Happy Halloween from your Amateur Life Coach!

Thank you. Thank you very much.

It’s a day to dress up, play pretend, and perhaps imagine being one of your heroes.

Remember, “Treat” don’t “Trick”. Then, grab your kid’s treat bag and visit ICLEF.org on Thursday for episode 1 of the new season!

The Amateur Life Coach returns Thursday, November 2nd to dispense his unique thoughts, advice and wisdom to his real and imagined viewers…

While the Amateur Life Coach puts the finishing touches on this latest season, take a moment to reacquaint yourself with our old friend and “binge watch” Seasons 1 through 3 by clicking here.

Season IV will examine an issue common to all lawyers, being “screw-drivered”. While you may not be familiar with the term, your practice has no doubt suffered from being “screw-drivered”. To learn more about being “screw-drivered” and how to deal with it in your practice check back here throughout November and December to find out:

Ep. #1: Being Screw-drivered by Opposing Counsel – Thursday, November 2
Ep. #2: Being Screw-drivered by a Judge – Thursday, November 16
Ep. #3: Being Screw-drivered by A Client – Tuesday, December 5
Ep. #4: How Do We Avoid Being Screw-drivered at ALL? – Thursday, December 14


James J. Bell, ICLEF's Amateur Life Coach

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Written and performed by James J. Bell. Produced by the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum. This video is for informational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for professional advice.

About James J. Bell – James is an experienced criminal defense and legal ethics lawyer.  For over 17 years he has defended individuals facing criminal charges. James also regularly provides advice to attorneys and law firms on difficult ethical issues.

In addition, when businesses are confronted with the need to conduct internal investigations, he not only advises, but directs them through the nuances of that process.

James has served as a major felony public defender in state court, and currently is a Director on the Indiana Federal Community Defenders Board.  James is a regular contributor to The Indiana Lawyer on criminal law and legal ethics topics.  He also has served as an adjunct professor at Indiana University, Robert H. McKinney School of Law teaching professional responsibility. Follow James on Twitter at @jamesjbell

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