Karen Finch - Founder Legally Yours - A New Model for Legal Services

We love to talk new law models on the BB podcast and this week we sat down with the Founder of another great Australian success story. Legally Yours is a lawyer matching platform that help connect clients with connect with lawyers on a fixed fee basis. It's another innovative model that seeks to increase access to legal services and also bring transparency to the way we all engage with legal services.

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Emma Heuston - Author Tracksuit Economy - Practice Leader LegalVision

If there was ever a guest that shows us how to make the whole work and life thing work for you and not against you it's Emma Heuston. Lawyer, practice leader, author and speaker Emma is a leading figure in our industry providing crucial information about how to work flexibly and freely in the legal industry.

Emma is a the author of 'The Tracksuit Economy, How to work Effectively and Productively from Home'.

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Zohar Fisher - Robus Consulting Israel

Our timing for this week's show couldn't be better with the launch of our >More than Marketing Show. Why? Because this week we speak with Zohar Fisher who is a global authority on legal marketing and business development strategy as the Founder of Robus Consulting, Israel's leading agency. The reason we had Zohar on the show is he works in the most saturated legal market on the planet so the question of how to differentiate your firm is one he has dealt with as a matter of course. With a population of 8.5 million there are approximately 70,000 lawyers in Israel so the question of how to stand out is one we had to speak with Zohar about.

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Top 5 things we've done wrong in business (and what you can learn from them!)

Many of the lessons learned along the way we have been able to use and improve on with our efforts at Beyond Billables, but like with everything new, we got plenty wrong with Beyond Billables as well. So where did we go wrong in business and what might have we done differently in hindsight? Why are we even labouring on these failures still?

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