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Lawyers Gone Ethical

Oct 13, 2020

Screen addiction impacts most of us, and there's little doubt it has a negative impact. Overuse of screens leads to anxiety, depression, decreased productivity, and more.  Its impact is also clear in children. It turns out, it's not entirely our fault that we are so hooked.  Apps accessed on screens give us dopamine...


Sep 22, 2020

We know the profession has a mental health crisis.  We have serious concerns about bars asking applicants about their mental health. But do we really understand the position these questions can put an applicant in?  

In this episode, Megan discusses and (in a first on this show) reads out loud the US District Court for...


Sep 8, 2020

A large number of ethics complaints begin with lawyers taking on more work than they can handle, leading them to miss deadlines, fail to be responsive to clients, and otherwise drop the ball.  A booming business seems like a good thing, but too much of a good thing can cause severe problems.  In this episode,...


Sep 1, 2020

A niche, or narrow, law practice might sound risky, but it's actually a fantastic way to build a rewarding practice.  Lyndosha Jamison has created a niche for herself that is exciting professionally and financially successful.  Join Megan as she interviews Lyndosha to learn how. 

Lyndosha Jamison and Megan presented at...


Aug 18, 2020

First, it sounds like the Florida Bar might be listening to this podcast.  (Jut kidding, of course.)  It issued a proposed advisory opinion allowing out of state lawyers to practice remotely from Florida without UPL repercussions.  Read more about solving the "butt in seat" problem here.

Second, applicants to the bar...