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Lawyer 2 Lawyer is an award-winning podcast covering relevant, contemporary news from a legal perspective. Hosts Bob Ambrogi and J. Craig Williams invite industry professionals to examine current events and recent rulings in discussions that raise contemplative questions for those involved in the legal industry. Launched in 2005, Lawyer 2 Lawyer is one of the longest-running podcasts on the Internet. Williams is the founding partner of The Williams Law Corporation and he specializes in civil ...
 
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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LawNext
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LawNext is a weekly podcast hosted by Bob Ambrogi, who is internationally known for his writing and speaking on legal technology and innovation. Each week, Bob interviews the innovators and entrepreneurs who are driving what’s next in the legal industry. From legal technology startups to new law firm business models to enhancing access to justice, Bob and his guests explore the future of law and legal practice.
 
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Lawyerist Podcast
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A weekly podcast about lawyering and law practice hosted by Sam Glover and Aaron Street. Their conversations with successful lawyers and interesting people cover innovative business models, legal technology, marketing, ethics, starting a law firm, and whenever possible, robots.
 
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In this episode with Bob Ambrogi, we talk about the state of legal blogging and podcasting in 2019 and whether or not blogging and podcasting can still be influential. Bob also shares advice for new legal bloggers and podcasters.
 
In this episode with Bob Ambrogi, we talk about the state of legal blogging and podcasting in 2019 and whether or not blogging and podcasting can still be influential. Bob also shares advice for new legal bloggers and podcasters.By Legal Talk Network.
 
Making the move into solo practice may seem intimidating, but for some, the transition brings freedom that makes it worth the risk. In this episode of New Solo, host Adriana Linares talks to David Leatherberry about how his work in a niche area of healthcare law led him to start his solo firm. They discuss David’s background in the legal indust ...…
 
What does it look like to be a daily provider of access to justice? In this On The Road episode from Elevate 2019, host Jared Correia talks to attorneys Ben Farrow, Joy Webb, and Kevin Almeroth about their experiences working in LegalShield provider firms. They discuss what it means to be a LegalShield firm–each specifically highlighting the ad ...…
 
Undoubtedly, no lawyer wants a client to be dissatisfied with their legal services, but innovative thinkers see this all too common scenario as an opportunity for growth. From Elevate 2019 in Denver, On The Road host Keri Norris talks to Jack Newton, Mary Juetten, and Patrick Palace about their insights into how data, processes, and KPIs can he ...…
 
Cannabis laws and regulations are changing on a daily basis. Tune in for a survey of the legal trends in the industry. From Elevate 2019 in Denver, CO, host Vince Imhoff talks to a panel of guests about cannabis law. Their discussion begins with a review of the varying laws and regulations around the country and then focuses in on matters relat ...…
 
Most lawyers are driven to the practice of law by their desire to help people, but approximately 80% of people can’t afford typical legal fees. LegalShield works to close that gap through their network–connecting people with legal professionals at an affordable cost. In this On The Road report, host Keri Norris talks to Jeff Bell and Mike Turpe ...…
 
From Elevate 2019 by LegalShield in Denver, CO, On The Road host Keri Norris talks to Glen Mulready about his service as insurance commissioner in Oklahoma. They discuss his background, what led him to pursue public office, and the recent severe weather events that have affected Oklahomans. As insurance commissioner, Glen works to educate Oklah ...…
 
Rather than relying on one prep course for the Law School Admission Test, Haley Taylor Schlitz, a 16-year-old recent college graduate, took three within a five-month period. She was accepted at nine law schools and says having study organization plans, coupled with finding her true self as a homeschooler, helped lead to her success. In this epi ...…
 
In recent months, there has been a rise in abortion legislation within the United States. Notably, Alabama and Georgia have passed pro-life laws like the “hearbeat bill”, while conversly, New York and Vermont have passed pro-choice legislation like the The Reproductive Health Act. On Lawyer 2 Lawyer, guest host Laurence Colletti is joined by Am ...…
 
In recent months, there has been a rise in abortion legislation within the United States. Notably, Alabama and Georgia have passed pro-life laws like the “hearbeat bill”, while conversly, New York and Vermont have passed pro-choice legislation like the The Reproductive Health Act. On Lawyer 2 Lawyer, guest host Laurence Colletti is joined by Am ...…
 
Smaller firms and solo practitioners may think big companies like Keller Williams Realty are out of their reach, but these companies are more eager for their help than they realize. State Bar of Texas Podcast host Rocky Dhir sits down with Keller Williams Realty President Josh Team in front of a live audience at the State Bar of Texas Annual Me ...…
 
Taking a break from your busy life of lawyering? Get ready to relax with some beach read recommendations from Dennis and Tom! In this edition of the Kennedy-Mighell Report, listeners hear Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell’s top picks for their summer reading lists. They discuss their thoughts on how reading is changing and ponder whether the mode ...…
 
Gyi and Kelly are joined by Rebecca Harding of Saltwhistle, a business development, marketing and communications consultancy based in the UK. They discuss how to connect better with clients on a human level, how firms can address the generational divide on digital literacy, and the most common problems Rebecca’s seen in law firm marketing. Rebe ...…
 
We are all well-aware of the mental health crisis in the legal profession, but how much do you know about the work being done to improve attorney well-being? In this episode from The Florida Bar Podcast, hosts Christine Bilbrey and Karla Eckardt talk to Anne Brafford about her shift from big law to the study of positive organizational psycholog ...…
 
Are you slipping on keeping up with your clients and meeting important deadlines? For many lawyers, they use paralegals and legal assistants to help them practice law with superior organization and efficiency. In this Legal Toolkit, Jared Correia hosts Keith Shannon in a discussion about the importance of paralegals and legal assistants in the ...…
 
When it comes to sports, the legal landscape is constantly evolving, and this episode’s guest knows that better than anyone. Jerry Reinsdorf, owner of the Chicago Bulls and the Chicago White Sox, has been a franchise owner for over 25 years and has seen his sports teams through a number of critical changes. The Northwestern Law alum joins host ...…
 
The good news for anyone aspiring to a life of crime is that you may be a multiple offender of federal criminal laws without even being aware of it. Mike Chase, a white-collar defense attorney, launched his popular Twitter account @CrimeADay in an attempt to begin counting how many federal crimes are on the books in the Unites States. Five year ...…
 
In this episode with Jan Glassman, we talk about her law firm business model, her flexible service options, and what challenges she has faced growing a law firm focused on social impact and innovation.By Legal Talk Network.
 
In this episode with Jan Glassman, we talk about her law firm business model, her flexible service options, and what challenges she has faced growing a law firm focused on social impact and innovation.
 
Joe and Kathryn have a freewheeling chat about legal news, which is a more professional way of saying they improvised for 30 minutes after Elie Mystal overslept and failed to show up for the scheduled recording. Above the Law is basically a late-stage rock band. But the pair carry on and discuss Alan Dershowitz bumbling through the early stages ...…
 
Host Rocky Dhir is joined by special guest co-host, Victor Flores, president of the Texas Young Lawyers Association, to interview State Bar of Texas president Randy Sorrels and Houston Bar Association president Benny Agosto, Jr. They cover some of the initiatives the new presidents will aim to accomplish during their tenure as well as why they’ ...…
 
Asha Rangappa, senior lecturer at Yale University and former FBI counterintelligence Special Agent, sees the rise and impact of disinformation in America as a symptom of an increase in tribalism within our society. She and host Rocky Dhir sit down at the State Bar’s 2019 Annual Meeting to discuss how we came to this point; how, if left unchecke ...…
 
As director of applied innovation at UC Hastings College of the Law, Alice Armitage oversees two innovation-focused projects at the law school: LexLab, a multifaceted innovation program for students, startups and the broader legal tech community; and Startup Legal Garage, a program offering free legal assistance to early-stage technology and bi ...…
 
At the State Bar of Texas’ 2019 Annual Meeting, host Laurence Colletti sits down with award winning American author Wil Haygood to hear about everything going on in his life and his writing. They take a journey down memory lane through the books he wrote, but dive deepest into Showdown, a book about famed lawyer and Supreme Court Justice, Thurg ...…
 
We hope you’re hungry because in this special edition, host Rocky Dhir sits down with the staffers from the State Bar of Texas for insider tips on the best spots to eat in Austin. They cover the top spots for asian comfort fusion food, classic burgers, next level tacos, and the best sweets you can find, like gourmet doughnuts and specialty choc ...…
 
Half of Americans perceive made-up news as a big problem for our country; fewer are as worried about the effects of racism. Tom Leatherbury and Ted Boutrous sit down with host Rocky Dhir following their panel at the State Bar’s 2019 Annual Meeting to discuss the legal ramifications of “fake news”, the factors leading to the overuse of the phras ...…
 
Hosts Sally Pretorius and Baili Rhodes sit down with Judge Audrey Moorehead of Dallas County Criminal Court #3 to share the lessons she’s learned over her years of practice on how to ‘Get Paid and Have a Life’. They cover how juggling bar service, networking, and a career can lead not only to more clients but better paying clients; how young la ...…
 
How can you ethically use a contract lawyer? Host Rocky Dhir talks to Penny Robe about what it means to be a contract lawyer at the State Bar of Texas’ 2019 Annual Meeting. The two discuss how her interest in law practice management inspired her to become a contract lawyer, how the ABA and Texas rules differ, and the appropriate steps to legall ...…
 
The US national debt today is about 22 trillion dollars and each day it continues to rise. Rocky Dhir hosting from the State Bar of Texas’ 2019 Annual Meeting, is joined by Larry Gibbs to talk about America’s national debt crisis. They discuss the difference between the national deficit and the national debt; how other countries, such as China, ...…
 
Kanye West draws a lot of attention, but maybe not enough from litigators. Rocky Dhir hosts a conversation at the State Bar of Texas’ 2019 Annual Meeting with Elliot Mayén and Brent Turman. Their discussion focuses on the attributes, lifestyle, and public persona of Kanye West. They talk about the strategies the rap artist uses, such as the way ...…
 
Hosts Rocky Dhir and Laurence Colletti are joined by New York Times Deputy General Counsel David McCraw at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the State Bar of Texas. Following his presentation on The Free Press Free-for-All: Rethinking the First Amendment in the Age of Twitter, David talks about how a campaign to delegitimize the press, an echo chamber ...…
 
Disconnects in lawyer/client communication often lead to unhappy clients or even the loss of their business. But the State Bar of Michigan: On Balance Podcast has good news—better relationships with clients can be achieved! Hosts Tish Vincent and JoAnn Hathaway talk to Dr. Noelle Nelson about her book, “Connecting with Your Client: Success Thro ...…
 
Judge Roy B. Ferguson, Judicial District Judge for the Texas 394th district, sees lawyers make mistakes, but three in particular have caught his attention. Judge Ferguson talks with host Rocky Dhir at the State Bar of Texas 2019 Annual Meeting about how lawyers can render a judgment void by mishandling citation by publication, default judgement ...…
 
Recording at the State Bar of Texas’ 2019 Annual Meeting, host Rocky Dhir sits down with panelists Lia S. Davis, senior litigation attorney at Disability Rights Texas, and Jake Monty, managing partner at Monty & Ramirez LLP fresh off the stage from their presentation Representing Diverse Clients: Issues of Culture, Disability, and Lifestyle. To ...…
 
Noah Zandan, CEO of Quantified Communications, joins host Laurence Colletti at the State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting 2019. They discuss how Noah’s frustration over the lack of data in measuring the effectiveness of communication led him to start a company that applies data and advanced AI to help communicators become more effective and engaging ...…
 
Sales minus expenses equals profit, right? Wrong! This formula may not be as correct as we thought. Small business profit guru Ron Saharyan joins Un-Billable Hour host Christopher Anderson to discuss how putting profit first helps lawyers be more focused on their clients’ needs. Ron explains the importance of setting aside money for profit, pay ...…
 
Mark Britton, who founded and sold the online attorney ratings site Avvo, is taking a break. This helps with creativity but does cause him some discomfort. After his years of making money from attorneys on his site, he has some business development advice for the profession—zero in on groups of people who might hire you and figure out how they ...…
 
In this episode with Rebecca Sandefur, we talk about why people rarely turn to lawyers or courts for assistance with their problems, how to properly educate civilians on obtaining legal help, and what role small and solo firm lawyers play in the solution.By Legal Talk Network.
 
In this episode with Rebecca Sandefur, we talk about why people rarely turn to lawyers or courts for assistance with their problems, how to properly educate civilians on obtaining legal help, and what role small and solo firm lawyers play in the solution.
 
Joe and Elie chat with Ryan Steadman of Zero about legal technology and how to drive adoption among a profession that's notoriously averse to tech. Zero manages email retention by automatically filing communications with the help of a practical AI system -- the sort of inbox management that used to require an afternoon of labor or setting up a ...…
 
In this edition of the ABA Law Student Podcast, host Kris Butler sits down with Hilarie Bass to discuss her career highlights and advice for today’s law students. Together, they explore her chosen path and what led her to become president of the American Bar Association. In addition, Hilarie reviews some of her notable cases, encourages young l ...…
 
When most people think of robots, they envision large metal contraptions that move about awkwardly. In recent years, the idea of robots has broadened to encompass all sorts of automated technological systems, such as virtual assistants like Amazon’s Alexa. In this episode, we’ll explore legal robots. We’ll focus primarily on arguably the most c ...…
 
“We are not your grandfather’s law librarian.” As president of the American Association of Law Libraries, Femi Cadmus makes that point emphatically. Her organization recently completed it first-ever AALL State of the Profession report, an in-depth look at what information professionals do and how they do it. The report’s bottom line is that tec ...…
 
How easy has it become to fake photos, video, audio, and other data, and how will this affect your practice of law? In this edition of the Kennedy-Mighell Report, hosts Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell discuss what lawyers need to know about the deep fake phenomenon. They canvass the increasingly sophisticated fakes cropping up online and give th ...…
 
In this edition, host Jonathan Amarilio is joined by distinguished constitutional law scholar and University of Chicago Law School Professor Geoffrey Stone for a discussion about current challenges surrounding the First Amendment and free speech. They talk about what constitutes a public forum on social media, whether private social media compa ...…
 
In a state with roughly one hundred thousand lawyers, one might be surprised how disconnected and alone a practitioner can feel in Texas. But when you spread those numbers across more than a quarter million square miles, it becomes easy to understand why many attorneys struggle to connect with the larger community, find mentors, or receive mean ...…
 
Who’s afraid of the big bad partner? For new law graduates and associates going into the world of BigLaw, the stakes have never been higher and neither have the expectations. As an attorney with Jones Day for over 20 years, Mark Herrmann is willing to tell you everything you wish that stoic senior lawyer would say. His book—The Curmudgeon's Gui ...…
 
Apple computers are commonly regarded as easy to use and relatively virus-free, so why do you need IT support in a Mac-based law firm? In this episode of Legal Toolkit, host Jared Correia talks to Tom Lambotte about best practices for Mac usage and security in the legal industry. They discuss the ways Mac- and PC-based firms differ and share ho ...…
 
Disruption is a word that gets thrown around easily these days. But the Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School truly was a disruptor. Founded in 1992 with the mission of making legal information available to everyone without cost, it was literally the first legal site on the Internet. It continues strong today, with readership last y ...…
 
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