Dear Mr. Wehneman,
Your podcasts on Contracts, Civil Procedure, and Torts were very helpful to me during the past year. I would like to make a $$ contribution but cannot find the “tip jar” that you have frequently mentioned.
Also, your podcasts on Criminal law ended after just 25 episodes; any plans to finish? And there are no podcasts on eviedence; is anyone planning any?
Anyway, you are doing a wonderful thing with LOALS, and I wish you continued success.
Thank you for the kind words, and I’m glad that the episodes are helpful to you.
As to my future plans, I intend to continue LoaLS. However, I’ve spent the past academic year out of law school acquiring in-state tuition in Indiana. (I moved here from Ohio to get married.)
As to the tip jar, it appears to have disappeared during the redesign, and I never got around to putting it back up. I intentionally let LoaLS get back-burnered the past few months (really long story on that, call me if you want it). However, things will be heating up around August 1st as I transition back to law school full-time.
on 27 Aug 2007 at 6:31 am adthern
I wish you luck in your continuation of law school and in the hopes that your continuing will help me…lol…
I am anxiously awaiting (read..sitting on hot coals) acceptance to Law school…
I have found your podcasts very informative and hopefully they will make my contracts class go easier having a foundation to build on.
I look forward to more podcasts and more insight..
on 16 Sep 2007 at 4:43 pm rthapliya
Hi Neil - Your podcasts are great and very helpful. I appreciate the time you take to record them. Thanks!
on 16 Oct 2007 at 3:23 pm andrewallan
This may seem like a petty question, and if so I apologize. However, I am in the process of choosing a law school, and I am perplexed as to my choices. I am thirty-two, married and have three children, relocating to attend law school is not an option; although, relocation after law school is something we are looking forward to.
There are three schools within driving distance, Notre Dame, IUPUI, and Valparaiso.
My question: Are ones chances of gaining employment increased by attending a law school such as Notre Dame or would oneâ€™s chances be just as good by attending a tier four law school, and graduating at or near the top of the class?
If I may, what your likes and dislikes about IUPUI, are there plenty of opportunities nationally for a graduate of IUPUI?
Thank you for taking the time to answer my question.
There isn’t currently a forum or organized way for you to post a question such as that here at LoaLS. Sorry, but I just haven’t had the time to cultivate something like that recently. However, if you want to email or call me with a specific question, I’ll see what I can do to help you out.
on 07 Dec 2007 at 8:40 pm Law Student 4
I think your podcasts are great! The time you and the people you work with put into them is very much appreciated. The episodes are short, enjoyable to listen to and they hit the high points. You’re good at explaining concepts and breaking them down, you’re the TA I never had! I know after the first year activities tend to eat up all your time… but I’m hoping for episodes on upper-level courses! Thanks for all the episodes you’ve already done!
on 21 Jul 2008 at 11:54 am lesbianlawyer2b
The podcasts are excellent preparation for law school. I have listened to the Intros for Contracts and Civil Procedure as well as Law School Orientation. I will be a 1L in the part-time evening program at Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, MI this coming August and would love to contribute to this effort from a part-time student perspective. When I am not in class, I will be working weekends as a Respiratory Therapist. Thanks to you and your staff for making this information available to law students all over the country and I hope I can help in some way if needed.
Kimberly M. Adams
Wayne State University Law School Class of 2012