When you wear Heels In The Courtroom, life and law are a little bit different. This fresh and insightful new podcast from the female trial attorneys at The Simon Law Firm offers mentoring, community and great girl talk about being the best you can be in every part of your life. So kick off those heels, pour a glass of wine, and get to know Amy Gunn, Erica Slater, Liz Lenivy, Mary Simon and Elizabeth McNulty.The Simon Law Firm consists of trial attorneys specializing in medical malpractice, personal injury and corporate law. Since the Firm’s founding in 2000, Simon trial attorneys have earned over one billion dollars in verdicts and settlements for their clients. Recognized as one of the winningest firms in America by the National Law Journal, the dedicated attorneys at the Simon Law Firm bring experience, integrity and passion to every case they try. Contact The Simon Law Firm at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
EP209 - Time Management
You worked hard all day, but only one item is checked off your to-do list. That doesn’t mean you’re a bad time manager. Perhaps you’ve learned to respond properly to changing priorities. This podcast goes beyond basics and gives you permission to manage your time in your own way. Invest less than an hour in this podcast and reap timely rewards in productivity and personal satisfaction.
EP208 - Dreaded Written Discovery
Getting the basic facts for your case should be easy, but opposing counsel can throw up frustrating roadblocks that waste your time and try your patience. At this stage, it’s important to pick your battles and play nice. Learn timesaving tips for getting what you want while maintaining positive professional relationships with opposing counsel and the court.
EP207 - Find Your Own Path
What does success mean to you? And is there a “right path” to get there? Amy Gunn introduces you to three St. Louis attorneys who created opportunities, changed focus and readjusted their goals to find personal satisfaction and achieve their own definition of success. If you are grappling with self-doubt or are just tired of coloring inside the lines, don’t miss this inspiring podcast.Jennifer L. Hardester founded her consulting firm, STL Med Law, LLC, in 2017 to assist counsel representing patients in potential or actual claims against healthcare entities. She helps navigate clinical records, find experts, draft discovery, work on trial strategy and determine how to get the best, most efficient resolution for their clientsJoy Harris Hennessy, Partner at Thompson Coburn, LLP, Joy advises health systems, health plans, group purchasing organizations, physician groups, and other health care entities on a wide range of health care legal issues.Jennifer J. Roy, Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Circuit Attorney’s Office, Jennifer has been appointed to serve as the District Election Officers (DEOs) for the Eastern District of Missouri, and in that capacity are responsible for overseeing the District's handling of complaints of election fraud and voting rights concerns in consultation with Justice Department Headquarters in Washington.
EP206 - Effective Legal Elucidation/How to Write Better
Is your legal writing as persuasive as your argument? Are you getting to the point or wasting time searching a thesaurus? Erica, Liz, Mary and Elizabeth share insights on how to set a communication goal, establish the proper tone, address the appropriate audience and keep your message simple. You’ll also learn their most feared typos and uncover common copy and paste pitfalls.
EP205 - Do You Hate to Delegate?
You cannot do it all. But delegation takes trust, commitment, clear communication and an open door. Who has time for that? Amy, Erica, Liz and Mary encourage you to delegate by sharing strategies that strengthen teams, build trust and just might lighten your load. Why not start right now? Delegate anything that gets in the way of listening to this podcast.
EP204 - “Wrap it up, Counselor.” Closing Arguments
Closing arguments are often your last chance to address the jury. Do you rely on Powerpoints or passion? Recap the case or direct the deliberations? Or try to do it all? Amy, Liz, Erica and Elizabeth share winning strategies that will help you prepare your next closing argument.
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Great Listen for Attorneys
I have to echo some of the other 5 star reviews in how great this podcast is! I was also told about it in a Facebook group for young professionals in the legal field and it’s been so helpful and encouraging to hear from other female attorneys, especially from all different places in their careers, about the issues we face and encounter every day. In any office, it can be hard to talk about some of these topics so it’s great to get to listen and feel like I’m not alone on these things. Excellent job ladies! I appreciate you all and you’re hard work on this podcast!
For Attorneys & Professionals Alike
I heard of this podcast through a group Facebook & had to check it out. I was not disappointed. As a young female attorney, I struggle with finding mentor ship as I am the only female attorney in an all male office of 13 lawyers. These ladies discuss topics I face in every day practice and how to combat the struggles of this field. I would highly suggest to any female attorney or professional. I also have recommended this podcast to my male colleagues as well because its content is helpful for all litigators.
Excellent even for A “Little Gentleman”
I am a male attorney, and find this extremely insightful. I am not the target audience, but still gain knowledge listening. By the way, I have never been called “ Little Man” or “Little Gentleman”.