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How Lawyers Work: Aaron Rocke, Driven Problem-Solver by Day & Adjunct Law Professor by Night

In this week's edition of How Lawyers Work, we hear from Aaron Rocke. Aaron is the founder of Rocke Law Group and primarily practices in the areas of civil litigation, with a focus on employment and commercial litigation.

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Podcast #160: Fostering Culture in Your Law Firm, with Paul Spiegelman

In this episode with Paul Spiegelman, we talk about what culture in your law firm means, why it is important, and how to create culture deliberately and intentionally.

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Make My Website Accessible

LLLTs, Access to Justice, and a Serial Parody

Three podcasts we are listening to this week: The Paralegal Voice, ABA Journal's Legal Rebels, and a Very Fatal Murder.

How Lawyers Work: Betsy Spawn Stotler, Health Care Lawyer, Mom & Inner Monologuer

In this week's edition of How Lawyers Work, we hear from Betsy Spawn Stotler. Betsy is the owner and managing partner of Burgeon Legal, and primarily focuses on civil litigation and resolution of complex problems faced by health care facilities.

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Podcast #159: Augmented Reality in the Courtroom, with Mitch Jackson

In this episode Mitch Jackson joins us to talk about augmented reality, including what it is and how it can be useful in the courtroom.

Should Law Blogs Allow Comments?

Do law blogs in general have the kind of niche audience (lawyers) that makes comments better than usual?

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Labor Unions, Online Dispute Resolution, and the Boogeyman

Three podcasts we're listening to this week: ABA Journal's Modern Law Library, Legal Talk Network's On the Road, and Atlanta Monster.