I was recently interviewed for a law practice management class at the Penn University. During the interview (below) I shared what I consider to be some pretty valuable and highly-substantive information in response to the questions posed to me by the class & professor. Unfortunately the university's IT dept. dropped the ball and didn't record their end of the interview so the parts of the audio where the professor and class are asking me questions is sort of muffled. By my answers are clear.
(Give it time to load, this is a full-length interview full of valuable law practice management advice)
I'm trying to decide whether or not to give it to a sound engineer/editor to clean-up, leave it as-is on the theory that substance trumps forum, or. . . ?
I would really appreciate your feedback and suggestions for what to do with this really-useful collection of great law practice management & law firm marketing information. Please leave a comment.