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Tom Martin talks about the chatbot fad and how chatbots are being implemented, and not just as gimmicks.
Renee Thompson and Zack Zuroweste talk about how law firms can prepare for and recover from natural disasters.
John Strohmeyer and Teresa Waldrop talk about why podcasts are useful and how effective they can be to help improve your practice.
Nicole Abboud discusses the benefits of tailoring your firm to meet the demands of a growing millennial clientele.
Matt Crockett talks about his own textbook and how it helped both him and his students.
John Browning talks about pitfalls seen from using social media and what lawyers can do to avoid them.
Pamela Buchmeyer joins us today to talk about the role of humor in the legal profession. as well as discussing her late father, Jerry Buchmeyer, and his column, which is now hers.
Gabriel Cheong talks about billing flat fees in unpredictable cases, like contested divorces.
Richard Bush, Steven Teppler, Henry Paul, Judy Rushlow, and John Berry join us as they speak on the topic of the 2018 Masters Seminar on Ethics, which includes the most common ethics issues lawyers encounter.
Jeena Cho explains how meditation helped her with her stress and how implementing this could help attorneys with their practice.