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Voices of Experience
We at the Burlington County Bar Association are lucky to have many longstanding senior members who have graciously offered to share their opinions, experiences and reflections in two ways. The first is a less formal and shorter audio podcast wherein the senior attorney shares a brief reflection, funny story or “slice of life”. The podcasts will be posted at the rate of at least one per month and are approximately five to eight minutes long. We also have a more formalized oral history conducted in a question and answer format and with an interviewer on video tape. We anticipate these more detailed interviews will be available on the website shortly as a link to a YouTube site. We will keep you posted as to our progress with those oral histories.
Downloading an MP3 File to a PC
To download an MP3 file to your PC, right-click on the Download option of the MP3 file and select “Save Target As” if you are using Internet Explorer or “Save Link As” if you are using Firefox. Next, navigate to the directory where you want the file to be saved. Once the download is complete, you can open the file to play it or transfer it to your MP3 player.
Downloading an MP3 File to a Mac
To download an MP3 file to your Macintosh computer, control-click on the “Download” option of the MP3 file and select “Save this link as.” Select the directory where you want the file to be saved. Once the file is downloaded, open the MP3 file in your favorite music player or transfer it to your iPod or other MP3 player.
Jospeh F. Polino
Jospeh F. Polino, Esquire recounts a war story demonstrating that as attorneys we must rely on what we did not learn in law school to be the best attorney for our clients. Listen to Joe’s retell his fight to preserve his client’s rights in the 1970’s Route 38 screen shows case. Download
Joseph M. Pinto
Joseph M. Pinto, Esquire discloses his funniest experience in practice. From the courtroom to the streets in one day, hear Mr. Pinto define how to “go with the flow” when things took a turn in his case. Download
Francis J. Hartman
Francis J. Hartman, Esquire reveals his experience in meeting and working with one of the most interesting attorneys he met in his career. Mr. Hartman’s description of his colleague draws an remarkable depiction of the age-old question of how to divvy time between home and work life as an attorney. Download.