You can't throw a Bluebook without hitting a legal podcast, these days. Of course, there's "Serial," last year's breakout hit that explored the murder of Hae Min Lee, earning more than 5 million downloads on iTunes. (Let's not talk about the disappointing second season.) And there's also "More Perfect," an attempt to recapture the "Serial" magic by telling the tales behind some of the Supreme Court's most famous decisions.
But it's not just NPR spin-offs that are proliferating. Plenty of BigLaw firms are jumping on the bandwagon as well.