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Roses stained the color of a Hallmark gift card will eventually die. Hallmark gift cards will eventually end up in the trash. And it doesn’t matter what you get, that box of chocolates will eventually be empty and also end up in the trash. This Valentine’s Day, give the lawyer you love something that’s free and easy to share… legal podcasts! We’ve picked some of our favorite podcasts about love, relationships, and how great lawyers are so you can really spoil the legal professionals you hold most dear. Thanks for sharing the love and happy Valentine’s Day from Legal Talk Network!
Nancy Levit, co-author of The Happy Lawyer: Making a Good Life in the Law, talks about how to fall in love with your career even when it’s not love at first sight.
This episode of the Legal Toolkit features Dana and Keith Cutler, stars of the new TV show “Couples Court with the Cutlers.” The courtly couple, who have been married for 27 years, flex their relationship know-how both in their show and in this podcast.
Few relationships are worth writing a book about but to Bryan Garner, Justice Antonin Scalia was a mentor, a collaborator, and most importantly, a friend. Bryan talks about this friendship in this episode of the ABA Journal: Modern Law Library.
Contrary to popular belief, social media isn’t just for pictures of dogs and engagement announcements, it’s also for lawyers who want to share the love. Kevin O’Keefe shares how to use online networking for legal marketing.
Give Valentines all year round by building trust with your clients and fellow attorneys. Jason Treu provides practical steps lawyers can take to improve their networking skills.
Jessie Kornberg, Shamika T. Askew-Storay, and Ricky Patel know a thing or two about sharing the love. Bob Ambrogi talks to them about how they give to their community year round in this episode of Lawyer 2 Lawyer.
As nice and pretty as Valentines are, there’s more to give, especially as a lawyer. Conni Hebert pro bono work and the importance of finding pro bono activities that empassion and engage you.
Relationships between lawyers and their clients are special things. Michael Chasin talks about Client Relationship Management (CRM) and how it can help solo and small firm lawyers with client intake as well as marketing.
Even tough lawyers shouldn’t always go it alone. Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell talk collaboration and the importance of working together.
Sam graduated from Hope College in May 2016 and has just recently emerged into the online marketing world via Lawgical. She likes dogs, cameras, and short walks on the beach because she burns easily.