Rise of the Unconference with Sean Bernstein [LGE 085]

Megan is joined by Sean Bernstein, organizer of Legal Innovation Summit at Fireside, to talk about that event and others in an unconference format.  How can solos benefit from getting out of the usual legal conference setting and into something more interesting and collaborative?  How are unconferences structured?  Listen in on Sean and Megan and[…]

Earned Fees & Unearned Fees: Handling a Mixed Check

This post was written by Megan Zavieh and originally published on Lawyerist.com on September 30, 2014. Handling client funds correctly is critical to the success of your law practice, not only for business reasons but for ethical ones. It is essential to properly handle a check which contains a mix of fund types.   Related: Billing to[…]

Jack Newton at Clio Con 2019 [LGE 084]

There is so much to talk about from Clio Con 2019, including the Legal Trends Report.  In this episode, Jack Newton stops by the Lawyers Gone Ethical recording booth. Resources Mentioned: Medium Article discussing Clio’s History 2019 Legal Trends Report Guest Info: Jack Newton – Twitter Thanks for listening! Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to the[…]

Astroturfing to Technethics, the New Vocabulary of Legal Ethics

This post was written by Megan Zavieh and originally published on Lawyerist.com on September 25, 2013. Ethics blogs and journalists spend a lot of time writing about new technology and how it impacts the world of legal ethics. All this writing spawned a new vocabulary. It can get very wordy to describe something without a name, particularly[…]

Ethically Outsourcing Substantive Legal Work with Talitha Gray Kozlowski [LGE 083]

LAWCLERK was started by three partners who saw a growth market in outsourced substantive legal work.  Answers to ethics questions were critical to establishing a marketplace for lawyers seeking lawyer help on their substantive legal work.  In this episode, Megan and guest Talitha Gray Kozlowski dive into the ethics issues facing lawyers who need some[…]

Who Decides What in the Attorney-Client Relationship?

This post was written by Megan Zavieh and originally published on Lawyerist.com on February 27, 2015. The attorney-client relationship is one of varying degrees of collaboration, depending on how involved your client chooses to be, how sophisticated they are in legal matters, and the type of case.   But no matter how sophisticated your client may be,[…]

Using Social Media During Jury Trials

This post was written by Megan Zavieh and originally published on Lawyerist.com on September 2, 2014. Most of us only know enough about jury selection to figure out how to get bounced from a potential jury. Lawyers who work in jury selection, though, know its ins and outs and have a new tool to consider: social media.[…]