Join Your Tribe, Grow Your Firm: The Lawyerist Insider

Insiders are excited to engage with new ideas about the future of their practices. We think about law practice as a profession as well as a business. We design law firms for growth with the client at the center. Sound like something you want to be a part of? Good. Join your tribe!

How Lawyers Work: Allen Rodriguez, Law Innovation Agency Founder & Avid Hiker

In this week's edition of How Lawyers Work, we hear from Allen Rodriguez, the CEO at ONE400—a law innovation agency in Pasadena, California.

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Podcast #147: Accessible Justice, with Haben Girma

In this episode, we talk with deaf-blind civil rights lawyer and accessibility advocate Haben Girma about accessible justice and how designing courts, law firms, and the attorney-client relationship for people with disabilities can increase access to justice for everyone.

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2 Chatbot Platforms for Lawyers, No Coding Required

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Big Data Bias, Legal Hacking, and True Crime

Three podcasts we are listening to this week: ABA Journal's Modern Law Library, On the Road, and Dirty John.

How Lawyers Work: Paul F. Wright, Board Certified Estate Planning Lawyer & Husband and Dad

In this week's edition of How Lawyers Work, we hear from Paul F. Wright, a senior partner at The Wright Firm, L.L.P in Dallas, Texas.

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Podcast #146: Practicing Law as a Legal Technician (LLLT) in Washington State, with Laura Genoves

In this episode, we talk with Laura Genoves and her experiences as one of the first Limited Licensed Legal Technicians in Washington State. We also discuss the differences between a legal technician and a practicing attorney, including everything from education costs to how each can practice.

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Collect Call: The Best Way to Handle Accounts Receivable is to Eliminate Them

Dealing with accounts receivable is tough for lawyers. Here are some ways to make sure you spend your time being a lawyer rather than a debt collector.