This podcast is al about sharing cool stories about unique lawyers. Lawyers who take risk, lawyers who change careers, and lawyers who have fun. These are popular topics on You Are A Lawyer:
- How law school impacts your life and money
- Bar Exam challenges and wins
- Leaving the law for cool jobs like filmmaking or Lego brick sculpting
- How to transition to different careers or away from the law
Lawyers can do anything.
Every week, Kyla Denanyoh interviews a game-changing lawyer to discuss how their legal education impacts their life. Because whether you’re working as an artist, tech investor, yogi, or blogger, if you’ve graduated from law school, YOU ARE A LAWYER.
By sharing their experiences during and after law school, podcast guests expose how law school promotes competition and perfectionism and their creativity and talents are often hidden.
You Are A Lawyer promotes lawyers and law school graduates with exciting hobbies, interests, and career changes. This podcast will motivate you to start that side hustle, challenge you to find a nontraditional career, and push you to embrace the hobby that you’ve been hiding. So ask yourself, are you an ambitious lawyer who is limited in their career?
A law student who daydreams about impacting the world? Did you struggle with the bar exam and now you’re bored with the law?
You Are A Lawyer will remind you that your law degree is valuable wherever you are and whatever you are doing. Join the email list and get introduced to more fearless lawyers every week.
Karl Seelbach, lawyer and the founder of Skribe.ai, a legal tech company joins us for episode 129 of the You Are a Lawyer podcast. Karl explains how Skribe.ai offers attorneys a more efficient and cost-effective way to capture legal testimony, such as depositions, using AI and software solutions. The platform allows attorneys to easily access video synced to the transcript, create video clips, and receive a final proofread and certified transcript within three days. Karl discusses the benefits of this technology for trial lawyers and highlights its potential for transactional law as well. Tune in to learn more about the innovative use of AI in the legal field.