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SpotlightAIJA

The SpotlightAIJA podcast offers practical tips to help young lawyers and more seasoned professionals improve their business and professional lives. In each season we talk to lawyers and other sector experts with useful insights into the legal profession. From innovation, technology to leadership, marketing, creativity and branding, get the tools you need to succeed.  To learn more about us: https://www.aija.org/en/spotlightaija-podcast.html  Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

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Season 1: Introduction
In this first season, we ask several key experts - how can lawyers be more innovative? We speak about innovating law with design thinking, AI tech, personal branding, or how lawyers can become more client focused in their business. Every week brings a new episode of 15 to 20 minutes in this four-episode season. A bonus with some highlights from our annual congress will follow. To learn more about us: https://www.aija.org/en/spotlightaija-podcast.htmlHosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
01:52 11/17/20
S01E01: Design thinking in law
Astrid Kohlmeier, lawyer & expert in Legal Design Thinking & Legal Tech, speaks about design thinking in law. What is legal design? How can legal design support business and how can lawyers use it? Listen to find out more. Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
12:02 11/24/20
S01E02: AI tech in practice
Yan Pecoraro from Portolano Cavallo and Nils Krause from DLA Piper explain the benefits of Artificial Intelligence and how legal tech tools change the way we do business. We also speak about AI in a post-pandemic world and what’s next for lawyers.Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
25:59 12/1/20
S01E03: Growing an effective personal brand
Chrissie Lightfoot – The Entrepreneur Lawyer - Multi Global Award-winning Entrepreneur and bestselling author of The Naked Lawyer book series speaks about what it takes to disrupt, innovate and grow an effective personal brand. Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
21:08 12/8/20
S01E04: Want to be more client focused? Here's how
Roberto Luzi Crivellini from Legalmondo speaks about how you can become more client focused in your business.  Crivellini from Legalmondo speaks about how you can become more client focused in your business.  Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
20:40 12/15/20
S01E05: Bonus episode! 2020 AIJA Congress recap
 In an interview with AIJA Immediate Past President Paola Fudakowska, AIJA members Alessia Giaccari (Nunziante Magrone, Italy) and Eva Schwittek (RITTERSHAUS Rechtsanwälte, Germany) take us behind the scenes to share some tips for ensuring high-quality, diverse content and engaging speakers at the largest event of our association, the AIJA Annual Congress.  The 58th Annual Congress took place online in 2020 and it focused on “United in Diversity: Empowering our Future”. Alessia and Eva were very involved in the academic programme of this Congress, moderating and organising a panel discussion on “D&I in sustainable property development” on behalf of the AIJA Real Estate Commission. The session won the Academic Coordinators’ and Past Presidents’ Awards for the quality and diversity of the content.  In this episode, you will also hear about the key highlights from this award-winning session which addressed the following topics at the Congress: The relevance and role of D&I in property development the interconnection between real estate/infrastructure development, D&I perceptions and sustainability integration and sustainability in the production of energy and construction materials  D&I project financing for sustainable buildings To learn more about this year’s congress: https://zurich.aija.org/ Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
27:59 3/10/21
S02E01: Sustainable Legal Practice
Oliver Hunt, Roberto Randazzo, Emiliano Giovine and Hugo Teixeira speak about how sustainability and ESG impact our legal practice and the future of the legal profession. Listen to find out more. Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
32:11 12/1/21
S02E02: Business in diversity
Paola Fudakowska talks about the diversity and inclusion in businesses with Yasmin Sheikh, TEDx speaker, diversity trainer and coach at Diverse Matters and Susan Stith, Vice President of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Civic Affairs, and Corporate Responsibility, and executive director of the Cigna FoundationHosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
22:13 12/13/21
S02E03: A new approach to legal tech
Anna Wyrzykowska, AIJA President and host of this episode introduces you to David Areias, Iga Kurowska and Thomas Seeber, Co-chairs of the AIJA Legal Tech Board speaking about a new approach to legal tech and how it can improve the work of law firms.Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
17:51 1/19/22
S02E04: Public administration in the digital era
Thomas Seeber, AIJA Legal Tech Board Co-chair talks to Matthias Lichtenthaler, Head of Digital Government & Innovation in the Austrian Federal Computing Center about the public administration in the new digital era.Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
26:33 2/1/22
S02E05: Exploring integrity
Chiara Caliandro and Giovanni Angles - hosts of this episode and Academic Coordinators of the upcoming AIJA's 60th International Young Lawyers' Congress in Singapore - talk to Tatsu Nakayama, Managing Partner at Nakayama & Partners in Tokyo, about the concept of integrity and how it can shape the future of the legal profession.Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
16:26 2/28/22
S02E06: The law of business and business of law in Asia
Audrey Jarreton and Lars Raedschelders - hosts of this episode and Academic Coordinators of the upcoming AIJA's 60th International Young Lawyers' Congress in Singapore - talk to Paul Tan and Rama Tiwari about doing business in Asia and more specifically in Singapore.Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
33:03 4/5/22
Season 3: Introduction
In the third season of the AIJA podcast, we will discuss about efficient law firm management.  We speak with experts about artificial intelligence, business development, talent retention and efficiency beyond technology.  Every week brings a new episode of 20 to 25 minutes in this four-episode season. A bonus with some highlights from our upcoming annual congress in Rio will follow. To learn more about us: https://www.aija.org/en/spotlightaija-podcast.htmlHosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
08:54 11/21/22
S03E01: Artificial Intelligence for lawyers, techies, and tech-savvy lawyers
Larry Markowitz - host of this season - joins a discussion with Meribeth Banaschik (EY) and Daniel Meyers (TransPerfect) on the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to transform your legal practice. The legal profession is sometimes described as being tradition-bound but AI has the potential to take its efficiency to a whole other level.    To learn more about us: https://www.aija.org/en/spotlightaija-podcast.htmlHosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
23:02 12/5/22
S03E02: The War for Talent
Larry Markowitz - host of this season - joins a discussion with Nadine Kirch (DLA Piper) and Kia Meng Loh (Dentons Rodyk) on the human resource aspect of the law business. They will give an insight into how to attract talent to your law firm, and how to retain that talent instilling loyalty in your team. To learn more about us: https://www.aija.org/en/spotlightaija-podcast.htmlHosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
27:35 12/20/22
S03E03: Building resilience in a world of constant change
How can stressed-out lawyers learn not only to survive, but to thrive? Doctor of Psychology and motivational speaker Elke Geraerts (Better Minds at Work) will join Larry Markowitz (NATIONAL Public Relations), host of the 3rd Season of SpotlightAIJA, for a conversation focused on how to develop resilience in these unpredictable times.   To learn more about us: https://www.aija.org/en/spotlightaija-podcast.htmlHosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
24:45 1/26/23
S03E04: Business Development: Rainmaking for young lawyers
Our host Larry Markowitz (National Public Relation) will discuss business development with Beatriz Cabal (Galindo, Arias & Lopez), Bram Caudri (FIND LAW FIRM) and AIJA President Moritz Maurer (NKF) - an international panel that will give us the opportunity to compare business development techniques in Europe and Latin America.  To learn more about us: https://www.aija.org/en/spotlightaija-podcast.htmlHosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
23:00 2/9/23
S03E05: Re-thinking the law in four dimensions
Our host Larry Markowitz (National Public Relation) will join a discussion with Anouk Rosielle (Dentons), Paulo Nasser (M Nasser Dispute Resolution), Sophie Lens (ALTIUS) and Armando Perna (Pozzi & Partners) on the 61st International Young Lawyers' Congress. Throughout the episode, you will immerse yourself in the theme of the congress and we are sure you will look forward to being there. To learn more about us: https://www.aija.org/en/spotlightaija-podcast.htmlHosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
17:10 2/22/23
Season 4: Introduction
Join us in the introductory episode of the AIJA podcast "SpotlightAIJA," where we sit down with Eduardo J. De la Peña Bernal, the President of AIJA, and discover his background, motivations for seeking the AIJA presidency, and his compelling vision for the organisation. Eduardo's primary goal is to take AIJA global, extending its reach beyond Europe. He is enthusiastic about the new season of the podcast, which aligns perfectly with this global vision and main goal of his presidency. Get a sneak peek of upcoming events, including the anticipated AIJA Half-Year November Conference in Paris, and learn about Eduardo's chosen hashtag, #GlobalAIJA, which encapsulates his mission to expand AIJA's reach worldwide.  Tune in to this enlightening episode!Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
06:38 11/9/23
S04E01: Polycrisis: Fostering Resilience and a Brighter Future
In this first episode of SpotlightAIJA Season 4, host Larry Markowitz explores the upcoming November Half-Year Conference theme "In Times of ‘Polycrisis’: Preparing for a Better Future through Resilience and Sport Values." Join the conversation with academic coordinators Michel Segers and Timothée Giard as they discuss the intersection of resilience, sports values, and the legal profession.  The episode provides a sneak peek into the conference's diverse topics, including e-sports, new business models in sports, and the impact of crises on the legal landscape. Stay tuned for insights, takeaways, and a glimpse into the Paris conference's closing plenary session on "Resilience in the Face of Adversity."  Tune in to this enlightening episode!   Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
28:49 11/23/23
S04E02: Safeguarding Commerce in the Digital Era
In this episode, hosted by Larry Markowitz, we're diving into the heart of the upcoming May Half-Year Conference in Mexico City, themed "Law in the Times of the Digital Economy." Daniela Jara Cruz and Carlos del Razo, both experts in corporate and environmental law, and academic coordinators, offer unique insights into the digital legal landscape. Listen to explore how the digital economy has reshaped traditional laws, touching on e-commerce, data privacy, cybercrime, and more. Moreover, Daniela and Carlos shed light on the conference's title, drawing inspiration from Gabriel García Márquez's literary work, and highlighting Mexico City's charm. They discuss legal challenges arising from the digital explosion, such as data security, the dark web, and the delicate balance of regulating AI in the boardroom. Tune in to our podcast and be part of the AIJA journey! Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
23:30 12/7/23
S04E03: Embracing Sustainability: Implications for Lawyers
In this episode, hosted by Larry Markowitz, we will discover the multifaceted nature of sustainability, as Larry introduces expert guests Vittoria Lapomarda (Treedom) and Aaron Baker (PlanA), integral to AIJA's initiatives, alongside a special appearance by Dino Serafini, Co-chair of AIJA’s Sustainability Board.Listen as they delve into the diverse dimensions of sustainability, covering environmental, social, and economic aspects. The engaging conversation further explores the evolving role of lawyers in the dynamic landscape of sustainability, offering valuable insights into this context.Tune in to our podcast and be part of the AIJA journey!Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
31:35 1/11/24
S04E04: Voices Unheard: The Struggle for Human Rights in Afghanistan
In this episode, hosted by Larry Markowitz, we are joined by guests Ilaha Muhseni, AIJA member and associate at Rutgers & Posch, and Silvia van Schaik, Co-Chair of the AIJA Human Rights Committee. Together, we explore the crucial role of human rights and the rule of law in building fair societies, protecting freedoms, and preventing abuses of power. Recent changes in Afghanistan underscore the need for a strong legal system, ensuring justice and accountability - making human rights vital for stability and inclusivity in Afghanistan's future.Tune in to our podcast and be part of the AIJA journey! Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
23:40 1/25/24
S04E05: Thinking globally – The role of international lawyers in a world searching for answers
In the closing episode of Season 4, hosted by Larry Markowitz, we are joined by the four academic coordinators for the 62nd AIJA Annual Congress taking place in Madrid this year: Charlotte Tregunna, Beatriz Cabal, Laura Manz and Zoya Gyurova. Together, we explore the theme of the upcoming Congress, "Thinking Globally – the Role of International Lawyers in a World Searching for Answers." In our interconnected world, international lawyers play a crucial role in addressing cross-border challenges like climate change and human rights abuses. Their expertise in navigating diverse cultures and intergovernmental relations positions them to create just and equitable solutions for a more harmonious international order. Tune in to our podcast and be part of the AIJA journey!Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
20:53 2/8/24