New England Law Review On Remand  Podcast

Welcome to the New England Law Review On Remand ’s Podcast. The Podcast features forthcoming authors—both professionals and students—to be featured in On Remand and our print publication, New England Law | Boston professors discussing their scholarship, as well interviews with symposia guests.

The interviews are conducted and edited by New England Law Review editors. Whether a listener is a student, professor, or practitioner, there’s certain to be something of interest in the Podcast for everyone.

Visit our Podomatic profile page to cycle through all of our episodes, or use the media player located on this website, along the right-side column. Or, download episodes from our iTunes page, and be sure to leave a review.

Below, you can listen to our latest podcast featuring New England Law | Boston Professor Paul Teich, joined us to discuss his recent Article published in On Remand: The Near-Term Employment Prospects of American Law School Graduates. Professor Teich has studied this topic in depth, and has compiled various data available including graduation rates, retention rates, and employment rates of new graduates. An analysis of this data, according to Professor Teich, will actually lead to a shortage of law school graduates who can fill the average jobs available each year. This conclusion is in stark contradiction of the mainstream media’s reporting of the unavailability of jobs in the legal market. Additionally, Professor Teich breaks down how he analyzed the data to make this conclusion. If you are a law student or newly graduated law student, or interested in the job market for legal employment, this Podcast will shed light on the empirical data available to explain that job prospects are looking better.

 

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