Legal Talk Network and CEO, Adam Camras, Featured in Forbes
On November 29, 2018, Lawgical and Legal Talk Network CEO, Adam Camras, was interviewed by Mary Juetten for a Forbes Magazine article: “Podcasts: Changing How Lawyers Consume Content.”
Their discussion features advice for aspiring startups from how to find customers to networking with peers. On the Legal Talk Network front, Camras shares the origin story of the network and how it serves lawyers today. Camras explains:
“Most lawyers live in a billable-hour world, and if they are part of a busy practice, they don’t have the time to stay current on legal news, technology, events and the tools to ultimately help them be better at their trade. Our podcasts make this easy and convenient.”
For more on achieving success as a startup and how Legal Talk Network was built, the article can be found on the Forbes website.
About Legal Talk Network
Legal Talk Network is a podcast network for legal professionals with hosts from well-known organizations and brands in legal, including the American Bar Association, Thomson Reuters, The Florida Bar, The State Bar of Michigan, Robert Half Legal, Above the Law, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, and now the State Bar of Texas. The network averages over 250,000 monthly downloads and has more than 25 active podcasts that cover industry trends and events, important legal news and developments, including access to justice, law school, diversity, legal technology, and the future of law.
The Lawgical team includes MBAs, business professionals with extensive backgrounds in technology, management, traditional media and search engine marketing, educators, and highly creative professionals who understand application development and usability.