Law Podcasting Episode 23 – Nicole Abboud of the Gen Why Lawyer podcast

Nicole Abboud


“It's such a great platform to speak your mind and connect with people.”

— Nicole Abboud, Gen Why Lawyer



My guest for this episode is Nicole Aboud, an attorney practicing Fashion Law in Los Angeles. She works with fashion designers and companies to set up their business entities and protect their brands. Nicole graduated from Southwestern Law School in 2011. She remains heavily involved in her law school’s young alumni organization, the Arab American Lawyers Association of Southern California, and the American Bar Association.

In her downtime, Nicole trains for half marathons, volunteers at legal clinics and other community organizations, and hangs out at her local public library.

But we're here to talk about podcasting. When she’s not lawyering, you can find Nicole chatting with awesome millennial attorneys on her podcast, The Gen Why Lawyer Podcast. Nicole’s guests range from attorneys who are finding great success in their legal careers to young attorneys who have decided to pursue alternative non-legal careers to find happiness. Through her podcast, Nicole hopes to inspire professionals to shake off their fear of being unconventional and embrace their unique voice.


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Law Podcasting Episode 22 – Ben Snitkoff of Modern Renaissance Legal and Technically Speaking

Ben Snitkoff





Ben Snitkoff,  Modern Renaissance Legal





Ben Snitkoff is a former Big Law attorney who decided to take his experience and create a law practice of his own. He started Modern Renaissance Legal to provide the legal assistance that entrepreneurs, artists, and start-ups need, but often cannot afford.

Ben was a co-host of a podcast entitled “Technically Legal” from 2009 through 2011.  He and his co-hosts had been blogging in the tech-law space for a few years when they started the podcast,  and enjoyed a strong dynamic, and a loyal audience.  But when Ben accepted a job at a big law firm, he was asked not to blog or podcast without the firm's editorial approval.  So the team decided to disband.

I talked with Ben about that decision, and about whether he'll resume podcasting in the future, now that he's in solo practice.

Listen in for Ben's insights.


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