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Legal Talk Network On the Road covers the latest conferences, bar meetings, industry events, and trade shows. Recorded live from the conference room floor, our hosts interview bar presidents, committee and section chairs, and other leaders to offer an exclusive look at the biggest events in legal, as well as what is on the horizon for those who practice law.
 
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Legal technology exports discuss the key themes of LSC’s recent Innovations in Technology Conference and broader questions about technology’s role in addressing the access-to-justice crisis. Host: Cat Moon, director of innovation design, Vanderbilt Law School Guests: M. Nalani Fujimori Kaina, Executive Director, Legal Aid Society of Hawaii, and Bob…
 
In the 35 years that Jayne Conroy has been a lawyer, she’s spent the entire time in private practice doing civil litigation and has tried more than 70 cases. Conroy’s work includes leading some of the multidistrict litigation involving opiates with jury trials around the country. Through that, she’s seen juries and judges change their minds about a…
 
Many of the forensic sciences featured in shows like the ‘Forensic Files’ have been debunked and are now considered to be ‘Junk Science’... but that doesn’t mean that the people convicted under them are suddenly free. The Innocence Project’s Chris Fabricant is a nationally acclaimed author and expert on the use of forensic science. He and our execu…
 
How do you reach an expanded audience, and what does it mean once you do? Joining me for this conversation is Becky Robinson, the Founder and CEO of Weaving Influence, a full-service marketing agency that specializes in digital and integrated marketing services and public relations for book authors, including business leaders, coaches, trainers, sp…
 
What’s this about Google My Business? Well, for starters it connects your business to the Bible: The real Google Maps page. If you’re in business, you need to understand this. It’s not hard, but it takes a bit of work, and it’s a must. Create a system, understand the process, and don’t be shy about asking for Google reviews, they matter. (BTW, you …
 
In the 35 years that Jayne Conroy has been a lawyer, she’s spent the entire time in private practice doing civil litigation and has tried more than 70 cases. Conroy’s work includes leading some of the multidistrict litigation involving opiates with jury trials around the country. Through that, she’s seen juries and judges change their minds about a…
 
As Southwest Airlines learned the hard way, failing to replace your old technology can really come back to bite you in the butt. The guys discuss some of the myriad issues related to outdated tech, from global down to personal levels, and then bring the topic home to lawyers to explain how to stay on top of your firm’s technology maintenance and re…
 
Believe it or not, securing a $100 million dollar verdict is not an overnight project. Today Stephanie talks with Lawyerist Lab coach Ryan McKeen about how he built his personal injury firm to support and win a $100M case. He pulls back the curtain and details the work it took and offers advice to other attorneys wanting to do the same. Links from …
 
Office 365 is so very helpful in so many ways, but most of us are really underutilizing its capabilities. Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway chat with Danielle DavisRoe about ten simple tips for getting more out of your Office 365 experience. Check out Danielle’s LinkedIn post, The Ten Most Popular Office 365 Tips For Lawyers, for insights that will sa…
 
In Anne Bremner’s work as a Seattle-based trial attorney, she saw a disturbing pattern—that high-profile cases often trending on Twitter challenge the concept “innocent until proven guilty,” as cases are tried online, as well as in courtroom proceedings. In this episode, the ABA Journal's Julianne Hill speaks to Bremner about the case of Amanda Kno…
 
In Anne Bremner’s work as a Seattle-based trial attorney, she saw a disturbing pattern—that high-profile cases often trending on Twitter challenge the concept “innocent until proven guilty,” as cases are tried online, as well as in courtroom proceedings. In this episode, the ABA Journal's Julianne Hill speaks to Bremner about the case of Amanda Kno…
 
The Supreme Court's inquiry into the source of the leak of its draft opinion in Dobbs failed to find the culprit among the clerks and permanent staff. Attorneys familiar with internal investigations pointed out that the report appeared carefully drafted to mislead the public without technically lying about the failure to investigate the people with…
 
Filed any frivolous lawsuits lately? Of course you haven’t, but sadly, many people think lawyers are just greedy manipulators who lie for a living. Not only does that hurt us personally, but it also undermines the foundation of our judicial system. Join today’s discussion about why there are so many lawyer misconceptions (and bad jokes) and what we…
 
At a crossroads in your career, or just starting out, and wondering if you should choose plaintiff or defense work? Your level of risk aversion and emotional sensitivity may be key indicators to consider. Hear the pros and cons of both sides as we compare cases, clients, and billable hours with defense attorney Steve Strum.…
 
Yes, it’s more of that pre-sentient AI everybody loves, ChatGPT! But first, we take a look at CallRail’s 2023 Marketing Outlook for Law Firms. ----- As a devotee of Lunch Hour Legal Marketing, CallRail’s 2023 Marketing Outlook for Law Firms offers you the chance to see how well you’ve been following along. But, regardless of whether the report surp…
 
Let’s look at your law firm’s culture when it comes to tech. It’s bottom up and top down, a full circle. You can’t delegate this stuff to one department or one level. Don’t be afraid of change. Embrace efficiencies. Be better. It’s not easy, but you can do this. Guests Anthony Seale and Isabel Parker understand today’s tech better than most, and th…
 
We depend on our first responders – firefighters, cops, emergency room workers – every day. They protect us from harm. But what happens when they need our help? Our guest Robert Wisniewski is a Certified Specialist in Workers’ Compensation law with the Arizona State Bar and a military veteran. Post-traumatic Stress Disorder is a real thing, PTSD. H…
 
How do you create a 1-page marketing plan? Is it possible to create a marketing strategy and plan that you will actually use and reference? And further, how do you change that plan as the world and industry evolves? Joining me for this episode is Allan Dib, a serial entrepreneur, rebellious marketer and #1 bestselling author. His book The 1-Page Ma…
 
In 2022, so many things changed. If you don’t love your job, this is your year. Find out if your pay, and job, measure up. Is your work arrangement still fair? Get out, join associations, network, and learn new skills. The pandemic showed us we can work from home if that’s what we want. Firms requiring workers to come back to the office risk losing…
 
There’s no “set it and forget it” for your law firm’s cybersecurity. Effective security is a continuing process, and the start of a new year is a great time to see how your firm is doing. Sharon Nelson and John Simek talk with David Ries about how to give your firm a cybersecurity checkup. They outline what lawyers need to include in their assessme…
 
This year, we have created a new Environmental Law series on Lawyer 2 Lawyer, where we will cover cradle to grave treatment of chemicals and our laws on environmental biology. In our first episode, we will spotlight the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) which addresses the manufacturing, processing, distribution, use, and disposal of commercial a…
 
You want to help people, and you want to use the law to do it. More and more, public interest law has become a popular career path for young lawyers. But how do you become a public interest lawyer? And what steps can you take to stand out in pursuing a public service legal career? To help answer these questions, Civil Rights Attorney, Public Policy…
 
Just like the body gets tired after a workout, the brain gets tired from making too many decisions. Stephanie talks with Decision Scientist Nika Kabiri about what decision fatigue actually is and offers advice on how to overcome it. Spoiler alert: you’re not a bad decision maker! Links from the episode: Your Next Decision More Than Just a Vocal Coa…
 
From the Great Resignation to candidate ghosting, most of the trends in the hiring market seem designed to give legal managers sleepless nights. The good news is that for every problem like chronic understaffing and flatlining employee engagement, there’s a solution that will help you secure the talent you need. In this podcast, we’ll discuss the s…
 
Expert Service Provider Janine McCartney from HHC Safety Engineering Services Inc. examines expert service provider techniques aimed at countering plaintiffs’ attorney arguments that encourage jurors to punish defendants.Autor: Legal Talk Network
 
You don’t have to figure out how to manage your law firm alone. Because, honestly, there are people out there who can do it way better. Jared chats with Margaret Burke about how outsourcing law firm management can save you time and boost your revenue. This time on the Rump Roast, Jared quizzes Margaret on the surprisingly dark endings of a variety …
 
Also, Joe Biden's documents elicit special counsel attention. A (now former) senior attorney at an Ohio law firm texted an associate blasting her for interviewing for another job while on maternity leave. The controversy laid bare the persistent threat of pregnancy discrimination, but also the ways these attitudes fester when management fails to ta…
 
After years of litigation, the check is literally sitting on your desk. All you have to do is sign that boilerplate settlement agreement and you’re done, right? Wrong. Pour a cup of coffee and take the time to read every word because the terms of confidentiality, liens, and indemnification could make a critical difference for your client or for you…
 
Did you know nursing homes and nuclear power plants are the two most regulated industries in America? Defense attorney Steve Strum is well versed in this complex practice area, having handled nearly 700 nursing home cases. Learn more about nursing home litigation in our wide-ranging discussion of the most common types of claims and defenses, as wel…
 
For some academics, researching, writing, editing and publishing a scholarly piece of work can take months, if not years, of painstaking effort, diligent commitment and rage-inducing frustration. In December, Andrew Perlman, the dean of the Suffolk University Law School, authored one in less time than it takes to watch an episode of the Game of Thr…
 
For some academics, researching, writing, editing and publishing a scholarly piece of work can take months, if not years, of painstaking effort, diligent commitment and rage-inducing frustration. In December, Andrew Perlman, the dean of the Suffolk University Law School, authored one in less time than it takes to watch an episode of the Game of Thr…
 
Legal experts discuss Alaska’s recent approval of the use of supervised non-lawyers to provide limited-scope legal assistance on the latest episode of LSC's “Talk Justice” podcast, released today. LSC President Ron Flagg hosts the conversation with guests Nikole Nelson, executive director of Alaska Legal Services Corporation (ALSC); Dr. Robert Onde…
 
How do litigators maintain relationships with in-house counsel and help their law firms keep clients for the long term? Effective client retention can be the difference between flourishing and failure, and for litigators the problem is exacerbated because cases can be one-off matters that don't naturally keep you in front of clients. To address thi…
 
With 2023 underway, the guys take a minute to see how they did on last year’s tech resolutions and talk through goals for the new year. Tune in for their approach to crafting resolutions with small steps and measurable victories. And, bottom line, don’t feel bad about giving up on a resolution that just isn’t bringing value to your life. As always,…
 
You probably have a LinkedIn profile. But, are you using it in a way that helps build your client portfolio, brand, and business? In this episode, meet new Lawyerist Lab coach Amy Grubb. She talks with Stephanie about how to build your LinkedIn profile and leverage that platform to grow your firm. Links from the episode: Lawyerist Lab If today’s po…
 
Recently retired Congresswoman Cheri Bustos (IL-17) and journalist and television personality, Gretchen Carlson, join our hosts Jonathan Amarilio and Maggie Mendenhall Casey for discussion about the Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act and the Speak Out Act which were both signed into law in late 2022 by President J…
 
The demanding hours and stressful work environments of the legal industry can often have detrimental effects on lawyers and legal professionals. Mental health issues among lawyers are notoriously prevalent, as are suicide, substance abuse and addiction. So, what exactly attributes to the severe stress, high burnout rates and mental health concerns …
 
It’s only the beginning. While Goodwin Procter announced a major round of attorney layoffs, Holland & Knight announced a blockbuster expansion by adding Waller Lansden. Two different paths both driven by industry uncertainty: should firms cut or grow their way out of declining demand? Also, Ginni Thomas kept doing Ginni Thomas things.…
 
We’re not talking about eating more veggies or actually using that old gym membership. Our thoughts about New Year’s resolutions for 2023 involve personal challenges to build and defend our boundaries, be brave and try something new. Take a moment for some sincere introspection and join us in our renewed resolve to give ourselves permission to get …
 
Attorney Amy Gunn of the Simon Law Firm hosts two legal podcasts and recently had the opportunity to interview Cris Arguedas, one of the finest criminal defense lawyers in the country. Find out why Cris is known as “the lawyer other lawyers would hire if they got arrested” and hear how she successfully represented clients from Hell’s Angels to Barr…
 
The New Year! A look back, a look ahead. Plus, resolutions you can start today that can make you even more prosperous in 2023. ----- It’s that time of year again; Conrad and Gyi put away the snow-globes and bring back the crystal ball—what can we say, orbs really tie the room together—and make their predictions for 2023. But, what good are prognost…
 
Many of the forensic sciences featured in shows like the ‘Forensic Files’ have been debunked and are now considered to be ‘Junk Science’... but that doesn’t mean that the people convicted under them are suddenly free. The Innocence Project’s Chris Fabricant is a nationally acclaimed author and expert on the use of forensic science. He and our execu…
 
This episode’s discussion around the Community Table: How to focus your practice. If you’re not known for something, you aren’t known for anything. The one thing all clients in every business want: A better life. How do your services make my life better? The steps you must take after firing an employee. It’s not just about the employee, it’s also a…
 
In the midst of a nightmarish judicial clerkship, Aliza Shatzman found that there was almost no protection for her, a lowly clerk, suffering harassment at the hands of a seemingly all-powerful judge. This experience and its aftermath spurred Aliza on to create The Legal Accountability Project. Host DeMario Thornton talks with Aliza about how the Pr…
 
Pursuing wellbeing through mindfulness helps legal professionals thrive in practice, and part of that focus should be kindness, not just to others, but to ourselves. Molly Ranns and JoAnn Hathaway talk with Katie Stanley about how caring for ourselves improves our emotional intelligence—a proven marker of greater success in legal practice. Katie sh…
 
Dahlia Lithwick and the Legitimacy of the Supreme Court: In Part II of our wide-ranging conversation with Dahlia Lithwick, we move from discussing the lawyers in her book, Lady Justice: Women, the Law, and the Battle to Save America, to the legitimacy of the Supreme Court and the critical role lawyers play in our society.…
 
Dahlia Lithwick, award-winning lawyer, author, commentator, and podcaster reminds us that we all have a role to play in protecting our rights. Her book, "Lady Justice", celebrates the important role that women lawyers have played in pursuing justice and equality. She reminds us that we each need to step up, educate ourselves on the issues, and do t…
 
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