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, Elizabeth McNulty and Megan Crowe. 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
EP 803- Sexual Assault Verdict for the Plaintiff Part Two
The one fact that will convince the jury your client is telling the truth is right there in the records….you just have to find it and present it in the most impactful way possible. Tune in to hear how our courtroom strategy helped the jury get justice for a brave woman who was determined to fight for what is right.
EP 802- Sexual Assault Verdict for the Plaintiff Part One
Our latest trial win involved a sexual assault case between a woman, her supervisor, and what really happened after he knocked on her hotel room door. We’ll share the facts of the case in part one and take you to trial in part two.
EP 801- Preserving the Record for Appeal
In the heat of trial, your mind is on the moment, not always on the potential for appeal. Failing to preserve the record can be a costly mistake. Get in the weeds with us as we discuss what you need to preserve, how to do it efficiently and why you may want to ask for help on this front in major litigation.
ENCORE Jury Instructions
Jurors need legal guidance when deliberating a case because, duh, they aren’t lawyers. Jury instructions are their roadmap, and it’s definitely in your client’s best interest to be sure those instructions are as clear and concise as possible. In this episode, we discuss verdict directors, clean and dirty instructions, roving commissions, potential pitfalls and resources to create instructions that help the jury align their decision within the proper legal parameters.
EP 742- New Year’s Resolutions
The New Year is a good time for reflection even if you don’t do resolutions. To kick off 2024, we checked in on last year’s silly and serious resolutions and made some new goals to guide us in the coming year. Take a moment to reflect on your accomplishments and resolve to “do you” even better this year.
EP 741- ‘Tis The Season
The holidays can be stressful but sharing the joy of traditions like making memory books, traveling home and tying the hugest tree you can find on the mini-Cooper make it all worthwhile. Join our holiday party as we share our family traditions and plans to make this holiday season our best yet. Wishing you the happiest of holidays from all of us at Heels in the Courtroom.
I found them from the Jury is Out podcast and I can’t recommend them enough. It’s not just for women but also great for male trial attorneys as well who want insight into our experience with great trial tips on bettering your trial skills.
I love this podcast so much. They’re inspiring and they speak to me and my own experiences in the courtroom.
Thank you for doing this podcast!!!
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.