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  • May 7, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

Video jury trials here to stay? | Rituals and transitions | RFID chipping employees | Newsletters the new blogs?

Over the past year, there’s been much discussion, debate, and suspicion about holding the most sacrosanct court proceedings via video. A growing consensus is that the pandemic caused the judicial branch to advance technologically for...

Zoom and coffee
  • May 6, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

New narrative podcast amplifies voices of young lawyers

Young Lawyer Rising may be a new podcast, but the hosts sound like radio vets out of the gate. There’s a reason why Sonia Russo and Mathew Kerbis come across as practiced broadcast professionals.  For...

  • Apr 30, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

‘Radium Girls’ and workplace safety | Press under arrest | Growth of legal-adjacent careers | Becoming an influencer

One of the benefits of listening to podcasts is getting the opportunity to hear directly from people intimately involved with the stories they’re sharing.  Independent filmmaker Ginny Mohler came across the story of “dial painters”...

Radium Girls movie poster
  • Apr 23, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

$2K per hour? | WFH hacks worth keeping | Chauvin trial strategies examined

Revelations about former AG Eric Holder’s $2,295 hourly billing rate created a media buzz. Is the rate (which as reported reflects a 10% discount) too high? Or is it completely fair given Holder’s specialized expertise?...

Dollar signs
  • Apr 16, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

Editor’s Picks: Secret’s out, clients are on TikTok | Why AI matters to the military | Why subscription models make sense

The last thing anyone wants is one more social media platform to learn. I was solidly in that camp. But I’m afraid it’s finally time to bite the bullet on TikTok and get my sea...

  • Apr 9, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

Editor’s Picks: Reputation management and the birth of Gritty | ‘Spark of life’ evidence | Young Lawyer Rising

There’s really never any risk that a conversation with Jared Correia will be boring. That said, when I saw his latest podcast featured reputation management, I was expecting a fairly straightforward interview. I should have...

Gritty, the Philadelphia Flyers mascot
  • Mar 26, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

Editor’s Picks: Legal Trends for Solos | BigLaw Bonuses | Lead Magnets | ‘Watergate Girl’ Dishes

Clio broke new ground five years ago by turning its internal data outward and sharing what it was learning about the legal profession. The Legal Trends Report quickly gained prominence in the industry data space...

Watergate Girl book cover
  • Mar 12, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

Editor’s Picks: Decamping to the Tropics | Google for Trial Courts | Infectious Disease Niche | Making Booze

Even with vaccines on the horizon, decamping to a tropical paradise sounds absolutely dreamy about now. That may be because the Midwest, while sunnier these days, is still prone to snow and bitter cold in...

Beach in Puerto Rico
  • Mar 5, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

Editor’s Picks: ‘Cat Lawyer’ Debriefed | Tapping a Tech-Enabled ‘Second Brain’ | Unlocking Creativity

If there’s an instance made for puns (and memes), the Texas case with the now-viral and hilarious kitten filter mishap is one for the ages. State Bar of Texas Podcast host Rocky Dhir digs deep...

I'm not a cat meme
  • Feb 25, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

Editor’s Picks: Prodigal Podcast Host Returns | Win Clients for Free | Banned from Parler

There are anniversary shows, and then there are grinding of gears, prodigal-son-returns-in-all-his-explicit-glory shows.  Like a blast from the past, former Above the Law editor Eli Mystal joins Thinking Like A Lawyer co-hosts Joe Patrice and...

Confetti
  • Feb 16, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

#OTR Roundup: News Bar Leaders Can Use to Connect, Engage & Assess

On the Road took a virtual trip to the National Conference of Bar Presidents midyear meeting to highlight signature programs on innovation, ideas worth stealing, best uses of data, and rooting out racial bias.  The...

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  • Feb 11, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

Editor’s Picks: Red Notices & INTERPOL | Virtual Onboarding | Spoiling ‘Reptile Theory’

Researching something completely different, I stumbled upon a blog and niche area of practice that sent me down a rabbit hole for more info. Michelle Estlund’s blog Red Notice Law Journal introduced me to a...

Red Notice film promo
  • Feb 5, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

Executive Orders Reviewed | Fashion & the Law Explored | How Highlight Reels Can Energize & Humanize

Executive orders are flying out of the Oval Office faster than the news cycle. The orders cover a wide variety of issues: mask mandates, the Keystone XL pipeline, and travel bans. Are they all legal...

Highlight Reel
  • Jan 28, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

Legal Tech Talk: Journey to the Cloud | Maturity Level Guide | and the Future of Work

Amid devastating headlines about the devastation and disruption of the pandemic,  there are robust conversations about the role technology is playing in keeping legal professionals connected and in business. So it’s no surprise that tech...

Connective via video technology
  • Jan 21, 2021
  • by Molly McDonough

Editor’s Picks: Make Common Sense Prevail | Redefine the Hub at Firms, Conferences

Thanks to Lawyerist Podcast host Stephanie Everett for tips on simples ways to start the day with a positive outlook. Everett tells co-host Laura Briggs how she thoughtfully picks three things she’s grateful for each...

Complicated Remote Control