This Week in Legal Blogging

This Week in Legal Blogging with Bob Ambrogi is a weekly show on Facebook Live and Twitter in which we sit down with some of the most accomplished bloggers around and hear about what works for them.

Jennifer Mora is no stranger to blogging. She’s been doing it for years, and she’s seen the benefits firsthand. Jennifer is a senior counsel at Seyfarth Shaw LLP in San Francisco, California, and she has carved a solid niche for herself as an employment attorney and legal blogger specializing in cannabis law. She is clearly passionate about her work, and she brings that energy to her writing. For weekly chats with the best bloggers in…
In the LexBlog community, there are few—if any—bloggers who do a better job of making their blog their home base of a larger internet presence better than Anthony Zaller. The author of the California Employment Law Report joined This Week in Legal Blogging to discuss how he positions his blog as a resource for Golden State businesses, why he supplements blog posts with video and audio and the impact the blog has had on his…
You don’t want to be shouting into the void. Husch Blackwell Partner David Stauss, editor of their privacy and data security blog Byte Back, joined Bob Ambrogi on This Week in Legal Blogging, to discuss the importance of writing content that’s relevant to readers, why blogging is a great idea for young lawyers and how the team at Byte Back catches readers’ attention quickly. For weekly chats with the best bloggers in our…
Douglas Berman is a law professor at the Ohio State University. His primary area of focus is criminal law and sentencing. He’s written extensively on the topic, co-authored a casebook entitled Sentencing Law and Policy: Cases, Statutes and Guidelines, served as an editor of the Federal Sentencing Reporter for over ten years, and co-found and currently co-edits the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law. He is also the creator and author of the widely-read and…
Jason Gavejian is a principal attorney at Jackson Lewis PC‘s Berkeley, New Jersey office. He is the co-leader of the firm’s Privacy, Data, and Cybersecurity practice group and counsels regional, national, and international companies on issues of privacy, electronic communications and media, digital rights, and more. He additionally represents clients on the management side of employment litigation. In 2009, Jason co-founded Jackson Lewis’ Workplace Privacy, Data Management & Security Report Blog, which is…
On yesterday’s episode of This Week in Legal Blogging, Kevin O’Keefe sat in for Bob Ambrogi to interview New York personal injury attorney Eric Turkewitz. Eric is a New York personal injury and medical malpractice lawyer with thirty-five years of experience litigating in several areas of the state, including all 5 NYC boroughs. He is the founder Turkewitz Law Firm and the author of the award-winning New York Personal Injury Law Blog, which…
Angela Reddock-Wright is a Los Angeles labor and employment lawyer, a mediator, arbitrator, and Title IX specialist. She is the founder and managing partner of her firm Reddock Law and has won several accolades for her work in the law. She also authors two blogs, one on her firm site and one on her media site, covering workplace law and related current events. Episode Summary: Angela tells us about her work, including the different…
David Oxenford is a broadcast and digital media lawyer and thought-leader, practicing in Washington DC as a partner at Wilkinson Barker Knauer. He represents broadcasters facing the FCC in regulatory matters, digital media companies navigating music licensing copyright, trade associations, financial institutions, and more. He is considered by many to be the face of broadcast and media law. David has been the editor and principal writer of the widely-read and renown Broadcast Law Blog
Gerald Maatman is a partner in Seyfarth‘s Labor and Employment practice, specializing in class action suits. He has handled countless class action litigation challenges and represented clients in some of the most significant court cases in corporate America. He has also been teaching Trial Practice and Trial Advocacy Law at Northwestern University for thirty years. Gerald additionally authors the legal blog Workplace Class Action Blog and is editor-in-chief of the Workplace Class Action Litigation