It is time for the Annual Big Ideas issue of Law Practice Magazine. My contribution for the issue is Pandemic-Proof Your Practice. Obviously, we cannot totally pandemic-proof our law practices, but this article has some ideas about additions or modifications to your disaster plan given the lessons we have all learned.

The issue is packed with other great content including Building Your Lawyer Brand- Professional Identity in the Netflix Era of Law by Juda Strawczynski, The Case for the Delta Model For Lawyer Competency by Prof. Caitlin “Cat” Moon and Re-Regulating Legal Services by Ben Lehnardt and Prof. Anna Carpenter.

If you are not an ABA member, read this issue quickly as I am not exactly certain when/if it goes behind the member’s only paywall. And if you are an ABA member, your membership in the ABA Law Practice Division is included at no additional charge if you register.

For our 150th Edition of the Digital Edge Podcast, we decided to have as our guests three lawyers who have decades of combined podcasting experience— Bob Ambrogi, Tom Mighell and Joe Patrice— for A Legal Podcast about Legal Podcasting. We cover a wide range of topics from advice to lawyers considering creating their own podcast to the available tools for podcast consuming to our guests’ recommendations on podcasts you may want to give a listen.

My podcast teammate Sharon Nelson and I are claiming bragging rights for certain. 150 monthly podcasts is a LOT of podcasts!  So, we definitely have one of the longest continuously running legal podcasts with the Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology. Listening to podcasts is a great way to occupy some commuting or driving time productively. This podcast isn’t just a history lesson. With 5 veteran legal podcasters sharing their expertise, we cover a lot of ground and share a lot of laughs. You will definitely learn something. We hope you enjoy our 150th podcast.