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Best Allison Sullivan podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Allison Sullivan podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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The Door Monster crew shares unpopular opinions on writing and visual storytelling through the lens of superhero films while trying to keep a positive outlook on all of them.
 
Mere Mortals Unite provides skills and techniques so you can discover your superpowers. The result is an increase in success and joy in your life and the lives of those that surround you. You don’t have to be a celebrity to possess these superpowers, but you do have to find them. Mere Mortals will take you from ordinary to extraordinary, from mere mortal to super hero. Together we’ll find simple solutions that create big results. Let’s change the world one person at a time, starting with you!
 
We spend most of our time working, so what does it take to (mainly) love what you do? How do even the most gifted, talented, intelligent, ambitious, disciplined, imaginative, inventive, and lucky people develop their point of view, find meaning, serve a greater good, deal with work place politics, rejection, finances, boredom, red tape, logistics, and creative roadblocks? What are the perks or enjoyable about forging your own path? Catie Lazarus and her guests delve into beauty, banality and ...
 
People leave managers, not companies. The Building Better Managers podcast provides interviews with leadership professionals on topics including leadership development, leadership coaching, leadership training, productivity, employee retention, communication, culture, and accountability. People come to work every day with a whole host of personal and professional challenges. How can you help create a highly productive workplace where people are engaged, involved, and constantly learning? Joi ...
 
The premier provider of podcasts for attorneys and legal professionals. Over 15 shows on varied topics highlight important issues, current events, technology and the future of law. Legal Talk Network's shows are hosted by leading industry professionals and feature high profile guests.
 
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When it comes to litigation, law schools generally funnel students into larger, defense-oriented firms. These firms offer steady paychecks -- all the better to pay your monthly debt bill, my dear -- and a tried and true path. But there is another side to the "v" and it often involves better opportunities and more rewarding work. Joe and Elie chat w…
 
Every online marketer out there presents themself as an expert, but not all truly give their clients the ROI they should. What should your law firm be looking for in a marketing agency? How can you make sure you’re not going to get stuck in a bad relationship? Jared Correia talks with Stuart Wilhoite about the key indicators of both good and bad ma…
 
Your Sales Enablement program starts with things like collateral, presentations and training. But great sales leaders know how to coach the behaviors that get results. Feedback, accountability, and psychological safety keep your Top Performers performing. Visit: BetterManager for show notes and available downloads © 2020 BetterManager…
 
Each year on the Kennedy-Mighell Report, Dennis and Tom enjoy taking the time to consider new personal goals focused on technology and podcasting. Legal tech is constantly evolving, and staying ahead of trends takes a concerted effort! Dennis and Tom offer their perspectives on how to approach the development of resolutions and offer tips for effec…
 
Are branded phone numbers still a thing? Even though much of our world conducts business solely online, in the business of law, many clients still want to hear a human voice when seeking counsel. Paul Faust, president of RingBoost, explains how branded phone numbers are an affordable and effective way to connect the people in your community to your…
 
Today’s consumers want services faster than ever, and the traditional legal service delivery model is no longer appealing to many in need of legal help. Erin Levine saw the need for her family law clients to have access to a simple, DIY approach to divorce that would save time and money and thus her successful platform, Hello Divorce, was born. The…
 
Annie Grace has helped over a hundred thousand people answer a simple question: “Would my life be better if I were drinking less?” (If you’re asking yourself that question, it probably would be.) She explains how to think about your relationship with alcohol and why moderation is harder than just drinking or not drinking. Plus, good manners for dri…
 
The Un-Billable Hour welcomes Jack Newton, co-founder of Clio and author of the book The Client-Centered Law Firm: How to Succeed in an Experience-Driven World, to discuss what he’s learned over the last ten years about what separates successful law firms from the rest; what a “client-centered law firm” means and why it isn’t putting your client fi…
 
Legal academic publishing isn't synonymous with innovation. The mere mention of it can, for some, bring up repressed memories of the most banal and stuffy aspects of law school. But the Massachusetts Institute of Technology wants to change that. In spring 2019, MIT announced the MIT Computational Law Report. In this new episode of the Legal Rebels …
 
Gethin Nadin is the Director of Employee Wellbeing at Benefex. They believe that everyone deserves an exceptional experience at work, every day and they build workplace technology that makes this happen. They are the producer of OneHub which is an award-winning employee benefit, reward, recognition and communications platform. We are going to be ta…
 
More and more firms are adopting a non-equity partner tier, delaying equity consideration while extracting maximum value from high billing but relatively lowly paid senior attorneys tied to the job by the dangling hope of a future promotion that may never arrive. Special thanks to our sponsor, Logikcull.…
 
Does privacy still matter? And if so, how do we protect it in the Digital Age? In this episode, Glenn Greenwald—the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist, constitutional lawyer, commentator, and best-selling author who brought the Edward Snowden case to the public—joins us for a can’t-miss discussion on privacy, and why it’s more importan…
 
At the top of the New Year, President Trump ordered an airstrike killing Iranian Commander Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran's elite Quds military force. President Trump justified the action by citing Soleimani's decades long tension with the U.S., threats directed towards Americans, and the killing of an American contractor near the Iraqi city of…
 
In this edition of the ABA Law Student Podcast, new co-host Meg Steenburgh welcomes US Senator Dan Sullivan for an in-depth discussion of his career. He shares highlights from his time in law school, his legal practice, and his service as a US Marine, and discusses the impacts his legal and military backgrounds have had on his experience in the Sen…
 
In learning about his own ADHD, Marshall Lichty realized that he’s not alone. Many lawyers struggle with untreated ADHD, but it can also be harnessed like a super power. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! Thanks to Smith.ai, Back Office Betties, TextExpand…
 
Law Technology Now host Ralph Baxter sits down with Professor Richard Susskind OBE, one of the foremost experts and advocates for the implementation of technology with legal services delivery. They discuss Richard’s latest book, Online Courts and the Future of Justice, the limited or nonexistent access to justice problem for most of the world, and …
 
With the 2010s wrapping up, Joe and Kathryn focus on all the law firms we've lost over the last decade. Industry pressures, bad strategies, and fraud allegations managed to put several former mainstays to rest over the last 10 years. What lessons can we take from the demise of these once-proud firms? Where is this whole profession heading? Will thi…
 
When considering our New Year’s resolutions, we all want to be more resourceful with our time, especially with our workdays. We don’t realize how much time meetings can take up if they are conducted in an inefficient manner. Author and lawyer Donald Tortorice has offered a solution with his new book, The Modern Rules of Order. The fifth edition sha…
 
Shep Hyken is the CAO (Chief Amazement Officer) of Shepard Presentations. As a customer service and experience expert and keynote speaker, Shep works with companies who want to build loyal relationships with their customers and employees. His focus is on delivering amazing customer service, customer engagement, managing the customer experience and …
 
Attorney Florina Altshiler from the law firm of Russo & Toner discusses the impact of the Child Victim Act on claims in New York and what insurance carriers should be aware of. Special thanks to our sponsor, AM Best Company, Best’s Insurance Professional Resources, including Qualified Member attorneys, adjusters and expert service providers.…
 
When it comes to selling property or a business, buyers and sellers are always looking for an easy transaction, on top of saving money. On this episode of Ringler Radio, host, Larry Cohen and guest and Ringler colleague, Phillip Krause discuss structured installment sales. Larry and Phil discuss the benefits and advantages of going with a structure…
 
The Kennedy-Mighell Report hosts Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell present their annual recap show in three segments inspired by ESPN’s podcast “Pardon the Interruption”: Toss Up, What’s the Word, and Buzzword Bingo. Joined by returning guest Debbie Foster, they cover a wealth of subjects including the impacts of growing investment in legal tech, the …
 
Lawyerist Lab member Jennifer Longtin let us record a portion of a recent coaching call with Stephanie Everrett, so this week you get to eavesdrop on that conversation and learn the strategy they developed to help Jennifer take charge of her firm finances! If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get th…
 
Welcome to 2020. It is a new year and you are probably filled with personal and professional goals. Unfortunately, some research has shown that less than 25% of you will keep your personal resolutions past 30 days and only 8% of you will keep them over time. Of course, in business, this would spell disaster. But it is still a struggle, mainly becau…
 
To close out the year, Joe runs down the top 10 stories of the year at Above the Law. Are there key insights or interesting trends to be gained from reviewing the site’s traffic figures? Probably not, but here we are. Special thanks to our sponsor, Logikcull.
 
When you think about all the women and people of color who leave large law firms before making partner, that adds up quickly, says Ripa Rashid, managing director of Culture at Work in New York City. But there are ways to keep diverse lawyers at their firms, she says. In this new episode of the ABA Journal’s Asked and Answered podcast, Ripa talks wi…
 
Nathan Hightower explains Culture Index, a scientific approach to the “right people, right seats” concept, and why too much distance between your core traits and the behaviors required to do your job well might be hurting you and your law firm. To get an idea of what a Culture Index graph might look like so you can picture it as Nathan refers to it…
 
Today I’m highlighting the importance of disengagement and how it can heighten your ability of resilience. This episode is not about you being disengaged from the work you do. On the contrary, the type of disengagement I’m going to talk about will actually raise your engagement in everything that you do. It may seem contradictory, but listen throug…
 
Lawyers aren’t known for their marketing savvy, but Sam Mollaei may be the exception. He set out from law school with the goal of building a virtual law firm that would allow him to work from anywhere he chose, and his marketing strategies have allowed him to do just that. Sam talks with host Jared Correia about the importance of building online tr…
 
The president of the United States was impeached for only the third time in history. Let the obscure legal theorizing begin! Joe and Elie break down the curious argument that the House doesn’t even need to hand over the articles. Special thanks to our sponsor, Logikcull.
 
In her first episode as co-host of the Paralegal Voice, Jill Francisco welcomes Chris Jennison to discuss the latest hot topics in the paralegal profession. Don’t worry, Carl Morrison isn’t going anywhere! Carl and Jill will share hosting responsibilities and continue bringing top-notch content tailored to paralegals. In today’s episode, Jill talks…
 
Divorce can be a grueling process for couples. The days of standing in front of a judge are becoming less common. Instead mediation has become one of the most frequently used methods of negotiating a divorce settlement. On today’s Lawyer 2 Lawyer, host Craig Williams is joined by attorney Kelly Chang Rickert, founder of the Law and Mediation Office…
 
ABA TECHSHOW 2020 is right around the corner! Digital Edge hosts Jim Calloway and Sharon Nelson talk with the conference’s co-chairs, Heidi Alexander and Catherine Sanders Reach, about what attendees have to look forward to at the upcoming TECHSHOW. They delve into the variety of topics the conference will focus on: new takes on well-being, practic…
 
Digital Detectives Sharon Nelson and John Simek welcome Mary Mack and Kaylee Walstad to discuss the current happenings at the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM). Mary and Kaylee recently acquired the EDRM from the Bolch Judicial Institute at Duke Law School and will continue to collaborate closely with Duke as they move forward. They discu…
 
A lawyer only has so much time in the day and that time is best used in the service of clients, so why are lawyers instead stuck devoting so much time to marketing? Automation of marketing campaigns can lighten the load. Gyi Tsakalakis and Kelly Street talk with digital marketing expert Casey Cheshire about his three-pronged approach–capture, nurtu…
 
Most legal professionals either don’t know or don’t care about how to optimize their LinkedIn account. And why should they? Does LinkedIn bring value to users in the legal space? A new book by Allison Shields and Dennis Kennedy, “Make LinkedIn Work for You: A Practical Handbook for Lawyers and Other Legal Professionals,” shows the benefits of imple…
 
Dan Pink suggests that your legal work probably isn’t as valuable in the afternoons—the “trough” of your day. (For similar reasons, he avoids afternoon doctor appointments and thinks you should, too.) In this episode Dan discusses the science of timing and productivity, the subject of his latest book, When, and also compensation and motivation, the…
 
Host Dan Linna welcomes Dan Rodriguez to the team as the newest co-host of the Law Technology Now podcast. They discuss Dan Rodriguez’s work within the legal education sphere, including his drive towards innovation and his efforts to facilitate connections between legal education and the broader legal community before turning the conversation more …
 
Incarceration is the primary form of criminal punishment in the US today, and approximately 80,000 American prisoners are in some form of solitary confinement. What exactly does this look like in our prison system, and what are the effects of solitary confinement on individuals? Does this type of treatment violate prisoners’ constitutional rights? …
 
Last time on the State Bar of Michigan’s On Balance podcast, Tish Vincent and JoAnn Hathaway talked with Barron Henley about new rules coming January 1, 2020 related to Michigan’s adoption of the ethical duty of technology competence. Following up on that conversation, Barron offers insights on lawyers’ ethical responsibilities for data security. H…
 
If you're traveling this holiday season–or just enjoying some end-of-year downtime–you might be in need of some good book recommendations. With that in mind, in this episode of the Modern Law Library, the ABA Journal's Lee Rawles brings you a glimpse at what we've been reading around the ABA offices. Staff recommendations run the gamut from romance…
 
Allison Pickens, COO at Gainsight, is an internationally known thought leader on driving subscription revenue growth and scaling teams. As the Chief Operating Officer, Allison is focused on generating excellence in company-wide strategy and execution, as well as new corporate development opportunities and evangelism. Allison was named one of Fortun…
 
Workers who have suffered an injury on the job are stressed and dealing with uncertainty about how to navigate their workers’ compensation system. Many injured workers handle their claims without a lawyer, but even if a case seems simple, consulting an experienced attorney can help ensure a better outcome. Workers’ Comp Matters host Alan Pierce tal…
 
Career growth opportunities, job security and collaboration are top work-related priorities for Gen Z. By 2025, they are expected to comprise roughly 30 percent of the workforce. Understanding Gen Z's unique perspectives and career expectations is essential if you want to successfully recruit, manage and retain these professionals in the legal work…
 
Going solo may sound stressful, but it’s exciting! Having the freedom to live according to personal ideals and being creative with the building of a business is both satisfying and rewarding for many solo attorneys. Philip Mauriello was bitten by the entrepreneurial bug while working in the restaurant business, and after entering law school, he kne…
 
In honor of the holiday season, Legal Toolkit is experiencing its own Festivus miracle. For this extra special bonus episode, Legal Toolkit host Jared Correia takes to the stage (or, more accurately, the bench) and sits in judgment over a live recorded, Festivus themed episode. Prepare yourself for the ceremonial jurisprudential feats of strength, …
 
It's bonus season in Biglaw, and the major firms are slowly but surely rolling out their bonus announcements and telling associates what they'll be getting in their stockings this year. But Elie sees a bit of a Scrooge in the early first move and slow matching cycle. What's going on with the legal market and are we really looking at a recession in …
 
Amanda Buenger and I sit down to talk about sex trafficking. As the Executive Director of Unbound Bryan/ College Station which leads the nation in serving victims of sex trafficking, Amanda educates, explains, myth busts, shares her personal journey and empowers us to fight back against this prevalent evil.…
 
Why are millennials leaving their careers in law? Generational differences and breakdowns in communication often broaden the disconnect between the career goals of millennials and the traditional legal practice models of law firms. Florida Bar podcast host Christine Bilbrey talks with consultant JP Box about the millennial mindset and his recommend…
 
With 2019 rapidly coming to a close, State Bar of Texas host Rocky Dhir takes a moment to review the latest changes in the legal landscape. It may not exactly be Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, but Rocky is in fact visited by three guests explaining big cases and other developments from the past year, highlighting issues lawyers should be aware of toda…
 
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