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The Gen Why Lawyer is a weekly podcast hosted by California Patent Attorney and Millennial, Karima Gulick. Join Karima each week as she chats with some of the greatest innovators and leaders in the legal profession. Listen in to hear their inspiring stories and learn from their insight on how to build a meaningful life and fulfilling career.

The Gen Why Lawyer is a weekly podcast hosted by California Patent Attorney and Millennial, Karima Gulick. Join Karima each week as she chats with some of the greatest innovators and leaders in the legal profession. Listen in to hear their inspiring stories and learn from their insight on how to build a meaningful life and fulfilling career.
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The Gen Why Lawyer is a weekly podcast hosted by California Patent Attorney and Millennial, Karima Gulick. Join Karima each week as she chats with some of the greatest innovators and leaders in the legal profession. Listen in to hear their inspiring stories and learn from their insight on how to build a meaningful life and fulfilling career.

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Episodes

Online marketing and dominating the search engine optimization game with Phil Singleton [GWL157]

8/13/2018
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Phil Singleton is a web designer, an SEO expert and an award-winning author. Phil co-wrote SEO for Growth: The Ultimate Guide for Marketers, Web Designers & Entrepreneurs. SEO for Growth is an Amazon bestseller and has been listed as a top marketing book by Mashable, MSNBC, Entrepreneur and Search Engine Journal, and was named by Forbes as the #1 SEO book on its list of “Essential SEO Books for Every Startup to Read”. He is also the author of a popular WordPress SEO plugin that has been...

Duration:00:43:30

Recognizing and overcoming imposter syndrome and unconscious bias [GWL156]

8/6/2018
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Neha Sampat is CEO, founder, coach, and consultant at GenLead|BelongLab, where she focuses on building belonging and true inclusion. Through consulting, training, speaking, and writing, she helps organizations create peak-performance, inclusive teams by addressing hidden barriers to belonging, such as Imposter Syndrome and internalized bias, unconscious bias, generational diversity, and distrust in teams. Through professional development coaching, she helps her individual clients develop job...

Duration:00:27:02

Starting a law firm: vision, marketing, and systems [GWL155]

7/30/2018
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After a year of solo practice, I wanted to share the good, the bad and the ugly of starting a law firm. Thank you to our show sponsor Abby Connect, the live receptionist service loved by small businesses. Get your 2 week free trial and $95 off your first month at http://abbyconnect.com/genwhy What You’ll Learn in this Episode: - Starting a law firm, - Having a vision for your firm, - Marketing for your firm, - Setting up systems and processes for your firm. Resources: www.upwork.com...

Duration:00:21:56

Understanding and overcoming procrastination, burnout and anxiety with Will Meyerhofer [GWL154]

7/23/2018
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A lawyer and a therapist Will Meyerhofer has many accolades after this name: JD LCSW-R. He is a psychotherapist and former biglaw attorney with a private practice treating lawyers and others in TriBeCa, New York City (visit www.aquietroom.com for more information.) He is the author of four books, including “Way Worse than Being a Dentist: the Lawyer's Quest for Meaning,” and its sequel "Still Way Worse..." about life in biglaw, as well as a book introducing and elaborating upon the central...

Duration:00:20:31

Fine tuning your career to improve quality of life with Robert Baird [GWL153]

7/16/2018
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From professional musician to CEO of a 60 year old non-profit, Bob’s climbed the career ladder through a series of career pivots.Before becoming a CEO, he was a Navy Supply Corps Commander, technology consultant for PriceWaterhouseCoopers and IBM Business Services, a risk management consultant and the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for a major insurance company, He’s successfully pivoted 12 times to obtain career success and is a career transition practitioner and expert. As a former “C”...

Duration:00:24:27

Managing your Finances and Student Loans with Travis Hornsby [GWL152]

7/9/2018
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Travis founded Student Loan Planner after helping his wife figure out her six figure med school loans and realizing that all their friends needed help too. He's consulted on more than $250 million of student debt, which is more than any one person in the country. He loves helping clients realize that financial freedom and security is possible no matter how high their student loan balance. He lives in St. Louis, MO. Thank you to our show sponsor Abby Connect, the live receptionist service...

Duration:00:24:43

Keeping up with Privacy Laws with Lily Li [GWL151]

7/2/2018
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Lily Li is a privacy lawyer and the owner of Metaverse Law, a practice dedicated to helping businesses comply with privacy and cybersecurity laws across the United States and Europe. She is a graduate of Duke Law School, and holds the Certified Information Privacy Professionals' certificates for the United States and Europe from the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Prior to founding Metaverse Law, Lily was a commercial and intellectual property litigator at Brown Wegner...

Duration:00:24:27

The importance of having a community to achieve your goals with Dan X. Nguyen [GWL150]

6/25/2018
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Dan X. Nguyen is an attorney in Orange County, California that assist businesses with general counsel, franchising, trademark, and immigration matters, and facilitates a monthly mastermind for attorneys. He is a business nerd and his wife and 2 kids loath about his soliloquies on business strategies. Fun fact, in 2016, he tried out for a professional basketball team. In this episode, we chat about the importance of quarterly goals and importance of having a community to keep you accountable...

Duration:00:29:20

Save time with legal templates by attorneys for attorneys with Somya Kaushik [GWL149]

6/18/2018
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Somya Kaushik is a former litigator turned legal tech entrepreneur, having started the company EsqMe, Inc. (www.esqme.com), a legal document marketplace and legal service platform for lawyers, by lawyers. Kaushik is an expert in legal tech and has spoken across the country on entrepreneurship, legal technology and its rapid advancements in the practice of law, and most recently gender bias in the law and technology. In this episode, we chat about how you can save time with legal templates by...

Duration:00:15:26

Using chatbots to maximize efficiency with Tom Martin [GWL148]

6/11/2018
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Tom is a legal bot advocate, lawyer, author and speaker. He is CEO and founder of LawDroid Ltd. (a bot development and consulting company for the legal industry). Tom is also co-founder of Vancouver Legal Hackers, advisor to ATJ Tech Fellow Program, member of ARAG Technology Innovation Committee, and Chair of Education for Group Legal Services Association. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Tom now lives in Vancouver, Canada with his wife and two daughters. In this episode, we...

Duration:00:27:00

Do what you do best and delegate the rest with Dina Eisenberg [GWL147]

6/4/2018
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Dina Eisenberg prepares lawyers to let go, delegate effectively and lead with assurance. Her passion is helping lawyers create the law practice that fits the life they desire, earns them more and practically runs itself. She likes to give people power through knowledge. She works with fellow attorneys to give them the power and tools to create a better law experience for them and their clients. (Happy lawyer, happy clients). A huge thank you goes out to our show sponsor Abby Connect, the...

Duration:00:21:15

Hiring your first staff and coping with impostor syndrome with Aastha Madaan [GWL146]

5/28/2018
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Aastha started her own practice focusing on business law, franchise law, and estate planning. She is a strong advocate of good planning, in life and in business. Aastha often writes and speaks on the topic of cultural competency in the practice of law. In this episode, we discuss moving out of a virtual practice and into an actual office, hiring your first staff and dealing with impostor syndrome A huge thank you goes out to our show sponsor Abby Connect, the live receptionist service loved...

Duration:00:32:11

Cultivating the right mindset to excel in your career with Drew Amoroso [GWL145]

5/21/2018
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Drew Amoroso is the founder of Move Associates, an innovative training company that empowers associates to achieve their performance goals, accelerate their growth and development, stay professionally fulfilled, and take control of their practice. Prior to Move, Drew was a senior associate at an international law firm and served on the firm's hiring committee and as the head of its summer associate program. Drew also was the owner of his own firm where he practiced fitness law--representing...

Duration:00:31:13

Launching a tech company and hiring the right people with Chris Smith [GWL144]

5/15/2018
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As a practicing attorney himself, Chris understands how important a native mobile experience is becoming for clients interacting with legal websites. When he couldn’t find a white label native app for his firm, he built one himself. He launched Your Firm App, a practical development in legal technology. It may not be blockchain or AI, but it will help make life better for attorneys and clients. A huge thank you goes out to our show sponsor, Abby Connect, the live receptionist service loved...

Duration:00:18:12

Set Up Efficient Systems and Scale Your Practice with Lee Rosen [GWL 143]

5/7/2018
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Finally! After two decades, Lee Rosen figured out how to own a lucrative law firm without having to be working in your law firm 24/7/365. Once he realized he could be the owner, not the practitioner, Lee found a team to run the business, then sold it. Now, he travels full-time while teaching other lawyers how they can build their practices into sellable businesses. This episode is sponsored by Abby Connect, the leading live receptionist service. They are offering a no-obligation free trial...

Duration:00:28:40

How to automate your work and build an efficient practice with Jason Gershenson [GWL142]

4/23/2018
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Inspired by the surging startup communities in Portland, New York, and around the world, Jason started a law practice to serve those communities, then joined another firm to help them start a New York office. He admires the problem-solving and creativity required to introduce a product or service to the world. He is a tech lover and is always looking for ways to make every day work more efficient. What You’ll Learn in this Episode: - How Jason started his practice and later joined a law...

Duration:00:30:18

How to build a mobile law practice with Catherine Hodder [GWL141]

4/16/2018
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This episode is fun and packed with great lessons. From how to start and manage a successful mobile practice, to getting your affairs in order with estate planning tips, meet Catherine Hodder. Catherine is the co-author of Law Office on a Laptop: How to Set Up Your Own Successful Mobile Law Practice and manages www.GoSoloForSuccess.com. She focuses on helping attorneys in their solo law practice with tips, support and resources for their firm. What You’ll Learn in this...

Duration:00:25:36

How to Travel the World While Working Full Time with Jen Ruiz [GWL140]

4/9/2018
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The power of travel and vacations! I personally love travelling to new places and love exploring new countries and learning about new cultures. Today’s guest became an expert on travelling on a budget and even wrote an Amazon bestseller on the topic. Jen Ruiz is a solo travel blogger and lawyer who took 20 trips in 12 months while employed full-time. She has been featured by The Washington Post and ABC News for her budget travel secrets and is the author of "The Affordable Flight Guide," an...

Duration:00:27:00

Supporting Military Spouses in the legal profession with Libby Jamison [GWL139]

4/2/2018
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Libby Jamison is an attorney with the Department of Veterans Affairs based in Washington, D.C.; previously, she managed her own firm focused on business and family law and served as Of Counsel to a firm in Claremont, CA. She also currently serves as the president of the Military Spouse JD Network, a bar association serving over 1,200 military spouse attorneys and law students. Libby volunteers with the Junior League of Washington and Hire Heroes USA. In 2015, she was named as the AFI...

Duration:00:25:49

Establishing multiple streams of income with Lenise Williams [GWL138]

3/26/2018
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Lenise Williams is a business attorney and consultant who takes a special interest in advising entrepreneurs, assisting them with growing their businesses (strong personal branding, strategies, strategic partnerships, franchising, merger and acquisitions), increasing their bottom line and legally protecting their businesses. What You’ll Learn in this Episode: - Who Lenise Williams is and how she manages a law practice, a consulting business, a new product business and being a single mother...

Duration:00:19:10