The premier provider of podcasts for attorneys and legal professionals. Over 15 shows on varied topics highlight important issues, current events, technology and the future of law. Legal Talk Network's shows are hosted by leading industry professionals and feature high profile guests.
Digital Detectives : Why Solo, Small, and Mid-Size Law Firms Get a Failing Grade in Cybersecurity
No lawyer wants a failing grade, but the fact that nearly one-third of law firms have experienced a data breach makes it apparent that cybersecurity preparedness needs some major work. Focusing specifically on smaller law firms, Sharon Nelson and John Simek welcome Tom Lambotte to discuss why lawyers fail to adequately protect themselves and what they should do to bring their cybersecurity measures up to scratch.
Check out Tom’s Stupid Simple Security Tips blog for quick & easy insights on protecting your data.
Tom Lambotte is the founder and CEO of Security+ and GlobalMac IT.
Special thanks to our sponsors CaseFleet and PInow.
Lawyerist Podcast : #333: The Mindset Needed to Level up Your Firm, with Kelly Street
Lab coaches Kelly Street and Stephanie Everett share their best tips and insights to help level up your business for greater success.
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Thanks to Postali, Rankings.io, and TextExpander for sponsoring this episode.
Legal Talk Today : Snapchat’s Speed Filter
Did Snapchat’s Speed Filter cause a fatal high speed accident and if so does Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act protect it from liability? Associate Dean and Professor Eric Goldman from the Santa Clara University School of Law walks us through the lawsuit filed against the social media company by parents who lost their children.
Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.
Above the Law - Thinking Like a Lawyer : Associate Pay Jumps To $205K
Biglaw firms are furiously matching salary increases this week, and Joe and Kathryn walk through the latest announcements, how we got here, the impact across the country, and the fate of the whiny corporate clients out there. This episode doesn't have a cash register sound effect, which is really a shame and Joe takes full responsibility for this oversight.
Special thanks to our sponsors, Lexicon and Nota.
ABA Journal: Legal Rebels : A new evidence management tool aims to help public defenders process video and audio
Devshi Mehrotra and her classmate Leslie Jones-Dove, who was also passionate about criminal justice reform, contacted local public defenders in the Chicago area to see how the two technologists could potentially be of help. They responded by developing a technology platform known as JusticeText, an AI-powered evidence management tool primarily geared toward public defenders.
Special thanks to our sponsors, Alert Communications and Nota.
The Legal Toolkit : Authenticity; Marketing the Real You; and Darian Kovacs’ Marketing Jam Podcast
A whole lot of lawyers are trying to be something they’re not, but Jared thinks you all really ought to cut the crap. The truth is, marketing yourself as some unapproachable superlawyer isn’t going to get you nearly as far with clients as just being yourself. (1:56)
Building on this theme, Jared welcomes Darian Kovacs to discuss ways to develop your online authenticity by telling your story, your way. They chat about compelling marketing tactics to employ on a number of platforms, including Google My Business, YouTube, blogs, newsletters, and more. (8:13)
This time on the Rump Roast, the interview continues! Jared asks Darian about his unique experiences as a podcaster and what led to his Marketing Jam podcast getting picked up by Amazon Prime (27:20).
Darian Kovacs is a founding partner of Jelly Digital Marketing and PR Agency.
Our opening track is Two Cigarettes by Major Label Interest.
The music for the Legal Trends Report Minute is I See You by Sounds Like Sander.
Our closing track is Take Me Home, by Adrian Walther
Special thanks to our sponsors Scorpion, TimeSolv, Alert Communications and Clio.