Gordon Firemark shares his perspectives on Entertainment Law and on how lawyers should use podcasting to expand their reach and audience.
When preparation meets opportunity is a mantra that Larry Nolan, president-elect for the State Bar of Michigan lives by and you should too!
Be Open in Law School and Take Advantage of as Many Opportunities As You Can! A #LawSchoolInsider Interview with Bethany Slomski, WMU Cooley Law School alumni and In-House Senior Counsel for a financial services agency.
Sports Law with Ben Shotten, Media Relations manager for the Tampa Bay Storm arena football team this week on the #LawSchoolInsider #Podcast
Homeland and National Security Law is an exciting new field of law. A #LawSchoolInsider interview with Frank Spano,Executive Director of The Counterterrorism Institute
Entertainment Law Is More Than Movies & Television! A #LawSchoolInsider Interview With Catherine Katona
Things Happen In Law School That Are Unexpected, But You Can Move On And Get Past Them! A #LawSchoolInsider interview with Judge Amy Ronayne-Krause
Aaron Rodenbo says Law School Takes Hard Work - Leave Nothing On The Table in this week's #LawSchoolInsider interview.
Don't let Character and Fitness concerns during the law school application process stop you from achieving your law school dream says WMU-Cooley Law School alumna Amy Panek.
Knowing the steps to take and the questions to ask will help you to know how to apply to law school and to attend the school you want to attend!
You must understand the History, Culture & Practice of Law to find ultimate success states Michigan Supreme Court Justice, Stephen Markman in this #LawSchoolInsider interview.
Going To Law School Pushes You To Your Intellectual Limit! Tips to learn from! A #LawSchoolInsider interview Szu Yu Chang
Getting involved early will help you to be happier & more successful in law school says Randy Petrowski in this week's #LawSchoolInsider
3 Tips To Maximize Hard Work & Diligence in Law School which allow you to dig in, be diligent and well prepared throughout your law school journey. A #LawSchoolInsider interview with principal at Miller Canfield, Thomas Cranmer
Money is great but it does not fill your heart - tips to find your true passion for studying the law. An #LawSchoolInsider interview with attorney Catherine Groll attorney with the Mike Morse Law Firm
What is the most important thing to remember as a lawyer? wediscuss this in depth with Nicole Hughes, Associate Attorney atAlane and Chartier LLP #LawSchoolInsider
As a student in law school you should consider study abroad as away to expand your global view of the law. Jennifer Gallardo sharesher experience studying abroad in Spain in this #LawSchoolInsiderinterview.
For anyone entering the legal profession you muststartnetworking and building your reputation from Day 1 saysJacksonCounty Probate Register and a graduate of WesternMichiganUniversity Cooley Law School Bruce Crews in this#Lawschoolinsiderinterview.
3 Ways to Take The Fear Out of Law School - Sharon Hanlon talks about getting past the fear that can be prevalent in law school to find your ultimate success. She also shared her own law career experience and journey to becoming successful and considered and Elite and Super Lawyer in the State of Florida and well knowing in the field of personal injury.
How to to survive the first year in law school. Julie Lawler-Hoyle shares her journey and some tips for how she found success after completing year one of his journey toward a law degree and becoming a lawyer.
In this episode we speak with Christian Smith, Attorney with the City of Atlanta's Prosecutors Office, about his professional journey. He emphasized the importance of focusing on the future as you work your way through law school.
In today's episode I spoke with Western Michigan University CooleyLaw School student Romain Peyret. Romain is a student who is from Florida, but who also is a dual citizen of France. Romain just completed his first year of law school and he shares some valuable tips with all of our listener about how they can be successful during their first year in law school.
Western Michigan University Cooley Law School Associate Dean of Students and Professionalism, Amy Timmer, talks about Professionalism and the importance of staring your professionalism journey early, even before you start law school.
Today, I spoke with Mrs. Zaneta Adams, the Director of Community for Challenge America, an agency that works with veterans and their families as they transition back in civilian life after military service. As a disabled veteran herself and mother of six, Zaneta had to overcome a lot of obstacles to achieve her dream of becoming a lawyer and she shares that journey with all of our listeners today.
In today's episode I spoke with Western Michigan University Cooley Law School student Charell Elliott. Charell is a student,originally from Buffalo, New York, who just completed her first year of law school and she shared some valuable tips with all of our listener about how they can be successful during their first year in law school.