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Todays show I am going to share information I have gathered on judges their pay and incentives. Why there needs to be more transparency in our family courts and some wrongdoing that is happening because there is no oversight. We the people are standing up, speaking out and asking for change. Many have been affected by these incentives and have had their families and their assetts depleted all in the name of greed others call racketeering in our courts. I will read off the 15 judges duties to lawyers and other judges. How did America let this happen? How do the people in charge set their own rules and regulations that outright destroy what our country was founded on
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Many people think that lawyers and attorneys are the same people. Sometimes they are depending on who you are speaking with, however there is a distinction between them. Knowing that distinction can save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars depending on your specific legal situation.
In our podcast we shall share with you those legal distinctions, in addition we shall give you the basics on how to organize a "neighborhood legal studies group" and how and when to use an attorney or lawyer.
According to at 2011 ABA report, despite comprising 16% of the US population, Latinos only comprise 4% of the legal profession. The report further noted that Latino lawyers face an astounding amount of racism and discrimination within the profession and in their communities.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we will discuss challenges Latinos/as have within the professional environment. Joining us for this powerful interview is Yesi Morillo-Gual, Director at Citi and founder of Proud to Be Latina, an organization created to help Latinas banish self-doubt and break self-imposed barriers. A personal and professional development network, Proud to Be Latina educates, empowers and encourages Latinas to rise to their full potential.
In this powerful interview, we will:
identify challenges Latinos/as face in the professional environment;
learn cutting-edge diversity and inclusion strategies used in corporate America that can be replicated in law firms to help retain Latino lawyers; and
discuss the importance of cultivating leadership among Latino lawyers.
A lot of people need help from an attorney when leaving a spouse, but in cases of domestic violence and abuse, not all lawyers have the background and skill to deal with the added problems. Barry Goldstein, author of Scared to Leave Afraid to Stay, and co-author of Representing the Domestic Violence Survivor, among many others, will join the show to talk about lawyers and domestic violence.
How can you stand out as a leading-edge lawyer? You need to develop a Sizzling Personal Brand!
Nicole K. Lundy, Speaker, Author and Profitable Personal Brand Strategist, helps high-achieving professionals be seen as an Expert and Leading Authority in their industry. She knows just how important it is to get the right ‘visibility’ to catapult your career to the next level from her past experience working in Corporate Finance. She teaches her clients how to strategically craft a game plan that gets them fast and customized results in their career trajectory.
In this episode Nicole will tackle three essential elements of Personal Branding for leading-edge lawyers.
ALIGNMENT – getting clear on your real personal brand as a leading-edge lawyer.
INFLUENCE – presenting your authority as a leading-edge lawyer.
VISIBILITY – creating a plan to get out there in a BIG way.
Topics covered on this show:
How is the State Bar of Texas involved with attorneys and social media and content?
What can lawyers do to outsource social media content creation and management?
Are there special distinctions to note between personal and professional use of social networks?
Any tips on managing attorney-client relationships, testimonials, recommendations?
The State Bar of Texas regulates the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct. Lawyers use social media to build relationships, to market services in existing relationships and to conduct themselves as thought leaders sharing important resources and information in the community. Lawyers also use social media to investigate people, places and things of interest. The law is catching up to technology and the rules and procedures for social media use by Texas lawyers.
James V. Esh practices primarily in Family Law, Mediation, and Parenting Facilitation/Coordination. Additionally, Mr. Esh is a certified mediator and mediates a wide range of cases and with a particular emphasis in Family Law. He is also a certified Parenting Facilitator / Coordinator assisting families in high conflict resolutions reach a stable co-parenting environment where children can thrive. After graduating high school, Mr. Esh served in the United States Marine Corps. Mr. Esh received numerous awards for innovative thinking and hard work. Upon leaving active duty, Mr. Esh moved to Northwest Arkansas to work on his education. He received his undergraduate degree and his law degree from the University of Arkansas. He was admitted into the Texas State Bar in 2007 authorizing him to practice law. Visit the website for more information. Esh Law Firm in Dallas Texas: 214-814-5374.
The Lawyers With Purpose Team Forum sessions will occur every Tuesday at 1-2pm EST and are led by Molly Hall, Rosalyn Drotar and Laney Lyons-Richardson. After those calls Molly, Roz & Laney debrief their biggest take aways that were shared on the call from the team members they are coaching at LWP.
Join us this evening as Bill Scheidler returns to discuss his undertakings in the State of Washington with regards to the "trial lawyers association", which for all intense and purposes, runs this country including the probate courts.
They have enough hand-picked lawyers on the Bar Associations, in the legislature, in judicial positions and on various commissions, boards and other influential postions to control the corrupt courts we are forced to endure.
Should a citizen "file a complaint" that complaint is heard by the very 'lawyers' that are responsible for the nature of the complaint. In other words, lawyers set the rules, interpret the rules, administer the rules, and impose penalties if they feel the rules have been broken.
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