Audio: What’s New in Value Pricing with Ronald Baker

Ronald J. Baker is an author and speaker with the mission, “To, once and for all, bury the billable hour and timesheets in the professions.” He teaches a course called “Value Pricing for the Legal Profession” at Solo Practice University®. Talking with Ron is like getting a masters class in economics.  With more than eight […]

Audio: What’s New – Construction Law with Chris Hill

Christopher G. Hill is a construction lawyer in Virginia. He teaches about effective risk management, collection and contract drafting techniques for construction professionals, along with some practice-building advice, at Solo Practice University®. Chris and I talked a couple of months ago about what is new in the construction law practice area so for those interested […]

Audio: What’s New – Appellate Practice and Procedure with D. Todd Smith

D. Todd Smith is a certified specialist in civil appellate law. He teaches a course about appellate practice and procedure at Solo Practice University®. This interview is approximately 52 minutes. Listen directly below. (.MP3) Todd and I enjoyed nearly an hour of discussion on what is new in appellate practice and procedure. This is […]

Audio: What’s New – Entertainment Law with Gordon Firemark

Gordon Firemark is an attorney whose practice is devoted to the representation of artists, writers, producers and directors in the fields of theater, film, television,and music. He teaches a course on how to create and build an entertainment law practice at Solo Practice University®. The interview is about 55 minutes long. Listen directly below. […]

What’s New – Macs in the Law Office with Victor Medina

Victor Medina is the managing partner of a small law firm run entirely on Mac computers and Apple products. The interview is about 49 minutes long. Listen directly below. (.MP3) Victor and I had a terrific conversation about Macs in the Law Office (I’m slowly converting over to Macs – just one old gadget […]

Audio: Social Media & Networking For Businesses (Part 3)

Toby Bloomberg teaches about social media and networking for businesses at Solo Practice University® in a series of Guest Lectures. This lecture was recorded February, 2011. You can listen to her previous guest lectures here (Part 1) and here (Part 2). Toby Bloomberg is passionate about helping people (not companies) create initiatives that leverage the […]

What’s New – Personal Injury with James Reed

Jim teaches “Personal Injury 101: The Nuts and Bolts of Handling Accident Cases” at Solo Practice University® and he recently joined me for an hour long conversation about “What’s New” in Personal Injury Law. Jim and I had a very, very interesting discussion in areas beyond personal injury law which I think everyone should listen […]

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