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Jordan Couch

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Latest 18 Sep 2021 | Updated Daily

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Second Time's A Charm: Jordan Couch

That One Case

In today's episode, we talk with Jordan Couch, Partner at Palace Law. For the last five years, Jordan has specialized in workers' compensation cases and has made a name for himself championing the rights of those injured in the workplace.In this episode, Jordan shares the story of his long battle against a piece of legislature that denied his client due process. But perhaps most extraordinary is that it presented Jordan with the rarest of courtroom opportunities - a second chance.Have you got a story about your legal career that you’d like to share? Get in touch with us over at That One Case.For more information about Jordan, check out his LinkedIn. Or To find out more about his firm, head over to the Palace Law website.

11mins

15 Feb 2021

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18. The 26 Behaviors of an Effective Lawyer w/ Jordan Couch

Five Star Counsel Podcast

Legal skills and rote knowledge aren't everything. To be a truly effective lawyer, you need a well-rounded set of traits and behaviors, and as we're evaluating staff to hire for our firms, we need to consider applicants more holistically. Jordan Couch of Palace Law joins us to discuss a 26-factor rubric he discovered via LSAC, and how he translated that into a checklist of behaviors every lawyer he hires should have.  Find Jordan on Twitter or LinkedIn, and Palace Law at www.palacelaw.com . FiveStarCounsel.com Get our FREE client service whitepaper!

37mins

14 Feb 2021

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Diploma Privilege in Lieu of Bar Exam in 2020 with Jordan Couch [LGE 120]

Lawyers Gone Ethical

Bar exams are a rite of passage for attorneys graduating from law school and being sworn in to practice law. But what if the bar exam is not feasible, such as during COVID-19? And what if the bar exam has an incredibly racist history that calls it further into question? And what if there is no empirical evidence that the bar exam has any correlation to an individual's ability to effectively practice law?  Jordan Couch is the Chair of the Washington Young Lawyers Committee, and he has been taking up the laboring oar on diploma privilege, gathering data and writing to advocate for more state bars to grant graduates the right to practice.  Jordan sat down with Megan to discuss this pressing issue and its many ramifications. Resources Mentioned: Jordan's letter regarding diploma privilege Article on history of bar exam CA bar statistics with race breakdown Some info from the LSAC bar passage study A more modern article about race and the bar exam More on the history of diploma privilege Guest Info: Jordan Couch on Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter Jordan’s Email:  jordan@palacelaw.com Thanks for listening! Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to the show to receive every new episode delivered straight to your podcast player every Tuesday. If you enjoyed this episode, please help me get the word out about this podcast. Rate and Review this show in Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, and Tunein and be sure to share this podcast with a friend. Be sure to connect with me and reach out with any questions or recommendations for specific resources: Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Website Email me at megan[at]zaviehlaw[dot]com This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not to be construed as legal advice specific to your circumstances. If you need help with any legal matters, be sure to consult with an attorney regarding your specific needs.

38mins

7 Jul 2020

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Episode 65: Jordan Couch, Partner at Palace Law

Daily Matters: The changing face of the legal industry

Jordan Couch, a Partner at Palace Law, has been front and center for the recent events related to protests and COVID-19 in Seattle, Washington. Today on Daily Matters, he talks about what those experiences have been like—and a whole lot more.Jordan’s conversation with Jack Newton touches on: The importance of law firm culture Misperceptions people have about the protests taking place in Seattle Issues with the pertinence (or lack thereof) of bar exams in the modern legal world Why lawyers need to use their expertise and influence to advocate for change Jordan Couch, a Partner at Palace Law, is a workers’ compensation attorney and a dedicated advocate for those in need. While in law school, Jordan worked for NASA and clerked for judges in the Maryland Court of Appeals and the Federal District Court for the Western District of Washington. He also managed and litigated cases for a pro bono organization that provided assistance to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Through each of these roles, he gained valuable experience in a wide array of legal fields and honed his skills as a courtroom advocate.Jordan moved to Washington in June of 2015 and put his skills and experience to use helping injured workers at Palace Law. He knows his way around the complex legal system and enjoys working with his clients to help them obtain the benefits they deserve. Outside of the office, Jordan is heavily involved in the legal community. He can frequently be found at the University Of Washington School of Law or the Seattle University School of Law donating his time to teach advocacy to the next generation of lawyers.You can follow Jordan and Palace Law on Twitter at @jordanlcouch and @palacelawoffice, respectively.

31mins

26 Jun 2020

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Importance of Law Firm Culture with Jordan Couch [LGE 098]

Lawyers Gone Ethical

What is a law firm’s culture? It does not have to be any one thing, any stereotype, or inspired by a movie. Every firm has a culture, even if it has not been consciously identified and cultivated. In this episode, Megan talks with Jordan Couch at Clio Con 2019 about his role as Cultural Ambassador at Palace Law, what it means to have an intentional law firm culture, and how to bring your firm’s values to light. Guest Info: Jordan Couch on Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter Jordan's Email:  jordan@palacelaw.com Palace Paw on Instagram Thanks for listening! Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to the show to receive every new episode delivered straight to your podcast player every Tuesday. If you enjoyed this episode, please help me get the word out about this podcast. Rate and Review this show in Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, and Tunein and be sure to share this podcast with a friend. Be sure to connect with me and reach out with any questions or recommendations for specific resources: Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Website Email me at megan[at]zaviehlaw[dot]com This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not to be construed as legal advice specific to your circumstances. If you need help with any legal matters, be sure to consult with an attorney regarding your specific needs.

22mins

4 Feb 2020

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5 powerful benefits of instilling values in your law firm with Jordan Couch [GWL166]

The Gen Y Lawyer Podcast

Jordan Couch is an attorney and Cultural Ambassador at Palace Law where his practice focuses on plaintiff's side workers’ compensation and personal injury litigation. Outside of his practice Jordan is heavily involved in state, local, and national bar associations, advocating for a better, more client-centric future to the legal profession. Find him on social media @jordanlcouch or email jordan@palacelaw.com. What You’ll Learn in this Episode:  Benefits of instilling values in your firm, Setting up proper expectations with your clients, Productivity hacks, Technology and methodologies to work efficiently. Contact Information: Twitter: www.twitter.com/jordanlcouch jordan@palacelaw.com. Thanks for Checking Out the Show Notes and for Listening! I really hope you enjoyed this episode. I would really appreciate it if you shared this episode with a friend who could benefit from listening to this particular episode.   I would really appreciate it if you shared this episode with a friend who could benefit from listening to this particular episode. If there is any topic you’d like us to cover or guest you’d like us to have on the show, you can email me at: karima@genwhylawyer.comAlso, don’t forget to subscribe to the GWL Podcast in Apple Podcasts or in Stitcher Radio. That way, every time I prepare a new episode for you, it’ll automatically show up in your phone.

24mins

5 Nov 2018

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Clienting #15: Values-Influenced Marketing with Jordan Couch

Clienting: Digital Legal Marketing

Gyi & Kelly talk with Jordan Couch of Palace Law about how values inform their marketing and client development.  Jordan L. Couch is an attorney and Cultural Ambassador at Palace Law where his practice focuses on plaintiff's side workers’ compensation and personal injury litigation. Outside of his practice Jordan is heavily involved in state, local, and national bar associations, advocating for a better, more client-centric future to the legal profession. Find him on social media @jordanlcouch or email jordan@palacelaw.com. This episode covers:  - How to integrate core values in work life so they become part of your firm's client interactions.  - How to talk to clients about your values. - Using your company values on social media. Palace Law's Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for examples. - Thinking creatively to provide benefits to your clients, like Palace Law's case calculator. - Value of the month to ingrain each one in daily work life. - Encouraging and recognizing when a firm employee displays the firm values. - Transparency and teamwork to benefit the entire team AND clients. - Advertising as your authentic self, which gives potential clients the opportunity to see who you are and connect with you. 

33mins

16 Jul 2018

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#173: Using Trello in a Law Practice, Jordan Couch

Lawyerist Podcast

In this episode with Jordan Couch, we talk about how he uses Trello in his law firm. Jordan walks us through what his workflow used to look like without Trello, what it looks like now, and how he balances his workflow using Trello and a host of other tools, like Clio.

40mins

23 May 2018

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Redefining Lawyer - Jordan Couch - Company - Darwin 20

Evolve the Law Podcast - A Catalyst For Legal Innovation

Jordan Couch, Attorney and Cultural Ambassador at Palace Law shares his Darwin talk with the Evolve Law podcast listeners. For the latest topics, trends and tech in the legal industry, subscribe to the Evolve Law Podcast: A Catalyst for Legal Innovation. Listen as legal experts and leaders share insights about the legal industry. For more information, questions, or suggestions about our podcast feel free to email us at info@evolvelawnow.com Links and Resources from this Episode For additional information of this episode go to evolvelawnow.com/show Connect with Jordan http://www.palacelaw.com/attorneys https://www.linkedin.com/in/jordanlcouch https://twitter.com/jordanlcouch Evolve your legal practice with technology Access the Legal Tech Toolkit Show Notes A new definition of lawyer 0:22 Practical tips to become a legal inventor - 1:36 How experimentation and failure can help your career, not end it - 4:03 Review and Subscribe If you like what you hear please leave a review by clicking here Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite player to get the latest episodes. Click here to subscribe with iTunes Click here to subscribe with Stitcher Click here to subscribe with RSS

5mins

30 Nov 2017