Podcast #77: Solving Problems by Building a Software Solution, with Janine Sickmeyer
For this week's podcast, Sam talks with Janine Sickmeyer, CEO and founder of NextChapter, about how she went from being frustrated with her practice management software to building her own.
Podcast #76: Setting Flat Fees at a New Firm, with Jamie Whitney
For this week's podcast, Sam talks with Jamie Whitney, an attorney who recently went out on her own after several years at a large firm. They talk about the process of setting flat fees when you have just started your firm.
Podcast #75: Building a Mindful Law Practice, with Jeena Cho
This week, Sam talks to Jeena Cho about her new book, The Anxious Lawyer, and how to build a mindful law practice.
Podcast #74: Staying out of Hot Water with the Ethics Board, with Eric Cooperstein
In this podcast, Sam chats with Eric Cooperstein, an ethics attorney. They talk about how to approach law practice in a way that avoids ethics trouble.
Podcast #73: How to Leave a Small Firm in a Small Town, with Paul Floyd
This week, Sam chats with Paul Floyd, a lawyer who advises solosmall attorneys about business issues, about how an attorney can leave a small firm in a small town and do so on good terms. Aaron and Sam also discussed how everyday things like keycards and paper checks can be far less secure than you think they are.
Podcast #72: How to Spot Fly-by-Night Legal Tech, with Joshua Lenon
On this week's podcast, Sam talks with Joshua Lenon, lawyer in residence at Clio, about how to assess legal technology through four lenses: price, user base, the interactivity of the company with the legal field, and responsiveness.
How to Help the Pulse Nightclub Victims and Survivors
You can help the victims, survivors, and others affected by the tragic shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando by donating to the organizations helping them directly.