Law Podcasts You Should Be Listening To

Podcasts are definitely a force in the entertainment industry, allowing anyone with a microphone, an internet connection, and a discussion topic to broadcast their thoughts to the world. And, as you’d imagine, we happen to enjoy law podcasts here at Law One. Here are just a few law-focused podcasts that definitely deserve a subscription.

The Lawyerist Podcast

Every week, Stephanie Everett, Aaron Street, and Sam Glover come together to discuss everything from practicing law and beyond. A few recent episodes discuss the scientific side of charisma, maximizing a remote workplace, and not taking unscheduled phonecalls. Check them their official website here!

Legal Toolkit

Any podcast that can product consistent content for nearly a decade is surely something to behold. This is the case with Legal Toolkit, a show that specializes in management advice for your practice. Host Jared Correia looks at a number of topics through a legal lens, such as data literacy, cryptocurrency, and virtual bookkeeping. New episodes can be found on their official website.

Lawyer 2 Lawyer

The longest continually-running legal podcast, Lawyer 2 Lawyer is hosted by established law bloggers Robert Ambrogi and J. Craig Williams. Together, the two discuss a number of the most popular topics in the legal world, often with conflicting viewpoints. The podcast has currently recorded over 500 podcasts, so you’ve got a little bit of catching up to do. Check out the Legal Talk Network for new episodes!

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Introducing our New Social Media Videos

There’s no doubt that video is the future. With the rise of social media and the increasing speed of information, video has become an increasingly efficient manner of spreading ideas and entertainment. With this in mind, our social media team has begun creating informative videos on our fields of expertise. Some of these include facts revolving around dog bite injuries, back-related issues, and personal injury settlements. Make sure to take a look at our videos below and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn!

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Follow Us on Social Media!

Are you interested in keeping up to date with Law One news and content? Make sure to follow us on our various social media channels! Our general posts include everything from news surrounding Law One events and updates to law statistics and facts. For example, some of our recent posts have included our collaboration with the Colorado Chiropractic Association Convention and a short video detailing personal injury settlement facts. 

Make sure to keep an eye out for our content on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. The law community is extremely active on social media, so we make sure to keep up with all the most relevant hashtags, such as #denverlaw, #personalinjurylawyers, and #lawyersofInstagram. We’ve made a lot of great connections through these hashtags, with local law firms and national professionals alike, so make sure to check them out!

Is there any other types of content you’d be interested in seeing? Reach out to our social channels and let us know! 

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Check Out Our Amazing Avvo Reviews!

We always love getting feedback from the people we’ve collaborated with. One of our favorite ways to see this feedback is through the legal rating and review website Avvo, where we have been steadily accumulating reviews over the years. Here’s a small sampling of some of our more memorable reviews:

“My divorce trial was won 11 months earlier when I hired Joe to be my lawyer. Being a former prosecuting district attorney, Joe was heads and shoulders above my wife’s attorney. He relied on the law and a professional approach while in court. My wifes’ lawyer took the dishonorable path of character assignation and clever word games. If you believe any judge wouldn’t be able see through my wife’s lawyers antics after listening for years to such antics, then you are sorely mistaken.

Joe is also an extremely honest business man. I never felt he was overcharging me or looking for some way to run up his bill. In court, when I told my wife’s attorney that I didn’t bother to check his bills, she was surprised and said, ‘You really didn’t check his bills?’ and my answer was, ‘Why would I?’ My guess is that her clients checked on her bills and probably for a good reason.

Also, Joe is a gentlemen. So if you want a “bulldog” you should hire him. If you want to hire a “pit bull” for a lawyer, well, I think judges look at pit bull lawyers like they look at lawyers whose weapons are limited to character assassination and clever, in their opinion, word games.