Legally Qualified Podcast

Legally Qualified Podcast

RumbergerKirk has launched a podcast, Legally Qualified, providing strategic legal insight and analysis for the business community. Each episode will lean on the depth of knowledge and practice areas from RumbergerKirk’s more than 100 attorneys, sharing personal experiences and advice on trending topics relevant to business leaders.

Episode 1: “Women in Law: How We Got Here, Why We Stay and Tips for the Next Gen”

RumbergerKirk attorneys Carie Hall and Rebecca Arends talk about lessons learned along their journeys of becoming successful lawyers, challenges they’ve faced and advice for those looking to pursue a legal career.

Episode 2: “Can Employers Require Workers to Get Vaccinated?”

RumbergerKirk attorneys Sally Culley and Chase Hattaway discuss legal implications of requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for employees and share key considerations in helping employers decide the best option for their workforce.

Episode 3:  “Breaking Down Barriers: Increasing Diversity of the Legal Profession by Creating Opportunities for the Next Generation of Black Lawyers”

RumbergerKirk associate Shenele Pettis Bright talks with LaShawnda Jackson, a partner at RumbergerKirk and the first Black president of the Orange County Bar Association and Judge Alicia Latimore, the first Black female Circuit Judge in the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida about their inspirational paths to success and what others can learn from their journeys.

Episode 4: Protecting Against Elder Investment Fraud and Exploitation

In this episode of Legally Qualified, RumbergerKirk attorneys Pete Tepley and Rebecca Beers talk with Joe Borg, Director of the Alabama Securities Commission about issues related to both aging investors and securities professionals, and what protections regulators and the industry have put in place nationally and in Alabama to safeguard against these risks.