Did you ever think of starting your own bankruptcy practice? New Solo host and solo practitioner, Attorney Kyle R. Guelcher chats with Attorney Christina M. Turgeon, about some of the pros and cons of opening a bankruptcy practice, professional organizations a new lawyer should join when starting a bankruptcy law practice and important resources that would assist a new bankruptcy law practitioner.
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The legal job market has been greatly impacted by the down economy, but has there been a turnaround? Attorney and co-host J. Craig Williams welcomes Attorney Charles “Chad” Volkert, Executive Director of Robert Half Legal, to give an update on the legal job market. Attorney Volkert talks about the current job market for lawyers and recent law school graduates and offers advice for job seekers.
In The News – The Foreclosure Crisis
The largest bankruptcy case in U.S. history is playing out before us with the fall of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., creating chaos in the financial community. Join co-hosts and Law.com bloggers, J. Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi, as they talk to the top legal experts, Attorney John D. Penn, Partner at the firm, Haynes and Boone, LLP and Attorney Victor Bass, Partner at the firm, Burns & Levinson LLP, about how lawyers will unravel the company’s assets, what will happen to stockholders and customers along with the impact of all that on the economy. Hear their take on the legal options and strategies being used in this unprecedented case.
Coast to Coast, with Robert Ambrogi and J. Craig Williams from Law.com’s arsenal of law bloggers, takes up a discussion of the new bankruptcy law that has bankruptcy attorneys’ offices swamped! Our special guests are Attorney Henry Sommer, a leading authority on consumer bankruptcy and Editor-in-Chief of Collier on Bankruptcy from Philadelphia and Attorney Gibson Pagter, Jr. a bankruptcy lawyer from the firm Pagter and Miller, APLC, of Santa Ana, California. Join us as we sort through the first major revision in U-S bankruptcy law in a quarter century!