Finding the right person to speak at your event can be difficult.



Organizers and event planners must deliver real value to attendees. You don’t want boring speakers droning on about themselves. While big ideas are nice, what you want is the audience to say to themselves,


“That was awesome, I can’t wait to try this out.”

01. Dynamic

My talks are engaging and active. If you’re looking for a boring speaker that will keep your audience glued to your phones, look somewhere else.

02. Professional

While my talks are fun and draw lots of laughs, they’re also on professional topics that your audience wants to hear about.

03. Valuable

It’s not enough for a speaker to be fun. My talks ensure that the audience learns something valuable while they’re enjoying themselves.

Proven Success

Selected Past Speaking Engagements

I’ve given talks all across the country on a variety of topics. The feedback has always been positive and affirmative. You can feel confident in having me as an exciting speaker at your event.

  • LawyerSmack RoadShow 2018
  • IAALS Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers 2017 – Co-chair of conference
  • Clio Cloud Conference 2017 – LawyerSmack: Building A Community
  • Alabama State Bar Annual Conference 2017 – Social Media For Lawyers
  • Charlotte Bar Association 2017 – Social Media Discovery
  • ABA Business Section Mid-Year Meeting 2017 – Educating Transactional Lawyers
  • Liberty Law School 2017 – IAALS Foundations For Practice Study
  • Mitchel-Hamline Law School Law Review Symposium Keynote 2017 – IAALS Foundations For Practice Study
  • Birmingham Bar Association Annual Retreat 2017 – Social Media For Lawyers
  • Stanford Codex 2016 – Moot Court 2020 Legal Tech on Trial
  • GSU School Of Law 2016 – Bloggers With Bite
  • OutKickCLE 2016  – How Lawyers Should NOT Conduct Themselves Online
  • Cumberland School of Law 2015 – Social Media For Lawyers
  • Emory Law School 2015 – Social Media For Lawyers
  • Birmingham Bar Association 2015 – Transitioning From Law School To Law Practice
  • IAALS Foundations For Practice Advisory Group Meeting 2015



For law firms, law schools, and bar associations

  • Professional Development And Adopting Systematic Improvement – How to develop a methodology of continual improvement over the course of your legal career.
  • Transitioning From Law School To Law Practice – Learn how to successfully make the jump from law school to being a lawyer. I literally wrote the book on this topic for the ABA.
  • Social Media For Lawyers – What Works, What Doesn’t – Learn how to make you law firm’s social media presence stand apart and make a real impact.
  • How Lawyers Should NOT Conduct Themselves Online – Lawyers behaving badly. A conversation about the ethical use of social media.
  • Social Media Discovery – Overview of the current state of discovery issues relating to social media services.
  • LawyerSmack: Building A Community – How I started a community of lawyers from scratch and built it into a million-messages-a-year powerhouse.


For non-legal groups; generally bloggers and software developers

  • Common Legal Issues Facing Bloggers: “Ignorantia juris non excusat” – Ignorance of the law is no excuse. Yes, your must comply with the law even if you’re just a small time blogger.
  • Common Legal Issues Facing Start-UpsLawyer up before you startup. Too many startups just start doing things without thinking about the legal ramifications. Don’t fall victim to easily avoidable mistakes.
  • LawyerSmack: Building A Community – How I started a community of lawyers from scratch and built it into a million-messages-a-year powerhouse.


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