruption Podcast

KickBack: The Global Anticorruption Podcast: Professor Matthew Stephenson teams up with members of the Interdisciplinary Anti-Corruption Research Network to conduct in-depth interviews with a wide range of corruption experts.

Lawfare

Lawfare: Professor Jack Goldsmith frequently participates in this joint production between the Lawfare staff and the Brookings Institution. Episodes include interviews with policymakers, scholars, journalists, and analysts; events and panel discussions.

NAPABA Coffee House

NAPABA Coffee House: Conversations with leading General Counsels of Fortune 1000 companies. Presented by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) in collaboration with the HLS Center on the Legal Profession. Produced by Genevieve Antono ’22 as her CLP Student Fellowship Project. Hosted by Lawrence Tu ’81.

Navigating Law School Admissions with Miriam & Kristi: Miriam Ingber (Associate Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid at Yale Law School) and Kristi Jobson ’12 (Assistant Dean for Admissions at Harvard Law School) provide candid, accurate, and straightforward advice about law school admissions.

Taking Liberties

Taking Liberties: Presented by the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, this podcast explores the most pressing civil rights and civil liberties issues of the day.

Thanks for Listening

Thanks for Listening: The Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program spotlights efforts to bridge the political divide in the U.S. through dialogue and collaborative processes.