Episode 34: Kim Savo Interviews Scott Glovsky on the Impact of Storytelling
Today, Kim Savo, a Trial Lawyer’s College faculty member interviews Trial Lawyer Talk host, and host of many TLC Podcast Episodes, Scott Glovsky. The Trial Lawyer’s College is fortunate to have these two attorneys on the faculty team. For many years, they have both had a great dedication to TLC as alumni and faculty members. Get to know TLC’s Podcast and Trial Lawyer Talk Host, Scott Glovsky by listening in to this episode.
“Storytelling and fighting for your clients fit hand-in-hand. When we ask people questions, they will usually go into a dialogue, which is ultimately boring. But when people tell stories, what I try to bring out in my podcast, they talk from their heart. When they tell the stories that were meaningful to them, it draws us in like magnets. Our desire to hear the story and listen is huge! I learn so much when I listen to other peoples stories. I thought creating this podcast would be a great way to really learn personally about storytelling and to figure out what other great lawyers are doing to fight for their clients.” – Scott Glovsky
Scott reveals information from several cases he’s tried. He talks about how he builds his relationships with his clients and how important this is when going to trial.“I’ve had jurors tell me ‘I know you care about your client’. The jury can see it all, we can’t bullshit them.. It’s almost endemic that we are taught in law school, at least in my perception, that we can’t be human. But what really matters is the relationship we build with ours client and how we tell their story in front of the jury.”
Want to learn how to better tell your client’s story? Attend TLC’s next regional seminar, Discovering the Story in Hunt, Texas, April 12-15, 2018. Direct link to register: click here!
Included in this Episode
- Scott talks about why he decided to create this podcast
- Scott discloses information on two powerful cases he has worked on that had personal and professional impacts on him
- The growth Scott has developed since attending his first course with the Trial Lawyer’s College
- Scott explains the process and the importance of attending TLC local working groups
- Using senses for storytelling and how that has helped to create his podcast
- Trial Lawyer Talk Podcast by Scott Glovsky
- Law Offices of Scott Glovsky
- TLC Faculty List
- Become a TLC Alumni by attending the Trial Lawyer’s College 3-Week Program this September
- Learn how to discover your client’s story, and utilize some techniques Scott speaks about in storytelling by attending TLC’s Discovering the Story in Hunt, Texas, April 12-15, 2018 (limited seats available)
- Create a local working group in your area by emailing Missy Adrian for more information and how to get started
Interviewing Scott Glovsky, Creator, and Host of Trial Lawyer Talk
Scott graduated from the Trial Lawyer’s College in 2007 and has been a faculty member since 2014. He has been practicing law since 1993 when he graduated from Cornell School of Law. Scott’s practice emphasizes personal injury and is nationally recognized as an advocate for the rights of the injured and insurance policyholders. He has received numerous awards for his work, including the California Lawyer Attorney of the Year Award, Consumer Attorneys Association of California’s “California Street Fighter of the Year” award and the “President’s Award of Merit” from the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles.
Episode 34 Host: Kim Savo, California Public Defender
Kim Savo graduated her TLC 3-Week College Program in 2008 and joined the TLC Faculty Team in 2010. Savo is a trial deputy at the Federal Public Defender for the Central District of California. Now in her fourteenth year as a public defender, Kim represents indigent criminal defendants in a wide range of cases from bank robbery and drug trafficking to complex white collar fraud and sexual exploitation of minors. Most recently, she successfully petitioned the Obama administration to grant clemency to two federal prisoners. She has served as an Assistant Editor for the Warrior magazine and together with Scott Glovsky facilitates a local working group in the Los Angeles area.