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Lawyers Gone Ethical

134 EpisodesProduced by Megan Zavieh: Ethics AttorneyWebsite

How do lawyers function in today’s changing legal market without running afoul of the ethics rules? What must lawyers include in their social media profiles and posts? How technologically competent must a lawyer be? How secure must lawyers keep client data? Can lawyers accept credit cards or cry… read more


Law Practice Lessons Learned on the Race Course (Live Keynote) [LGE 033]

Just like with obstacle course races, lawyers’ careers are long, tough, and full of unforeseen obstacles. In this replay of my recent keynote presentation for CEB’s The Basics conference in California, I share lessons learned on the race course that lawyers can apply to their own lives and careers.  

What I Cover in This Keynote:

  • How I transitioned from BigLaw to solo practice because of a shift in my perspective and priorities
  • Why lawyers let fear (specifically the fear of violating the ethics rules) stop them from pursuing their dreams
  • You know a lot more than you realize so always fall back on your knowledge when you’re afraid
  • There are always alternatives to reaching your goal; don’t get caught up in obstacles
  • The importance of being ethical even when people aren’t looking
  • You can’t go though your legal career alone, just like with running a race course
  • Get used to being uncomfortable when asking others for help
  • The legal profession doesn’t have to be a nasty place; kindness can go a long way
  • When you’re fatigued with your cases, take a break
  • Age is not an obstacle so being “too young” or “too old” to learn something new should never be an excuse
  • It is so important to find your tribe!

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This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not to be construed as legal advice specific to your circumstances. If you need help with any legal matters, be sure to consult with an attorney regarding your specific needs.

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