On Balance Podcast


On Balance podcast from the Legal Talk Network & State Bar of MichiganThe State Bar of Michigan podcast series, On Balance, features a diversified array of legal thought leaders. Hosted by JoAnn Hathaway of the Bar’s Practice Management Resource Center and Tish Vincent of its Lawyers & Judges Assistance Program, the series focuses on the need for interplay between practice management and lawyer wellness for a thriving law practice. Brought to you by the State Bar of Michigan and Legal Talk Network.

 

About Legal Talk Network

Legal Talk Network is a podcast network for legal professionals with hosts from well-known organizations and brands, including the American Bar Association, ABA Journal, Thomson Reuters, Florida Bar, Robert Half Legal, Above the Law, and Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. Over 20 active podcasts cover important legal news and developments, including access to justice, law school, industry events, legal technology, and the future of law.

 

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Lawyers may be surprised to learn that publicly accessible websites may be all they need for a significant amount of their online legal research. There may be no need to pay for expensive legal research databases if you know where to look! The State Bar of Michigan’s On Balance podcast hosts Tish Vincent and JoAnn Hathaway welcome Carole Levitt and Judy Davis, authors of Internet Legal Research on a Budget: Free and Low-Cost Resources for Lawyers, to learn more about their book and favorite budget-friendly resources.

If you would like a copy of their book, go to the American Bar Association's website and enter the discount code LGLRS20A for 20% off any time now through the end of 2020.

Carole Levitt is president and founder of Internet For Lawyers.

Judy K. Davis is a law librarian and adjunct assistant professor of law at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law.

 

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JoAnn Hathaway is a practice management advisor for the State Bar of Michigan. She previously worked as a legal liability claims director, risk manager, paralegal, and legal administrator. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Spring Arbor University and Central Michigan University.

JoAnn Hathaway is a practice management advisor for the State Bar of Michigan. She previously worked as a legal liability claims director, risk manager, paralegal, and legal administrator. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Spring Arbor University and Central Michigan University. She is an Adobe Certified Expert, is a Certified Clio Product Pro, and holds software certifications in LexisNexis Time Matters and Billing Matters software. She is a Registered Professional Liability Underwriter, a licensed property and casualty insurance agent, and the author of the ABA publication Legal Malpractice Insurance in One Hour For Lawyers. She is active in the ABA Law Practice Management Division, serving on the Publishing Board and Law Practice Today Editorial Board, and is a frequent speaker on law firm technology, insurance, and risk and practice management topics.

Tish Vincent is the program administrator of the Lawyers & Judges Assistance Program at the State Bar of Michigan. She is a graduate of the Michigan State University College of Law, and has her Masters in Social Work from the Michigan State University School of Social Science.

Tish Vincent is the program administrator of the Lawyers & Judges Assistance Program at the State Bar of Michigan. She is a graduate of the Michigan State University College of Law, and has her Masters in Social Work from the Michigan State University School of Social Science. She is a licensed therapist and attorney in the State of Michigan and holds a Certified Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor certification. She is a commissioner on the ABA Commission on Lawyers Assistance Programs (CoLAP). She presents frequently on issues of lawyer wellness, stress management, and risks attorneys face when their own wellness is neglected.

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