Lawyers make up one of the hardest-working professions – no one here denies that! But what do lawyers do outside the courtroom and the legal practice? Coast to Coast is going to shatter the belief that lawyers are one dimensional people, dominated by the minute details of the law. Join Law.com bloggers and attorneys J....
|Lawyer 2 Lawyer|
Lawyers make up one of the hardest-working professions – no one here denies that! But what do lawyers do outside the courtroom and the legal practice? Coast to Coast is going to shatter the belief that lawyers are one dimensional people, dominated by the minute details of the law. Join Law.com bloggers and attorneys J. Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi as they look into the “Fun Side of Lawyers.” Our nationwide search for ‘fun’ lawyers turned up our guests on this show: Attorney Noley Bice, General Counsel at the Baylor University Law School – he’s an Elvis Presley impersonator; Attorney Elena Albamonte, who has spent most of her legal career at the Federal Government – she’s the President of Lawyers in Love; Attorney Grant Hardacre from Blum, Propper & Hardacre, Inc.- he’s the President of the Association of Surfing Lawyers and; Attorney Paul Kenney, trial lawyer and partner at Kenney & Conley, P.C., host on Legal Talk Network- he is a musician, composer, book author and screenwriter. Don’t miss the fun.
|Published:||June 29, 2006|
|Podcast:||Lawyer 2 Lawyer|
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