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A legal podcast on all things law and those who practice. Hosted by Kim Wolf Price. Presented by Bond, Schoeneck & King. For more information on Bond visit bsk.com. If you have any questions, want to speak with someone from the firm or have a suggestion for a future topic please email legallybond@bsk.com.
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In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond school law attorney Mara Harvey. Mara discusses joining Bond in January 2024, working with the diverse school districts on Long Island, and she provides some practical advice for any law students interested in a school law practice.
This special episode of Legally Bond is inspired by the recent 2024 Bond Attorneys' Meeting which brought together over 200 attorneys from across all of Bond's offices, Kim talks with Bond attorneys Colin Leonard, Amber Lawyer, Kevin Cope, Matthew Lamstein, Laura Purcell and Lou DiLorenzo as they share their thoughts on what makes Bond great.
In this special Well-Being in Law Week episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Ashleigh Frankel, Co-Founder of The WiseMind Co. and practicing attorney, and Amy Johnston, Clinical Director at Urban Wellness, a mental health organization in Chicago. Ashleigh and Amy discuss the importance of mental well-being in the legal profession and explain that integrating rest ethic is vital to the sustainability of the work ethic required for today's hustle culture.Learn more about The All Rise Initiat...
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond business and transactions attorney Sam Burgess. Sam discusses what it means to be a transactional attorney and how he developed his practice of working with entities owned by professionals such as physicians, dentists, physical therapists, and design professionals.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond labor and employment attorney Hannah Redmond. Hannah talks about how she was able to create a practice that leverages her interest in both labor and employment law and litigation.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond collegiate sports attorney Michael Sheridan. Mike discusses the recent injunction against the NCAA's enforcement of NIL (Name, Image, Likeness) rules.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond litigation attorney and Deputy Managing Member of the Rochester office Jennifer Schwartzott. Jen talks about her litigation practice as well as her recent appointment as co-chair of Bond's Diversity & Inclusion Committee.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond litigation attorney Katie McGraw. Katie talks about how she became a litigator despite initially being interested in tax law, and how she developed her trust and estate litigation practice.
In this special episode of Legally Bond, Kim and producer Kate Femia celebrate the podcast's third anniversary! They discuss how much Bond has changed since starting the podcast in March 2021 and what 2024 looks like for the firm - and the podcast.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond school law attorneys Candace Gomez, Kate Reid and Sara Visingard. Candace and Kate, who co-chair the firm's school law practice group, discuss the recent expansion of the practice group which brought Sara and five of her colleagues to the Bond Buffalo and Rochester offices. Additionally, Sara explains how the collaborative nature of the firm's practice groups has made for a seamless transition to Bond. Learn more about the recent attorney ...
In honor of Women's History Month, this episode of Legally Bond is a reposting of Kim's conversation with Girls Rule the Law Founder and CEO Mirna Santiago. Mirna talks about the positive impact Girls Rule the Law has on middle school and high school girls, and how important discussions of diversity, equity and inclusion continue to be.For more information on Girls Rule the Law and how you can get involved, click here.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond labor and employment attorney Erin Torcello. Erin talks about the cyclical nature of labor and employment law and her leadership roles at the firm including becoming a part of Bond's Management Committee this year.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond cybersecurity and data privacy attorney Jessica Copeland. Jessica, who is chair of Bond's AI Committee, discusses AI governance and how the use of generative AI tools will impact the legal field. To register for the AI Summits mentioned in this episode, click on the links below:NYC, March 5Long Island, March 6
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond business and transactions attorney Elizabeth Morgan. Liz discusses the broad scope of a general corporate and transactional law practice and offers advice for law students.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond's Management Committee Chair and litigation attorney Brian Butler. Brian talks about what his new firm role entails and provides a look into the year ahead at Bond.
In Legally Bond's first episode of 2024, Kim speaks with Bond environmental and energy attorney Kevin Bernstein. Kevin talks about his tenure as Chair of Bond's Management Committee, the nuances of energy law and what he is most looking forward to as he returns to his practice full-time.
After 43 episodes in 2023, the Legally Bond team is taking a break for the holidays! Kim and Kate reflect on the year and look ahead to 2024. We will be back with all things law in the new year. We hope you and your families have a great holiday season.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond's Deputy General Counsel – Conflicts Tess McLaughlin. Tess discusses how she came to Bond's Office of General Counsel from complex commercial litigation and what it means to be a lawyer for a law firm.
In this episode of Legally Bond honoring Giving Tuesday and the holiday season, Kim speaks with Bond litigation attorney Liza Magley. Liza talks about how her commitment to community service has become an integral part of her career and her family legacy of board service with the Loretto Foundation.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with commercial litigation attorney Mark Berman. Mark discusses his current practice, his past and current roles with the New York State Bar Association and his initiatives with technology and the law.
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