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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.

How Lawyers Work: Josh Barrett, Baker of Artisan Breads & Drafter of Artful Contracts

n this week's edition of How Lawyers Work, we hear from Josh Barrett. Josh is the founder of CreateLegal, a company dedicated to helping freelancers and busy agencies find practical solutions to business law problems. 

Case.one Law Practice Management Software Review (2018)

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Podcast #158: Before You Even Think About Hiring Anyone, Listen to This Episode with Ashley Cox

In this week's episode, we talk with Ashley Cox about what you need to do to prepare to hire, how to find the best applicants for your firm, and how to set up a new employee or independent contractor for success.

Systems, Well-Being, and Free Speech

Three podcasts we are listening to this week: The Un-Billable Hour, The Florida Bar Podcast, and Make No Law: The First Amendment Podcast.

How Lawyers Work: Kyle E. Mitchell, Journeyman Deal Mechanic & Overfed Bookworm

In this week's edition of How Lawyers Work, we hear from Kyle E. Mitchell. Kyle grew up in the Piney Woods of Texas, beating on drums and fiddling with computers.

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Podcast #157: Online Dispute Resolution & Public Interest Design, with Shannon Salter

In this episode Shannon Salter breaks down the technology behind British Columbia’s Online Civil Resolution Tribunal including what it is, its successes and failures, and why designing for the public is different than designing for customers.

How Lawyers Work: Eric Johnson, Divorce Attorney & Aggressively Reasonable

In this week's edition of How Lawyers Work, we hear from Eric Johnson. Eric is the founder of  Utah Family Law, LLC, in Salt Lake City, Utah, and practices in the areas of family and divorce law. 

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Podcast #156: 2 Critical To-Dos for Your 2018 Marketing Checklist, with Gyi Tsakalakis & Kelly Street

In this episode, Gyi Tsakalakis and Kelly Street identify two things lawyers should do in 2018 to make a big improvement in their online presence.