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D.C. Bar Communities (formerly Sections)


Communities Podcast Network

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Brief EncountersLet's Brief ItThe Tea on Internatioanal Arbitration

 

The D.C. Bar Communities Podcast Network is produced by the D.C. Bar Communities Office and currently includes three channels:
Brief Encounters, Let's Brief It, and The Tea On International Arbitration.

Our listeners span 28 countries and 30 states plus the District of Columbia! Listen and subscribe at the links below.
You can also look us up on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you like to listen.

 

Brief Encounters

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Brief Encounters gives exclusive interviews with program speakers to give sneak peeks into upcoming programming and On-Demand content. Listen in and stay up-to-date with what's happening within D.C. Bar Communities! Season One has ended, but new episodes will resume on September 16, 2020. Episodes are released every other Wednesday. For more information or to express interest in contributing, email Jess Harris, SR Web and Events Assistant, at [email protected].

Appearances by:
A. Scott Bolden, Esq., De'Ana Dow, Esq., and Robin Nunn, Esq.
Christopher Healey, Esq., Valerie Mirko, Esq., and Christine Schleppegrell, Esq.
Women Interested in Leaving (big) Law (WILL)
D.C. Superior Court Judges Russell. F. Canan, Gregory E. Mize, and Frederick H. Weisberg
MGC Coaching
Michelle Bercovici, Esq. and Alison Davis, Esq.
AFS Financial Group
Brian Malkin, Esq., Sara Koblitz, Esq., and Taneashia Morrell, Esq.
Geoffrey Goodale, Esq. and Tatiana Sullivan, Esq.

To listen and subscribe, click here or visit anchor.fm/DCBar

 




Let's Brief It: A Podcast by the D.C. Bar Law Student Community

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Recipient of the 2020 Frederick B. Abramson Award and hosted by members of the D.C. Bar Law Student Community, each episode of Let's Brief It contains interviews with local attorneys and focuses on a different area of the law. Season One has ended, but new episodes will resume on October 23, 2020. Episodes are released every other Friday. For more information or to express interest in contributing, click here or contact Brittany Sims Nwankwoala, Staff Attorney, Member & Policy, at [email protected].

Hosted by:
Melody Alemansour, Georgetown University Law Center, Class of 2020
Alexis Byrd, UDC David A. Clarke School of Law, Class of 2021
Elena Hoffman, George Washington University Law School, Class of 2022
Renata Mitchell, George Washington University Law School, Class of 2021

To listen and subscribe, click here or visit anchor.fm/DCLSC

 



The Tea on International Arbitration

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Produced by the D.C. Bar International Law Community, The Tea on International Arbitration aims to provide bite-size information regarding international arbitration topics of interest. Episodes are released every other Monday. For more information or to express interest in contributing, contact Jess Harris, SR Web and Events Assistant, at [email protected].

Hosted by:
Gaela Gehring Flores, Esq.
Nicole Silver, Esq.

To listen and subscribe, click here or visit anchor.fm/DCBarTea