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A podcast that shares the experiences and successes of law graduates who created their own paths.
23 Episodes
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In this episode, Susan Guthrie, a Wayne State University School of Law graduate, explains her passion for family law and why she stopped practicing (after 28 years) and created How To Mediate Online. This episode is sponsored by Attornneed (www.attornneed.com).
In this episode, Kisha Brown, a Georgetown University Law Center graduate, explains her passion for civil rights and why she wants black lawyers to be prominent in the legal practice. This episode is sponsored by Attornneed (www.attornneed.com).
In this episode, Robert Uy, a Santa Clara University School of Law graduate, explains why taking an Asian American college course changed the trajectory of his life and led him to becoming a designer. This episode is sponsored by Attornneed (www.attornneed.com).
In this episode, Brianna Herman, a University of Texas School of Law Austin graduate, explains why she decided to be an Assistant District Attorney and how studying abroad in Beijing affected her life. This episode is sponsored by Attornneed (www.attornneed.com).
In this episode, Gordon Firemark, a Southwestern Law School graduate, explains why he teaches law, creates content for entrepreneurs, and hosts the podcast, Entertainment Law Update. This episode is sponsored by Attornneed (www.attornneed.com).
This short episode discusses Season One of the podcast, looks behind the scenes at Season Two, and prepares listeners for an end of the year break.
In this episode, Kyle Sherman, a Louisiana State University Law Center graduate, explains why it’s valuable to be a good listener and why all trials are the same.
In this episode, Becky Morrison, a 2002 Georgetown University Law Center graduate, explains why she stopped being a litigator to follow her passion of helping others and the importance of coaching others to become successful.
In this episode, Jay Coleman, a 2016 Southern University Law Center graduate, explains why took the bar exam in multiple states and why people need to adjust their definition of success.
In this episode, Anna Radke, a 2017 Cardozo School of Law graduate, explains why she used her background in fashion management to protect brands and how law school taught her to be a better writer.
In this episode, Erin Potempa-Wall, a Loyola University Chicago School of Law graduate, explains why she created a platform based on innovation and sustainability and why law school is a great foundation for a business owner.
In this episode, Ruth Jeremiah, a 2010 University of Tulsa College of Law graduate, explains how passing the bar exam was not enough to make her feel successful.
In this episode, Andrea Sager, a 2017 Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law graduate, explains how thrift shopping with her husband sparked an incredible retail business and why she decided to open her own firm to meet the needs of small business owners.
In this episode, Neena Speer, a 2017 University of Alabama School of Law graduate, explains how the importance of continuity inspired her to create her nonprofit organization and why she wants to inspire other minority female law students.
In this episode, Deshani Senewiratne, a 2019 University of California Irvine School of Law graduate, explains how working with students inspired her to attend law school and why she created GradAcheive to help other first generation students gain access to higher education institutions.
In this episode, Yladrea Drummond, a 2015 Southern University Law Center graduate, explains how her legal education is an advantage in the political arena and the pressure of taking the bar exam only to appease others.
Yale Spector, a 1997 University of Baltimore School of Law graduate, explains how a conversation with his wife about opening a food truck led to him innovating the way that he practices law.
In this episode, Attorney Jas, a 2016 Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law graduate, explains how her legal education provoked her to create a business, Jas Talks Law, where she coaches prospective and current law students. Attorney Jas also practices entrepreneur and entertainment law and is a published author.
In this episode, Brandi Mowles, a Samford University Cumberland School of Law graduate, explains how her law school gave her the foundational knowledge needed to become an entrepreneur and to mentor other business owners.
In this episode, Ashley Roy, a 2019 Samford University Cumberland School of Law graduate, explains how her leadership experiences in law school assist her while working with the International Code Council in Alabama
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