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Create and Host Your Own Podcast!

The D.C. Bar Law Student Community is seeking creative and engaged individuals to produce a podcast for law students, by law students*. Work with professional staff to write, host, and film a multi-episode season surrounding important issues within various practice areas. Meet and interview special guest speakers and engage with practicing attorneys. Enhance your written and oral presentation skills while creating something law students and lawyers from across the country can enjoy.   

Interest Applications for Season Two are now closed.

For more information or to express interest in contributing to Let's Brief It, a recipient of the 2020 Frederick B. Abramson Award, contact Brittany Sims Nwankwoala, Staff Attorney, Member & Policy, at [email protected].

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

Let's Brief It

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Season One Hosted By:

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

To learn about the other channels in the D.C. Bar Communities Podcast Network, click here.

*You must be a member of the Law Student Community to participate. To learn more and join the community, click here.

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