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Ernie Svenson is an attorney on a mission to help solo and small firm lawyers improve their practices. He started the 5th lawyer blog in 2002, which garnered national attention from folks inside and outside of the legal profession. Since then he's been helping lawyers who want better practices, and understand that technology is an integral part of creating a profitable, smooth running firm. Law Firm Autopilot features interviews (with attorneys and law practice consultants), listener Q&A, an ...
 
The State Bar of Michigan podcast series, On Balance, features a diversified array of legal thought leaders. Hosted by JoAnn Hathaway of the bar’s Practice Management Resource Center and Molly Ranns of its Lawyers and Judges Assistance Program, the series focuses on the need for interplay between practice management and lawyer-wellness for a thriving law practice.
 
The weekly legal marketing & management podcast for lawyers, law firms and legal industry professionals. We're here to inform, educate, and entertain the legal community about the latest in legal marketing & law firm development featuring in-depth discussions and interviews with legal professionals on legal news, legal tech, business management, law firm marketing and advertising. SUBSCRIBE -> https://apple.co/2jZtoa4 TWITTER -> https://bit.ly/2Kul39I FACEBOOK -> https://bit.ly/2wK7CQN © 201 ...
 
The Rainmaking Podcast will help you to get more business, better business, and all the business from your clients. This podcast is for professional services firms, law firms, and professional sales people. Discover the secrets of the world's leading experts in client development, business development, sales, closing, prospecting, networking, negotiation, influence, motivation, and achievement. www.therainmakingpodcast.com
 
The podcast "Law Firm Marketing Catalyst" aims to fuel revenue growth through thought-provoking interviews with forward-thinking lawyers, law firm management, and legal marketers who bring fresh perspectives and innovative approaches to marketing. Your host, Sharon Berman, founded Berbay Marketing & Public Relations more than two decades ago. Since then, the firm has implemented programs for both plaintiff and defense firms across a range of practice areas and industries.
 
Educating at every step. Absolute Trust Talk is not your run of the mill general counsel show filled with legal jargon that doesn’t resonate. Through her 20+ years of practice, Absolute Trust Counsel managing attorney Kirsten Howe found herself working with clients who were confused and overwhelmed by the complexity of estate planning and saw a need to help clients with education and specific client-centered estate planning services. Now Kirsten is taking her expertise and experience to a ne ...
 
How do high-achieving lawyers break through generations of being taught that we have to grind ourselves into the ground to get results for clients, build a successful business and create a life we love? While law schools are busy teaching the rule of law, they’re slacking on teaching us how to be a better human to create for ourselves the success we thought we’d achieve after law school. This podcast bridges the gap between law school and life. Dina Cataldo is a life coach for lawyers and a ...
 
Small Law Firms often start from the practice of law and not as a business venture. This ends up causing the growth of the firm to be much longer and more painful than it needs to be. If you started a Law Firm with the intention of increasing your impact, freeing up your time and having all the money you will ever need then the strategies we discuss will be priceless for you. Profit with Law is a show focused on the business of running a law firm as a profitable venture. Packaging and pricin ...
 
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury! Brought to you direct from the offices of Venerable - Counselors at Law, PC, is straight forward, no-nonsense discussion of trending topics in law, media, society/news, along with practical advice to ensure that you survive, and thrive, within the strict confines of existing law. Don't worry, you won't be billed for listening...at least not yet.
 
Are you anxious or losing sleep over your law firm? Does it stress you out when you don't know when or how you are going to get your next client? Are you struggling to find time to grow your firm and be an attorney? … If so, you are in the right place. 'Intake Tuesday' helps you know what you need to do, to move your firm toward becoming what you want it to be. By that, we mean get more cases. This podcast is for Lawyers ready for action.
 
JDHD is the podcast for lawyers with ADHD (whether they know they have it or not). Hosted by Marshall Lichty—a lawyer, consultant, coach, and author with ADHD—this twice-weekly podcast shares Marshall's tips from his journey as a sometimes-struggling lawyer, always-creative thinker, usually-awesome dad, and passionate writer and consultant. JDHD brings you interviews with therapists, coaches, and healthcare professionals, productivity and time-management experts, and lawyers who live the ADD ...
 
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The Lawyer Stories Podcast Episode 42 featuring Kyle Newman, third-generation plaintiff's personal injury attorney at James Newman P.C. in Bronx, New York. We discuss Kyle's lawyer story and how he achieved a victorious jury verdict fresh out of law school, propelling him into his successful career as a trial attorney. We also discussed how the COV…
 
Jason Forrest, CEO at FPG (Forrest Performance Group) is a leading authority in culture change programs and an expert at creating high-performance, high-profit, and "Best Place to Work" cultures. The winner of five international Stevie Awards for his training programs, Jason is also an award-winning author of six books, including Leadership Sales C…
 
At Absolute Trust Counsel, in nearly 100% of the trust administrations, we’re hired to execute, there is a least one failure that could have been avoided. Some of these failures are small and simple to fix. Unfortunately, the majority are much more difficult to rectify. In this context, difficult also means expensive. As a trust grantor, it is vita…
 
Shownotes can be found at https://www.profitwithlaw.com/206. How do you treat your team? Do you give them instructions for every single step of their day, or do you push them to take the initiative and plan their tasks for themselves? The best way to develop a team can be similar to raising a child. It's better to let them learn from their mistakes…
 
Ever say to yourself you don't "have enough willpower"? No matter how many times you tell yourself you're going to change, you don't. The problem isn't having "enough" willpower. The problem is that we've been taught the exact opposite of what we need to do to make change. In this episode, you'll learn why willpower isn't the answer and what the re…
 
When we're deep in our problems, we deeply identify with how we feel. We say, "I'm overwhelmed." "I'm busy." Unfortunately, when we deeply identify as being the kind of person who's overwhelmed or stressed, we make it more difficult to change. What if we could make change inevitable? In this podcast, you'll learn two keys to making change in your l…
 
Top headline for #LHLM: More episodes are coming your way! Look for new shows twice a month on the first and second Wednesdays. Next up, as Gyi and Conrad predicted, venture capital is making waves in legal. Most recent headlines covered a $100 million infusion for Scorpion, followed soon after by word that Clio raised $110 million. What does the i…
 
Shownotes can be found at https://www.profitwithlaw.com/205. Video is undoubtedly the medium that provides the greatest exposure and the best leads. So why isn’t everyone doing video for their law firm? In this episode, Moshe Amsel addresses the biggest reasons that hold us back from getting started with video content. He then shares 5 steps to bei…
 
Joe Emmerth is a family law practitioner in the Chicago area who left the firm he joined out of law school to start his own firm. After 15 years of practice, he knew a lot about being a lawyer, but suddenly he had to make sure he knew enough about running his own law business. In this episode, he explains how he planned his move, and what tools he …
 
The recent National Judicial Stress and Resiliency Survey offered insights into the overall well-being of judges and the strategies they use to handle stressors in their work. On Balance hosts Molly Ranns and JoAnn Hathaway are joined by Joan Bibelhausen and Judge David Shaheed, who recently co-authored an article on the survey’s results. They shar…
 
This week on Maximum Mom your host Elise Buie joins her integrator Kathryn Silk. Kathryn is an experienced family law attorney with a passion for the collaborative approach. After graduating from the University of Washington School of Law in 2010, she moved to Wenatchee where she practiced law, was on the board of the Domestic and Sexual Violence C…
 
Jay Harrington is a business coach and trainer, and consultant to lawyers and law firms. He is the founder and president of Harrington Communications, a leading thought-leadership marketing agency for law firms. Jay is the host of The Thought Leadership Project podcast, and is the author of three books, The Productivity Pivot, One of a Kind Lawyer …
 
Natalie Harris is a Partner at Baron Harris Healey, a law firm dedicated to serving clients in the areas of advertising and marketing, intellectual property, media, e-commerce, and more. Natalie has nearly 20 years of experience defending clients who create, publish, and broadcast content in all forms of media. Natalie is a member of many organizat…
 
While there are a variety of senior living communities and assisted living options, a majority of older adults want to age in place for as long as possible. Many, however, need assistance to do so, but that doesn’t always mean hiring caregivers. For some, help with chores and simple daily tasks like grocery shopping or changing a lightbulb can make…
 
When IJ client Abdallah Batayneh tried to open a resort shuttle service in rural Colorado, his application was denied by a state regulatory agency at the same time it assured him that he was “operationally, managerially, and financially fit” to run his company. In today’s episode, we discuss how Abdallah became the victim of an outrageous legal reg…
 
Shownotes can be found at https://www.profitwithlaw.com/204. What comes to your mind when we say marketing strategy? You may think of your website, social media platforms, and your publicity materials. Here's something you might be missing: video. Before you say “We don’t need that!” think about the media landscape right now. Facebook, Instagram, T…
 
What do you do when faced with what appears to be a car that did not operate the way you think it should have and a serious injury took place? Brian Chase walks you through this type of case and talks about the age-old question, do you simply refer the case or handle it yourself with help? For more about Brian Chase and Bisnar Chase Personal Injury…
 
Shownotes can be found at https://www.profitwithlaw.com/203. If you want to succeed, you need to first understand why you have not succeeded so far. In this episode Moshe Amsel shares an exercise you can do to help identify what your success killer is. Every person has one. Overcoming that will unlock your greatness. So, tune in and listen to this …
 
Warren Buffet nails it when he observes: "The interesting thing about business is that it's not like the Olympics. You don't get any extra points for the fact that something's very hard to do. So you might as well just step over one-foot bars, instead of trying to jump over seven-foot bars." In other words, find the easy path and take it. Finding t…
 
The Lawyer Stories Podcast Episode 41 featuring Sankeetha Selvarajah, attorney, investor and consultant. Sankeetha is the Managing Attorney and Shareholder of Selvarajah Law P.C., a practice with an emphasis on general business law and mergers and acquisitions. We discuss Sankeetha's lawyer story and how she nearly attended medical school but shift…
 
This week on Maximum Mom your host Elise Buie joins Sophya Raza and Stephanie Jones. Sophya Raza is a Founding Member of Raza and Jones in St. Louis. Sohpya had wanted to be a lawyer ever since she drafted a contract at the age of 12 for her mom and sister to sign involving her sister’s desire for a perm. It was this first instance of helping two i…
 
What does it mean when courts apply “strict scrutiny” in their review of a law? Why do property, economic, and other vital liberties get only “rational basis” review? And why do these things matter to a constitutional litigator? Learn all this and more in today’s Deep Dive with the Institute for Justice. This episode originally aired October 29, 20…
 
Shownotes can be found at https://www.profitwithlaw.com/202. The emergence of digital technology has shifted how business transactions and services are done. With innovations being developed everyday, the legal community now faces the challenge of collaborating with clients online. However, this would not be a massive challenge if we chose to embra…
 
Us lawyers are taught to judge every case that comes our way. So how can we prevent these judgement from harming us in our day-to-day lives? In this episode, you'll learn what judging others and yourself reveals to you and how to overcome these thoughts to create the practice and life that you want. RESOURCES Busy Lawyer’s Quick-Start Guide to Gett…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: How to deliver high quality client service. The importance of a firm-minded perspective. How to get a “seat at the table.” Guidelines for service conversations with clients. About Kate Stoddard: As Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, Kate Stoddard is responsible for the firm’s business devel…
 
Jocelyn Brumbaugh is the Founder of Builden Partners, a company that helps law firms develop and execute marketing strategies to better engage with clients, prospects, and talent. The team at Builden Partners offers professional marketing solutions to firms of all sizes, with clients ranging from premier boutique Chicago law firms and other B2B com…
 
Shownotes can be found at https://www.profitwithlaw.com/201. There are two law firm owners this episode is for - those who want leads and those who want more leads 😉 Whichever law firm owner you are, you are bound to get at least one new idea from this episode. Moshe Amsel shares 8 different tactics for getting new leads that do not require a large…
 
Creating radical improvement requires radical new ways of solving a problem, which requires radical new ways of thinking. And that radical thinking will inevitably feel like crazy talk at first. But it’s not, if you are willing to listen and open your mind and discover that some things that seem incompatible in what you want actually are not. Show …
 
This week on Maximum Mom your host Elise Buie joins Renée Bauer. Ms. Renée Bauer is an award-winning divorce attorney, published author, and founder of the family law firm, Bauer Law Group. Renée’s insights are sought after by local, national and international media outlets, podcasts, and conferences where she speaks on co-parenting, blended family…
 
Shownotes can be found at https://www.profitwithlaw.com/200. We are celebrating our 200th episode by highlighting 5 of our top downloaded interviews. Join us for a trip down memory lane and we hope you enjoy the show. Resources mentioned: Episode 105: Effectuating Real Change through Courses with Joey Vitale - https://www.profitwithlaw.com/105 Epis…
 
There are two parts to having visionary capacity. The first is the ability to have a vision. The second is the ability to hold the vision. A prerequisite to both of these is to calm the overwhelm that we feel. Once we do, we open ourselves up to possibilities. In this episode, you'll learn what it takes to have both elements of visionary capacity. …
 
The Lawyer Stories Podcast Episode 40 featuring Mitra Ahouraian, founder and principal attorney at Ahouraian Law, a full-service corporate and entertainment law firm based in Los Angeles, California. We discuss Mitra's lawyer story and how self-determination has always played a major role in her life. Mitra is known for offering fierce but fair leg…
 
Studies show that universally, people prefer to stay in their own homes as they age rather than moving into a facility. Who wouldn’t, right? That, however, means that those same people will be hiring in-home caregivers, and there are a few different ways of doing so. If you don’t end up working with an agency that provides someone for you, you may …
 
Shownotes can be found at https://www.profitwithlaw.com/199. In this episode, host Moshe Amsel contemplates the value in anticipating the ultimate positive outcome from a seemingly negative situation. He also demonstrates the value of this kind of thinking in the growth of your firm and also surprisingly in the ability to release an employee to be …
 
Melissa Shanahan coaches attorneys and insists that they define key benchmarks as a way of growing their practices. In this episode, she and I discuss whether Jason Fried's statement is crazy talk or whether maybe there is some wisdom behind it. Show Notes "I've Never Had a Goal" (article by Jason Fried) Rework: Change the Way You Work Forever, by …
 
This week on Maximum Mom your host Elise Buie joins her associate Andrea Seymoure. Andrea's extensive family law practice focuses on all aspects of family law including dissolutions, legal separations, division of assets/liabilities, parentage, child support, post-decree enforcement and modifications, and domestic violence, primarily in King and Sn…
 
Shownotes can be found at https://www.profitwithlaw.com/198. With thousands of law firms out there, how do you find a way to stand out? If you think you don't need law firm marketing, you're making a big mistake. Marketing is an essential part of any business, and law firms are no exception. The right marketing strategy can attract ideal clients an…
 
Whether you bill hourly or you set packages for your clients, today is going to be an eye-opener. Ignoring the 8 billing mistakes I'm talking about today aren't just costing you money. They're costing you mental energy, time, and they're really symptoms of larger problems in your practice, which is how you think about yourself, your clients, your p…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: The most common issue lawyers come to Vicki to resolve. How law firms engage career strategists. How the pandemic has changed people’s values. What role values play in finding the most satisfying career path. About Vicki Rothman: Vicki Rothman is a Career Strategist and Counselor with over 15 years of experience p…
 
Google takes center stage in news updates as Gyi and Conrad discuss two moves that may diminish opportunities for free lawyer advertising on the platform. Top billing goes to Google’s Local Pack change from a three-pack to a two-pack. The two also shift gears on earlier advice about Google My Business Messaging. Eek. Google is sending messages to y…
 
Chris Mullins is the “Phone Sales Doctor” and Founder and CEO of Intake Academy, where she educates lawyers and law firm staff on how to convert callers and qualify good cases. For over 25 years, she has helped law firms around the country convert prospects into clients. At Intake Academy, Chris serves consumer law firms, specialty dental practices…
 
The Lawyer Stories Podcast Episode 39 featuring Eloa J. Celedon, Principal Attorney at Celedon Law in Marlborough, Massachusetts. We discuss Eloa's experience relocating from Brazil to Massachusetts with her Chilean parents and living her life dedicated to the service of other people. This experience led Eloa to become the owner of her own law firm…
 
Although Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are hitting the mainstream, the way the law will treat them is still undeveloped. In this episode, we talk about how and whether the First and Fourth Amendments might apply to cryptocurrency, what kind of protection they offer, and ways to make sure the law develops in a way that protects innovation and o…
 
Shownotes can be found at https://www.profitwithlaw.com/197. A little over 2 weeks ago, we were dispatched to what turned out to be the worst fire I have ever seen. It was an adult living facility with capacity for close to 200 residents and it was an old structure built in the early 1900s completely out of wood. Within minutes the fire had spread …
 
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