Aaron Freiwald, Managing Partner of Freiwald Law and host of the weekly podcast, Good Law | Bad Law, is joined by author and journalist, Jim Tracy, to discuss his brand-new book, Sworn to Silence: The Truth Behind Robert Garrow and the Missing Bodies' Case, and the impact the Robert Garrow case has had on the legal field, law school curriculums, and the notion of attorney-client privilege. In our first ever true-crime episode, Aaron speaks to Jim Tracy, a veteran reporter and published author, to discuss his new book about infamous serial-killer, Robert Garrow. Jim has a personal connection to the Garrow case and explores this and more throughout today’s episode. Robert Garrow was an American serial rapist and later spree killer who was active in New York during the 1970s. In today’s episode, Jim explains the twists and turns of the Garrow story that began when Robert Garrow went on an 18-day killing spree, stabbing four people to death before being apprehended – Garrow went on his spree after committing several rapes, and as you will hear, most likely after committing several other grisly murders. The Garrow case begins with the horrific acts of Robert Garrow, but as Aaron and Jim discuss, there is much more to the story. In his book and throughout today’s episode, Jim tells the amazing and unforgettable tale of two American lawyers who did the unthinkable, the unprecedented – they found themselves balancing their client’s unforgivable secrets with their oaths as officers of the court. Today, the Garrow case is considered a landmark legal story that is studied and analyzed in law schools worldwide. The events of Garrow’s terror in the Adirondack Mountains has been indelibly marked in Tracy’s mind since he was eight years old and in Sworn to Silence, he weaves together a true crime narrative that should rank with some of the most compelling American crime stories of modern times; he does so while taking the reader on a riveting journey back to the 1970s, unveiling an American killer most people have never heard of, and explaining the groundbreaking legal implications this story has had on our modern understanding of attorney-client privilege. Jim Tracy has won multiple national and state writing awards, including placing first in the prestigious Associated Press Sports Editor contest. He spent a considerable amount of his career with the Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper, The Post-Star, a publication in Glens Falls, N.Y. Prior to his successful career in journalism, Tracy was a former aide to New York State Senor Norman Levy. A graduate of the State University of New York, Jim was born, raised and still resides in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, where today’s story takes place. Jim has spoken publicly about the Garrow case at several historical societies and continues to be interviewed for his knowledge and experience with the case. Listen now! To check out Jim’s new book, Sworn to Silence: The Truth Behind Robert Garrow and the Missing Bodies' Case, please click here. Host: Aaron Freiwald Guest: Jim Tracy Follow Good Law | Bad Law: YouTube: Good Law | Bad Law Facebook: @GOODLAWBADLAW Instagram: @GoodLawBadLaw Website: https://www.law-podcast.com
Episode 17: Jim Tracy: The IBCA, the Shot Clock & Growing the Game
After The Timeout
Episode 17: Todd and Jon sit down with Coach Jim Tracy, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach and Assistant Athletic Director at St. Laurence High School. They talk to Coach Tracy about the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association, the possibility of the shot clock in high school basketball, psychology in coaching and the continued promotion and development of both boys and girls basketball. Follow the Show on Twitter @afterthetimeout Follow Coach Tracy on Twitter @JimTracy24 Listen to the show on: Apple: Search "After the Timeout" Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6tfyTqZxebtEugpd7dwq5E Anchor: https://anchor.fm/after-the-timeout Google: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80MzUwYzRhYy9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/after-the-timeout Radiopublic: https://radiopublic.com/after-the-timeout-G729aA Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/q9zqtopv
Josh Caray Show #8 - Angels Minor League Field Coordinator Chad Tracy discusses Angels Prospects, Playing & Coaching in Minor League Baseball, Growing Up in Baseball Family with Dad Jim Tracy, and much more!
Trash Pandas Podcast Network
THIS EPISODE Angels Minor League Field Coordinator Chad Tracy joins Josh to talk about the current Angels Farm Systems, growing up in a Baseball Family as the son of MLB skipper Jim Tracy, playing at Pepperdine, playing the Minor Leagues and transitioning to coaching and the Front Office, and much more! ABOUT THE HOST Josh Caray's baseball roots stretch from Atlanta to St. Louis to Chicago to Cooperstown. The grandson of Hall of Famer Harry Caray, son of the legendary Skip Caray, and half-brother Chip Caray is the TV voice of the Atlanta Braves, Josh is the Play-by-Play voice of the Rocket City Trash Pandas. TRASH PANDAS PODCAST NETWORK Join the personalities of the Rocket City Trash Pandas as they tell the stories from Baseball's most meteoric franchise. Play-by-Play Broadcaster Josh Caray presents conversations with prospects and personnel from the organization. In-Stadium Emcee Ricky Fernandez chats about the latest news and promotions.
Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Executive Director Jim Tracy with the latest on #ReturnToPlay
The Jon and Joe Show
Jon flies solo today and has a conversation with Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Executive Director Jim Tracy. Jim gives the latest on the IBCA and #ReturnToPlay, what was in the open letter addressed to Governor Pritzker and how basketball can safely return in 2021.Want to be a 'Jon and Joe Show' VIP?Go to jonandjoeshow.com/vip to learn more.To subscribe to 'The Kerr Report' newsletter, go here.Download the show anywhere you find your podcasts.
16 Connecting Rural Development Strategies and Resources with guests Joe T. Wood and Jim Tracy
Ready for Work
Rural America is facing some incredible challenges. When rural students graduate high school many of them move away to urban areas. The up-and-coming generation tends to overlook their opportunities in rural areas. This hurts the economy of local communities, including those in Southwest Tennessee.The Southwest Tennessee Rural Workforce Readiness Collaborative is working to reverse this problem. By building a comprehensive approach to help bridge the skills gap, they’re beginning to show students the opportunities around them for meaningful employment in great-paying careers—like manufacturing and construction—and then providing the path.In order to strengthen the workforce across four rural counties, the collaborative pursued—and received—a first-of-its-kind $250,000 grant from the USDA. It will likely serve as a national model for similar programs across the nation seeking to build on the success of ACT® Work Ready Communities and generate investment in the talent pipeline.On this episode of Ready for Work, we’re joined by Joe T. Wood and Jim Tracy. They discuss the importance of workforce development in rural areas, the technology that the USDA’s grant is making possible, the implementation of ACT programs, and what’s happening next.Join the ConversationJim Tracy Twitter: @JimTracyJoe T. Wood LinkedIn: Joe T WoodJasen Jones Twitter: @JasenCJonesACT Twitter: @actACT Workforce Solutions: LinkedInResourcesPresentation from Joe T. Wood and Jim Tracy at ACT Workforce SummitUSDA Rural Development grant to Tennessee Board of Regents will assist workforce readiness in Chester, Decatur, Henderson & Perry countiesTennessee School Board Association Career Cluster DashboardUSDA Rural Community Development InitiativeACT WorkKeys® National Career Readiness Certificate® (NCRC®)ACT Work Ready CommunitiesACT Workforce Solutions See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
300: Building Trust with Customers, with Jim Tracy
Conquer Local with George Leith
The most important detail of the customer experience is building trust, we must start on day 1.We are kicking off Season 3 with Jim Tracy, President and Founder of EZlocal. Jim manages a sales force that's spread all over the United States, and they continue to grow. He explains what the first thing he teaches his sales force, trust. We have to listen to our customers, if we're not listening to our customers, if we're not paying attention to them, if we're not communicating with them, they will leave. A simple question during the initial welcome call can solve it. Jim sheds light on his unique compensation model for his sales teams and how that leads into their customer service and success.Jim is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago, Jim served as senior vice president of National Translink Corporation and, over a span of 10 years, worked with thousands of entrepreneurs and small business owners looking to grow their businesses and reach more customers. Over the years Jim had witnessed countless small businesses going out of business as a result of heightened competition from big corporations and online retailers. This led to the inspiration in creating America's Best Companies. Jim strives to bring the issues of the small business owner to the forefront, while leading a dedicated and professional staff working to make a difference for the small business community.Subscribe to the podcast now, on iTunes goo.gl/8vPm1B and Google Play goo.gl/uyDsij