On the Road
Legal Talk Network On the Road covers the latest conferences, bar meetings, industry events, and trade shows. Often recorded live from the conference room floor our hosts interview bar presidents, committee and section chairs, and other leaders to offer an exclusive look at the biggest events in legal, as well as what is on the horizon for those who practice law.
Zach Warren talks about everything that went on during Legalweek 2019.
A panel of law librarians talk about their presentation about getting lawyers to use new tools.
David Fisher and Neeraj Rajpal discuss the creation of the ecosystem for blockchain technology in the legal community and the upcoming Global Legal Hackathon, a platform for experiential education and innovation for the legal industry.
Christian Lang, organizer of Inspire Legal, talks about the vision of the conference.
Ralph Baxter talks about his career as a legal innovator.
Mark Yacano and Hari Osofsky talk about their un-panel, “How will technology impact the makeup of law firms,” and discuss how law students should train for the new legal marketplace.
Dan Linna and Dera Nevin talk about the role of lawyers (if any) in evaluating legal technology.
Dan Rodriguez talks about his participation in a “un-panel” that had an open discussion about the cost of legal education.
Bob Carlson discusses many of the issues surrounding the immigration crisis and the effect the government shutdown has had on immigration courts.
Judy Perry Martinez discusses a variety of topics including lawyer wellness, immigration, gun violence, legal education, and legal technology.
Judge Bernice Donald and Bill Choyke talk about the fate of Jewish lawyers in the Third Reich.
Bill Burnett discusses how lawyers can improve their practices and solve problems with design-thinking — a methodology for innovation, strategy, and reinvention.
Mathew Shurka, Alphonso David, and Jocelyn Samuels discuss the practice of conversion therapy and talk about their advocacy efforts and dedication to raising awareness about this issue.
Rebecca Sandefur discusses her research into digital access to justice tools and how they seek to innovate these tools in order to empower people to understand and act on their legal problems.
Salvatore Russo, Alex Johnson, Steve Wermiel, and Jim Hanks talk about the presentation titled “Tinker at 50: Student Rights at the Schoolhouse Gates and Beyond”.
Hilarie Bass, Terry Harrell, and John Berry talk about their involvement in the ABA’s Working Group to Advance Wellbeing in the Legal Profession.
Chad Burton talks about ABA Blueprint and how lawyers can utilize it to enter information about their firms and get valuable recommendations on practice management.
Bernice Donald, Michele Neitz, Sarah Redfield, Ronald Kramer talk about socioeconomic bias in the justice system.
Karen Grisez, Larry Schneider, and Dora Schriro discuss a sneak preview of the ABA report on reforming the U.S. Immigration Removal System.
Karen Hutchins talks about what the National Association of Bar Executives is currently working on.
A panel at the ABA Midyear Meeting talk about their varying involvement in public interest law and pro bono opportunities.
Judge Nannette Baker and Judge Tim Brooks talk about the national conference of federal trial judges, which judges attend, and what key issues they talk about during the meeting.
Dr. Davina Durgana and George Jenkot talk about human trafficking and its role in the casino industry.
Barbara Bavis talks about where you can research legal topics for free.
Kerri Ruttenberg talks about how images impact people's presentations, why it’s so important to have them, and how to get your message out there through design.
Jeffrey T. Frederick talks about how to master voir dire and jury selection.
Live from the San Diego County Bar Association, tune in to hear the latest about what lawyers should know about legal technology today. In this On The Road, host Adriana Linares welcomes guest speaker, Dan Lear, to talk about five important trends that solo and small law firms should pay attention to in the legal...
Jim Lambe and Janet Hong talk about what makes jury selection a crucial part of the trial process and how attorneys can efficiently handle the different aspects of jury voir dire.
Suma Peesapati, Jennifer Novak, and Jon Rohrer talk about the CLA’s Environmental Law Section and enforcement issues that non-environmental lawyers should pay attention to.
Neil Wertlieb talks about imminent changes to the California Rules of Professional Conduct.
Shirin Forootan and Tamara Freeze share the top things companies should do in order to avoid employment lawsuits.
Erin Gerstenzang and Megan Zavieh talk about how lawyers can use Twitter and other forms of social media the right way.
Michael Iseri talks about the change of cyber security and how law firms can be more safe with their data and client data.
Larry Wayte and Juanita Brooks talk about examining an expert at trial, how they approach it, and what questions or words to avoid.
Robert Klein, Sabrina Green, Steven Mayer, Philip Shapiro, and Sarah Redparth talk the benefits of being a member of the Solo and Small Firm Section and what to expect at the solo and small firms summit.
Cynthia Elkins talks about the role of an independent contractor, classifying the difference between them and regular employees, and attributes of being an employee w2.
Lauren Powe talks about the California Young Lawyers Association (CYLA) and what they offer to attorneys in their first eight years of practice.
Brian Baird talks about Americans' ability to distinguish facts from opinions and the effect this is having on our democracy.
Heather Rosing, Pam Wilson, Jim Hill, Chip Wilkins, and Emilio Varanini talk about what the CLA leadership looks like after their split from the State Bar and the goals they have for the future of the association.
Douglas Combs and Rick Bozarth talk about their plans to revitalize Oklahoma’s Access to Justice Commission.
Katherine Alteneder discusses how her organization aims to create an environment in the civil justice system that is supportive of unrepresented litigants.
Rod Ring talks about what the Oklahoma Bar Association Access to Justice Committee is doing to help low-income people have greater access to legal services.
Eric Hallett, Richard Klinge, Dillon Turman, and Michael Figgins talk about access to justice in housing law.
Ryan Gentzler and Anna Carpenter discuss the ways data helps them advocate for fair policies and services for low-income people.
Judge Jonathan Lippman talks about his work and views on equal access to justice.
Jim Sandman talks about the justice gap: the difference between the civil legal needs of low-income Americans and the resources available to meet those needs.
Michael Turpen discusses the ideals behind the civil Gideon movement.
Kimberly Hays talks about justice gap issues in family law and how they can be addressed.
Cat Moon talks about a human-centered design for law and the power of curiosity to drive innovation in the legal profession.
Ed Walters and Michael Sander talk about how data analytics make legal services less risky for clients and give a strategic advantage to lawyers in litigation.
Gyi Tsakalakis and Kelly Street discuss content marketing, the differences between SEM and SEO, and the importance of using Google My Business.
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