TOPIC: Applying to and making it through and starting a business while in law school.
BUSINESS LEVEL: Entrepreneur Stage– have a business and need to work on contracts and brand protection
BIO: Courtney is a third-year law student at Samford University's Cumberland School of Law. At Cumberland, Courtney serves as President of Cumberland's Class of 2021, a Judge Abraham Caruthers Fellow, and a member of the Career Development Advisory Board, the Black Law Student Association, and the Women in Law Society. Before attending law school, Courtney worked as a tour manager and traveled the world with some of her favorite Grammy award-winning artists and musicians. Courtney also worked as an AmeriCorps VISTA with Growing Kings, Inc., where she was introduced to research and policy, and decided to expand her capacity to assist others by attending law school. To confirm her interest in the legal profession, Courtney worked as a litigation paralegal for the Labor-Employment practice at 5 Points Law Group. With a passion for giving back to her community, Courtney is currently serving as a Member of the Rotaract Club of Birmingham. In her spare time, Courtney enjoys traveling abroad, attending concerts, working on my golf game, and working with LRY Media Group as a Corporate Event Logistics Coordinator. Upon graduating from law school and passing the bar, Courtney will be employed as a Staff Attorney at Protective Life Corporation.
WHY LAW MATTERS TO HER It’s very diverse and it comes with a plethora of opportunities!
HER BIGGEST STRUGGLE IN LAW Knowing everything doesn’t have to be figured out right now.
SPEAKER: Courtney Howard Always Love Your Scalp CEO and Full Operator Natural-based hair products that that will relieve your scalp of flakes, psoriasis, dermatitis, and dryness to stimulate healthy hair growth! TOPIC KEY TAKEAWAYS: Applying to and making it through law school + starting a product-based business?
BUSINESS LEVEL? Large Company - have huge clients and need organization and budgeting strategies
SPEAKER? Keyarrow Moore, LLM, JD KM Legal Solutions Assistant Attorney General
TOPIC OF TALK AND KEY TAKEAWAYS: Public Service Legal Prospective
BIO: Keyarrow Moore is a native of Selma, AL. She is a graduate of Selma Early College High School. Keyarrow attended Alabama State University and graduated with her Bachelors of Science in Healthcare Management. Keyarrow later attended Jones School of Law in Montgomery and graduated with her Juris Doctorate and Master of Law degree. Keyarrow has worked in public service for the duration of her legal career and is currently an Assistant Attorney General for the Alabama Department of Revenue. Keyarrow is a mother of two children, Kamora and Cristian.
WHY LAW MATTERS TO HER My field matters to me because I am caring for the public. I entered the legal field because of my desire to build up my community and assist the public, my job allows me to realize that vision.
HER BIGGEST STRUGGLE IN LAW My biggest struggle is realizing the things I can not change. As an attorney sometimes you are faced with the reality that even though you don't agree with some outcomes, your duty in upholding the law may limit your abilities to change the outcome.
Today I learned about Private Label Rights which is highly relevant to your course content that you may be trademarking the title for or copyrighting the content for. PLR is actually a way for you to license your protected goods for reuse.
This means alllllls you gotta do is create 1 Killer Course that applies generally. Then you can resell allll materials for it to others with a commercial private label right attached for the buyers' right to use this course as part of their paid course with their own customized branding. The term in business is called "white labeling"! Just be careful if you use this content to customize the content so it doesn't get called low-quality content on the internet. So happy White Labeling!
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This week's episode features Alonda Brooks
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Coach | Businesswoman | Mentor
“There is never not a time to become” – a philosophy that successful businesswoman Alonda Brooks embraces. As a certified Cincinnati Business and Imaging Coach, Alonda explores your goals and helps catapult your potential into tangible results. Founder of I Must Become, LLC, she is passionate about helping others realize and showcase their true confidence and authenticity. Most notably, I Must Become Enterprise , LLC is accredited by Zoe Academy. Zoe Academy holds accreditation through the International Coach Federation (ICF), a highly regarded global organization consisting of professionally trained Life Coaches and Consultants. Her extensive training has equipped her with the drive to guide and advise others through her weekly podcast “I Am Becoming”, which airs every Sunday at 3 p.m. on all national ;platforms. Her responsiveness and ability to unite audiences, accompanied with her compassionate nature, has equipped her with the sensibility to build a connection. In addition, Alonda is owner of The Like Sunday Salon Spa, LLC and The Like Sunday Collection, LLC a luxury hair product and extension line. Her eclectic collection was created to accentuate the beauty of both men and women alike. This philanthropic action led to her recognition in publications such as Glambitious Mompreneur and Glambitious Entrepreneur. Her motto of, “Don’t do anything for man’s approval, but do everything with man in mind” has been her motivation to succeed in all her ventures. Alonda’s tenacity and abilities to help people overcome profuse challenges has proven to make clients feel good on the inside and out. She can make you feel good to.
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Do you know why you wanna do this entrepreneur thing or nah? Are you trigger happy at every opportunity or do you make strategic and well-reasoned decisions to keep overhead low, value given high, and time constraints balanced.
From tacky cash app scams to uncovering sister gift exchange pyramid schemes, we are working on strategies for getting rid of this "easy money" mindset. 🤑 Disclaimer: This is for informational use only. Not legal advice. An attorney-client relationship is not formed by viewing and receiving information attached to The Neena R. Speer Law Firm, LLC’s social media pages.
For 24 hours ONLY starting 11/13/2020 at 9:00 PM CST, I will be giving you FREE pages of my book for the first few chapters: https://neenaspeer.podia.com/black-barred-beyond-1l-year-basics-workshop-free-download-of-new-kindle-book-1st-pages
I like my groups to be small so if we get 9 people signed up I will have time to go in-depth 2 at a time during this 60 min session.
1) I will break down 1L Year (the woes and characters)
2) I will break down strategies to help you stand out your 2L year (the rat race)
3) I will break down how to achieve Occupational Wellness going into your 3L year (the grind)
FINALLY, THERE WILL be an exclusive announcement only available at the LIVE Session. I have nearly three years of solo practice in areas ranging from trademarks, copyrights, business formation, and contracts to criminal defense, family law, and probate matters. Please make time to attend.
I call on all of my sisters and brothers to help me help assist @Evangeline Mitchell in filing a nd prosecuting the disgusting display of human indecency that I witnessed as she tried to do something positive for the black community and was hindered by a awful white supremacy troll during a Mock Law Class to help black and minority law students with a UA Law Professor speaking.
Neena talks with Robyn Robbins | email@example.com| Best Selling Author. Certified Empowerment Coach. International Speaker. Trainer Robyn
Robbins is a Best Selling Author, International Speaker, Trainer, and Certified Empowerment Coach who is affectionately referred to as "The Midwife" as she is known for her track record of helping others birth out their goals. She has been featured on Bet Her, Voyage Atl, and Atlanta's 57 T.v. station just to name a few. Her personal experiences such as surviving cyclic abuse, sex trafficking, and the adult-entertainment industry serve as daily fuel to empower others holistically to overcome, heal, transition and give birth. It gives Robyn great joy in serving as a Midwife to catapult women into reclaiming their personal power and transforming their experiences so they can Give Birth to their new life, and goals.
This episode is about more than just what you can do for your business. This episode is meant to encourage aspiring law students and take on a very very important protection for your business: Trademarks. Nothing is capable of standing if you are too afraid to launch the very ideas that you have been dreaming about thanks to being in quarantine. Don't keep your dreams under a rock. Take action for the next month and just try to run your own business as a sole proprietorship, and tell me if you end up the making at least $1 during that period. Message us on IG @takingalunchwithNeena
Hello everyone, father's day is approaching and thanks to some amazing people who checked on me when I dropped my 💜💙 hearts for the mental health check in, I finally have the courage to share with you all something that's been weighing on me since last year that I haven't shared more publicly yet.
My father passed away last September 2019. It was the most devastating loss I've faced in my legal career, & I know there are more ppl who need a space to share the pain that comes with losing a parent so I'm gonna share and hopes it helps someone RELEASE today.
My dad, the first basketball team with UAB blazers, drafted by the Denver nuggets, played overseas, was a present force my entire child and adulthood, helped with all my school projects, firm but fair, loved my mom so deeply and intensely that I knew that God crafted him special, made a friend wherever he went, carried himself with respect for others always & tried hard not to judge unless to make us better. I miss him! I have so much more to write.. Enjoy your time today. Call your parents and loved ones often and cherish every second. I know I did! Love y'all much!!
Imma say this real clear for yall one time. It doesn't matter if they had a criminal record or not. STOP USING CHARACTER EVIDENCE TO LEGITIMIZE KILLING BLACK PEOPLE brutally and murdering black people and black freaking children. I should hope you want your kids to know that you dont want BLACK CHILDREN living in fear while jogging, while sleeping, and while playing video games or eating ice cream at THEIR OWN home.
WHAT POSSIBLE sense is that? Using criminal records AND race to determine jury, judge, and executioner? Think about that the next TIME you are quick to shout all lives matter at us.
Its been a hard time for a long time. If Starbucks can realize how wrong trying to drown out voices of their black lives matter supporters is, why is it so hard for you? What more do you need?
SO BOOM this is what I'm dropping a podcast on at 8pm CST tonight! I'm renaming Friday to be FREEDOM FRIDAYS!
A non-minority (white) woman was ripping down Black Lives Matter signs because she said it was "defacing government property" in her community.
Then when asked do you hate us that much ? She said yes with no hesitation!
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