If you recognize Joe Patrice’s name, you are most likely a regular viewer of Above the Law. I always suggest that lawyers and law students visit this website regularly for the great content that it produces. In addition to other work, Joe is a full-time staff member at Above the Law. Joe is a graduate of NYU Law School and, from there, he worked at some large law firms in New York City. Then, through a set of perfect circumstances, Joe was able to leave the practice of law and really focus on his passion of writing and communicating about the law. I found Joe to be engaging and up-tempo and I think you will enjoy getting to know his story on this episode of Next Lawyer Up. By the way, take a look as his past writings at Above the Law when you have a chance. They are worth reading.
Attorney David Meyer is the managing principal of Meyer Wilson, a national law firm he founded to represent investment fraud victims in their fight against deceptive brokers. This area of law has been the main focus for David and his firm for the past twenty years. If you or your family members have concerns about how they can trust an investment advisor and what to look out for, please get a copy of David’s recent book, “The Investor Protector: Stories of Triumph over Financial Advisors who Lie, Cheat & Steal.” David makes the point in the podcast that this book would be a good place to start before deciding who should handle your money for you. I think you’ll enjoy getting to know David’s history and the type of work that he does on this episode of Next Lawyer Up.
Attorney Andrew Jennings is currently an assistant law professor at Brooklyn Law School. Prior to that, he served as a teaching fellow and lecturer in law at Stanford University School of Law. Andrew’s “side job” is serving as the creator and moderator of the Business Scholarship Podcast, which is how he came to my attention. A number of lawyers that I know have mentioned that this is one of their favorite podcasts. These podcasts contain intellectual and cutting edge legal and business issues. Please listen to his podcasts when you get a chance. I think you’ll enjoy getting to know Andrew’s history on this episode of Next Lawyer Up.