It has even set up a ‘podcast recording studio’ in the SCCBA offices. SCCBA Executive Director Christine Burdick writes that she first had the idea back in November, but it took a bit to get everything in place. ‘The easiest part,’ she says, ‘was recording the podcast.’
An e-mail sent to SCCBA members yesterday announcing the new benefit quotes my article, wherein I write that lawyers ‘may someday soon get [CLE] through podcasting.’ To that, the e-mail adds, ‘CLE podcasts as ‘someday soon’ is NOW for SCCBA members.
Ambrogi had written an article earlier this spring for Law Technology News, Podcasting: CLE’s New Wave? He predicted that podcasting may just be the next big thing in CLE. Bob is a bright guy who was right on the money here.
For those not getting RSS feeds from Ambrogi’s blog, aptly named Robert Ambrogi’s LawSites, you are missing out on some good stuff. Bob is a Massachusetts lawyer and vice president for editorial services at the legal consulting firm Jaffe Associates. A journalist and writer, he is author of the book, The Essential Guide to the Best (and Worst) Legal Sites on the Web. He also writes the blog Media Law.