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This podcast will serve as your educational resource on trauma-informed lawyering. Through inspiring interviews and thoughtful commentary, Myrna will shine a light on a critical competency you did not get any instruction on in law school. Trauma-informed lawyering is a do-no-further-harm, relational approach to the practice of law which benefits you, your clients, your colleagues and the legal profession generally. Lawyers, this is the education about trauma, vicarious trauma and trauma-info ...
 
The Wigs is a monthly podcast exploring and interrogating contemporary legal issues in and out of the court room. The first and only podcast (so far) featuring practising barristers talking shop. Join Emmanuel Kerkyasharian, Felicity Graham, Stephen Lawrence and Jim Minns as they deep dive into the scenarios and outcomes that make up our legal system.
 
Welcome to the Robert Half Legal Report, where we discuss current issues impacting the legal profession related to hiring, staff management and more, with leading experts in the field. Robert Half Legal provides Lawyers, Paralegals, and support staff to law firms and corporate legal departments on a project and full-time basis. The Robert Half Legal Report is here, on the Legal Talk Network
 
Building Insight is Canada’s first construction law podcast, created by the lawyers at Glaholt Bowles LLP. Building Insight features episodes on new legislation, case law, interviews with key figures in the construction industry, and more. The information and views expressed in this podcast are for information purposes only, are not intended to provide legal advice, and do not create a lawyer client relationship. For specific advice, please contact us.
 
Hosted by Sonia Russo, Young Lawyer Rising covers issues pertinent to young lawyers, from newly minted attorneys to lawyers 10 years into practice and beyond. From dealing with the daily grind and career management to social issues and financial, mental, and physical wellness, this show features the voices of young lawyers from across the country sharing their stories and advice to help all lawyers navigate their careers and rise to where they want to be.
 
The Legal Ops Podcast is about all things legal operations, legal business and legal technology. It's hosted by Alex Rosenrauch and Elliot Leibu, legal ops professionals with experience and passion for this subject, and deep connections in the industry. Every episode covers a new aspect of transformation, operationalisation and technology implementation, overlaid with the human elements of change management and organisational psychology. If you're interested in the changing nature of legal s ...
 
Young Gunners from the Texas Young Lawyers Association cuts through the noise and discusses practical tips and challenges facing new attorneys in Texas and the United States. TYLA directors talk with experienced practitioners about a variety of topics including demand letters, going to court, the basics of oil and gas law, social media, mergers and acquisitions, and work/life balance. Look for new episodes weekly!This podcast was created by the Texas Young Lawyers Association, and no part of ...
 
This legal career and legal employment advice podcast from BCG Attorney Search Founder and CEO, Harrison Barnes, covers the most important topics affecting lawyers and their careers. In each episode, you will learn how to grow and accelerate your legal career through in-depth discussions on issues affecting the law profession and those that work in it. Drawing from over 20 years as a legal recruiter and attorney, Barnes will explore the culture and character of law firms, how to move in and ...
 
Practicing law doesn't have to suck. Crafting a meaningful career is possible. Leaving the law doesn't have to be scary. That's why this show exists. You don't have to navigate through this profession and world as a Millennial lawyer alone. Join host, Nicole Abboud, former practicing attorney, leadership speaker and consultant, each week as she brings you conversations with lawyers, legal innovators, and leaders in the profession to help you in your journey to building a meaningful life and ...
 
Our new monthly podcast features the editor-in-chief of Law Technology News, Monica Bay, interviewing key experts of the legal technology community, about top issues confronting the legal profession. If it's tech, it's a potential topic — from e-discovery to network infrastructure; from creating courtroon graphics to launching "green law" programs. Each month, Ms. Bay will bring LTN's pages alive with brisk, incisive discussion of today's top trends and developments
 
We are an offshoot of the Above the Law legal blog. But we are focused on the challenges women, people of color, LGBTQIA, and other diverse populations face in the legal industry. Let's be real -- it can suck out there. So we want to create a space where our community can come together share stories, find support and devise strategies. Our name comes from none other than the Notorious Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the jabot (decorative collar) she wears when delivering dissents from the bench. It' ...
 
From the pages of Professional Investigator Magazine comes - PI MAGAZINE – THE PODCAST! Join us each week for the latest from the world of the Professional Investigator. Exciting guests, new equipment, marketing tips, software, PI advice and more! Learn what’s new and exciting with PI MAGAZINE – THE PODCAST!. Subscribe today and join our hosts & the publishers of PI MAGAZINE - Jim Nanos and Nicole Cusanelli.
 
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This episode is devoted to a recent damning report delivered to the NSW Parliament by the NSW Law Enforcement Conduct Commission following a complaint by a criminal defence solicitor in regional NSW that he had been targeted, harassed and intimidated by police officers in Strike Force Raptor - when he was simply doing his job, that is representing …
 
Mental health problems have long been a prevalent issue amongst both law students and practicing lawyers, but have things gotten better as the profession has sought to increase awareness and reduce the stigma surrounding these concerns? Meg Steenburgh welcomes Patrick Krill for a broad discussion on legal field mental health and his extensive resea…
 
Mental health problems have long been a prevalent issue amongst both law students and practicing lawyers, but have things gotten better as the profession has sought to increase awareness and reduce the stigma surrounding these concerns? Meg Steenburgh welcomes Patrick Krill for a broad discussion on legal field mental health and his extensive resea…
 
I’ve been trying to start the conversation on when our mental health does not have anything to do with the profession. Because too many times we are demonizing the profession as the one and only source of mental health problems, but when we assign blame and responsibility to one thing that we do not mostly have control over, we give it more power a…
 
Traditional law firms want you to stay in your lane, do your work, bill hours, and go home. This is no longer the right recipe for success, fulfillment and happiness. It is also the riskiest thing you can do for your career. In this episode, we discuss the many different ways you must choose yourself. Whether you're a solo practitioner or a partner…
 
Summer is upon us, vaccinations are making travel safer, and you may be looking forward to getting some leisure reading done. In this episode of the Modern Law Library, host Lee Rawles shares some of the books she’s read since our favorites reads of 2020 episode. We are also re-airing a 2017 interview we did with David Grann, author of Killers of t…
 
The latest news about Google’s update to Core Web Vitals has led to a flurry of opportunistic emails from SEO companies offering their services to “fix” problem points for firms. Gyi and Conrad offer some reassurance, buyer beware tips, and what to focus on with this latest Google rollout. Their predictions for further market consolidations hit the…
 
In this episode, the final for season 2, the wigs tackle the changes the NSW government is proposing to sexual consent laws. These changes - if passed by parliament - will require participants in sexual acts to seek "active consent" before engaging. It is a proposal that has divided the legal community and raises profound questions about the role o…
 
Have you ever thought about communicating with the universe? You may have guessed that this is a spirituality episode. When we talk about spirituality, it’s a bit unclear what that actually means. There are so many tools that we talk about in this episode: palm reading, medicine cards, the book A Couple in Miracles, tarot cards, astrology, human de…
 
In this episodem Wig Stephen Lawrence sits down with Barrister Douglas McDonald-Norman to talk about a fascinating figure in Indian legal history, William Broome, the British colonial judge who ‘stayed on’ in 1947 when the new Indian nation was born. Douglas McDonald-Norman practises from Eight Selborne Chambers in Sydney where he has a diverse pra…
 
Ohio’s Attorney General Dave Yost filed a lawsuit to turn Google into a public utility so it can be regulated as a common carrier. This might sound far out but Ohio’s unique law gives them legal grounds to try it. But what does all this mean? Harold Feld from Public Knowledge gives us the skinny. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.…
 
What makes someone go from an equity partner at a large law firm to striking out on their own in a small practice? In this incredible talk, we learn from the candid Erin Durant about her adventure into building something herself. She talks about how going out on your own is less scary than people think. She gets into all the ways she prepared herse…
 
In our latest podcast, Natalie Runyon speaks with Loreal Jiles from the Institute of Management Accountants, and Brad Monterio from the California Society of CPAs, about their collaboration on groundbreaking research in the area of diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI) within the accounting profession.…
 
What happens when you are surrounded by Canada and water during COVID-19? If you’re an American living in Minnesota’s Northwest Angle, you get cut off from civilization. So how did everyone survive? Brad Dokken from the Grand Forks Herald tells us about this true-life "Tale of Two Lakes". Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.…
 
We have all seen a wave of ransomware attacks in the news as of late. For those who are unfamiliar, ransomware is a type of malware that threatens to publish, destroy, or block access to the victim's personal data unless a ransom is paid. The ransom is usually paid to these attackers through cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, impairing the ability to t…
 
Looking for some simple ways to make life just a little bit better? Dennis and Tom challenge themselves to fire through 20 simple technology-related tips in just 20 minutes, from useful shortcut commands, to favorite apps, to smarter tech habits, and more! On “Hot or Not?”, they discuss whether making cell phone calls is really useful or necessary …
 
Kathryn talks with Maria Melendez about why she Ieft the practice of law to become Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at Sidley. They chat about the unique challenges in this role and how she leverages her past experience. They discuss setting goals and benchmarks in the D&I space, the kinds of programs that pay the biggest dividends in the D&I …
 
No lawyer wants a failing grade, but the fact that nearly one-third of law firms have experienced a data breach makes it apparent that cybersecurity preparedness needs some major work. Focusing specifically on smaller law firms, Sharon Nelson and John Simek welcome Tom Lambotte to discuss why lawyers fail to adequately protect themselves and what t…
 
Lab coaches Kelly Street and Stephanie Everett share their best tips and insights to help level up your business for greater success. 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 Postali, Rankings.io, and TextExpander for sponsoring this episode.…
 
You've been working hard and have a lot of experience. But it seems like you're not getting the job offers or promotions that you deserve.It might be because you don't show up at work or in interviews with confidence, polish, and professionalism. The good news is that there are some simple things you can do to make sure you show up for yourself and…
 
Did Snapchat’s Speed Filter cause a fatal high speed accident and if so does Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act protect it from liability? Associate Dean and Professor Eric Goldman from the Santa Clara University School of Law walks us through the lawsuit filed against the social media company by parents who lost their children. Special …
 
Biglaw firms are furiously matching salary increases this week, and Joe and Kathryn walk through the latest announcements, how we got here, the impact across the country, and the fate of the whiny corporate clients out there. This episode doesn't have a cash register sound effect, which is really a shame and Joe takes full responsibility for this o…
 
Devshi Mehrotra and her classmate Leslie Jones-Dove, who was also passionate about criminal justice reform, contacted local public defenders in the Chicago area to see how the two technologists could potentially be of help. They responded by developing a technology platform known as JusticeText, an AI-powered evidence management tool primarily gear…
 
A whole lot of lawyers are trying to be something they’re not, but Jared thinks you all really ought to cut the crap. The truth is, marketing yourself as some unapproachable superlawyer isn’t going to get you nearly as far with clients as just being yourself. (1:56) Building on this theme, Jared welcomes Darian Kovacs to discuss ways to develop you…
 
In this part two of two, Sonia Russo talks with Hema Lochan who participated in the American Bar Association’s Legal Tech Fictional Writing Competition. Together, they discuss her short story ‘F(A.I.)LED US’ which is about the unintended consequences for using artificial intelligence (instead of a lawyer) in a future criminal justice system. Stay t…
 
In this part two of two, Sonia Russo talks with Hema Lochan who participated in the American Bar Association’s Legal Tech Fictional Writing Competition. Together, they discuss her short story ‘F(A.I.)LED US’ which is about the unintended consequences for using artificial intelligence (instead of a lawyer) in a future criminal justice system. Stay t…
 
In this part one of two, Sonia Russo talks with the winner of the American Bar Association’s Legal Tech Fictional Writing Competition, Theresa Yuan, about her winning dystopian-future short story ‘In The Matter of Infinite Monkeys’ and how it cautions against over-trusting predictive algorithms to determine what kind of person a child will become. …
 
In this part one of two, Sonia Russo talks with the winner of the American Bar Association’s Legal Tech Fictional Writing Competition, Theresa Yuan, about her winning dystopian-future short story ‘In The Matter of Infinite Monkeys’ and how it cautions against over-trusting predictive algorithms to determine what kind of person a child will become. …
 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced new guidelines for taking off our masks and relaxing certain social distance protocols associated with COVID-19. In this episode we discuss what workplaces need to consider before they change their policies with Melissa Legault from Squire Patton Boggs. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.…
 
What do we mean when we talk about web presence, and how exactly can your law firm get it? Hosts Molly Ranns and JoAnn Hathaway welcome legal marketing pro Gyi Tsakalakis to chat about what digital marketing looks like in the current legal landscape. They discuss effective ways to invest in your online presence, how to measure your success, and whe…
 
Alex and Elliot chat about: * The highly anticipated M1X MacBook Pro and why Elliot wants one * Recent legal tech capital raisings by ContractBook and Tessian * Amazon using data analysis to update the disputes clause in its Terms of Service * The Legal Tech-to-English Dictionary and Elliot's attempt to define "User Experience" and "Change Manageme…
 
A teacher who becomes a lawyer. This is the story of Angela Han, an immigrant to the US who goes from feeling unwanted & unworthy to becoming someone who loves her work as a lawyer, a health coach, a life coach, and a mom. This is a deeply personal episode as Angela talks about her immigration story to the US, her turbulent start in the legal profe…
 
Amateur online investigators have helped police break cold cases wide open but what happens when they go too far? Dr. Sarah Lageson from Rutgers University School of Criminal Justice stops by to discuss the ethical and Constitutional concerns as well as the proper way for law enforcement to team up with these arm-chair detectives. Special thanks to…
 
MiAngel Cody and Kathryn chat about her passion for criminal defense work and the problems with the three-strikes law. They talk about the role of social media and Kim Kardashian in justice work, about how the #90DaysOfFreedom Campaign got started, and why The Decarceration Collective is so important. MiAngel has been labeled a "Legal Legend" a "Ch…
 
Attorneys Thomas Brown and Patrick Delong from the law firm Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin discuss differences between regular automobile cases and rideshare cases and the types of claims that result from them. Special thanks to our sponsor, AM Best Company, Best’s Insurance Professional Resources, including Qualified Member attorneys, a…
 
Lawyer, author, and Lawyerist Lab alumna, Megan Zavieh, shares with us what it means to be a modern lawyer and the role ethics and technology play in it all. 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 TextExpander, Postali, and Rankings.io for sponsoring…
 
Recent secession efforts aim to add land to Idaho by removing it from other states like Oregon, Washington, and California. But who is heading this movement and why? Is it legal? Will it happen? Professor Norman Williams from Willamette University College of Law joins us. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.…
 
Stanford responded swiftly to the outcry over threatening a law student's graduation because he made jokes about Josh Hawley, but what's not funny is the fact that the people who targeted him will all have high profile clerkships next year. We also discuss Harvard's insistence that students on need-based aid hand over all their summer associate ear…
 
A red tie. Manicured nails. Bleached hair. Loafers. The width of a person's hips. These are just a few of the things cited by vice patrol cops as indicators of someone's sexual preferences in the 1930s through the 1960s. In Vice Patrol: Cops, Courts, and the Struggle Over Urban Gay Life Before Stonewall, author Anna Lvovsky examines the way that qu…
 
If your firm recognized Memorial Day on social media, there’s a chance the celebratory language fell flat against the occasion’s solemnity. Gyi and Conrad explain how to recognize holidays from a business perspective appropriately. Search engine optimization leads the news with the release of The State of Link Building Report 2021, controversy over…
 
Some of the scariest parts of life that not a lot of us talk about are the transitions we need to take from point A to point B, whether it is from law school to practice, whether it is a lateral transition, or whether it is into a leadership role. Michelle Banks is an executive coach for lawyers who was a general counsel for Gap and held other lead…
 
Professional Tennis Star Naomi Osaka recently and surprisingly withdrew from the French Open after she was fined for failing to make her contractually obligated media appearances. If you’ve been following the headlines, you know Naomi had a really good reason for doing this but there’s so much more to the story. Sports lawyer and law professor Darr…
 
People can spend their entire lives doing work they hate in this profession. Why? The fear of a drop in income. The fear of starting from scratch. But it doesn't have to be that way. It is simple to manage around these fears. It is easier than ever to build a foundation right where you are, run small experiments, and pivot when the time is right. I…
 
There’s a right way to create a culture of diversity and inclusion and there are countless wrong ways companies and law firms continue to develop failing programs and policies. St. John’s University’s William Murphy tells host Carl Morrison the range from worst reasons to implement (reactionary) to best (making the business case). In between are al…
 
According to The Hill, Republican lawmakers in 34 states have introduced more than 80 anti-protest bills thus far in the 2021 legislative session. In Florida, Governor Ron Desantis recently signed an ‘anti-riot’ bill into law that states, in part, that a driver may avoid liability "for injury or death caused if fleeing for safety from a mob.” And O…
 
It’s that time again! Dennis and Tom return to the time-honored tradition of sharing their summer reading plans with listeners. After discussing their reading habits and some favorite digital reading tools, they offer up their top book picks for the summer – both fiction and non! Next, this time on “Hot or Not?”, Dennis and Tom discuss CCTV, its si…
 
Kathryn speaks with Jennifer McGlone, co-founder of Law Champs. They chat about why she decided to start the organization, how that experience was impacted by the pandemic and the goals of Law Champs. They also discuss the Biden administration's recent change in transgender healthcare protections and what that means for folks on the ground and why …
 
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