Lawpreneur Radio is for entrepreneurial lawyers seeking change, driven to do something different, and hankering to hang out their shingle. We inspire vision and courage when you're wondering what's next, and how to get there. Host Miranda McCroskey interviews successful "lawpreneurs," entrepreneurs, and the companies and vendors that set them up for success. Their journeys will inspire, educate and entertain as they share their successes and failures along the way.
231: Richard Greenbaum of Richard W. Greenbaum, PC discusses business law with us.
Richard W. Greenbaum, founder of Richard W. Greenbaum, PC, received his Degree of Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. After becoming a Partner in the litigation department of a large multi-office national firm in Los Angeles, handling business and tort related claims; Richard found his passion in working closely with small and medium-sized businesses to provide preventative legal services. His desire is to assist his clients in achieving their ultimate goals and help the local business community.
231: JJ Bisnar of JPB INC. Legal Marketing discusses how legal marketing works with us
JJ Bisnar is the owner of JPB Inc. Legal Marketing, a marketing company that works exclusively with attorneys to get clients via the internet. JJ works with some of the most successful law firms ever to market on the internet, providing services as a one-on-one consultant for firm owners, a guest speaker at attorney mastermind groups, as well as a full marketing provider for small to large law firms throughout the United States.
230: Curtis Kaiser of Kaiser Law Group discusses building his boutique estate planning firm.
Curtis Kaiser of Kaiser Law Group is a board-certified specialist in estate planning with a business background and an MBA from UCLA. Curtis’ practice is focused on estate planning for the millionaire next door. Curtis has taught Strategic Communication at UCLA's Anderson School of Business as well as Estate Planning at UC Irvine's paralegal program. In addition to running his thriving practice, Curtis is a co-chair of a local chapter of Tiger 21, North America's premier peer-learning group for high-net worth investors.
229: Kevin Snyder of Snyder Law, PC discusses being a brand new Lawpreneur with us.
Kevin Snyder of Snyder Law, PC is a husband, father, and an attorney dedicated to his family and clients. Always eager to grow and find new ways to provide more value to his community, he left the public defender’s office to empower parents to plan to protect their families for tomorrow so they can live their happy lives today. His mission is to enhance his client's lives by providing them with the peace of mind that their loved ones will be cared in the best way, by who they want, and will avoid conflict and court in the event the unthinkable happens. Kevin still maintains a criminal and juvenile defense practice where he continues to zealously defend his clients with compassion. In everything he does, Kevin works hard so that his clients can rest easy knowing they are being represented by an attorney who cares and is one of the very best.
228: Nicole Wipp of Family & Aging Law Center PLC will be discussing building a successful law practice without referrals or networking.
Nicole Wipp is an estate planning and elder law attorney based in Southeast Michigan, with a successful law practice that was built mostly on utilizing strategic marketing principles, instead of referrals. She is also the creator and host of the Smart Planning 101 podcast, a place for legal, financial and healthcare advice.
227: Michael Rubinstein of the Law Office of Michael E. Rubinstein, PC discusses being the Rabbi Lawyer with us.
Michael Rubinstein is the owner of the Law Office of Michael E. Rubinstein, a solo personal injury practice located in Los Angeles, and serving clients in LA and Orange Counties. Prior to graduating from Loyola Law School in 2011, Michael was ordained as a rabbi by a panel of international rabbis, including the former Chief Rabbi of Israel. He brings this unique background and experience to representing his personal injury clients in the Jewish community and beyond.
An Amazing Resource!
I’m blown away at how many episodes are here…wow! Talk about an abundance of information!
It fascinates me at how much people will share…and how valuable that can be…if someone just takes the time to ask and then listen. Miranda does that exactly. (I bet this serves her well in her day to day work when digging to get information while someone is in court!) While I’m not an attorney I imagine others who are would find enormous value here by learning from their colleagues.
Tons of great information for attorneys seeking a change. Love hearing the stories of those who have made that leap.
Great resource for lawyers
I have networked with many lawyers and they all talk about the frustration of needed to change their mindset and business model to accomodate the changing economy. This podcast is a great resource for this. Great sound and great interview flow. Check it out!