Tickets Still Available for the March 10 Legal Q&A Session with MyPhillyLawyer’s Dean Weitzman at the “Praise 103.9 Inspiration & Music Conference”
By Dean I Weitzman, Esq. on March 6th, 2012
We all have times when we wish we could call an experienced, helpful and professional lawyer to get a bit of sage advice to answer some of the vexing legal questions in life.
Well wait no more. Instead, come to this Saturday’s two-hour legal question and answer workshop with MyPhillyLawyer’s Dean Weitzman, the host of “Court Radio,” at the upcoming “Praise 103.9 Inspiration & Music Conference” at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Center City Philadelphia.
Weitzman will be a guest speaker at a two-hour legal question and answer session from 1 to 3 p.m. on March 10, where you can ask your legal questions and get sensible, professional and helpful advice.
He’ll be joined by his Court Radio co-host, attorney David Rapoport, to answer legal questions for attendees on a wide variety of topics, from birth injuries to criminal defense, personal injury, vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, estate planning and more. The legal advice workshop will be hosted by popular WRNB 100.3 FM radio personality E. Steven Collins. The entrance for the event is at Broad and Arch streets at the Convention Center.
Weitzman is the managing partner of MyPhillyLawyer and has been the weekly host of WRNB 100.3 FM’s “Court Radio” program for more than three years, answering a wide variety of topical legal questions for listeners every Sunday morning.
The Praise 103.9 Inspiration & Music Conference will be held from 1 to 10 p.m. this Saturday and features workshops on music, relationships, faith, law and more.
Advance tickets for the Praise Conference are $50 for attendees to attend just one workshop, or $119 to be able to attend multiple workshops. Tickets sold on-site on the day of the conference are $60 for one workshop or $120 for a multi-session ticket.
Tickets are still available.
You can purchase advance tickets for Weitzman’s legal workshop online. A workshop ticket also lets the ticket holder attend the three-hour-long finale concert at the event. The 8 p.m. finale concert will feature performances from musicians including Marvin Sapp, Israel Houghton, Earnest Pugh, William McDowell, James Fortune, Jessica Ready, JJ Hairston, and Smokie Norful.
“I’m looking forward to being a part of the Praise 103.9 Inspiration & Music Conference and being able to talk with attendees and answer their legal questions,” Weitzman said. “This is just the kind of thing I do each week on my Court Radio show and it’s something I love to share with listeners. The worst legal question is the one that is not asked. If you have any concerns or questions about any kind of legal issue, I hope you’ll come to our workshop and ask them.”
Rapoport said he expects it will be a different experience than their Sunday morning radio show.
“It will be interesting to meet our listeners and answer their questions in person,” he said. “Come and ask Dean and I your legal questions. We can answer questions on any legal topic and give you a good start for your legal inquiry.”
Weitzman, a Philadelphia native, earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Temple University in 1984 and his Juris Doctor in 1987 from Temple University School of Law. He worked throughout college to put himself through school working as the supervisor in a group home for mentally-handicapped adults. Dean is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Philadelphia and Pennsylvania trial lawyer’s associations.
Rapoport earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration at Temple University and his law degree from the Temple University School of Law.
Weitzman began his weekly Court Radio show in January of 2009, providing legal advice, comfort, folksy assistance and humor to callers who have legal questions and want to get help from a lawyer. The live show, with Rapoport as his co-host, airs each Sunday at 7 a.m. on WRNB 100.3 FM in the Philadelphia metro area. On New Year’s Day this year, the show’s audience grew with a first-ever simulcast on Baltimore’s Magic 95.9 FM. You can also listen live on the Internet at WRNB 100.3 or on Magic 95.9 via streaming audio.
About Court Radio
Listeners can call in with their legal questions to 800-539-1479 or they can email their questions to AskDean@CourtRadio.com. Participants are asked to only ask or submit ONE question each time so that all callers have a chance to discuss the legal topics that are on their minds.
Court Radio is the place to ask your legal questions and get real answers from lawyers with a deep background in the law, from personal injury to contracts and estates, insurance and much more.
Most weeks, Dean brings in a special guest to answer your legal questions and provide information on a dizzying array of legal topics, all with humor, good advice and at no charge to callers. You can even listen to past shows and their featured guests by downloading or listening to stored podcasts.
A production of WRNB-FM radio in Philadelphia, Court Radio is brought to you each week by the law offices of Silvers, Langsam & Weitzman, P.C., which is known throughout the Philadelphia area as MyPhillyLawyer.