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Lawyerpreneur is the podcast where we discuss the alternate paths that allow lawyers to engage their entrepreneurial spirits and distinguish themselves from others. Lawyerpreneur is about encouraging you to ​explore your entrepreneurialism ​and ​creativity both within and outside of your law practice, because being a lawyer doesn't have to mean doing business as usual. ​​​​​​Do you envision yourself as a lawyer-entrepreneur? Or just want to be inspired by others who are? Then this is the show for you.

Lawyerpreneur Jeremy W. Richter

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Lawyerpreneur is the podcast where we discuss the alternate paths that allow lawyers to engage their entrepreneurial spirits and distinguish themselves from others. Lawyerpreneur is about encouraging you to ​explore your entrepreneurialism ​and ​creativity both within and outside of your law practice, because being a lawyer doesn't have to mean doing business as usual. ​​​​​​Do you envision yourself as a lawyer-entrepreneur? Or just want to be inspired by others who are? Then this is the show for you.

    Show Your Personality and Exhibit Your Expertise with Robert Ingalls

    Show Your Personality and Exhibit Your Expertise with Robert Ingalls

    In the past 18 months, we keep hearing that "everyone has a podcast now." It's become a running joke as hundreds, possibly thousands, of podcasts have been born out of a global pandemic. Most have since gone comatose, but others has continued on.

    Robert Ingalls, founder of LawPods, is encouraged by the continued prevalence and popularity of podcasts. He sees podcasts as a way for lawyers and firms to give clients and potential clients a look behind the curtain. It enables clients to get to know their lawyers on a personal level and establishes a platform for lawyers to exhibit their expertise.

    So while not everyone has a podcast ... yet, Ingalls hopes that more lawyers will continue to see the value in a medium that looks like it's here to stay.
    Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lawyerpreneur)

    • 36 min
    Advocacy, Business Ownership, and Bagels Shops with Beth George

    Advocacy, Business Ownership, and Bagels Shops with Beth George

    Episode 47 of Lawyerpreneur starts off a little differently than most. Beth starts off asking me about my work, which I tell her about. And if you've been listening for any length of time, you may have heard before. But it leads us right into her work as a lawyer and what she has been doing outside of law practice.
    I hope you enjoy this interview that touches on everything from food science to creativity and finding fulfillment within a career.

     While Beth George hasn't entirely left the practice of law behind, she spends most of her time consulting with bagel shop owners for her business BYOB Bagels. When Beth's son had dietary sensitivities that required a lot of experimenting, she found herself on a path that would lead to her being a bagel-based business consultant. Because she was raised in a home with a family-run business, Beth George was prepared for both the joys and struggles of being her own boss.

     You can find Beth George at BYOB Bagels, on Instagram at BYOBbagels, and on LinkedIn. 
    Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lawyerpreneur)

    • 48 min
    Turning the Tables with Lisa M. Lilly and J. W. Judge

    Turning the Tables with Lisa M. Lilly and J. W. Judge

    In this newest episode of Lawyerpreneur, Lisa M. Lilly (previously on Episode 19) returns to the podcast to interview me in my role as J. W. Judge, author of the new dark fantasy novel Vulcan Rising.

    In this role reversal interview, Lilly asks me about my writing process, my inspiration for the novel, and why I chose to write fiction under a pen name.

    Learn more about Lisa either by listening to Episode 19 or by going to her website lisalilly.com.

    Find out more about my fiction writing at jwjudge.com, or purchase it wherever you like to buy your books.
    Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lawyerpreneur)

    • 33 min
    Challenge Your Self-Doubt to Achieve Your Ambitions with Angela Han

    Challenge Your Self-Doubt to Achieve Your Ambitions with Angela Han

    Despite the limiting beliefs and self doubts she was experiencing, Angela Han gave herself permission to start a business that she felt compelled to start. In Episode 46 of Lawyerpreneur, listen to Angela talk about why ambition isn't greedy, giving yourself the freedom to pursue opportunities, and how relying on a business coach's belief in the right choice for content creation contributed to her success.
    Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lawyerpreneur)

    • 38 min
    Developing Solutions to Unprecedented Problems with Tahmina Watson

    Developing Solutions to Unprecedented Problems with Tahmina Watson

    Tahmina Watson is the founder of Watson Immigration Law in Seattle. She is the author of the books, The Startup Visa and Legal Heroes in the Trump Era. Tahmina is one of the founders of the legal network, Airport Lawyer. You can also find her on her podcast, Tahmina Talks Immigration, and on her weekly column for Above the Law. 

    Tahmina Watson is both an immigrant to the United States and an immigration lawyer. And as you might expect, there is some correlation between those things. Tahmina has worked tirelessly over the last four years not only to aid those affected by immigration policy under the Trump Administration, but also to affect change so that the United States stops losing talented would-be immigrants to other countries. 
    Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lawyerpreneur)

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Defying Expectations in Search of Fulfillment with David Lat

    Defying Expectations in Search of Fulfillment with David Lat

    In Episode 44 of Lawyerpreneur, David Lat and I talk about the early days of Underneath Their Robes, the predecessor to Above the Law. He tells the story of why he decided to come out from behind his anonymity, and how that led to Above the Law. David tells us what he's most proud of ATL having accomplished. We also discuss his motivations for these endeavors, David's view of himself as a creative person, his state of his recovery from COVD-19, and what's next.
    Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lawyerpreneur)

    • 31 min

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LawCommenter ,

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Jeremy your testimonial about your mentor is touching and relevant. I did not benefit from that kind of mentor as a baby lawyer but overcame it by building my own book of business. You’re absolutely right in the notion that establishing more than the retained matter is important with clients and colleagues. When you are able to know someone you also build trust. This takes many forms and I think one has to be careful not to be too friendly or one side can get hurt. Thank you for being vulnerable and sharing this.

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Great Show

Great show to fill in the educational gap related to the business of the practice of law.

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