Lawyers need to be better public speakers
Delivering a TEDx Talk was one of the most professionally challenging (but also rewarding) experiences Luke Furness has ever undertaken. The flow-on benefits from such public speaking, he says, can make one a better lawyer.
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Clayton Utz senior associate Luke Furness to discuss the art of public speaking, how Luke’s life and various advocacy projects have led him to become a speech giver, and what that offers him – both personally and professionally.
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The pair also delve into his experience as a TEDx speaker, what he learned, and why – in the post-pandemic marketplace – bolstering communication skills across all mediums will be essential to optimal delivery of legal services to clients.
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