CullCast #11 - Changing Lives With Keith Wattley & UnCommon Law

December 14, 2017 Casey C. Sullivan

After a brief hiatus, Logikcull’s eDiscovery and legal technology podcast, CullCast, is back. You might remember CullCast from such classics as “Winning Clients and Influencing Luddites with Ernest Svenson” and “Rule Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes with Judge David Campbell.”

CullCast features legal innovators, influencers, and disruptors—people who are reshaping the legal profession for the better. What better person, then, to relaunch the podcast with than Keith Wattley, founder and executive director of UnCommon Law. At UnCommon Law, a small non-profit law office in Oakland, California, Wattley and his team work with California prisoners serving life terms with the possibility of parole, work that is, in Wattley’s terms, “closer to therapy than lawyering.”

You can listen to the podcast below or, if your headphones are broken or you just prefer the written word to the spoken one, read the transcript even further below. We hope you enjoy and if you’re inspired by the work of UnCommon Law—and we hope you will be—you can support them here.

 

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