Your Host
Stephanie Francis Ward

Stephanie Francis Ward, a legal affairs writer, joined the ABA Journal staff in 2001. Stephanie had worked as a...

Episode Notes

Language is a living thing. New words and phrases—or even grammatical shifts—mean that a lexicographer’s work is never truly complete. This month, we’re speaking with Bryan A. Garner, the editor-in-chief of Black’s Law Dictionary, president of LawProse Inc. and author of the ABA Journal column Bryan Garner on Words. He’ll share with us what goes on behind the scenes to produce Black’s Law Dictionary, and give us some sneak peeks into what fresh material the newly released 10th edition has to offer.

Brought to You by
Newsletter

Notify me when there’s a new episode!

Episode Details
Published: July 7, 2014
Podcast: ABA Journal: Asked and Answered
Podcast
ABA Journal: Asked and Answered
ABA Journal: Asked and Answered

Featuring top of the industry guests discussing various legal topics.

Listen & Subscribe
  Apple Podcasts
  Google Play
Recent Episodes
05/20/19
Civics beyond Schoolhouse Rock

ABA President Bob highlights the survey’s most surprising findings, and discusses the ABA’s plans for the data and ideas for how Americans can improve...

04/29/19
Where the Jobs Are: Hot careers for the Class of 2019

Valerie Fontaine of SeltzerFontaine speaks about potential slowdowns and how lawyers can be thinking ahead to recession-proof their practices.

03/25/19
Your client’s gone viral–now what?

Pete Wentz shares how to address online controversies at the right time and what commonly given legal advice turns out to be the least...

02/25/19
Bullying from the Bench: How to cope in court

Roula Allouch gives advice and information about tactics you can use to protect yourself from a bully on the bench without hurting your client's...

01/28/19
Finding the Right Fit: Creating a career you love

Samorn Selim shares what she learned about finding the right career fit.

01/02/19
Creating Order: Lifestyle tips for disorganized lawyers

Janet Taylor shares tips and tricks for conquering mounds of paperwork and constantly losing house keys.