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The Florida Bar Partners With Legal Talk Network to Bring Members The Official Florida Bar Podcast

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Kimberly Faber

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Orlando, FL – During the recent 2015 Florida Bar Winter Meeting, The Florida Bar’s Practice Resource Institute (PRI) and Legal Talk Network officially launched The Florida Bar Podcast. Producers and host Adriana Linares were on site interviewing speakers and leaders within the organization about the event and what to expect in the coming year. These reports were released in addition to the monthly episodes provided by The Florida Bar Podcast, which will continue to discuss benefits, provide information and news to members, and focus on educational curriculum and events.

“It was great to be on site and to conduct interviews live from the conference room floor,” The Florida Bar Podcast host Adriana Linares said. “We were really able to capture the energy of the conference and had the opportunity to sit down with many leaders to get an inside look at their presentations as well as The Florida Bar’s plans for the coming year.”

Recorded live from the conference room floor at The Florida Bar Winter Meeting:

  • Shawn Vincent on Social Media and the Zimmerman Case
  • Sean Desmond on the Annual Convention in June
  • Michelle Suskauer on the Disciplinary Review Committee
  • Liz McCausland and Melanie Griffin on Balancing Your Career with Bar Involvement
  • Jennifer Kuyrkendall on Technology and Leadership
  • John Stewart on the Annual Technology Conference
  • Renee Thompson on Leadership and Involvement
  • Joseph Corsmeier on Legal Technology Ethics
  • Ethan Wall on Responsible Social Media Use for Lawyers
  • Craig Ball on Electronic Evidence Challenges
  • Peter Sweeney on Technology and Member Benefits

“I’m excited about The Florida Bar Podcast because it gives members another way to easily get information, ideas and resources to better run their business. Partnering with Legal Talk Network was a great way to make that happen, and Adriana is an exceptional host and really driven to make this podcast as valuable as possible,” The Florida Bar President Greg Coleman said. “Through PRI and the podcast we are continuing to find new, effective ways to educate and engage with our members. I hope every member of the Bar becomes a regular listener. It’s going to be a great way to keep on top of what is happening in legal technology and practice management.”

    Coleman recently sat down with Linares to discuss the new Practice Resource Institute, upcoming events, and member benefits on the podcast. Listen here: President Greg Coleman on the PRI, Member Benefits, and the Upcoming Cloud Conference

    “We are pleased to partner with The Florida Bar to help them provide information to their members and are proud to see a bar organization embracing this technology,” Adam Camras of Legal Talk Network said. “Podcasting is experiencing a major boom right now, and organizations who want to keep up with technology need to realize that oversaturated feeds and inboxes are no longer effective means for getting information out there. The Florida Bar has set the tone for what’s to come. We expect this to be the standard to which all bars are held when it comes to engaging with their membership.”

    For more from The Florida Bar Podcast and to subscribe to immediate updates, visit The Florida Bar podcast. You can also subscribe on iTunes or through the Legal Talk Network app for Android.

    About The Florida Bar Podcast
    The Florida Bar Podcast is a monthly series brought to you by The Florida Bar’s Practice Resource Institute (PRI) and features esteemed leaders in law discussing new and innovative topics. Its purpose is to help members of The Florida Bar, as well as attorneys from other states, run better practices and provide better legal services to their clients. It is produced and distributed in partnership with Legal Talk Network.


    Posted by:
    Kimberly Faber

    As Director of Marketing and Multimedia, Kimberly sets strategy for outreach, distribution, social media, and network growth, and manages multimedia production for the network. She has a Bachelor of Science with a background in design, marketing, production, editorial, and operations and strategy. Kimberly consults with the production, operations, and tech teams on a variety of projects and initiatives. You can follow Kimberly on Twitter at @kimberlyfaber.