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.
Samantha Howell and Tristia Bauman discuss what lawyers can do to help, from recognizing and respecting homeless people they see to providing pro bono services.
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ABA legends talk about their time at the ABA including their successes and the impact they’ve seen the ABA have on the expansion of access to legal services for all.
How to leverage digital media as a tool to guide conversation towards legal services for low income clients.
Kimberly Sanchez talks to John Pollock and Andrew Sherer about how the Trump administration’s attitude towards immigration is affecting change and the local-level governmental response.
Kimberly Sanchez talks to Patrick Arenz, Faith Morse, Vincent Nappo, and Martina Vandenberg about what makes taking on human trafficking cases as a pro bono attorney worthwhile.
Kimberly Sanchez interviews Ellen Lawton, April Faith-Slaker, and Amy Johnson about research in legal innovation, why it’s important for access to justice, and current research methodologies they’re using.
Michael Hofrichter, Pablo Almaguer, and Jeff Baker discuss the importance of pro bono lawyers in disaster relief and how lawyers (and other legal professionals) can get involved.
Government funding is one of the principle sources of funding for legal aid programs but convincing politicians to fund these programs can seem like a huge obstacle. Experts discuss the complex issue of educating donors about what legal aid is.
We talk about establishing guiding principles of ethics in legal technology in order to close the communication gap between tech companies and the justice system.
Deon Woods Bell, Hugh Stevenson, Babatunde Irukera, David Ong’Olo, Atef Amin Yacoub, and Luyamba Mpamba Kapembwa discuss consumer protection priorities and trends for Egypt, Nigeria, Zambia, and Kenya.
Kevin O’Connor and Phyllis Marcus explain the data protection laws in the US and EU and how current events are affecting today's regulation.
Subrata Bhattacharjee, Ian Simmons, and Hill Wellford give their thoughts about how Asian countries apply antitrust laws and what impact this may have on U.S. antitrust lawyers.
Scott Martin and Bruce Simon talk about transitioning from the defendant to the plaintiff side, working on cases and obstacles they face as plaintiff attorney.
Suzanne Wachsstock, Forrest Treat, and Gail Levine talk about their experience and education leading up to their current roles and advice for students and lawyers entering the field.
Vic Domen, Gwendolyn Cooley, and Trish Conners talk about the role they play when it comes to antitrust and consumer protection law.
Doug Ross and Jeff Brennan discuss their opinions about what’s going on with health care antitrust.
Anora Wang and Tom York interview antitrust professors Bill Kovacic and Andy Gavil about the new policy debate.
Balancing a career and your life can already be complicated and time consuming, so why should you join or become engaged in the ABA Section of Antitrust Law? In this report from the ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2018, host Chris Yook interviews April Tabor from the Federal Trade Commission and Paula Martucci,...
Matt Joseph interviews Christie Grymes Thompson from Kelley Drye’s Advertising, Marketing, and Consumer Product Safety practice groups and Lesley Fair, senior attorney in the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) Bureau of Consumer Protection, about what’s new and interesting in the world of consumer protection law.
Hilla Shimshoni talks to Rani Habash and Danielle Haugland about their advice for young lawyers seeking a career in antitrust, and career and related resources that the ABA provides.
Lisa Phelan and Niall Lynch talk about the latest trends in criminal cartel enforcement including the reasons behind the lull in fines, changes in federal policy, and international antitrust cartel patterns.
Paula Render, partner at Jones Day, and John Snyder, partner at Alston & Bird, talk about the developments and trends in merger and acquisition antitrust law.
Cat Moon talks about how the conference can help legal problem solving, which direction SoLi will go next year, and changes in Vanderbilt’s curriculum.
Wendy Callaghan gives her input about the significance of the hackathon in creating technology to improve accessibility.
Nita Sanger, Wolters Kluwer’s Head of Innovation, talks about trends like artificial intelligence, blockchain, and machine learning.
Michal Paprocki, George Beaton, and Leo Elduayen are judges at the 2018 Global Hackathon. Tune in as the three talk about the technology trends they see both in the hackathon and in the legal industry at large.
David Fisher and Dera Nevin talk about how they used the #ToTheMars Tour to build community and connect groups working on similar products.
Spicekit is a platform which allows collective legal action through the vehicle of class actions.
Tune in as we talk to the developers of 2Sign, a Canadian based app, that allows the average person to use contracts without a lawyer.
Decoding Law and INCO-herent both talk about how their team became one and what their projects can do to help others, as well as how to make difficult terms more accessible.
Helpself is a tool that gives access to expungement forms and the filing process via an easy to use, step by step process.
Sonder.ai talks about how their consensus-finding engine can work for you and how it ultimately simplifies the negotiation process.
LexLucid and LemonAid discuss the process for their projects, the challenges they faced, and how they are making their ideas a reality.
Apresente-se and ANIKA, two teams that were apart of the Global Legal Hackathon 2018, talk about their experience creating these new technologies and what makes their particular projects special.
Revealu is a team that created a product which requests data footprint information from companies like Facebook.
Host Aileen Schultz and guest Esther Dediashvili discuss raising awareness about the benefits of technology in Israel and the role the Global Legal Hackathon played in developing tangible solutions.
Alex Muncey and Amy Braunz talk to Paul Wambua about building trust into the banking system in Kenya using mobile technology and blockchain.
Ashton Addison talks about the purpose and benefits of smart contracts both generally and in the ticketing industry specifically.
Lawyers/authors Larry Port, Zachary Bambacht, Maria Barbera, Tom Mighell, Dennis Kennedy, and Dave Maxfield discuss their books and how they have balanced their writing process with their full-time careers.
Host Laurence Colletti gathers together some of the most vocal access to justice ranters on Twitter so they can share their ideas in real life.
Michael Spekter talks about how on-demand staffing is evolving to meet the needs of firms.
Dennis Kennedy and Chuki Obiyo discuss how to use Linkedin to its full potential.
Josh Poje and Zachary Bambacht talk about ABA TECHSHOW 2018 from a Law Practice Division perspective.
Nerino Petro and Bryan Sims discuss how correctly using PDF software can save law firms time, money, and even bring them a little happiness along the way.
Judy Selby and Sharon Nelson discuss cyber risk management and why it’s necessary for a law firm.
Heidi Alexander and Mary Vandenack talk about basic technologies that every law firm should have that will give them back wasted hours.
Co-chairs of ABA TECHSHOW Tom Mighell and Debbie Foster talk about all things TECHSHOW including the move to a new location, the new tracks, and the wellness programs.
Chelsey Lambert talks about marketing automation and why it’s worth the investment.
Excel has proved itself as a valuable tool for lawyers and law firms but there are features and functions that you might not know about that could really change the way you practice. Tune in for Excel tips and tricks that will save you money, time, and energy.
The most successful legal startups truly know their customers. Make sure you have a market before you launch your startup. And other tips from Bob Ambrogi and Andrew Arruda.
How can lawyers and law firms thrive amidst the rising popularity of self-help legal technology? Experts Catherine Sanders Reach and Nicole Bradick discuss in this legal podcast.
Laurence Colletti serves as the producer at Legal Talk Network where he combines his passion for web-based media with...