In the past 18 months, we keep hearing that “everyone has a podcast now.” It’s become a running joke as hundreds, possibly thousands, of podcasts have been born out of a global pandemic. Most have since gone comatose, but others has continued on.
Robert Ingalls, founder of LawPods, is encouraged by the continued prevalence and popularity of podcasts. He sees podcasts as a way for lawyers and firms to give clients and potential clients a look behind the curtain. It enables clients to get to know their lawyers on a personal level and establishes a platform for lawyers to exhibit their expertise.
So while not everyone has a podcast … yet, Ingalls hopes that more lawyers will continue to see the value in a medium that looks like it’s here to stay.
Show Your Personality and Exhibit Your Expertise with Robert Ingalls
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