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The news, explained. Join Sharon Brettkelly & Emile Donovan every weekday as they make sense of the big stories with the country’s best journalists and experts. Made possible by RNZ & NZ On Air. Produced by Newsroom. Listen on RNZ National at 6.30pm Monday-Thursday.
 
In season 1, XXceedingly Persuasive (Mackenzie Joy Brennan, Court Attorney for the NY Supreme Court, and Brooke Rogers, politics writer), tackles the fearsome world of law and policy one issue at a time. XXceedingly Persuasive offers nuanced analyses in digestible doses-- adding the cultural, historical and political context to current issues. As young women from different backgrounds and fields, Mackenzie and Brooke show that these issues can be hashed out in a way that feels like a chat wi ...
 
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Legal Docket

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Legal Docket

WORLD Radio

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Settle in beside the Supreme Court bench. Explore ten recent cases that affect our daily lives. Hear ten weeks of pivotal arguments that have refined our nation's laws. Hosts and lawyers Mary Reichard and Jenny Rough break down the decisions to show us what they really mean. They'll consult with legal experts, educators, and those directly involved. They'll guide you through excerpts of the oral arguments. Peek behind the pillar at cases regarding employment and age discrimination, state fun ...
 
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How to Disaster

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How to Disaster

JENNIFER GRAY THOMPSON

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This podcast is for those who have experienced disaster or want to build in resiliency prior to a disaster. No community should begin at the beginning. Host Jennifer Gray Thompson, Executive Director of After the Fire: Recover. Rebuild. Reimagine., interviews disaster professionals, community members, emergent leaders, and ordinary, yet extraordinary people who bring lessons, strategies, mistakes, triumphs, and humanity forward to help you recover, rebuild, and reimagine.
 
The Masters in Psychology Podcast explores graduate psychology topics and issues that are relevant in aiding students who are interested in furthering their education in psychology. The episodes comprise interviews of psychology professionals such as psychologists, psychiatrists, professors, students, researchers, consultants, etc. These interviews feature information and provide advice to empower students to make knowledgeable choices regarding their academic careers.
 
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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused courts—previously slow to adopt new technology—to leap into prioritizing digital services. As legal aid and court services increase the use of online tools, there is a concern that people without access to technology and high-speed internet will be left behind. This gap, referred to as the “digital divide,” is the t…
 
A transcript of this podcast can be found here - https://docdro.id/R5F7tyF This is the fourth episode in our series called Renting Matters, which explores all aspects of tenancy and other living arrangements, such as boarding or lodging and living in a Land Lease Community in NSW. This series is a joint project between the Tenants’ Union of New Sou…
 
Carl is joined by Ki Hwang and Bob Roberts of Bright Line Counsel, an Alternative Legal Service Provider (ALSP). Learn how the field is not only streamlining legal ops and more efficiently serving clients, but also creating exciting opportunities for paralegal professionals. Hear how today’s paralegals can leverage their project management and tech…
 
Tech Toys are back! Jim and Sharon ring in the holidays with an abundance of gift recommendations for the tech-lovers in your life. Tune in for their curated list of practical and not-so-practical wishlist picks. Happy Holidays! Special thanks to our sponsors, Alert Communications, Blackletter Podcast, Scorpion, and Smokeball.…
 
Don’t fall into the TV trap of coming in hot on every witness. You could burn your own case if the jury remembers you were mean to a witness and forgets the key points of their testimony. But you don’t want to be a pushover either, so how do you temper your approach? Amy, Liz, Megan, Mary, and Elizabeth share trial-tested tactics on when to pivot y…
 
Joe and Chris discuss the Rittenhouse verdict and the limits of self-defense standards. Specifically, at what point can stripping a case of all its context rob it of value. Meanwhile, Sheriffs are refusing to enforce laws -- usually vaccine and mask requirements. What are the limits of prosecutorial discretion and, how in the world is it okay for a…
 
Part Two includes practical considerations and ideological drivers. Why are you doing this in the first place? What is the mission of your new firm? Who are your working partners outside your office? And how important is it to exit gracefully when you do decide to leave your current position? Tune in as John and Erich offer more great advice to hel…
 
Like the legal profession, the practice of medicine in the United States is highly regulated. But it hasn't always been, and the idea that a person has the right to try the medical therapies of their choice has a much longer history. In Choose Your Medicine: Freedom of Therapeutic Choice in America, law professor Lewis A. Grossman introduces reader…
 
Has the topic of vaccines become the new “no talk of politics, sex, or religion at the dinner table?” As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, the topic of who is or is not vaccinated is sure to come up ahead of the big day. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 58.5% of the United States is currently fully vaccinated agai…
 
How important are online reviews, and what can you do about them? Guest Eric Goldman, legal scholar and expert, explains the intersection of Section 230 and the ethics of online reviews. Tune in next time for part 2 of the conversation. And Thanksgiving is a time to remind your clients you appreciate them. In a segment dubbed “Crappy Holiday Promot…
 
Kyle Rittenhouse killed two & wounded another with an AR-15 style gun he brought to a protest over the killing of an unarmed black man, Jacob Blake. Rittenhouse’s acquittal has raised questions about self defense claims by armed aggressors, judicial bias, and unequal outcomes in the criminal justice system.…
 
Struggling to find joy and fulfillment in her work at a prestigious law firm, guest Ali Katz thought striking out on her own was the way to go. But she found herself battling the same demons, too busy producing paperwork to achieve work/life balance and find satisfaction by fully serving her clients. Then it hit her. There’s nothing wrong with the …
 
Have you ever wondered about the secret to getting great PR for yourself and your firm? How do some lawyers get quoted over and over again in media publications on topics you know you’re the expert in? Meet Michelle Calcote King, and this week we’re diving into why PR is necessary to incorporate into your firm. Michelle is the Principal & President…
 
Meg Steenburgh of the ABA Law Student Podcast welcomes Adam Liptak to learn about his career as a legal journalist. Adam explains his typical work cycle as Supreme Court correspondent for The New York Times and offers insights on how a law degree translates into the world of journalism. They also discuss some of the Supreme Court’s upcoming cases a…
 
Dennis and Tom have hit their 300th episode! Join in on the fun as special guest host Adriana Linares grills the guys on technology, podcasting, and—after all these years—just how well they really know each other. And, Adriana sticks around for the parting shots! Stay tuned for that one tip, website, or observation that you can use the second the p…
 
Attorneys Alan Russo and Marie Castronuovo from the law firm Russo & Gould discuss social inflation and its impact on the insurance industry. Special thanks to our sponsor, AM Best Company, Best’s Insurance Professional Resources, including Qualified Member attorneys, adjusters and expert service providers.…
 
The stats are in, and law firms are truly ill-equipped to combat ransomware. So, what should they do? Sharon and John welcome David White of Axio to talk about his company’s 2021 State of Ransomware Preparedness Report. David talks about their key findings and offers a back-to-basics approach that helps lawyers and law firms take steps to prevent c…
 
Hiring in the legal field is on the rise and the market for experienced talent is more competitive. To remain successful in the months ahead, law firms and corporate legal departments are adjusting their hiring and compensation strategies in response to a dynamic environment. Many legal professionals are actively seeking positions that offer not on…
 
If you’re starting or running a solo or small law practice (or even working in a larger firm), it’s important to remember you are not out there on your own. The ABA Law Practice Division (ABA LP) is loaded with resources to help you succeed and grow your business. ABA LP Chair Heidi Barcus and Vice Chair Mary Vandenack join host Adriana Linares for…
 
Is there a significant crossover between this podcast's audience and Taylor Swift? I guess we'll find out this week as we discuss her latest re-release and the intellectual property issues driving her new recording strategy. Because everything comes back around to the law... even pop music. We also talk about Above the Law's role in the latest inqu…
 
Law prof Michele Pistone says there aren’t enough immigration lawyers and pro bono attorneys to meet the demand of immigrants seeking legal assistance. This justice gap is a primary reason that she created a program to train paraprofessionals to handle legal work in the immigration realm. Special thanks to our sponsors, Alert Communications and Smo…
 
The thought of starting your own firm appeals to many attorneys at some point in their careers. But there are several things you should consider before you quit your current firm or try to hang up your shingle straight out of law school. As the founder of a large firm and a solo practitioner, John and Erich discuss the pros and cons from two differ…
 
In Part Two of our analysis of a $10 million dollar medical malpractice verdict for our client, Amy Gunn and Liz Lenivy discuss witness prep, damages, and defense tactics that didn’t seem to land well with the jury. Amy also reveals the toll this massive case and an extremely hectic return to the courtroom have taken on her resolve, and how she pla…
 
Missed out on Quantum Leap back in the day? No worries, Jared’s here to put right what went wrong, hoping this time you’ll find a way to bring this awesome series home… or something like that. Next, Jared leaps into his interview with small business consultant Terri Teague! They chat about new trends on LinkedIn and how lawyers can leverage creativ…
 
Regardless of your financial situation, the beginning of your career is a terrific time to build credit. Great credit affords you critical opportunities when you fund your practice or buy a home. It’s not about what you’re earning, it’s about the payment mechanisms. Financial speaker-writer-consultant Eric Rosenberg joins our very own Mathew Kerbis…
 
In the 3rd installment on free speech, we examine first amendment struggles with new media. Social media-- unchecked, internet speech on private platforms where, often, nobody is held liable-- is the obvious, pressing example. BUT it's still Halloween-adjacent, so we're taking a lighter look at the War of the Worlds radio broadcast in 1938, too.…
 
In Glynn County, Georgia, the trial of three white men charged in the death of Ahmaud Arbery has selected a jury, however the makeup of that jury has raised some controversy. With eleven White members and only one Black member, the prosecution has accused the defense of eliminating qualified Black jurors from serving. In response to a motion filed …
 
Guest Phil Alvarez, director of 9/11 Outreach and Education for the law firm Hansen & Rosasco, shares how his brother fought to the end like the hero he was. Luis Alvarez was an NYPD detective who worked in the toxic ruins of the World Trade Center for months, not knowing a silent beast would stalk him for the rest of his life, and dying of cancer …
 
Sidley is offering associates firm branded AirPods and jackets as a token of appreciation after bringing lawyers back to the office. Putting aside whether or not that's a fair deal for associates, what exactly makes for a good branded gift? Not all swag is created equal. We also chat about a town in California that has declared itself an independen…
 
Most med mal cases aren’t decided for the plaintiff, so when a verdict of this magnitude is ruled in your client’s favor, it’s something to celebrate and learn from. In this episode of Heels in the Courtroom, Amy Gunn and Liz Lenivy share their pre-trial and courtroom strategies and discuss the concepts of agency, bifurcation, and some little-known…
 
In an encore presentation of one of our most popular episodes (EP109), John Simon presents twelve specific tips for creating a highly persuasive opening statement. Take a listen and learn what all the other attorneys who downloaded this podcast already know about making their case stronger from the start. You’ll be glad you did when you step in fro…
 
If it seems like Google favors big firms – with big dollars – over small or solo legal practices, that’s because it does. With an eye on Google My Business (“GMB”) practices, the guys examine a retro approach to marketing that may end-run Google dominance. Guest Carolyn Elefant joins Conrad and Gyi to talk about getting back to basics: rethinking b…
 
Veterans advocates discussed how unfavorable discharges, known as “bad paper,” prevent veterans from accessing the basic benefits and services they need on the latest episode of “Talk Justice,” the Legal Services Corporation’s (LSC) podcast. {produced by the Legal Services Corporation}Legal Talk Network
 
How does someone know if they have an alcohol problem? In the legal profession, alcohol consumption has long been the norm, but, for some, healthy limits become blurred and unhealthy patterns emerge. On Balance hosts Molly Ranns and JoAnn Hathaway talk with Wendy McCallum about her personal experiences with alcohol and legal career burnout. Wendy t…
 
Client portals have been around for quite some time now, and they have absolutely thrived since the onset of the pandemic. But, of course, there are still those in legal practice that have yet to make use of this increasingly essential service in their law firms. Dennis and Tom chat about what portals can do for your legal business and offer tips o…
 
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