Spotlight On: Judge Lauren Moore

Spotlight On: Judge Lauren Moore

Judge Lauren Moore is an outstanding member of the Cleveland legal community.  She is dedicated and passionate about raising Cleveland citizens to be their best.  Since having passed the bar in 1987, Judge Moore has served as a civil attorney and a public defender at the Legal Aid Society.  She also served as Chief Prosecutor for the City of Cleveland and as an Assistant Cuyahoga County Prosecutor.  In 2003 and election to the Cleveland Municipal Court fulfilled her ultimate goal. As an active advocate of justice, Judge Moore has received many acknowledgments and awards.  Some of which being: Claude E. Clark award for outstanding service UNCEF Eagle award Phenomenal Woman Foundation award NCNW meritorious service award Murtis Taylor’s Ebony Rose award Phi Delta Kappa award for outstanding service and support of school youths in the greater Cleveland area. Shaker Heights High School Alumni Association Hall of Fame Judge Moore is key to the Mock Trial Competition each year. At Cady Reporting, we have had the unique privilege of volunteering with her for these competitions.  Judge Moore never hesitates to encourage, upbuild and support each student who walks through the doors of her court(class)room.  Beyond this competition, she also provides the same encouragement through the 3Rs program with the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Associaton.   Judge Moore and Judge Groves also created the ‘Get on Track’ program at the Cleveland Municipal Court a number of years ago.  This is a special probation program that primarily helps young people with misdemeanors to get their GED or high school diplomas, and assists them with life skills. Beyond even all of that, Judge Moore handles Drug...
CLE Today

CLE Today

You’re sharp, we know that.  We’re sharp, you know that.  To stay sharp, however, we always need to be learning.  Education doesn’t end when you get that piece of paper in your hand.  Learning is a lifelong process, that is why all of us at Cady are so invested in attending, sponsoring and sharing in the education process.  We don’t want to leave all the work up to you!  We are a resource for the legal community.  We have worked hard to be on the cutting edge of technology and litigation.  Our clients feel confident in coming to us to solve any all litigation support questions. Ask us a question, we’re always happy to help!  Click here to jump to our home page and live chat with...
Volunteering and Sponsorship

Volunteering and Sponsorship

Why are volunteering and sponsorship important to the Cady Family? We are honored to be included among the top litigation support providers in the country. We appreciate the opportunity that we have had to grow in this community. During our time period of becoming a pillar of the court reporting community in Ohio, we appreciate all of the resources we have at our disposal. We have gained knowledge and insight from the CMBA, the NNRC and long-time veterans of the industry just to name a few. When someone gives you a precious gift, you want to give back to others so that they can experience the same. That is why volunteering is so important to us. We volunteer on an ongoing basis with the CMBA so that the youth of Cleveland can have an even better chance at a bright future. We volunteer with the NNRC so that we can continually foster advancement in our own industry which helps litigators do their job even better. We are happy to give of our time and resources so that in small ways we can repay what we have been given....
Newsworthy and Notable

Newsworthy and Notable

There are many different aspects of the world that touch on the justice system.  In this section of the blog, we will write and also link to some newsworthy articles.  We will also strive to bring you goings-on that can affect your practice.  Our NNRC partners around the country have something exciting going on all the time, so we like to share.  When exciting things happen here at Cady Reporting, we like to share that with you also. Do you have something exciting happening in your firm or your life?  We would love to hear about it for the possibility to feature you on our blog.  Contact us through the chat function on our website and we can start the conversation!...
Guest Authors

Guest Authors

Guest authors bring a unique perspective to our blog. They are an invaluable part of the legal community here in Cleveland, Ohio and around the country. The guests who we have chosen know how “do the lawyering” much better than I do, and we sincerely appreciate them lending their expertise to share with all of our dear readers and enhancing the legal profession. Would you like to be featured on the blog? Sent me a message via the live chat function on our website. We would love to hear from you!   Here are some of our previous guest authors. Click to access their articles. Adrian Thompson of Taft Stettinius Richik Sarkar of McGlinchy Stafford Judge James L. Kimbler...
Guest Author: Lighting the Career Path Through Mentoring and Championing

Guest Author: Lighting the Career Path Through Mentoring and Championing

Lighting the Career Path Through Mentoring and Championing by Guest Author Adrian D. Thompson of Taft, Stettinius & Hollister (Originally published in the CMBA Journal, March 2017) A Buddhist proverb states, “If you light a lamp for someone, it will also brighten your own path.”  Mentoring programs help young lawyers develop and learn new skills under the direction and advice of a seasoned expert, their mentor. Mentoring is a career development and talent retention tool.  The very act of mentoring brightens the career paths of both the person being nurtured through counsel, “the mentee,” and the person providing the counseling, “the mentor.” The law firm/employer itself, also benefits due to the enhanced communication between the mentor and mentee which ultimately supports the organization’s directions toward sustainable growth gained from enlightened participants.  Quality mentoring greatly enhances the mentee’s changes for success and the company’s ability to meet/exceed its goals and objectives.  Therefore, the importance and significance of a formal mentoring program cannot be diminished. Mentor Duties Mentor duties are to advise, motivate, coach, champion, inspire, teach and lead by example.  Mentors are more senior professionals in their careers and are battle tested.  Mentoring occurs when an experienced lawyer takes a personal interest in one with less experience and helps the junior lawyer learn and advance.  Mentors provide mentees with a brain to pick, and ear to listen, and a friendly push in the right direction.  As active listeners, mentors offer support, guidance and constructive criticism as appropriate.  Mentoring also provides the mentee with a leader to run to with questions.  Mentoring programs help to foster healthy work relationships by providing...