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Above the Law - Thinking Like a Lawyer
The Jury is Out

EP407 – Presenting Damages in Closing Arguments

When you ask for damages, you expect jurors to put a tangible number on an intangible loss.  How can you help them decide upon a full and fair amount? In our continuing...

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The Jury is Out
Heels in the Courtroom

EP613 – “If the Heels Fit, Wear Them Well: Loving Your Career at Every Stage” Part Two

Even though you are a successful female attorney, do you ever feel like this career is not for you? You’re not alone. Women attorneys are twice as likely to make an early...

Heels in the Courtroom
Lunch Hour Legal Marketing

Working From Home Or Living At Work? || Why No One Likes Your Law Firm

How setting boundaries when working from home can make you happier, plus knowing the difference between building brand recognition and building brand affinity. —– Like it or not, the pandemic opened Pandora’s...

Lunch Hour Legal Marketing
Workers Comp Matters

Longshoremen and Workers’ Comp Act — Coverage, Benefits and Compensation

Longshore and Harbor Workers injured on the job are protected by specific federal rules. Take a 30-minute primer from an experienced attorney.

Workers Comp Matters
The Un-Billable Hour

The Right Tech: Get Control of Your Practice Management Software

Let’s talk about practice management, tech, and production. How do you find and apply the right tech tools that help you deliver what you’ve promised to your clients? Acquiring new clients, moving...

The Un-Billable Hour
Counsel Cast

How is speaking a marketing strategy? with Grant Baldwin

How is speaking a marketing strategy? How can you leverage speaking to grow your presence, your reputation, your firm, and bring on new clients? As founder and CEO of The Speaker Lab,...

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Counsel Cast
Legal Toolkit

Legal Tech’s Second Wave, A Different Take on Diversity in Business, and The Legal Toolkit Law Review Hour

Many business leaders are mis-educated about what diversity is, and, as such, lack the ability to support it in their organizations. Jared brings on diversity coach Dr. James Rodgers to learn about...

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Legal Toolkit
Kennedy-Mighell Report

Generative AI — Is It Going to Steal Your Job?

Uh-oh, the robots are gunning for your jobs again. Or… are they? Generative AI has the ability to analyze existing knowledge and then produce its very own creative content, with varying results...

Kennedy-Mighell Report
@theBar

Starved Rock Murders: The Case for Chester Weger’s Innocence

In March 1960, Illinois Starved Rock State Park became the site of the brutal murder and possible sexual assault of three middle-aged women who were visiting the park from nearby Chicago. Authorities...

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@theBar
Digital Detectives

The Ethics of Communicating with Your Clients and Using Your Smartphone

Communicating with clients is essential to good lawyering, but doing so without proper precautions could set you up for trouble. Sharon Nelson and John Simek discuss the ethics of lawyer communications with...

Digital Detectives
Lawyerist Podcast

#417: Choosing to Stay a Small Firm, with Katie Roe

For some small law firm owners, growth isn’t the goal. In this episode, Sara talks with former Lawyerist Lab member Katie Roe about how and why she built her firm with the...

Lawyerist Podcast
ABA Journal: Modern Law Library

‘By Hands Now Known’ shines light on cold cases of lynchings and racial violence

By Hands Now Known: Jim Crow's Legal Executioners examines how the federal government enabled the subjugation of Black Americans; the relationship between racial violence and political power; and community resistance to Jim...

ABA Journal: Modern Law Library
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Reclaiming Democracy

David Pepper returns with a wake-up call to reclaim our democracy.

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