144 episodes

Scott Limmer and Oscar Michelen, lawyers who watched their once thriving solo (Scott) and small firm (Oscar) law practices lose direction, discuss how based on the principals of being authentic, giving value and building business relationships & networking they were able to analyze, reboot, and grow their law practices and offer practical advice on how you can grow your solo or small law practice too. Join them each week to discuss topics such as legal marketing, personal & professional growth, networking, technology and helping mold and grow your personal self and your online persona.

Reboot Your Law Practice Scott Limmer and Oscar Michelen

    • Management & Marketing
    • 4.7, 26 Ratings

Scott Limmer and Oscar Michelen, lawyers who watched their once thriving solo (Scott) and small firm (Oscar) law practices lose direction, discuss how based on the principals of being authentic, giving value and building business relationships & networking they were able to analyze, reboot, and grow their law practices and offer practical advice on how you can grow your solo or small law practice too. Join them each week to discuss topics such as legal marketing, personal & professional growth, networking, technology and helping mold and grow your personal self and your online persona.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
26 Ratings
26 Ratings
KatieBrooksIV ,

great content

Full of great actionable content.

Jack11 ,

Sad, they support communism while they lie about history

Sadly, this podcast, which pnce had some really good advice about networking, has gone off the rails and now fully supports the most evil and murderous ideology that ever existed: communism. All while lying about facts.

In one podcast, one of the hosts lamented the death of Fidel Castro---a murderous, psychopathic, theiving dictator. A simple Google search of Castro's crimes will suffice to show the kind of evil these two support.

In another, the two spend a portion of the podcast lying, claiming that communists never infiltrated Hollwood or influenced filmmaking, despite the overhwleming evidence from the HUAC transcripts, the Venona project, the CPUSA's own members, and the KGB's files that yes, communists targeted and infiltrated the U.S. film making industry.

Scott and Oscar should be ashamed of themselves, but sadly, such evil has no shame. Look for them to start apologizing for Antifa (re: communists's) shut down of Trump's 2016 Chicago rally, Antifa's shutdown of free speech at Berkeley, and various other violent communist activities.

215PhillyLawyer ,

Great podcast!

Thank you Scott and Oscar for putting together a great podcast for lawyers! I look forward to your new episode every week. The discussions are so practical and applicable. As a lawyer who left managament of a larger practice to hang my shingle, I appreciate the experience and tips that you provide.

Alycia K.

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