Mastering AI, Metaverse, and Web3 for Lawyers and Business Innovators

In this episode, Marcia and I explore the fascinating intersection of law, business, and technology. Discover why personal branding and building relationships are key to success in the legal profession.

Marcia Narine Weldon is a professor and the Director of the Transactional Skills Program at the University of Miami School of Law, general counsel of a startup, and the co-chair of the governance committee of the Women’s Fund of Miami-Dade. More watch/listen options here.

Embrace your distinctiveness!

Embrace your distinctiveness! Feel free to approach situations and challenges from your own unique perspective. This can give you a fresh angle to reassess obstacles and keep the energy of discussions alive and flowing.

In my soon-to-be-published book (just around the corner, launching on June 1st!), I’ve bundled together a treasure trove of easy-to-apply techniques to help you achieve exactly this – and so much more. Why not secure your copy today and take advantage of a whopping 50% pre-order discount. Hop on to this link!

Looking forward to your thoughts!


A letter from a lawyer to his younger self on CAREER DIRECTION and PASSION

Dear New Lawyer,

I was there 37 years ago. I didn’t know where to start and what to do. Here’s what I wished my future self could have shared with me during those first few years of practice.

In the legal world, young lawyers often find themselves caught in a whirlwind of expectations, struggling to find their footing. The pressure to perform is immense, and the path forward can seem convoluted.

It’s OK. It’s normal to feel this way.

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The Sacred Bond: Unraveling the Mystery of the Attorney-Client Privilege

The attorney-client privilege is the big topic right now. It’s being talked about 24/7.

What is it? Why is it so important?

Well, based upon my last three decades of practicing law, let me pull back the curtain and share with you the story about this important privilege.

My article on LinkedIn.