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The Florida Justice Association’s FJA Radio is your podcast about the people and issues shaping Florida’s civil justice system. This program keeps you updated on the happenings at the FJA and delivers relevant and timely information and insight on the practice of trial law in Florida. The Florida Justice Association exists to strengthen and uphold Florida’s civil justice system and protect the rights of Florida’s citizens and consumers. On the web at www.FloridaJusticeAssociation.org. For fu ...
 
Charles Adams is a former Police Officer, a former Judge and a practicing Trial Lawyer. Every weekday, he provides Houston, Texas and his online listeners around the World with his uncensored but even handed opinions on the latest political, legal, law enforcement, true crime, and social issue stories of the day. His show is unique in that he often criticizes and praises both sides of the ideological aisle and refuses to serve as a cheerleader for either political party.
 
“Can He Do That?” is The Washington Post’s politics podcast, exploring the powers and limitations of the American presidency, and what happens when they're tested. Led by host Allison Michaels, each episode asks a new question about this extraordinary moment in American history and answers with insight into how our government works, how to understand ongoing events, and the implications when branches of government collide.
 
Houston, we have a podcast! And its about damn crime! Clueston is true crime podcast focused on terrifying incidents that occurred in Houston, Texas and the surrounding Gulf Coast region. The subject matter is limited to Southeast Texas because it allows the show’s host to travel to crime scenes and other relevant locations so she can provide listeners with a more immersive experience. Clueston is hosted by Kat Adams, a childhood survivor of a horrifying crime and is co-hosted by her husband ...
 
Some dynamic duos solve crime, some commit crime, and some just like to talk about it. Get comfortable and let premier Denver criminal defense attorneys Russell Hebets and Colin McCallin break down legal issues for you in a lighthearted, easy-to-follow style. Whether you're looking for advice that might help you out of a jam, or you're interested in legal current events from around the country, or you just want to sound smart at a party, the guys at Is This Legal? have you covered.
 
Who owns my body after I die? Can I leave my entire estate to my dog? Do I own the rights to the tattoo on my arm? Welcome to Trial by Podcast, a fortnightly podcast series by Australian law firm, McCabe Curwood where we discuss dinner-party legal topics, current events and the laws surrounding them.
 
When I decided to write a book, my wife, Shelli, asked me two questions. Why was I writing it and for whom? After a great deal of thought and introspection the answers were clear. I wanted to use my many years of experience as a trial lawyer and the experience I was getting as a judge to help the public deal with the anxieties and stresses that come from an involvement with the legal system. Most people know little about how the legal system really works. When exposed to it, they are faced w ...
 
Welcome to Christianity on Trial, where the claims of Christianity are examined and judged by the rules of evidence as used in the court of law. Your host, Dr. John Warwick Montgomery, is a lawyer, a theologian, an author, and an accomplished defender of biblical Christianity. He is no stranger to the rules of evidence or the courtroom. As a lawyer he has successfully defended clients in the U.S. and Europe. So with our skeptical world for the prosecution and Dr. John Warwick Montgomery for ...
 
Cities are being sued at an alarming rate by predatory attorneys. Each Tuesday, join Scott Grossberg - veteran trial lawyer, coach for elected officials, and counsel for public agencies across California - as he gives weekly insights on ways to protect your City. Whether you want to prevent a claim or lawsuit, understand defenses for pending litigation, or discover new topics to discuss with employees, this is the podcast for you as Scott shares over three decades of real world, in-the-trenc ...
 
Law Firm Marketing Podcast features interviews relative to contemporary law firm marketing. Guests include thought leaders in both the legal and marketing industries. These include notables such as legendary trial lawyer Gerry Spence, Harvard Law School Professor David Wilkins, and world class marketing strategist Jay Abraham. Hosted by Cindy Speaker, Editor-in-Chief of Law Firm Marketing Magazine.
 
“THEATER OF THE COURTROOM” is a podcast designed to help trial lawyers “bring the life back to the law” by making a positive connection with jurors so that they will be open to our arguments. It’s also designed to help tax professionals simplify “tax speak” so that it can easily be understood by a lay audience. Each week, Mike interview some of todays most successful public speakers, lawyers, and members of the theater arts community. They share their wisdom and insights on how to master sta ...
 
Welcome to Lawyer V. Lawyer, the only legal podcast giving you both sides of the trial room floor. To get more information, suggest topics for Debbie and Gary to discuss, or hire them, email info@lawyervlawyer.com. For more episodes visit our Lawyer V. Lawyer Facebook page or website. Although the advice is good, no attorney-client relationship is formed by listening to this podcast. For assistance with your legal issues including car accidents, wage and hour claims, medical malpractice, or ...
 
The Backstage Pass Radio is a weekly show hosted by Diva Taunia and Jean Powergirl. The first hour of the show is hosted by Diva Taunia, award-winning professional musician and 8.5 year successful gastric bypass post-op. The top half of the show is dedicated to topics involving weight loss surgery, obesity, general health, and women's issues.The second half of the show is hosted by Jean Powergirl, a retired Texas family law trial lawyer and painter who focuses on international women's issues ...
 
I'm Jennifer Carole and I am the Lawyer's Daughter. My dad (a lawyer) and my stepmom were murdered in March 1980 in Ventura, California. Through cold case detective work and DNA, our crime was linked to the notorious Golden State Killer. The pod includes real-time reporting and memories. I'll podcast during his preliminary trial in May 2020. It's just me so I'll be using a live, radio-style of podcasting. Feedback always welcome! PS: the blog is LawyersDaughter.com.
 
The Los Angeles County Bar Association is proud to present a podcast for law students which assembles stories, tips, and insights for the next generation of attorney. Each episode features interviews with a diverse set of LACBA members from around the legal community of Southern California, reflecting on their experiences from law school and beyond, as they found their place in the complex legal landscape. LACBA and its 26 member sections and committees host more than 100 educational and soc ...
 
Boom! Lawyered is friendly and entertaining legal analysis for anyone passionate about reproductive justice. Join Rewire.News legal experts Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy as they explore the important issues coming up in the courts, how the legal system works, and what the case outcomes will mean for all of us. Part of the Rewire.News podcast network.
 
This is Workers Comp Matters, hosted by Attorney Alan s. Pierce. the only Legal Talk Network program that focuses entirely on the people and the law in workers compensation cases. Nationally recognized Trial Attorney, expert and author, Alan S. Pierce is a leader committed to making a difference when workers comp matters.
 
Media Files is produced by a team of journalist/academics who have spent decades working in and reporting on the media industry. They’re passionate about sharing their understanding of the media landscape, especially how media policy, commercial manoeuvres and digital disruption are affecting the kinds of media and journalism we consume. The media is evolving rapidly, as new platforms and trends come and go. As old media empires collapse, new ones are forming. But the need to protect diversi ...
 
The Texas Appellate Law Podcast covers topics of interest to lawyers handling civil appellate matters in Texas courts. The podcast demystifies appellate law and pulls back the curtain on the Texas appellate system through conversations with judges, court staff, and top trial and appellate practitioners. Listeners discover best practices and tips for successfully presenting their cases, managing their dockets, and promoting efficiency through legal technology.
 
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In this episode of Trial Lawyer Nation, Michael sits down with attorney Dorothy Clay Sims and Dr. Oregon Hunter to discuss their research on defense-paid medical witnesses. They’ll discuss how the pair became involved in this research, Dorothy’s book “Exposing Deceptive Defense Doctors,” Dr. Hunter’s published study on the subject, and take an in-d…
 
This is a replay of a special bonus live episode from the National Constitution Center. Dahlia Lithwick in conversation with Jeffrey Rosen about his 2019 book Conversations With RBG: Ruth Bader Ginsberg on Life, Love, Liberty, and Law. Podcast production by Sara Burningham, with thanks to the National Constitution Center. Slate’s Amicus on Facebook…
 
In this non-political tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 10 women leaders share how the late Supreme Court Justice inspired them in their legal careers. Participants: Trish Refo (ABA President) Marcia Clark (Author, Podcaster, and Criminal Attorney) Michelle Suskauer (former Florida Bar President) Liz McCausland (Florida Attorney) Lee Rawles (…
 
For many years now, China and Japan have not enjoyed very good relations. In fact, highly volatile and emotional issues of territory, history, and identity have escalated dangerously. But are these historical issues largely a political construction, and do in fact the two nations have more in common in terms of interests and history than they are a…
 
First, Jake talks with former President Bill Clinton about the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Then, he interviews Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar and White House aide Marc Short about what comes next for the vacant high court seat. Next, Jake interviews Admiral Brett Giroir on the coronavirus death toll approaching 200,…
 
What kind of tools could help you practice law in a healthy, sustainable way? With Texas’ diverse legal community in mind, the new www.texasbarpractice.com website is filled with resources to help any and all Texas attorneys practice law with ease. Podcast host Rocky Dhir talks with Sharon Sandle about the genesis of this newly launched site and it…
 
In January, Dahlia Lithwick spoke to Ruth Bader Ginsburg about the women of Harvard Law School’s class of 1959. Slate Plus members heard the interview in August as part of our feature on the women of Ginsburg’s class. We’re now making it publicly available for the first time. Go to Slate.com/RBG for more on all the women of the class. To support ou…
 
The deepening economic inequality being experienced in the United States has brought with it considerable cultural and political problems, the most interesting being the popularity of the Republican Party among lower income groups, despite a policy agenda that is decidedly hostile to their own economic interests. The answer, argue political scienti…
 
We interview Hon. Jeremy D. Fogel (Ret.), Executive Director of the Berkeley Judicial Institute at UC Berkeley Law School, former federal judge for the Northern District of California and immediate past Director of the Federal Judicial Center. Judge Fogel recounts how his first judicial appointment came about, shares what makes being a judge both b…
 
Since the pandemic caused courthouses to close and law practice to shift almost entirely online, practically overnight, Lawclerk has seen demand spike. The provider of on-demand virtual associates has doubled in size since the beginning of the year. That’s double the number of projects, and an increase in the value of projects overall, Lawclerk’s c…
 
This month, a series of excerpts from 18 recorded interviews between investigative journalist Bob Woodward and President Trump for Woodward’s book, Rage, were released. As many of you know, Bob Woodward, who was a young reporter with The Washington Post back in 1972, teamed up with another investigative reporter, Carl Bernstein to report on the Wat…
 
Achieving peace in the Middle East isn't quite as difficult as curing cancer, but it's close. The peace deal Trump has achieved is historic, and is likely to expand to more countries including Saudi Arabia. But the Trump-deranged establishment is desperately trying to snatch defeat from the jaws of this huge victory. See omnystudio.com/policies/lis…
 
Lawyerist Lab coach Stephanie Everett and Marketing Director Laura Briggs discuss how to hire and onboard new associates in your small law firm effectively. 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! If you’d like to learn more about hiring and onboard new associa…
 
Bill Chriss is truly a Renaissance man. A lifelong learner with degrees that include a Ph.D, Bill’s interests range across history, politics, law, and ethics. Bill’s recent research interest focuses on the Texas Constitution, both its origin and evolution. Bill sits down with Todd Smith and Jody Sanders and traces his career journey—from working as…
 
When the Utah Supreme Court started studying the access to justice gap, justices and bar leaders were alarmed to learn that 93% of those using adult courts in the state’s largest jurisdiction were showing up without legal assistance. Let that sink in: 93% were coming to court without a lawyer. It’s a figure host Ralph Baxter’s guests say is common …
 
Legal Analyst Teadra Pugh of Bloomberg Law tells us why there’s an artificially low number of bankruptcy filings around the country. Stay tuned for her predictions on where we’ll be as we crawl out of COVID-19 shutdowns. Sources: Bloomberg Law article by Teadra Pugh ‘ANALYSIS: Consumer Bankruptcy Filings are Low. Too Low’…
 
Use This Dog Walking Recruiter Next Time You Have To Hire Joe Latona is a motivated and dedicated HR professional, dog walking since 2008, and hiring staff since 2009. He has built award-winning dog walking teams in Chicago and has hired pet care professionals across the United States. Joe has a deep understanding […]…
 
Judge Scott Schlegel’s history of utilizing technology in his Louisiana courtroom to make life easier for attorneys and members of the public has come in very handy during the COVID-19 pandemic. When the public health crisis forced the closure of Jefferson Parish courtrooms earlier this year, Schlegel contacted those he knows in the legal tech worl…
 
Judge Scott Schlegel’s history of utilizing technology in his Louisiana courtroom to make life easier for attorneys and members of the public has come in very handy during the COVID-19 pandemic. When the public health crisis forced the closure of Jefferson Parish courtrooms earlier this year, Schlegel contacted those he knows in the legal tech worl…
 
Judge Scott Schlegel’s history of utilizing technology in his Louisiana courtroom to make life easier for attorneys and members of the public has come in very handy during the COVID-19 pandemic. When the public health crisis forced the closure of Jefferson Parish courtrooms earlier this year, Schlegel contacted those he knows in the legal tech worl…
 
A mistake hosts Gyi Tsakalakis and Conrad Saam see far too many lawyers make is sending prospective clients cold, form-like rejection letters when declining representation. Clients seeking counsel are already likely in a bad place emotionally. Throw an emotionless rejection letter at them and they may leave the interaction disgruntled enough to fir…
 
Professor Rick Hasen of UCI Law and the Election Law Blog joins us to talk all things election. Following up on his new book Election Meltdown we cover dangerous media expectations, vote-by-mail rules, how ballots are processed, the "Blue Shift" and the impact COVID is having on an already strained election system. Special thanks to our sponsors, P…
 
What drives your business? Are you making smart investments that increase profits and grow your practice? The reality is, most lawyers aren’t businesspeople, but that doesn’t mean they can’t make their business a success. Jared Correia talks with Scott Brennan about common business struggles lawyers face and the importance of driving legal tech ado…
 
Hear the tale of a seemingly “nothing burger” case that could potentially send shockwaves of litigation against insurance companies even before it gets to trial. Paul White from Wilson Elser explains the impact of a pre-trial motion that may or may not open a floodgate of new cases filed against insurance companies during COVID-19. Sources: Wilson …
 
Attorneys are ethically bound to protect their firms from cybersecurity threats, but many feel out of their depth when choosing security options and fear the involved expense. While cybersecurity is truly a necessary cost of doing business for lawyers, there are options out there that won’t break the bank! On Balance podcast hosts JoAnn Hathaway an…
 
First, Jake asks Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti about the record wildfires ravaging California, as well as President Trump's response to the crisis. Next, Jake confronts White House Trade Adviser Peter Navarro about the President's decision to downplay the risk from the coronavirus early on. Then, Jake presses Democratic Rep. Val Demings of Florid…
 
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