Click below to view short, prerecorded sessions that cover helpful topics for your practice or introduce you to new areas and people of interest in the legal community.
Author Stephen Budiansky joins Lawyers Weekly’s Pat Murphy to discuss his biography of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.
Rudene Haynes, a finance lawyer at Hunton Andrews Kurth, talks with reporter Maura Mazurowski about “Facts & Faith,” a weekly call with the Director of VCU Massey Cancer Center Robert Winn and local Black clergies to discuss the latest numbers and facts on the coronavirus, as well as ways churches can keep their congregations safe. The webinar “Facts, Faith and Health Equity Justice: In Our Community,” hosted by Hunton Andrews Kurth, can be viewed here.
Lawyers Weekly’s Peter Vieth talks with state Sen. Scott Surovell, D-Fairfax County, on Sept. 18 about the status of criminal justice reform bills that could affect criminal law practice in Virginia.
Partridge, Snow & Hahn attorney Russell Stein discusses the recent order from the Trump administration authorizing employers to defer payroll taxes for the remainder of the year with Lawyers Weekly.
Mirick O’Connell partner Marc Terry discusses school reopenings during the COVID-19 pandemic with Lawyers Weekly’s Kris Olson.
Lawyers Weekly’s Kris Olson speaks with Matthew Barach of Barach Law Group about his personal struggle with and triumph over weight gain.
Lawyers Weekly’s Susan Bocamazo speaks with Laurie Bishop of Hirsch, Roberts, Weinstein about challenges institutions of higher education face during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lawyers Weekly’s Kelly Caplan talks with WMU Cooley Law Professor David Tarrien about COVID-19 mask requirements, the ADA and HIPAA.
Lawyers Weekly’s Pat Murphy talks with Roy T. Willey of the Anastopoulo Law Firm about the current wave of litigation over virtual learning against colleges and universities.
Lawyers Weekly’s Henriette Campagne talks with Claire Papanastasiou, director at Matter Communications, about internal communication issues for law firms.
Boston employment litigator Lynn Kappelman speaks with Lawyers Weekly about how jury trials may change when they resume after the shutdown associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lawyers Weekly’s Maura Mazurowski speaks with Virginia State Bar President Marni Byrum.
Lawyers Weekly’s Pat Murphy talks with employment attorney Benjamin Flam of Gordon Law Group about the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Bostock v. Clayton County.
Lawyers Weekly’s Kelly Caplan talks with Dykema partner James “Jim” Feeney about the new Netflix series “Trial by Media,” his role in the Jenny Jones murder trial, and dos and don’ts for attorneys handling high-profile litigation.
Lawyers Weekly’s Kris Olson talks with Jeffrey Pyle about President Donald Trump’s ongoing war with Twitter.