How exactly would a world that contains people with super human powers maintain law and order over those individuals? More specifically, how could a law firm position its attorneys to represent those superhumans, and make some money off of them at the same time? These are some of the questions that Clio’s Lawyer in Residence, Joshua Lenon, and AmLaw 200 firm’s Chief Knowledge Services Officer, Greg Lambert prepare to answer. Starting off with Disney+/MCU’s newest show, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.
The series is about how a top-tier Los Angeles law firm, GLK/H has created a new practice group called SuperHuman Law Division. This division is designed to represent those with superhuman abilities against the criminal and civil law suits that they face. Everyone deserves competent legal representation and GLK/H’s high-dollar attorneys plan to do just that.
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This podcast focuses on the legal issues we spot in the episodes. Some of them may be obvious, some may be ignored, but not by us. Whether it is simple assault, kidnapping, property damages, corporate espionage, or even murder, we’re here to call it out and discuss what the law should do about it.
We’ll also take our unique experiences in working in the legal industry to talk about the dynamics of what it takes to run a law firm with such specialized and unique clients.
So strap into your hoverjet and sit back as we launch the SuperHuman Law Division Podcast.
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Greg Lambert 0:19
So imagine running a superhuman law division of a law firm. And that’s exactly what we’re going to do here. As we start going over the series, she hooked Attorney at Law now on Disney plus, first, let’s