Summary: Podcast by NJSBA Sidebar
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Brian Quigley knows, the general counsel and deputy executive director of the New Jersey Assembly Majority Office, shares insights on the law-making process in Trenton.
The New Jersey Lawyers Assistance Program is a free, confidential service that provides attorneys, judges, law school students, and law school graduates with resources for handling mental health or substance abuse issues that could impact their professional and personal well-being. On this edition of Sidebar, Denise Golonka, NJLAP’s clinical manager, discusses the importance of mental health, how NJLAP can help the legal community practice self-care and makes the case for why wellbeing is a part of a lawyer’s ethical duty of competence because it affects their ability to make positive, responsible decisions for themselves, their families, and their clients.
Hear from Shawn M. LaTourette. He is chief of staff at the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. He is the 2019-2020 Chair of the LGBT Rights Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association. And he is the father to 8 ½-year-old twins.
In the latest episode, the NJSBA sits down with Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia Valdes for a wide-ranging discussion.
Hear from Judge Glenn A. Grant, the acting administrative director of the courts, about how the Judiciary operates and some of the key issues facing the legal system.
Check out this interview with 2019 - 2020 NJSBA President Evelyn Padin
The latest episode features a chat between Roy Gordon and his mentor, Eric Fikry. Listen in to find out more about the program; what a mentor and a mentee should each contribute to the relationship to make it a success; and what the program can do for you.
The latest episode features a conversation with Jennifer Stonerod, president of the Burlington County Bar Association, about women in leadership positions.
Jason Scott Camilo talks about why and how he makes pro bono work part of his practice.
The latest edition is all about developing a personal and professional brand online.
With the latest figures from the Judiciary once again proving that the vast majority of New Jersey lawyers work on their own or in small practices, this is an episode all solo and small-firm lawyers need to hear. It's crunch time for open enrollment for healthcare insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Find out what you need to know.
This episode of Sidebar, a podcast from the New Jersey State Bar Association, features a conversation with Victoria Pratt, former chief judge of the Newark Municipal Court. Pratt attracted international attention after her work in in New Jersey’s first community courtroom – Newark Community Solutions – was the subject of an article in The Guardian. She later recorded a TED Talk entitled “How Judges Can Show Respect,” which has been viewed on the TED site over 1 million times. In this interview, Pratt talks about practicing procedural justice, an approach that aims to increase public trust in the system.
David Sciarra talks about professionalism and what it means as an advocate fighting in court to secure a thorough and efficient education for low-income and minority children.
This episode features a conversation about how to make sure you are using the right language when you talk to clients, adversaries and anybody else you run into.