Meet Our Team of Experts
It takes a great team to build a market-leading company. Get to know THELAW.TV’s winning team.
THELAW.TV is the product of a passionate team of lawyers, journalists, and marketing experts who built a platform to help lawyers communicate their stories to prospective clients. We started THELAW.TV in 2009, way before most lawyers even thought about using online videos for marketing. We believed then, as all smart lawyers know now, that legal professionals should connect with prospects in the way they want — video — on their platform of their choice — the Internet. Since we started THELAW.TV, we’ve helped more than 1,000 law firms produce online videos — that’s more than 150,000 videos.
Brian Albert is the founder and developer of THELAW.TV. Brian is a licensed attorney and broadcast journalist, with extensive experience in web development. He is a political science graduate of Columbia University and the University of Miami School of Law. As an attorney, Brian practiced civil rights law in Miami, appearing in both state and federal court. Brian’s broadcast career includes one-on-one interviews with President Barack Obama, law professor Alan Dershowitz, and Google CEO Eric Schmidt. Brian’s television experience includes anchoring at Time Warner Cable’s NY1 News.
Corey Saban spent 15 years on the scene and on camera, covering the major stories and life changing moments of our time, before joining THELAW.TV. An EMMY-nominated and AP award-winning journalist, Corey’s media career encompasses interviews with many of the world’s most respected and recognizable personalities. Most recently, he was an anchor and reporter in West Palm Beach, where he covered ground-breaking stories with national implications. Corey began his career as a sportscaster covering Miami sports. He has a degree in communications from Florida State University.
Ryan Woldoff is the chief video editor. Ryan earned his B.A. in 2009 from the Temple University School of Communications and Theater in Philadelphia. Ryan began his involvement with THELAW.TV as a freelance editor when the company was a startup and joined the staff full time in 2011. Ryan is also an Emmy nominated video editor for Comcast SportsNet in Philadelphia where his work on the 2001 Philadelphia 76ers documentary “Almost Answered” received a 2013 Regional Edward R. Murrow Award.