Have a Question for Us to Answer of the Next Episode of The Kennedy-Mighell Report Podcast?

We’ll be recording the next episode of The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast on Friday, May 8.
Our new format has a segment where we answer a few questions from our audience. Of course, that means we need to have some questions to answer.
The working title of our next episode is The Kindle DX, the iPad, and Legal Pad 2.0. With the announcement of the new Kindle DX and another round of rumors about an Apple ebook reader, we take a look at the possible impact of these devices on the lega profession. Will ebook readers and other devices be game-changers for law school and the practice of law?
We’d welcome audience questions on (1) something to do with main topic or (2) a legal tech issue in general.
You can email me your questions at denniskennedyblog @ gmail.com or leave a comment on this post send a Twitter message to @denniskennedy, @tommighell or @legaltalk. You can also get information on listening to a live stream of the recording at LegalTalkNetwork.com..
Give the podcast a listen and let me know what you think.
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  1. says

    Mr. Kennedy:
    Thanks for the podcast. I download it each week. As I posted in a comment on 22 April, 2009, I am working with colleagues on preparing a CLE program regarding Specifically, we are working on a segment dedicated to the ethics issues surrounding social media in regard to the following areas:
    1) Advertising and Marketing, generally,
    2) Communication with potential clients,
    3) Communication with retained clients,
    4) Communication (with individuals (parties or witnesses) with counsel or who work for entities with counsel,
    5) Investigation of facts and/or witnesses, and
    5) Confidentiality, generally.
    We would appreciate any links, articles, contacts, or other resources you or Tom could suggest on the issue. We will also be happy to share a copy of our presentation with you once it is finished.
    Please reply at [email protected] or we’ll look forward to the answers on an upcoming podcast.
    Michael Odell Walker
    Kentucky Attorney