True crime podcasts have been mentioned on this blog before (twice), because many law students and law librarians are listeners, and Dean Miller is a podcaster.
But are there legal-themed podcasts that are jurisdiction-specific to South Carolina? Tune in to find out. (Or just scroll down.)
Matt Hiers of OTS Broadcasting and Danielle Myers with the State Law Enforcement Division collaborate on a true crime podcast in which every crime occurred in South Carolina.
City Quick Connect Podcast
Staff of the Municipal Association of South Carolina provide legislative updates when the South Carolina General Assembly is in session. Other episodes relate to municipal law or innovative ideas from South Carolina cities and towns.
Direct Examination: A South Carolina Lawyer Podcast
Family lawyer Amber Fulmer, criminal defense lawyer Dayne Phillips, and in-house counsel Joseph Bias interview various lawyers, judges, and law professors about current events of interest to the South Carolina legal community.
The Legal Bench
Lawyers from the defense firm Collins & Lacy talk with leaders from the transportation, hospitality, and other industries about current legal issues affecting those industries.
South Carolina Supreme Court Historical Society Podcast
The Historical Society and the SC Bar Foundation post interviews with highly respected lawyers and judges from the Palmetto State, including UofSC Law Library’s own Sarah Leverette.
Taking the Pulse
Matthew Roberts and Darra James Coleman of South Carolina law firm Nexsen Pruet, and Heather Matthews of NP Strategy, interview health care leaders in South Carolina about issues affecting their industry.
Keeping up with relevant podcasts can help law students get a feel for the issues and personalities they’ll get to encounter when practicing in a given area of law in South Carolina.
Let your law librarians know if there are more legal-themed, South-Carolina-specific podcasts you enjoy or find helpful! email@example.com