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Kim Dao Writes a Song

When Kim Dao was a little girl, her parents gave her piano lessons. She still plays the piano sometimes. Kim Dao plays a Yamaha piano. She thinks she plays piano badly now since she had given up her lessons when she was 16. She regrets not continuing. Playing the piano for hours everyday, she was ready for her piano exam. Mostly, Kim Dao plays instrumental pieces. She played a song called Every Heart by BOA. Kim Dao played the one song she wrote, an instrumental. She wrote it in high school. Although Kim Dao wrote many songs, this was the only one she completed and claimed it had many mistakes in it. After about two or three years, Dao sat down at the piano and played it for us. She said that she composed the song with a friend. Dao claimed her songs had lyrics her friend wrote that she had misplaced.


When Kim Dao was in high school, she had a You Tube channel that she doesn’t like to talk about. She used it to display her piano playing abilities. She said if anyone is interested, they can find the link at the bottom of this video. She says the video quality was not as good as it is today. Their channel might be still up. Judging by the quality if the music, Kim Dao must have invested a lot of time in playing the piano during her youth. She claims she plays badly, but most people can’t tell.









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Lawyers Like Jeremy Goldstein Set To Benefit From The Newly-Launched Online Service

According to a research survey undertaken by Thomson Reuters working with FindLaw.com, 38% of the entire population uses the Internet to find answers and solutions. Buoyed by this impressive numbers and of course thinking of means and ways to capitalize on such a lucrative market, the New York State Bar Association via its arm, the Lawyer Referral and Information Service(LRIS), went ahead to launch an online portal that connects clients with world-class attorneys like Jeremy Goldstein in the wink of an eye.


Hussle-Free Prospecting


In an article shared on www.madisoncountycourier.com/, the NY Legal State Bar President, Claire P. Gutukunst, termed the web-based application developed as a pressure reducer of sorts. Plus, he says, the client rests assured of getting matched to the perfect lawyer regarding rates, proximity and most important, your exact case details.


Here’s how one gets started to using this impressive online portal powered by Legal.io:-


  • Log in to the official page at https://nysbalris.legal.io and create a profile
  • Fill in your names, addresses and the nature of your legal concern


What Happens Next?


If you happen to live in one of the close to twenty states, LRIS has offices; then you get a reply in a few hours indicating a possible lawyer match. In a dramatic departure from protocol, the clients don’t get to pay even a single dime for the connection to the certified attorney. However, they’ll end up paying $70 per hour as legal consultation free for the first session. Certain groups of people, for instance, veterans, and unemployed workers get special rebates as is stipulated by the law.


The current Chairman of the Lawyers Referral and Information Service (LRIS), Elena Jaffe Tastensen is quoted encouraging all practicing attorneys to submit their credentials to the Bar. Joining the online portal will expose them to more clientele for free.


About Jeremy Goldstein


Mr. Goldstein founded the legal firm Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates in June 2014. The New York University School of Law Doctorate recipient previously used to work in established NY firms like Shearman and Sterling LLP and at the Wachetell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz outfit in the Big Apple as well.


The seasoned lawyer, Jeremy Goldstein is a respected writer. You can find his legal notes published on the Harvard Law Review online version. Goldstein is a graduate of both Cornell and the University of Chicago where he went for his Masters and Undergraduate degrees in BA, Arts, Arts History.