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TT027: Lawyer Up! How to Not Get Screwed Using Bad Contracts. With Rachel Brenke of TheLawTog

TT027: Lawyer Up! How to Not Get Screwed Using Bad Contracts. With Rachel Brenke of TheLawTog

Hang on to your hats gang! Today’s show is wicked awesome!! We are completely stoked to welcome Rachel Brenke of Rachel Brenke Photography & TheLawTog. It’s not everyday we get to hang out with such an awesome photographer, who beat cancer at its own game, and is absolutely killing it in this game called ‘life’!! We are honored to have her on the show today.

Rachel Brenke is a business consultant with many hats, including author, photographer, lawyer & social media marketing strategist, just to name a few. She is currently based out of Washington, D.C. but is helping creative industry professionals all over the world initiate, strategize and implement strategic business and marketing plans through various mediums of consulting resources. Despite all the busy-life-activities of the past few years, Rachel has also been cured from cancer, survived numerous deployments as a military spouse and achieved multiple masters and her doctoral law degree.

We came to know about Rachel as we were researching bad ass lawyers for our business education program, First Year Photographer. We connect our students with her in our courses dealing with contracts and forms, in order to help them not get screwed. Not only is she a phenomenal shooter, she has a passion for the law. She is dedicated to helping clear up so many of the legal misconceptions that run rampant out there on the wild-west; that is, the internet.

We want to thank Rachel for shooting another show with us, as we had a major technology snafu occur with her original session. You rock Rachel!!


Tweet this: “…I use the contract all the way through my session” – Rachel Brenke


This session is chock full of legal info that will definitely help you as a professional photographer. Not getting screwed matters to each of us as professional photographers in shared & differing ways. But this session with Rachel should not be taken as legal advice, in any way. Please seek an attorney in your city/county/state for official legal advice.

In this session you’ll learn:

  • How to protect yourself the right way
  • Why effectively developing a copyright workflow makes sense for your photography business
  • How you can develop a copyright workflow
  • and so much more!

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