Public speaking is a crucial part of working as a lawyer. It is especially important for female lawyers who are claiming their vocal authority in speaking roles in courts.
As a speaker, coach and voiceover artist, Rena Cook helps lawyers achieve empowerment with voice training and authentic confidence. Cook has partnered with co-author Laurie Koller to write Her Voice in Law: Vocal Power and Situational Command for the Female Attorney, an in-depth training course for the female lawyer who wants to have more vocal power and authentic command in all legal situations, including trial work.
It explores the subject of voice and its relation to storytelling, providing a clear and tangible pathway to skill development and lasting transformation.
In this new episode of the Modern Law Library podcast, Olivia Aguilar of ABA Publishing speaks with Cook about the various aspects of voice and presentation, power-stealing vocal traits, and why understanding your voice is an important first step.
And just in time for Women’s History Month, Cook discusses how female lawyers can use their voices to build their confidence and strengthen their success.
Podcast listeners can purchase Her Voice in Law through the ABA web store.