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Ben Carter and Annie O'Connell

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Everything you wished law school had taught you and nothing you wished it hadn't taught you. This short-run podcast explores the topics of whether starting your own law firm is for you, the logistics of starting a business, finding and hiring clients, and technology in law offices.

Latest Episodes

Let's Start a Law Firm, Episode 13: Ted Shouse: "I knew I could be a pretty good lawyer."

Louisville criminal defense attorney Ted Shouse joins Annie and Ben in studio as Let's Start a Law Firm's first‑ever guest. Ted began his career as a public defender and for eleven years worked across the state and in all levels of criminal defense: as a trial attorney, as an appellate attorney, and as Executive Director of the Kentucky Innocence Project where Ted and his staff worked to exonerate and free wrongfully-convicted individuals.

-1 s2015 APR 22
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Let's Start a Law Firm, Episode 13: Ted Shouse: "I knew I could be a pretty good lawyer."

Let's Start A Law Firm, Episode 12: Cubic Wombat Poop

Almost a year since their last episode, Annie and Ben crack their collective knuckles, clear their throats, and kick off Season Two of Let's Start a Law Firm with talk of trial prep, teasing future episodes, and, apparently, cubic wombat poop.

-1 s2015 MAR 3
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Let's Start A Law Firm, Episode 12: Cubic Wombat Poop

Let's Start a Law Firm, Episode 11: Getting Better

A few weeks into 2014, Annie and Ben discuss New Year's resolutions, how to set responsible goals, how having fun pays off, and how starting a business is really a process of self-discovery.Also, a Hitler-designed model for change. Show Notes for Episode 11: Getting BetterAnnie used the Plus–Delta Model to review her 2013.Annie has a new website! Kentucky's junior Senator, Rand Paul, started his own board so he could remain "board-certified".There's an alarm clock that donates to the charity of your choice when you hit the snooze button. StickK.com allows you to commit to a goal and donate money to a charity (maybe one you hate) if you're into that whole carrot-and-stick thing. Ben is using Strides App(on iTunes) to help track his progress (or non-progress) toward some of his goals for 2014. Here's a post from Ben about how Strides functions and how he's using it. The app is built to hel

49 MIN2014 MAR 6
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Let's Start a Law Firm, Episode 11: Getting Better

Latest Episodes

Let's Start a Law Firm, Episode 13: Ted Shouse: "I knew I could be a pretty good lawyer."

Louisville criminal defense attorney Ted Shouse joins Annie and Ben in studio as Let's Start a Law Firm's first‑ever guest. Ted began his career as a public defender and for eleven years worked across the state and in all levels of criminal defense: as a trial attorney, as an appellate attorney, and as Executive Director of the Kentucky Innocence Project where Ted and his staff worked to exonerate and free wrongfully-convicted individuals.

-1 s2015 APR 22
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Let's Start a Law Firm, Episode 13: Ted Shouse: "I knew I could be a pretty good lawyer."

Let's Start A Law Firm, Episode 12: Cubic Wombat Poop

Almost a year since their last episode, Annie and Ben crack their collective knuckles, clear their throats, and kick off Season Two of Let's Start a Law Firm with talk of trial prep, teasing future episodes, and, apparently, cubic wombat poop.

-1 s2015 MAR 3
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Let's Start A Law Firm, Episode 12: Cubic Wombat Poop

Let's Start a Law Firm, Episode 11: Getting Better

A few weeks into 2014, Annie and Ben discuss New Year's resolutions, how to set responsible goals, how having fun pays off, and how starting a business is really a process of self-discovery.Also, a Hitler-designed model for change. Show Notes for Episode 11: Getting BetterAnnie used the Plus–Delta Model to review her 2013.Annie has a new website! Kentucky's junior Senator, Rand Paul, started his own board so he could remain "board-certified".There's an alarm clock that donates to the charity of your choice when you hit the snooze button. StickK.com allows you to commit to a goal and donate money to a charity (maybe one you hate) if you're into that whole carrot-and-stick thing. Ben is using Strides App(on iTunes) to help track his progress (or non-progress) toward some of his goals for 2014. Here's a post from Ben about how Strides functions and how he's using it. The app is built to hel

49 MIN2014 MAR 6
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Let's Start a Law Firm, Episode 11: Getting Better

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