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From Lawyer to Legal Writing Tool, Ross Guberman of Briefcatch.

Ordinarily, referring to a person as a “tool” isn’t particularly complimentary because the term describes  a person whose ego exceeds his talent. That said, I don’t think that this week’s guest, Legal Writing Pro  Ross Guberman will take offense because his new product, Brief Catch  captures Ross’ legal writing expertise and talent and makes those…

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Innovative Law Practice: State Bar Defense and Ethics Attorney Megan Zavieh, Part I

State bar defense and ethics is one of those practice areas  that I generally associate with difficult-to-research case opinions and opaque disciplinary procedures unfamiliar to most attorneys. Yet even though this practice area retains many of the characteristics of 19th century law practice, state bar defense and ethics lawyer Megan Zavieh is anything but traditional…

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From Lawyer to Legal Tech: Lauren Sturdevant of Case Status

Today we welcome another lawyer to legal tech entrepreneur, Lauren Sturdevant, CEO of Case Status, a secure platform for lawyers to communicate with clients with real-time updates, with the added cool feature of allowing satisfied clients to refer their lawyer with the click of a button. Case Status enables lawyers to respond to clients quickly…

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Lawyer to Legal Tech Entrepreneur: Pablo Arredondo of Casetext

We are back on track with our Lawyer to Legal Tech Co-Founder Series. Today, we welcome Pablo Arredondo, former litigator and Casetext Co-Founder and  Chief Legal Research Officer.  Last year, I wrote that Casetext is one of the companies that is truly innovating legal research. And in fact, since my last post, Casetext has rolled…

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Mom Owned Law Firm Interview with Rachael Ardanuy

March brings another round of Mom-Owned Law Firm Profiles where we celebrate mom lawyers who have chosen to own, not loan their talent. Today, we feature Rachael Ardanuy, owner of RZA Legal in Denver, Colorado.   Ardanuy’s firm was in operation for 2.5 years focused exclusively on contract work, but last month, the firm now serves…

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Mom Owned Law Firm Interview with Nicole Avila

March brings another round of Mom-Owned Law Firm Profiles where we celebrate mom lawyers who have chosen to own, not loan their talent. Today, we feature Nicole Avila, owner of Avila Law PLLC in Weston, Florida. Avila launched her firm almost two years ago after returning to her former firm following her maternity leave and realizing…

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Mom Owned Law Firm Interview with Kristen Stanley-Wallace

February brings more Mom-Owned Law Firm Profiles —  where we celebrate mom lawyers who have chosen to own, not loan their talent. Today, we feature Kristen Stanley- Wallace, owner of Stanley-Wallace Law in Slidell, Louisiana. Stanley-Wallace is an example of a woman and mom with multiple career options, with work experience at the Louisiana State Senate,…

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