Lee Holcomb talks about her career path, her new book Lawyer Lifestyle, and how, with technology, women lawyers can find a voice and position in a challenging and constantly changing legal market.
John Strohmeyer talks about his time working at The Four Seasons Hotel, and how he is using his experience working there with his law firm.
Annie Duke talks about decision making, how poker is similar to the decision-making process in business, and some of the decision-making traps we fall into.
Shannon Montgomery talks about the differences between building a business around a brand versus building a brand around your business.
Nic Kusmich talks about how to advertise on Facebook.
Nathana Sharma talks about what blockchain is, what it does, why it is so interesting, and what it has to do with the legal industry.
Jim Sheils talks about why family sometimes falls to the wayside as a working professional, and how to balance success at work with success at home.
Stephanie Everett talks about what a mastermind group is and some of the benefits of both joining and creating one.
Jordan Harbinger talks about how he went from being a pick-up artist to being a thought leader on social dynamics.
Jordan Furlong talks about the difference between owning a law firm and working for one and how knowing the difference can help law firms function.
Amy Morin talks about what it means to be mentally strong and the steps it takes to get there.
Jeff Glover talks about substance abuse and addiction—what it is and what treatment looks like.
Hilarie Bass talks about some of issues facing the legal industry in 2018 and how the ABA is responding those issues.
Tom Martin talks about the chatbot fad and how chatbots are being implemented, and not just as gimmicks.
Guest Ashley Cox on what onboarding new employees means, why it matters, and what it looks like in a business.
Jeff Cohen talks about some of the successes, road bumps, and stories from his journey as a child actor to owning a successful entertainment law practice.
Nicole Abboud discusses the benefits of tailoring your firm to meet the demands of a growing millennial clientele.
Gabriel Cheong talks about billing flat fees in unpredictable cases, like contested divorces.
Michael Port shares seven steps for mapping out your next oral argument.
Merlin Mann discusses the relationship between personal productivity and organizational productivity and how they relate to work-life balance.
David Sparks shares ten ways lawyers can get more from their iPhones.
Jordan Couch explains what his workflow used to look like without Trello, what it looks like now, and how he balances his workflow using Trello and other tools.
In this episode of the Lawyerist podcast, Brooke Moore gives us a snapshot of her client-centric, virtual law firm.
Guest Karin Conroy talks about the key factors in making your website both functional and effective.
Natalie Kelly discusses some of the roadblocks that are stopping lawyers from addressing challenges in their firms.
Patrick Palace talks about how lawyers can help make legal services affordable to all consumers.
Stephanie Everett, Community Director at Lawyerist, talks about the big picture of what Lawyerist is up to and what the one-year road map looks like for Lab members.
From documentation processes to mailing resources, Lori Gonzalez shares how to improve your law firm with the simplest of legal technology tools.
Ryan Holiday talks about the big takeaways for lawyers from the Gawker-Hulk Hogan lawsuit and how lawyers can learn resilience from modern stoicism.
This week Jennifer Gerstenzang joins us to talk about her innovative legal coaching and family advocacy services, which help defendants and their families effectively navigate criminal defense charges.
This week, Megan Zavieh joins us to discuss the byzantine advertising rules imposed on lawyers. Plus, we also talk about her new chatbot and podcast, Lawyers Gone Ethical.
Boutique general counsel law firm owner and lawyer Kim Bennett talks about her approach to flat/fixed fees, adapting and responding to client needs over time, and generally running a successful firm in 2018.
In this episode with Joey Coleman, we talk about what client experience really is and why it’s important—especially during the first 100 days.
In this episode with Conor Malloy, we talk about some of the technologies Conor has built into his firm, and how those tools have changed the structure of his law practice.
Paul Spiegelman talks about how developing an internal law firm culture is a recipe for success.
Mitch Jackson discusses augmented reality with Sam, including what it is and how it can be useful in the courtroom.
How to prepare to hire, find the best applicants for your law firm, and set up a new employee or independent contractor for success.
Goals, successes, and design of the British Columbia’s Online Civil Resolution Tribunal.
How to claim and optimize your Google My Business profile for your law firm and effectively collect client feedback to improve your practice.
Why intake is the key to Billy's success, and how her firm uses empathy and data to strategically optimize the intake process.
Using technology and the design process to approach systemic problems in the legal industry and what to do for justice to be accessible for everyone.
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold talk with Sam about the way they think differently about building Counter Tax Lawyers, a law firm that develops innovative strategies for resolving tax disputes.
Erin Levine explains how her experience as a divorce lawyer led her to build Hello Divorce, a web-based DIY divorce portal.
In this episode we're joined by Alan Sugarman to talk about the landmark case that opened up access to law and ultimately resulted in more options for online legal research today.
Sam Glover talks with Dean Cardinale, a professional "adventurer," about achieving big goals, and how you can apply the same knowledge to leverage your business aspirations.
Attorney branding specialist Nicole Abboud talks about the benefits of tailoring your firm to meet the demands of a growing millennial clientele.
How can making legal technology and innovation a priority in law schools can help shape a legal market that benefits both lawyers and their potential clients.
Deaf-blind civil rights lawyer and accessibility advocate Haben Girma talks about accessible justice and how designing courts, law firms, and the attorney-client relationship for people with disabilities can increase access to justice for everyone.
Laura Genoves talks about being one of the first Limited Licensed Legal Technicians in Washington State and the differences between a legal technician and a practicing attorney, including everything from education costs to how each can practice.
Financial advisor mentor Brad Johnson talks about why financial advisors find it so difficult to build referral networks with lawyers.
How may stress be sabotaging your clients and getting in the way of your ability to represent them?
Sam Glover is the founder and Editor in Chief of Lawyerist.com. Sam helps lawyers understand the economic, demographic, and...
Aaron Street is the co-founder and CEO of Lawyerist.com. In addition to his work growing Lawyerist’s community of small firm...
Lisa Needham is the Deputy Editor of Lawyerist.com, the Editor-in-Chief of Bitter Lawyer, teaches legal writing at Mitchell Hamline...