This week in the Law School Insider we are bringing you Stacey of Stacey E. Burke P.C., a firm that specializes on working with law firms in social media marketing, website design, branding, email marketing, print advertising and more.
This week on the Law School Insider we have Associate Professor and Auxiliary Dean at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School, David Tarrien on Battling Test Anxiety and Avoiding Law School Exam Disasters.
This week on the Law School Insider we have Eric Davis, that a solo practitioner in Illinois that does a little bit of everything including family law, immigration law and more. However, Eric Davis' journey in and through law school was unique and he shares this with us today.
This week in the Law School Insider we are bringing you Michigan State Representative Peter J. Lucido, and exploring the use of a JD degree in public service.
This week in the Law School Insider we are bringing you Sharon Rowen, principal of Rowen & Klonoski and filmmaker of the recent film entitled Balancing the Scales, a film that explores some of the challenges that women have had over the last 50 years.
This week in the Law School Insider we are bringing you Jamie Lieberman, partner and co-owner of Hashtag Legal. Finding Your Passion and Saying "No" Open Doors to Success
This week in the Law School Insider we are bringing you Lori Buiteweg, one of the principal shareholders within the Nichols, Sacks, Slank, Sendelbach & Buiteweg, P.C. firm. Lori Buiteweg is the past president of the State Bar of Michigan and has a long career of advocating for ethical standards and rights for her clients. We are excited to have her on the show today.
This week in the Law School Insider we are bringing you Phillip Schaedler of Schaedler, Lacasse & Frost P.C. in Adrian, Michigan.
Today we will be exploring Phillip Schaedler's journey into law school as well as examining a lawyers' role as a mediator and the possibilities for you in your future career.
This week in the Law School Insider we are bringing you Judge John Badalamenti, judge on the Florida Second District Court of Appeal. Judge Badalamenti shares his experiences with us as well as some of the struggles that he faced as well as explores how success is the intersection of opportunity and achievement.
This week in the Law School Insider we are bringing you Jeff Thomas, Executive Director, Pre-Law Programs for Kaplan Test Prep. It was great having Jeff Thomas on the show as he talked to us about the LSAT, Bar Preparation and many other things.
This week in the Law School Insider we are bringing you Bob Beeckman, Special Investigator with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). #LawSchoolInsider
This week in the Law School Insider we are bringing you Michael Eschelbach, Director of the Bureau of Tax Policy for the State of Michigan. Today we will be talking about his career in education and tax law as well as about things that you can do to find success in your legal career.
This week in the Law School Insider we are bringing you Bryant Dunivan, attorney with the Law Offices of Michael J. Owen, PLLC. Bryant Dunivan focusses his career on real estate law, and today we talk about this niche area as well as his own journey through law school and beyond.
This week on the Law School Insider podcast I had the pleasure of interviewing Romando Nash, Associate Vice President for Student Services at San Jose State University. Today Romando shared his law school experience as well providing insight into other ways in which you may use a JD degree, outside of a courtroom.
Selling a Haunted House? Legal Experts Give Advice on Scary Business
It’s that time of year. October 31st is hiding around the corner. Halloween and haunted houses. Both scary business. WMU-Cooley Law School Professors give practical advice to home owners with chilling concerns for more than just one day out of the year.
Professor Christopher Trudeau teaches Stambovsky v. Ackley in his Property I class. The case covers the disclosures of paranormal activity during the sale of a home. Professor Trudeau has also done extensive research on other statutes and laws regarding such cases. For instance, there is a law in Louisiana that requires individuals to disclose whether their house has a reputation of being haunted. Other cases actually cause people to disclose that a house ISN’T haunted as a marketing tool.
This week on the Law School Insider Podcast I am bringing you Laura McClellan who is of counsel for K & L Gates, a large international law firm that covers many different areas. Her primary focus are is in Real Estate law and today we will be exploring her journey.
Today on the Law School Insider podcast we talk with Professor Devin Schindler of Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. Professor Devin Schindler is an expert on Constitutional Law and I wanted to bring him on to talk about the new television show Designated Survivor as well as the reality of the law on television today.
This week on the Law School Insider podcast we welcome Nicole Abbood, host of the Gen Why Lawyer podcast to our show to share her own law school journey as well as the journey she has been on to find passion in her career and practicing with passion always!
This week on the Law School Insider Jacqueline Freeman, Director of Pre-Enrollment Programs and Diversity at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School shares secrets to attending law school as an international student.
Setting Yourself A part From The Rest In The Legal Career Search. A #LawSchoolInsider Interview with Dean Charles Toy, Associate Dean of Career and Professional Development at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School.
This week on the Law School Insider I am bringing you Dale Richardson, a lawyer with a solo practice, the Law Offices of Dale Richardson in Atlanta, GA as well as the host of the LivetheGoals podcast, a podcast that is dedicated to helping you set and reach goals that matter.
This week we are talking with Dean Toy about the job market. In 2014 there was a lot of media attention to the downsizing of large law firms and an outcry that there was no jobs in the legal profession. Dean Toy is setting the record straight today as it comes to legal jobs.
This week on the Law School Insider we have Western Michigan University Cooley Law School Western Michigan University Cooley Law School alumnus Christopher Pollard, a solo practicing lawyer from New York that focuses his practice primarily on DWI and criminal defense work.
This week on the Law School Insider we have James Weirick who is a retired Marine Lt. Col. and Judge Advocate (JAG) who spent much of his career in the military justice system and continues to act as an advocate for this as well as an advocate toward continued reform in the military justice system.
This week on the Law School Insider podcast we had the pleasure of having on Leona Lewis who is of counsel with Loop Legal and runs a site called Comply Ethic which focuses on compliance issues for small businesses.