Life & Law Podcast

Heather Moulder

Tired of the mental exhaustion from trying to stay on top of everything, just barely squeezing life in? Want to get to the next level of your legal career without losing yourself in the process? Worried that balance isn't really possible as a lawyer? The problem is that you're likely doubling down on what you've been doing, which creates diminishing returns that will eventually burn you out. If you want success in both law and life, then it's time to start thinking and doing differently. Which is what this podcast is all about. Join Heather Moulder, former AmLaw 100 partner turned lawyer leadership and business coach for practical, no-nonsense advice on how become a happily successful lawyer. Because success without happiness isn't success at all. Tune in each week for Heather's wisdom and thought-provoking perspective (from over 18 years in private practice) on current topics such as: attorney wellbeing, stress management, mindfulness, law practice management, leadership development, emotional intelligence, client development, attorney promotion, legal marketing, and (of course) work life balance. For more information about Heather and the podcast visit: https://www.lifeandlawpodcast.com/

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#72: Judicial Discrimination & Cleaning Up The Judiciary
Yesterday
#72: Judicial Discrimination & Cleaning Up The Judiciary
Join me for a candid yet also inspirational discussion with Aliza Shatzman about judicial discrimination & the changes needed within our judiciary. Aliza Shatzman is the President and Co-Founder of The Legal Accountability Project, a nonprofit aimed at ensuring that as many law clerks as possible have positive clerkship experiences. In today’s interview, Aliza shares her gut-wrenching personal story of having to deal with gender discrimination, harassment, and retaliation by a former DC judge. And how that closed the door to her big legal dreams. But it doesn’t end there. Today's story is also about courage and resilience. Here's what we cover: --> Life lessons around how to be courageous in the face of daunting odds and bounce back after thinking you’ve lost out on your dreams. --> How victims of judicial discrimination are treated (and why so few file complaints). --> Why we’re ALL impacted (and our profession is tarnished) by judicial discrimination. --> The truth about how women in law treat other women when it comes to discrimination (that must be addressed honestly). --> How you can make a difference to increase judicial accountability. *** FOR SHOW NOTES & LINKS: THE PODCAST? Please consider giving me a review and rating. This will help me support more people – like you – move toward the life and practice they desire. All you have to do is scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode (or podcast in general)! And be sure to FOLLOW the podcast so you never miss out.
#72: Judicial Discrimination & Cleaning Up The Judiciary
Yesterday
#72: Judicial Discrimination & Cleaning Up The Judiciary
Join me for a candid yet also inspirational discussion with Aliza Shatzman about judicial discrimination & the changes needed within our judiciary. Aliza Shatzman is the President and Co-Founder of The Legal Accountability Project, a nonprofit aimed at ensuring that as many law clerks as possible have positive clerkship experiences. In today’s interview, Aliza shares her gut-wrenching personal story of having to deal with gender discrimination, harassment, and retaliation by a former DC judge. And how that closed the door to her big legal dreams. But it doesn’t end there. Today's story is also about courage and resilience. Here's what we cover: --> Life lessons around how to be courageous in the face of daunting odds and bounce back after thinking you’ve lost out on your dreams. --> How victims of judicial discrimination are treated (and why so few file complaints). --> Why we’re ALL impacted (and our profession is tarnished) by judicial discrimination. --> The truth about how women in law treat other women when it comes to discrimination (that must be addressed honestly). --> How you can make a difference to increase judicial accountability. *** FOR SHOW NOTES & LINKS: THE PODCAST? Please consider giving me a review and rating. This will help me support more people – like you – move toward the life and practice they desire. All you have to do is scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode (or podcast in general)! And be sure to FOLLOW the podcast so you never miss out.