Every law school records for posterity faculty conferences, workshops and long-winded lectures from visiting scholars, but few campus officials approach the task quite like professor James G. Milles, associate dean for information services and director of the law library at the University at Buffalo Law School in New York.

Who but a podcaster, his colleagues note of Milles’ special passion, would think to plop down a passel of professors for dinner, drinks and discourse at a Buffalo bo�te — along with himself as “the interested friend” and occasional interviewer with his trusty M-Audio Microtrack, an uncomplicated bit of gear about the size of a cigarette pack.

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