Welcome

to Law Talk Colorado

Tune in as professional news anchors interview legal experts — attorneys, judges, law enforcement, legislators, policy makers — about our state and local laws.

A Podcast Media Network

Listen to Law Talk Colorado programs from our Podcasts page or subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, and more. As a 501c3 nonprofit media organization in keeping with our mission to engage public awareness of state and local laws, Law Talk Colorado informational podcast programs are searchable and free to the public.

We’re excited to be part of the new media evolution, bringing direct-to-source legal information to the public — now and for the future.

Listen

Podcasts, as a medium, are ideally suited for the rapidly changing news landscape. 49% of podcast listening is in the home, 22% in the car — and growing. Law Talk Global Network of podcasts is positioned to meet the growing need for public education of our laws at the grassroots level, where we live.

Engage

Each podcast show has accompanying notes with links to resources for listeners who want more information on specific legal topics. Details about each podcast episode can be found on our Show Notes page. As a 501c3 nonprofit organization with programming free to the public, Law Talk Colorado is supported through the generosity of talent, volunteers, donors, program sponsors, and grantors.

Network

Based in Colorado, Law Talk Global is a national 501c3 nonprofit media network of podcasts and websites covering important legal issues — by state — for the public. Law Talk Colorado programs provide general information only, which means an attorney should be contacted for advice on specific legal issues.

Why Law Talk Colorado?


Critical need for public education

There are an estimated 40-60 million laws in the United States that citizens are expected to navigate and abide by in our “life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness.” And while “ignorance of the law is no excuse,” we can’t all be lawyers.

Misinformation abounds on social media while mainstream news media continue to fracture into partisan and demographic war machines. State Departments of Education are implementing social media literacy programs in a futile attempt to stem the tidal wave of targeted propaganda and misinformation.

98% of civil cases filed in Colorado county courts do not have legal representation. And that’s only one area of the law. The need for public education of the laws is critical.

Solution for Colorado’s citizen stakeholders?

Law Talk Colorado, a Law Talk Global Network brand.

Welcome to the new local media movement

Law Talk Colorado, a Law Talk Global Network brand


* Contents of this website provide general information only and are not intended to provide legal advice or opinions. An attorney should be contacted for advice on specific legal issues.

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