Social Media is amazing for meeting fascinating people. Over these past few years I’ve had the opportunity to connect with Omar Ha-Redeye through our mutual blogging and then increasingly through Twitter. Omar and I recently went from online to offline and got to know each other a little better. It was then I learned of his truly interesting background as well as the practice area he teaches while he grows his solo practice in Canada – Geographic Information Services law. GIS is something we all use everyday but don’t fully appreciate. In today’s conversation we will discuss two topics: GIS law and how teaching what you know can really grow your solo practice.
Omar Ha-Redeye is a Toronto lawyer focusing on health law (personal injury, medical malpractice, occupational health and safety, health policy) and reputation management (online defamation, crisis communications, public relations).
He is a graduate (Juris Doctor) of the law program at the University of Western Ontario. He teaches law and ethics at Ryerson University as an Adjunct Faculty member. He currently sits on the Ontario Bar Association as the Vice-Chair of the Young Lawyers Division.
The audio is about 35 minutes. Listen directly below.
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