[Español] 27. Storytelling para abogados: el poder de nuestras historias

La persuasión es una habilidad indispensable para los abogados. O puedes contar historias que persuadan, convenzan, apasionen, en definitiva, historias que ganen debates y negociaciones o te va a ser muy difícil conseguir clientes.

Este episodio explora las claves del storytelling. 

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[English] 27. Storytelling for lawyers: the power of our narrative

As a lawyer being persuasive is a must skill to master. Either you are able to tell stories that persuade, compel, convince and ultimately win arguments and negotiations or you are going to have a very hard time landing clients.

Discover why storytelling is a critical skill for lawyers and the keys to good communication.

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[English] [Interview] 26. Legal Creatives with Tessa Manuello: Infusing Creativity into Legal Work

This episode is a deep dive into creativity in legal practice featuring Tessa Manuello, an expert in legal innovation and creativity. We cover:

– How lawyers can be more creative in their daily practice;

– How to reduce the access to justice gap while improving lawyers’ lifestyle;

– Legal design;

– Contract sprints; and

– The best tools to enhance innovation and creativity.

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[English] [Interview] 25. Richard Mabey’s success story: Building Data-Driven Legal Teams

Today’s episode features Richard Maybey CEO at Juro (https://juro.com). Richard has successfully transitioned from big law to legaltech entrepreneur and is transforming the way contracts are made.

This episode has great insights on:

– How data is reshaping legal work;

– How to transition from traditional legal roles into legal tech;

– Legal operations teams;

– Legal design; and

– Strategic legal thinking.

Juro has just released a free ebook “Legal Operations: How to do it and why it matters”. You can download it from the following link:Legal Operations Ebook

[English] [Interview] 23. Legal Innovation from the bench: the perspective of a US Judge with Hon. John Facciola

Today’s episode brings a brand new perspective into the legal innovation debate. Hon. John Facciola shares his insights on the intersection between law and technology as a United States Magistrate Judge in the District of Columbia and a Law Professor at Georgetown Law School.

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[English] [Interview] 22. Mindfulness for Lawyers with Michael Goldman and Ruby Sheikh

Today I’m sharing with you a really powerful episode where I interview Michael Goldman and Ruby Sheik both working at Georgetown University Law Centre and facilitators at the Lawyers in Balance program.

We will be discussing meditation, mindfulness and some other ways that can help you cope with your everyday life and improve your professional skills from the inside out.


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[English] [Interview] 21. The Future of Law with Katia Lin: insights on Axiom

When I started the podcast I could only dream to have Katia Lin, East Coast Practice Manager at Axiom, as a guest and this week as we are celebrating 4 months since the podcast launch, we made it happen. If you have always admired the work Axiom is doing in the legal industry and are curious to find out more, this is the perfect episode for you.

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[English] 19. Emoji Law :)

First time you hear about Emojis in a legal context? This was me a couple months ago. But then out of curiosity, I started researching the legal implications of using emojis and I was very surprised about how many areas of law have been impacted by these cute symbols.

According to the Emoji report published in 2016, over 2.3 trillion messages including emojis where projected to be sent that year and this figure continues to grow every day. 

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