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A Lawyer’s Guide to Reducing Anxiety through Practiced Mindfulness

Episode Synopsis: In her best-selling book, The Anxious Lawyer, co-author Jeena Cho offers guidance for lawyers looking to improve their mental health and practice of law through the use of mindfulness and meditation. Cho discusses why the dynamics and training most attorneys receive fail them in the long run and provides successful coaching techniques she…
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The 3 Best Tools Attorneys Use

Lester Tate joined me on my most recent podcast episode of The Advocate’s Key to discuss a variety of topics. A few months in as a podcaster and I am just beginning to see the value of these monthly conversations.
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A Lawyer’s Look at Unconventional Advice About Being Unconventional

Over the holidays I had lunch with a law student. The setting was perfect — great food and excellent cocktails. She had great questions about legal practice and the conversation was delightful, although there was one topic that stood out and I wanted to share it with you.
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The Political Nature of Successful Legal Advocacy With Lester Tate

Lester Tate, former President of the State Bar of Georgia and former Chair of the Georgia Judicial Qualifications Commission, discusses his career as a trial lawyer, the current state of judicial ethics, and the often political nature of successful advocacy. Since 1996, Lester has practiced as a shareholder in Akin & Tate, Georgia's oldest continuing law firm, and offers his advice to new and future attorneys, including the one job he believes best prepared him for a career in law.
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How We Won the Rice v. The State Case

The trial was not starting out well at all. At the end of a half-day of motions, I had won exactly zero. All my motions had been overruled. All of the State’s had been granted.
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Responsible Use of Social Media with Judge Stephen Dillard

Judge Stephen Dillard, the "Twitter Laureate of Georgia" and Presiding Judge of the Georgia Court of Appeals, shares how he has leveraged social media to bring transparency to his role at the court, and explains how lawyers can use social media responsibly and effectively to virtually mentor law students and to educate the public on the practice of law.
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When Is It Time To Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer?

Is it any wonder that, according to Avvo, "59% of people surveyed have tried to solve their legal issues by themselves?"
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Choosing the Right Juror Can Make or Break Your Case

As a jury consultant for some of the nation's most noted cases, including the Unabomber and the Boston Marathon bombings, attorney Denise de La Rue explores what lawyers can do to ensure they're picking the best juries possible to represent their client's most compelling case.
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How To Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer

When you hire a lawyer, particularly on something as potentially complex as a personal injury matter, you are not hiring a mere technician.
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Senate Candidate Loeffler Attacks Collins for Work as a Defense Attorney

In a recent ad, incumber Senator Kelly Loeffler has attacked challenger Doug Collins for purportedly being a criminal defense attorney, having a website that advertised for clients, and for accepting appointed cases. Her campaign website posted a list of Georgia sheriffs who condemned Collins for his “criminal defense history.” Sen. Loeffler presumably had the assistance…

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