This is the Gen Why Lawyer podcast. This is a special episode, cosponsored by the American Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division in connection with the Young Lawyer Toolkit. You can access the toolkit by visiting http://www.ambar.org/younglawyertoolkit Bob Young is an attorney and partner at English, Lucas, Priest and Owsley in Bowling Green, Kentucky. For most […]
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This week, I welcome the amazing Ms. Paulette Brown, the President of the American Bar Association. President Brown is a partner and co-chair of the firmwide Diversity and Inclusion Committee at Locke Lord LLP. She has held many positions throughout her career, including as in-house counsel to a number of Fortune 500 companies and as a […]
Take the 2015 Listener Survey and help me create a better show for you in 2016. Please share your thoughts here. Erin’s lifelong love for music led her to marrying her love for the industry with her knowledge of the law. Now, she owns her own practice where she’s able to protect musicians and music […]
Alycia Kinchloe is an attorney in Philadelphia practicing family law, business law, disability and injury law. After working as the managing attorney at a law firm for many years, she decided to make the huge leap and open her own practice. Alycia is passionate about helping father’s with their family law matters and entrepreneurs with […]
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Chris Small is the owner of Emerald City Law Group in Seattle, Washington, and the charismatic host of The Art of Lawyering Podcast. In this episode, he talks to us about why it’s ok if you want to own a law practice but not necessarily practice law, how to be ok with pursuing what you […]
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