If reading about Supreme Ambitions isn’t enough for you, how about listening or watching? In the past few weeks, I’ve taken advantage of audiovisual opportunities to discuss the backstory behind the book (tune in by clicking on the title of each program):
1. Today’s Verdict: On December 9, I appeared on BronxNet Television to discuss Supreme Ambitions with noted trial attorney David Lesch. The show, focused on law-related themed holiday gifts, also featured Tina Nelson, inventor of the Lawsuit board game, and Lawrence Savell, creator of the Lawtunes series of legally themed music.
2. Modern Law Library: Also earlier this month, I joined Lee Rawles on the ABA Journal’s popular Modern Law Library podcast to discuss my inspirations for Supreme Ambitions and my goals in writing the book.
3. American Bar Association: Prior to the official launch, I sat down for an interview with the ABA’s William Choyke to explore the themes of the book and to offer advice to law students and young lawyers who might harbor their own “Supreme Ambitions.”
Print is an ancient and venerable technology, but in 2014 there’s no excuse for not utilizing the full range of technological channels to promote one’s book!
Today’s Verdict [BronxNet Television]
All is not as it seems for 9th Circuit clerk in ATL founder’s new novel (podcast) [Modern Law Library / ABA Journal]
ABA author discusses new legal fiction [American Bar Association]