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November 15, 2022

Listen to Legal Services


Kathryn Rubino and Joe Patrice of Above the Law combine their experiences as journalists and litigators in this excellent podcast that takes a unique approach to legal discussions. Together, the facilitators talk about a daily experience and verify it through the eyes of a lawyer. If you`ve always wanted to talk about the legal aspect of impeachment or the accuracy of representing lawyers on television, this show is for you. Law podcasts are also important for law students who rely on free legal podcasts to learn about case law, historical precedents, and the day-to-day challenges lawyers face. We recommend starting with episode 35: Jeena Cho, mindfulness educator at The Resilient Lawyer. In this episode, Jeena (co-author of The Anxiety Lawyer) helps lawyers and organizations find ways to practice wellness techniques more effectively. She even leads the audience in a two-minute mindfulness exercise. Show your employees that you care about them as people, not just as professionals, with these 5 tips to stop burnout before it starts. Jessica Mederson and Joshua Gilliland, self-proclaimed geeks and licensed eDiscovery lawyers, host this innovative podcast that explores superhero and sci-fi favorites through a legal lens. Grab your popcorn and listen to funny and thought-provoking episodes like “Legal Analysis by Dr.

Strange and the Multiverse of Madness” and “Did Ultraman Commit a War Crime?” This fun and motivating podcast, derived from the Instagram account of the same name, features different legal guests sharing their professional and personal journeys. Log in to learn more about the different forms of success in law. In Who is the President of the Law Society of England & Wales and How does it help the legal profession? Robert speaks with the pioneering president of the Law Society of England and Wales, I. Stephanie Boyce, who is the sixth woman, the first black incumbent and the first person of colour to be elected president, with a greater focus on diversity and inclusion in the UK justice system. Although this podcast ended in 2020, we are still fans of its vast library of episodes dedicated to deep dives into the development of legal ethics. Prosecutor Megan Zavieh and her guests addressed important questions and issues surrounding the sensitive ethics of lawyers and lawyers who use social media, protect data, legal marketing, etc. There is a huge gap between what courts should be doing – resolving disputes through adversarial lawyer-based litigation – and what these courts are supposed to do today – helping people without lawyers address complex social, economic and human challenges, most of which are closely linked to structural inequality. As a result, according to our guests, the judicial role is in a state of upheaval. In this episode, we discuss how we got here and if we can fix it. In Marketing Strategy, Dani Whitestone explains how you can transform your marketing tactics to engage customers more effectively. Certainly, their expertise is worth listening to. Dani is a business coach and founder of the Women`s Small Business and Leadership Network.

In total, she has nearly three decades of entrepreneurial experience. In the ever-changing world of law, it is crucial to keep abreast of historical decisions and legal debates. Listen to these podcasts to hear the latest news from courtrooms, legal journals and legal classrooms across the country. In each episode of Talk Justice, An LSC Podcast, we will explore ways to expand access to justice and illustrate why it is important to the legal community, businesses, government and the general public. Think of managing the practice of law firms as a constant work in progress. How and where should lawyers, as busy professionals, obtain reliable information to improve their practice? The Legal Toolkit provides a central hub for keeping abreast of practice management best practices – topics of discussion include cutting-edge legal ideas, programs and services. Positive mental health is crucial in the legal profession. With that in mind, we recommend starting with this episode with Ken White. He is the lawyer and blogger behind Popehat, and he talks about living and thriving as a lawyer with depression. Lawyers and lawyers who want to stay up to date on topics such as legal technology and innovation. Founder and CEO of Red Cave Law Firm Consulting, Jared D.

Correia, Esq., leads Legal Toolkit. Certainly, given his experience, it is worth listening to. First, Jared has over a decade of experience advising lawyers and their law firms as a former practicing lawyer. He is also the author of the American Bar Association`s publication, Twitter in One Hour for Lawyers. Jared is also a teacher at Concord Law School, Suffolk University Law School and Solo Practice University, and a columnist for Attorney at Work and Lawyerist. Eventually, he even founded a legal technology company! Gideon is an “AI-powered messaging and data analytics platform that helps law firms put lead conversion on autopilot.” Few legal podcasts can claim to be one of the oldest podcasts. J. Craig Williams – a leading legal blogger, journalist and lawyer behind Lawyer 2 Lawyer – brings decades of legal experience on a variety of legal topics. The host and his guests do not always agree on the same topics. This makes the listening experience interesting and intellectually stimulating.

This podcast, hosted by Lloyd Freeman, Chief Diversity Officer at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, is particularly focused on aspiring legal leaders. Many of Freeman`s celebrity guests are senior executives and seasoned lawyers who share their practical advice and insights on all things DE&I in the legal industry. All of their episodes grab our attention, but we mostly recommend talking about what white male allies can do to strengthen DE&I. Christopher T. Anderson, a veteran attorney and law firm management professional, spends an hour each month giving advice on running a law firm. It covers topics such as finding your niche in the legal industry, using AI, and hiring top talent. This is a great ear for aspiring managing partners and OCLs. The New York County Lawyers Association is proud to present its latest episode of Amicus Curiae with host Daniel K.

Wiig. Episode 8: A conversation with Sherine Clarke, founder and moderator of the Lawyers Summit, international corporate trainer and conflict resolution specialist. This essential conversation aims to provide our listeners with key information to instantly expand their communication skills, interpersonal skills and give them insight into the art of networking and relationship management. Listen now! About Sherine Clarke This podcast from the American Bar Association`s Law Student Division is a must-have for all current law students and college graduates. This show covers everything from ongoing lawsuits to practical advice on how to use your degree. There is also a solid list of inspiring interviewees who share their unique legal careers, whether in a law firm, in-house or elsewhere.

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