This week Matt Ritter and Kevin Israel take a break from Father's Day festivities to discuss why it took so long for NJ to ban bestiality, which Supreme court justice is the best writer, according to a guy that broke down rap lyrics to figure out who reigns supreme...and it ain't Jay-Z. Finally, Matt calls BS on Sonia Sotomayor just stumbling into Hillary Clinton "randomly" at Costco.
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This week Joan Weisblatt and Ndidi Oriji helm the podcast and the talk is about murder! One man who is claiming innocence who seems guilty and another who served hard time only to be exonerated 17 years later. Yikes.
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This week, Matt Ritter and Joan Weisblatt keep it really short as they are busy trying to bbq for Memorial Day. But they have time to make fun of the lawsuit against Johnny Manziel for his allegedly small unit which caused emotional distress to serial litigant Johnny Lee Riches, if it was in fact him. Then we discuss the NJ judge who got caught "Fraternizing" with a stripper, and finally discuss a connecticut high school that may or may not be a cult.
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This week Matt Ritter and Kevin Israel run the show. We congratulate all those who finished law school and are headed for a lot more suffering studying for the bar. Kevin offers his assistance as he took it FIVE times.
They discuss how to deal with patent trolls, a horrifying death of a law firm partner and a woman who had a "Falling Down" moment at Burger King. Who would you write a Dear Piece of Sh*t letter too and should Hallmark have cards for this?
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This week Matt Ritter hosts solo because we scored a great interview with TV host Darren Kavinoky. Darren Kavinoky is the creator and host of the hit TV show, "Deadly Sins", which airs on Investigation Discovery. He is also a certified interventionist, attorney and legal analyst, and “misbehavior” expert who appears constantly on the Today show, The View, Entertainment Tonight, The Insider, Dr. Phil, Dr. Drew, CNN, HLN, Fox News, and countless other TV and radio shows.
Matt and Darren discuss his background, it's a truly inspirational tale filled with lots of ups and downs. If you're a struggling law student and you think grades are the be all and end all, think again.
More important than his professional accomplishments is the compelling inspirational tale he has to share.
Once an overweight kid from a dysfunctional family, he went on to suffer from his own addictions which plagued him for many years. To call his downward spiral a “bottom” is a gross understatement; Darren lost everything. But in May of 2000, after two decades of battling his demons, Darren experienced a pivotal moment. Since then, the kid who wore “husky” sized Toughskins has completed seven Ironman triathlons. The bankrupt attorney who swept floors in a furniture store created several multi-million dollar businesses. As an interventionist and as a speaker, Darren is now obsessed with helping people and organizations produce their own pivotal moments that are just as powerful.
Darren is a true “misbehavior” expert – his own and other people’s! This has given Darren a unique and refreshing perspective. He has the innate ability to authentically connect with people from all walks of life, from white collar to blue collar to no collar, a talent that has resulted in rave reviews from jurors, TV producers, and live audiences alike.
Darren is a speaker's speaker. He inspires audiences everywhere, and constantly gets glowing reviews. He’s described as a "dynamic, polished, inspiring, funny, and most importantly authentic" speaker. Besides his signature keynote, Be The Billboard, he is also asked to speak on topics as varied as media, negotiation, pop culture, branding, and of course, anything having to do with law.
Matt and Darren finish by getting in depth on the Donald Sterling issue, which Darren had a very interesting take on that you don't want to miss!
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This week Matt Ritter and Ndidi Oriji host. We get further down the Sterling rabbit hole before moving onto some lighter fare. George Clooney finally decides to settle down with a well education serious lawyer, is he up to the task. Matt and Ndidi do a little role play in the Clooney household.
Matt then interviews Lee Pacchia, lawyer, former host of Bloomberg Law show and now founder of Mimesis, a production company for law firms and law schools, helping them to get there content out there.
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This week Matt Ritter and Matt Storrs host. Matt tells us about how at Arizona Summit Law school, students resorted to begging for change because of the logistics of their cafeteria. They then discuss the defendant who wants his murder tattoo removed because they think it will bias his jury in his murder trial. Then we discuss racists. Cliven Bundy and Clippers owner Donald Sterling. What should we do with these people?
Finally, Matt interviews current law student turned tech entrepreneur Jeremy Abrams about his really cool and fun company Uppd. Check it out. And please subscribe
This week Matt Ritter and Joan Wesiblatt discuss a man who got kicked out of court for wearing shorts and another one who got kicked out for haranguing about money in politics.
Then Matt interviews Law Dingo founder, Nikhil Nirmel. Law students - pay attention this may be your future!
This week Matt Ritter and Kevin Israel tell some embarrassing stories about law school. Then they discuss the scary jobs report from the ABA as well as the Duane Reade-Katherine Heigl twitter law suit. Matt interviews super agent, Jeff Greenberg, who made the wise choice to go straight from law school into the mail room, and then made his way to becoming a top agent at the Gersh Agency. He talks about what it takes and how a day if the life of an agent really works.
This week, Alex and Ndidi are at the controls for a fascinating episode, including: an interview with NFL Tight End-turned law student, Colin Cloherty, a look at CVS's decision to stop selling cigarettes, the continuing coverage of the Woody Allend & Dylan Farrow controversy, and finally a sad and regrettable public relations fiasco at Philip Seymour Hoffman's funeral.
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