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Join us as we discuss new and fresh ideas to help you grow your Law Firm. Each episode, we will interview a new expert who will provide you with the needed insight plus tips and tricks to help you grow your firm.
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At Legal-Ease, law students, lawyers, and journalists united offer you a partisan free discussion on current issues affecting America, without convoluted legalese, a word for fancy lawyer talk.
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LegalEase is broadcast by a collective of law students on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, every second Friday of the month at 11am EST. This monthly radio show explores the law and its institutions with a critical lens. It aims to make the law both accessible and engaging. LegalEase est une émission consacrée au droit qui vise à en rendre le jargon plus accessible tout en évaluant de manière critique ses institutions.
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There has been a significant reckoning in the US on the issue of police use of force and police reform in the last few years. Some support solutions which would aim to reduce police use of force overall while others believe we must begin by holding those officers who use force improperly accountable for their actions. In today’s episode of Measured…
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In this episode of Measured Justice, we’re talking about the Academy for Justice’s newest initiative, Rethinking Crime and Violence. This initiative serves to comprehensively explore and reconcile violent crime and its role in the criminal justice system. The Academy for Justice has formed a Blue-Ribbon Committee made up of leading scholars, drawn …
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In this episode, we talk to Sarah Tetlow, a productivity expert and lawyer, about how to be more productive in your law practice. Sarah shares her tips on how to set priorities, manage your time, and avoid distractions. She also talks about the importance of taking breaks and how to create a sustainable workflow. If you're a busy lawyer who is look…
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In this episode, join Nick Leydorf as he explores the power of humor in the legal profession. Discover how laughter can enhance communication, relieve stress, and build stronger relationships with clients and colleagues. Nick shares his personal experiences and practical tips for incorporating humor into the practice of law, making the legal world …
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In this episode Ryan Kimler delves deep into the strategies and tactics used by successful law firm owners to build and grow their practices. We explore topics such as marketing and business development, client retention and satisfaction, staff management, and financial planning, among others. Whether you're a solo practitioner or managing a team o…
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In this podcast, Jordan Ostroff, will answer legal questions and offer expert advice on a wide range of legal topics. From personal injury cases to business law, Jordan's extensive legal knowledge and experience will provide invaluable insights into the often confusing world of law. Together, we'll explore the ins and outs of legal issues facing en…
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Jayden Doye, is a business coach and consultant who has helped numerous entrepreneurs and small business owners grow their businesses and increase their bottom line. Together, we will dive into the key strategies and tactics for improving your business's profitability, including tips for reducing costs, increasing revenue, and optimizing your prici…
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Alexandra Watkins, is a branding expert and the author of the book "Hello, My Name is Awesome: How to Create Brand Names That Stick." Together, we will delve into the importance of a brand name, the psychology behind it, and how to create a memorable and effective brand name. Join us as we uncover the secrets of successful branding and discover why…
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Ryan McKeen, a successful lawyer and entrepreneur, talks about the unique challenges of running a law firm while balancing his good looks and charm. Jordan Ostroff, a fellow lawyer and host, delves deep into Ryan's experiences, discussing his strategies, mistakes, and insights on how to succeed in the legal industry while being this handsome. Join …
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Law firm owners, if you: Get referrals or Want to get referrals, or Want to turn clients into referral sources… THIS is the episode you MUST watch. Stacey Brown Randall will be joining our own Jordan Ostroff for a deep dive into the top 10 tips and then she’ll be in our Solutions for Lawyers, by Lawyers group sharing them in more detail.…
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In this episode of Measured Justice, we'll be discussing criminal justice reform at the twilight of marijuana prohibition, and, in particular, securing the release of those incarcerated for non-violent marijuana related offenses. The issue has received increased attention given the sea change in state and local marijuana law occurring across the na…
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Unlock the Power of Grassroot Marketing: Tune in to our Exhibit (A)ttorney episode with Tom St. Louis and discover: What is Grassroot marketing and why is Grassroot marketing important for Lawyers? How to grow your practice through effective grassroots strategies. How lawyers can connect with their community.…
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If there's one thing Netflix did right, it was to train all of us to be on subscription models. But if you look deeper, you'll find a bunch of other ideas that can help your firm grow. Join me and Billie Tarascio, as we explore "No Rules Rules" a book by Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer - Evansville.…
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This episode of Measured Justice is a bit different from the others. On Thursday, Feb. 2, 2023, The Academy for Justice, in partnership with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) and the Tempe Police Department, hosted an event for local high school students titled, The TALK! “Your Voices, Your Choices”: Candid conve…
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Creating one's dream is definitely like an art. Most of the time, we operate on vision, goals, and experiences. Unlike other dreams, we are lucky that the art of building a business involves having several templates we can use to kick-start our journey. It involves developing strategies and tactics for success in the marketplace, building and maint…
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A diverse group of practitioners and scholars recently gathered for a working-group process to create the Miscarriages of Justice: Litigating Beyond Factual Innocence Guide. The hope is that this Guide will provide post-conviction litigators, conviction integrity prosecutors, judges, legislators, and wrongly convicted individuals themselves with in…
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Communication is always a key to a lot of things that can make or break our business. This 2023, I hope that we find just the right strategy that can help us gain more clients and keep them through connections. If you are still wondering how to do that for your firm, then this is the right episode for you. Join our guest Joe Musso as he discusses T…
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Want to take your law firm to the next level financially? Then, take advantage of our first episode of the year, where guest Chelsea Williams shares the top 10 tips for growing your law firm's bottom line. Tune in for practical advice and expert insights on increasing profitability and success in the legal industry. Chelsea will also post and talk …
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Measured Justice is excited to launch a new series – Leaders and Legends of Criminal Justice Reform – where we will be speaking with those who have paved the way and led the charge in trying to make positive changes to how our criminal justice system works. Last week we posted our inaugural episode to this series where we spoke with Pat Nolan, Dire…
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Measured Justice is excited to launch a new series – Leaders and Legends of Criminal Justice Reform – where we will be speaking with those who have paved the way and led the charge in trying to make positive changes to how our criminal justice system works. In this inaugural episode, we speak with Pat Nolan, Director Emeritus of the American Conser…
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In this episode of Measured Justice, we take a deep dive into victims’ rights, an area of the criminal justice system that can sometimes get lost in the shuffle when talking about reform. All states, the District of Columbia, and most U.S. territories have statutory or constitutional provisions that ensure rights and protections for victims of crim…
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In December 2020, Notre Dame Law School Professor Stephen F. Smith, wrote a post-election update for the Academy for Justice detailing how he saw criminal justice efforts playing out in the newly elected Biden Administration over the next four years. In this episode of Measured Justice, we spoke with Professor Smith to see where we are at two years…
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In this episode of Measured Justice, we take a look at behavioral jurisprudence, or the hidden behavioral forces that drive society’s reactions and responses to the law. The discussion is based off of the book The Behavioral Code and we are joined by its authors, Benjamin van Rooij, Professor of Law and Society and Director of Research at the Unive…
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