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Attorney Heart

Hosted by Fernardo Flores, this weekly podcast was created by attorneys for attorneys.  With increased levels of stress, anxiety and depression in the profession, Flores focuses on providing wellness advice and tips to find greater levels of fulfillment in all areas of our lives.

bar exam game plan

Prepare and receive excellent tools, strategies, and resources for the bar examination. The podcast covers essays, MBEs and MPT in incorporating holistic wellness strategies to help you manage stress, develop an empowered passing mindset, and maintain motivation for bar exam success.

The Digital Edge

Part of the Legal Talk Network, The Digital Edge is a monthly podcast covering  topics at the intersection of the law and technology- vital for anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of news and developments in legal tech.

Enchanting Lawyer Podcast

Listen to Jacob Sapochnick, this podcast shares social media and marketing tips to grow your business.  

FIT TO PRACTICE

Hear about all things health and wellness for hard-working lawyers. Each week, lawyer Angela Han talks to lawyers about their health struggles and survival. And as a plant-based personal trainer, health coach and yoga instructor, she shares her ideas on how to take back your health.

Gen Why Podcast

A weekly podcast hosted by Karima Gulick and Nicole Abboud. Join them each week as they engage in intriguing conversations with lawyers, legal innovators, and leaders in the profession to help you in your journey to building an impactful life and fulfilling career.

The Happy Lawyer Project Podcast

Hear Okeoma Moronu Schreiner, who's an attorney passionate about helping lawyers discover happiness and balance in law.

I am the Law

Produced by Law School Transparency. I Am the Law interviews law school graduates to share what the practice of law is really like. By shedding a light on real jobs they hope to assist listeners make better law school choices, improve their job search prospects, and seek satisfaction in their jobs.

The Jabot

Hosted by Kathryn Rubino, Senior Editor of Above the Law. This podcast shares challenges women, the LGBTQI community and people of color face in the legal industry. Kathryn interviews various legal professionals who share their diverse and unconventional experiences in the legal field, in an effort to enlighten and inspire her viewers.

Lawpreneur Radio

Hear Miranda McCroskey, who founded her own firm, she creates a community of ‘Lawpreneurs’ (successful entrepreneurial attorneys, authors, coaches, branding and marketing experts) educates and entertains as we explore a new practice built in a new way.

Legal Talk Network

Hosted by leading professionals in the legal industry and feature high profile guests who share their experience and expertise by highlighting important issues and information in a talk show format.

Lessons From A Quitter

Listen to lawyer turned entrepreneur, Goli Kalkhoran, she speaks to inspiring professionals who have quit traditional careers such as law, finance, medicine and more, to forge a different path and create a life they love.

POPLAW

Listen to entertainment law attorneys, Tyrone Scott and Desiree Talley each week discussing pop culture and entertainment law- everything from the latest in celebrity courtroom drama to contract disputes between people with too much money and time on their hands.

Practicing While Black

Hear Delania Barbee, Corporate Associate at AM Law 100 firm and host of the podcast that serves as a platform and a source of inspiration for career & business aspirations by sharing the experiences of black attorneys.

Resilient Lawyer

Hosted by Jeena Cho who offers mindfulness training for lawyers and is the author of The Anxious Lawyer, interviews attorneys who talk about their experience in the legal field and finding happiness.

stay tuned with preet

Listen to Preet Bharara, former attorney, currently serving as the Senior Legal Analyst for CNN. As host of the podcast, he discusses topics concerning political and world news. Tune in every week to hear Preet express his opinions about justice concerning current affairs.

Ted Talks – Law

A collection of Ted Talks related to the topic of law.

Thinking Like a Lawyer

Hear Above the Law’s Ellie Mystal and Joe Patrice, this podcast takes on a range of topics amongst the wider population, and in their own words ‘shine it through the prism of a legal framework.’ This results in lively and fascinating conversations around issues as broad as free speech, drones and droids, weddings and parenting.

This Week in Law

Hosted by attorney & legal blogger, Denise Howell along with Stefan Szpajda as they discuss breaking issues in covering current events at the intersection of law and technology, pop culture and more.

Women in Law on the Record

Listen to Allison Stewart,  Associate at Greenberg Traurig. She is also the Creator and Host of this podcast, where each week she shares stories of successful women in the legal field. Allison interviews various women in law by sharing their experiences in enlightening and providing guidance to women in the legal industry.

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The Creative Lawyer: A Practical Guide to Authentic Professional Satisfaction by Michael F. Melcher

A step-by-step guide to helping you image and realize your path to personal and professional satisfaction. It provides templates to prepare for career changes and envisioning and managing your own professional development

The Happy Lawyer: Making a Good Life in the Law by Nancy Levit & DOUGLAS O. LINDER

The Happy Lawyer examines the causes of dissatisfaction among lawyers and then charts paths to achieving happier and more fulfilling careers in law. It offers ways to maximize our chances for achieving happiness, understanding our own personality types, strengths, and interests.

The Introverted Lawyer by Heidi Brown

This book focuses on helping introverted, shy, and socially anxious pre-law students, law students, and attorneys by providing practical, tangible steps for individual growth in finding their authentic advocacy voices.

Lawyer Interrupted by Amy Impellizzeri

This book covers both the practical and ethical considerations for lawyers taking a break in service for a variety of (voluntary and involuntary) reasons including taking care of family, changing careers, and retirement.  The book focuses on the importance of pre-planning, addresses the considerations unique to each reason for a break, and shares stories and advice from a broad population of lawyers who have taken a break from service for each of these reasons.

Life After Law: Finding Work You Love with the J.D. You Have by Liz Brown

In her book, Liz Brown calls on both her personal experience and the experience of other lawyers to help “launch lawyers into new fields and make them attractive hires for non-legal employers.”  

The Productivity Project: Accomplishing More by Managing Your Time, Attention, and Energy by Chris Bailey

Chris Bailey decides to chronicle a year long project, experimenting and researching how to be more productive. Trying several different hacks and results from studies such as cutting out caffeine and waking up at 5:30 every morning, he discusses the lessons he learned and which practices will help you accomplish more.

24 Hours with 24 Lawyers: Profiles of Traditional and Non-Traditional Careers by Jasper Kim

In this book, you meet 24 various lawyers. From Wall Street lawyer to Sports Broadcaster, this book chronicles their 24 hour day. This book offers different career profiles in both traditional and non-traditional legal jobs in order to prepare you before investing in a legal education or before accepting a new job.