If you think you don’t have time to work out, imagine how Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg fits it in. Bryant Johnson, trainer to RBG and other justices, tells us how she does it and explains why physical wellness is integral to performance in other parts of your life. Bryant also shares a valuable idea about how to think about your personal impact. You don’t want to miss this one.
Professor Keitner has had a “varied and unconventional” career path, as she puts it. She’s been a litigator in private practice, a counselor to the Department of State, and today is an international law professor. Last summer, she was a visiting scholar with Orrick, working with our lawyers on novel questions at the intersection of cyber, privacy and international law. In this podcast, Professor Keitner shares advice on how to chart a rewarding career in the law.
As the leader of a team that has won 29 national championships, Coach Jack Clark knows what it takes to perform at your best. Coach Clark offers insights that translate well beyond athletics to help you tap into your strengths for a challenging exam, big interview or important client work.
You’re interviewing for the next important step in your career, and you’re wondering how much of yourself to bring to the table. One of the leading thinkers on diversity in the legal profession, Ritu gives her take on why authenticity is key, and how to become aware of our unconscious biases.
You’re a lawyer and you want to innovate. Where you do you start? Margaret shares a great primer on design thinking, and points to some resources if you’re interested in exploring more.
A Harvard JD, Jon practiced for a while and then chose a different path, becoming a meditation teacher for lawyers. Here is his perspective on how and why to incorporate a regular meditation practice into your day. Spoiler alert: He’ll guide you through a brief (and painless) meditation.