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A weekly podcast about lawyering and law practice hosted by Sam Glover and Aaron Street. Their conversations with successful lawyers and interesting people cover innovative business models, legal technology, marketing, ethics, starting a law firm, and whenever possible, robots.

A weekly podcast about lawyering and law practice hosted by Sam Glover and Aaron Street. Their conversations with successful lawyers and interesting people cover innovative business models, legal technology, marketing, ethics, starting a law firm, and whenever possible, robots.
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A weekly podcast about lawyering and law practice hosted by Sam Glover and Aaron Street. Their conversations with successful lawyers and interesting people cover innovative business models, legal technology, marketing, ethics, starting a law firm, and whenever possible, robots.

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English


Episodes

#233: Giving Gifts to Build Your Business, with John Ruhlin

7/18/2019
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In this episode with John Ruhlin, we talk about the overall theory of gift giving, including when to give and how much, the ethics of giving, what makes a good gift for your clients, and lastly, what makes a shitty gift.

Duration:00:49:09

#232: Training the Lawyers of the Future at Emory Law, with Nicole Morris

7/11/2019
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In this episode with Nicole Morris, we talk about the Ti:GER program, what it is, how it works, and how it helps law students after graduation. Nicole shares the vision that the Ti:GER program is designed to help prepare students for and the unique skills the program gives law students that other lawyers might not have.

Duration:00:44:58

#231: Creating Micro-Experiences for Your Clients, with Stephanie Everett

7/3/2019
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In this episode with Stephanie Everett, we talk about a few ways you can create micro-experiences for your clients. We cover retainers, graphics and video, and drafting briefs all as ways you can offer your unique value proposition and personal touch to win with your clients.

Duration:00:34:15

#230: Podcasting as a Marketing Tactic, with Megan Zavieh

6/26/2019
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In this episode with Megan Zavieh, we check in on The Playbook as well talk about her content marketing strategies, including her own podcast is going. Megan shares advice for lawyers thinking about starting podcasts, and a few tips about what has worked in her marketing plan and what hasn’t.

Duration:00:32:55

#229: Small Firm Profile: Daily General Counsel, with Jan Glassmann

6/19/2019
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In this episode with Jan Glassman, we talk about her law firm business model, her flexible service options, and what challenges she has faced growing a law firm focused on social impact and innovation.

Duration:00:45:26

#228: The Real Access-to-Justice Problem and How We Might Solve It, with Rebecca Sandefur

6/12/2019
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In this episode with Rebecca Sandefur, we talk about why people rarely turn to lawyers or courts for assistance with their problems, how to properly educate civilians on obtaining legal help, and what role small and solo firm lawyers play in the solution.

Duration:00:47:49

#227: The State of Legal Blogging & Podcasting, with Bob Ambrogi

6/5/2019
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In this episode with Bob Ambrogi, we talk about the state of legal blogging and podcasting in 2019 and whether or not blogging and podcasting can still be influential. Bob also shares advice for new legal bloggers and podcasters.

Duration:00:50:27

#226: It Doesn’t Have to be Crazy at Your Law Firm, with Jason Fried

5/29/2019
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In this episode with Jason Fried, we talk about what it means to be a calm company, how to think about remote work and accountability, and how less can be more when it comes to productivity.

Duration:00:51:09

#225: Chesterton’s Fence and Using Humility to Solve Legal Problems, with David Colarusso

5/21/2019
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In this episode with David Colarusso, we talk about Suffolk University Law School’s Legal Innovation and Technology Lab, what it is and what it hopes to achieve, as well as a concept known as “Chesterton’s fence” and how you can better use risk assessment tools in your firm.

Duration:00:48:01

#224: Calling Bullshit on Compromise, with Chris Voss

5/15/2019
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In this episode with Chris Voss, we talk about compromise and deadlines, listening and empathy as a martial art, and a few tips and tricks on negation from Chris’s book, Never Split the Difference.

Duration:00:53:59

#223: Legal Tech Debrief: Avvo, with Mark Britton

5/8/2019
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In this episode with Mark Britton, we talk about how he started Avvo, his vision for the company, and how it changed over the years. Mark also shares his thoughts on rating lawyers and how he would advise the next startup hoping to rate lawyers.

Duration:00:49:44

#222: Doing Even More with Less Time, with Allison Shields

5/1/2019
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In this episode with Allison Shields, we pick up where left off in Episode #22, talking about productivity mindset, delegation, and how better organization sets lawyers up for success.

Duration:00:34:53

#221: The State of the Legal Profession, with ABA President Robert M. Carlson

4/24/2019
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In this episode with ABA president Robert Carlson, we talk about what it means to lead a large and multifaceted legal organization in a time of technology change and innovation. We also cover the ABA’s new membership dues structure, what it hopes to achieve, and what a much-diminished ABA membership would mean for the practice of law. Lastly, we talk to Bob about some hot-button ethics issues like non-lawyer ownership and advertising regulations. You’ll also get a glimpse of Robert’s plans...

Duration:00:34:21

#220: Should You Start Your Law Firm as a B Corp?, with Kimberly Pray and Kate Kilberg

4/17/2019
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In this episode with Kim and Kate, we talk about B Corporations, including what they are, what problem Kim and Kate were trying to solve that they couldn’t with a regular corporation, and what they now know about B Corps that they wish they had known when they first started their law firm.

Duration:00:33:55

#219: How the Design Process Works in Practice, with Zach Pousman

4/10/2019
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In this episode with Zach Pousman, we talk about the design process and how it relates to law practice in-depth. Zach walks us through Helpfully’s innovation process step-by-step, including how to pinpoint a client or customer’s needs and how to test whether or not your solution meets that need.

Duration:01:03:38

#218: Data-Driven Law Practice, with Ed Walters

4/3/2019
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In this episode with Ed Walters, we talk about his book "Data Driven Law", and why law firms should care more about data. We also talk with Ed about some of the bad or pointless uses of data, and how to use your data efficiently.

Duration:00:45:35

#217: Succeeding by Scaling Up, with Rachel Rodgers

3/27/2019
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In this episode with Rachel Rodgers, we talk about how she started an alternative law practice, what it means to build a business focused on serving women and women of color, and why she transitioned into full-time coaching. In line with her own podcast Million Dollar Badass, Rachel also shares advice on how to scale a $100,000 business to a $1 million business.

Duration:00:53:49

#216: Free Law Project & the PACER Litigation, with Mike Lissner

3/20/2019
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In this episode with Mike Lissner, we talk about the pending PACER lawsuit, monopolies in law, and what the Free Law Project is. We also talk with Mike about why open access to law matters to innovation and access to justice as well as a few ways that courts can help.

Duration:00:36:28

#215: Online Accessibility & Law-Firm Websites, with Lainey Feingold

3/13/2019
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In this episode with Lainey Feingold, we talk about online accessibility requirements and what lawyers should know about them. We also talk with Lainey about structured negotiation as an alternative to litigation, and how to get companies to actually talk to you in business law.

Duration:00:51:45

#214: How Law Schools Can Teach Innovation, with Alice Armitage

3/6/2019
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In this episode with Alice Armitage, we talk about what today’s landscape looks like when law schools teach technology and innovation, and what role they have in solving the access to justice gap. Alice shares a vision of what “practice-ready” and “think like a lawyer” mean today, and what they could mean in the future.

Duration:00:39:31