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Hosted by Editor Catrin Griffiths and Litigation Editor Christian Smith, every second Thursday The Lawyer Podcast brings you our take on the top stories, trends and views moving the legal market.For more news, analysis and data, go to www.thelawyer.com.The Lawyer Podcast can be contacted at podcast@thelawyer.com.
 
Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/blackbeltbarrister/subscribe Welcome to the #BlackBeltBarrister's Podcast! I'm pleased to announce that I'm starting a podcast for those who enjoy listening to my content in environments you cannot otherwise watch on the screen. I will cover a range of topics, including law, of course, but many others as well, such as my journey as an entrepreneur, barrister, and content creator.
 
We aim to inspire, educate and entertain, providing the ultimate way of learning more about the exciting world of legal. Whether you’re a lawyer, aspiring lawyer, involved in the legal industry or simply want to know more about the world of law this is the podcast for you. We will provide you with unique and accessible insights from a variety of incredible guests.Hosted by Rob Hanna, an expert in legal careers and content creation, he is the proud CEO & Founder of a variety of business ventu ...
 
Good Law Project is a UK organisation dedicated to using the law to build a better world. Every month we host a livestream on an important political, social or cultural issue, featuring amazing guests and hosted by one of our team. This podcast is our way of letting you catch up in case you missed the action or just want to listen again. Find us on Spotify, Apple and all good podcast platforms.
 
Welcome to Friends Who Argue, a podcast for the litigation bar brought to you by The Advocates’ Society and hosted by our Young Advocates' and 10+ Standing Committees. Friends Who Argue features intimate conversations with advocates from across Canada, who will share stories from their journeys as advocates. As litigators, we live in an adversarial world but we all have one thing in common - we are officers of the court who are passionate about the profession of law and advocating for our cl ...
 
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A podcast about late Fuji legend, Sikiru Ayinde Barrister who died in December 2010. This podcast is aimed at exploring his life and times, focusing on his creation of the music genre, challenges, successes, themes, death and legacy. Hosted by The Jide Taiwo.
 
Everyone wants to keep up to date with the emerging legal trends and technologies transforming the way Australia’s legal system is practised, but not everyone has the time or patience to sit and read through a bunch of articles. Join Isabella from OpenLaw and BarNet JADE as she provides your go-to series for all things Law. Learn the tips, tricks and challenges of the legal profession's best, challenging conventions and innovating the legal landscape, in under an hour with focused and curate ...
 
Think nothing ever happens in your town? Australia's suburbs are home to some of the most mysterious and disturbing true crime cases in the world.Meshel Laurie is a true crime obsessive. Emily Webb is a true crime author. And together with expert interviews with writers, victims, investigators and perpetrators, they probe the underbelly of our towns and suburbs, and uncover the darkness at the heart of Australian life. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/australiantruecrime. For a f ...
 
Ehsan Kabir takes pride in providing exceptional client care to all his clients. By being legally trained and a qualified professional Ehsan Kabir ensures client matters are dealt with swiftly and effectively as possible whilst protecting their individual interests.
 
Historically judges and lawyers didn’t do interviews, give press conferences or be subject to journalistic scrutiny. Nowadays it is considered a matter of public interest that they engage with the media in order to increase public understanding of the justice system. Professor Gary Slapper discusses the developments that led to this revolutionary change with Frances Gibb, Legal Editor of The Times, under whose professional investigative journalism resulted in the democratisation of law.
 
Welcome to CM Murray LLP's The Lawdown, our regular podcast that brings you the legal news highlights, particularly those relating to employment, discrimination and partnership law and the UK courts. More information on the issues discussed and knowledge on a wide range of topics can be found at our website - www.cm-murray.com or please contact info@cm-murray.com for more information or to send us a story you would like us to talk about.
 
Each Gatehouse Chambers Podcast episode gives an informal view of important legal issues impacting individuals as well as companies and other legal entities. They will be of interest particularly to legal practitioners, law students and those interested in joining the legal profession and also the general public. The Gatehouse Chambers Podcast series concentrates on topics arising from Chambers' key practice areas which are: commercial dispute resolution (including not only litigation in cou ...
 
The “Lunching with Lawyers” podcast asks the question, what motivates someone to study law? The responses might surprise you. Loretta Kreet, lawyer, podcaster and consumer advocate explores her guest’s pathway to law which is often a function of personal circumstance, idealism and serendipity, her guest’s greatest achievements and what represents success and how to achieve it.
 
From the Bar is a podcast where, two young dispute lawyers narrate how they navigate their way through the legal practice in Nigeria. They want to share their experience on the journey (the good, the bad and the hilarious), their ideas on how to improve the practice of the profession in Nigeria all while deconstructing the law along the way.
 
Peter Lavac drives a 500-thousand-dollar yellow Lamborghini. He’s a barrister. He saved people's lives in the surf; he wrestled crooks in court; he disarmed a gunman in a nightclub; he’s a Lothario; a model; a wrestler; a racing car driver... He is also a self-confessed narcissist. This is the Lambo Lawyer. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Sarah-Mae Thomas presents a podcast on various legal and social issues. Sarah-Mae specialises in family law, personal injury law and insurance litigation, with a keen interest in issues surrounding children and women. Information provided in this podcast does not constitute legal advice and does not create a solicitor-client relationship with listeners.
 
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Ross Kemp is joined by guests from all walks of life, who all have engaging stories to tell. Whether it’s about their life, their career, or their expertise, we hope that if you listen to this series, not only will you learn something about the guests, but also about the world we live in. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
What’s the connection between certain women - from Lady Gaga to the Queen Mum - and queer society? This interview series, hosted by DJ and LGBT activist Alice Beverton-Palmer, explores the Dorothy in ‘friends of Dorothy’. Expect fresh, frank and funny interviews with famous names and unsung heroes, a new angle on the queer zeitgeist, and history you won’t have learned at school. Get involved on Twitter - we want your stories, and your guest suggestions. Tweet a name @Dorothy_Podcast and we'l ...
 
In this podcast narcissism expert Dr Supriya McKenna teams up with top UK family lawyer Karin Walker to tackle head on the issues that occur when one is divorcing a narcissistic personality type. Their book, 'Divorcing a Narcissist - the Lure, the Loss and the Law' is an Amazon number one bestseller in numerous categories, and together Karin and Supriya have trained thousands of family law professionals in how to manage narcissistic divorces. With legal tips, advice for lawyers and more, thi ...
 
This show was born out of the host’s desire to connect with other women who may need “someone to talk to” around every day life’s issues and challenges, from managing career and household, to inner productivity, relationships and other current hot topics. Currently the show showcases interviews from people who share their experiences, expertise or passion, talents and insights on a variety of topics, hence "Samu't Sari", meaning, anything and everything, or variety.
 
Solicitor Andrew Gray shares his top tips for what you should do when you have suffered a personal injury, been a victim of clinical negligence or been involved with a stressful employment dispute.With a wealth of experience, Andrew is one of the UK's most personable and honest lawyers, dedicated to ensuring the well-being of all his clients.Andrew is the founder of honest, ethical law firm www.truthlegal.com
 
Hi, I’m Lisa and I am inviting you to The Strength of Us podcast where you will hear the stories of incredible strength from a diversity of guests who remind us that we are not alone. We discuss parenting, divorce, mental health, disability, LGBT issues and more. As a teacher, my guests and I aim to educate our listeners on topics like flesh eating bacteria, living with a disability, the experience of psychosis and how to avoid dating a narcissist. We also interview people who are making a r ...
 
The Psychology of Successful Women podcast explores the mindset, behaviour and success strategies of high-achieving women. It’s an inspirational show that helps ambitious women maximise their performance from the inside-out and thrive in the world of business. You will hear insightful conversations with trail blazing women about how they have built a successful career or thriving business, and how they cope with setbacks and challenges. Most importantly, each episode will help you sharpen yo ...
 
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Mindfulness and Meditation. Breathing, Subconscious and Conscious. How do these all link up with a criminal barrister? On this Monday Night Live, you will find out. The special guest is Andrew Henley a criminal barrister, which is just one of his considerable talents. Andrew left school at 16 and joined the army. After his training in Bovington, Do…
 
Broadcaster Terry Christian grew up in a large Irish Catholic family in Manchester where not attending mass or university was out of the question. After dropping out of a chemistry course he didn't want to start, a young Terry caught the eye of a TV producer, kickstarting his presenting career. His big break came in the form of The Word, a youth-le…
 
Following the launch of the Hot 100 last week, The Lawyer’s editor Catrin Griffiths sits down with new Hot 100 member Banke Odunaike from CBRE to discuss her career, the nuances of being a role model, and what her son made of her inclusion. The Six Nations kicks off this weekend as a storm of legal issues hangs over rugby. The Lawyer’s litigation e…
 
In this episode, Camilla Uppal is joined by Simon Robinson, Commercial Real Estate Partner at Shakespeare Martineau. Simon has a wealth of experience in commercial property, planning and environmental law at city firms. Simon acts for a range of businesses, family offices and overseas funds, and has previously held the position of general counsel a…
 
Maggie Sten Criminal Defence Lawyer from George Sten & Co talks Crime Time with Mark Morri. Mark Morri started his career as a cadet reporter on the Daily Mirror in 1980 working on crime, from gangland murders of the 1980s to the Fathers Day Bikie Massacre. He won the Kennedy Award for Scoop of the Year for his coverage of the arrest of Roger Roger…
 
Monday Night Live – Inspirational speaker and volunteer coach to the England Wheelchair Rugby world cup winners, Steve Head. Derek Arden – Improving performance with Steve Head. One of our original speakers from 2020 on Monday Night Live returns, to tell us about the work he did with the English Wheelchair Rugby League team as one of the mental per…
 
Over the summer break, we played some beauty chat segments at the end of our episodes with Joanna Fleming from Adore Beauty. We thought for everyone's convenience, we would collate them all together into this one episode. It's seriously a great refresher on all things skincare and makeup. For a limited time only, use the code "truecrime15" for 15 d…
 
From fall 2021 to early 2022, three members of the Young Advocates Standing Committee’s Future of the Profession working group, Brendan McArthur-Stevens, Sara McGregor, and Zac Thiffault, conducted a survey of young advocates asking what they hoped for and expected from their workplaces as people started to return to the office. The survey – The fu…
 
Attending at The Fifth Court E18 are barrister Ciara Dowd BL and Aileen Curry, Partner at Curry & Hickey Solicitors who discuss the new Assisted Decision Making Act that will replace existing statutes concerning Wards of Court and Enduring Power of Attorney. And as always we start with three cases from the Decisis.ie casebook A family law case invo…
 
How to Overcome Burnout and Breakdown with Greg Gilles Greg Gillies from The Evolved CEO. He's a husband, father of three, entrepreneurial businessman, healer, coach, mentor, business consultant, and intuitive advisor. After 20 years of hustling, grind, success and failures, and climbing the corporate ladder, Greg worked even harder to build his ow…
 
Although there is no one-size-fits-all route to entrepreneurial success, embracing your purpose and mission will give you the drive and bravery to really make the necessary leap. This week, we're super excited to be chatting with Charles Lew, a renowned Los Angeles attorney. Charles Lew is a multifaceted humanitarian and business leader. He is a bo…
 
In 2008, Clare awoke in the.middle of the night to two violent men invading her house, demanding the code to her boyfriend's safe. This episode is the story of Clare's life up until now. A story involving mental illness, drugs and abusive men. It's also a story of recovery, support and family. If you have been affected by anything discussed in this…
 
Hello loves, we have another podcast recommendation for you, and this one is a bit of a crossover. It is a pop-culture podcast called Tied Up, hosted by two friends of mine Sonia Jahshan and Simon Baggs. I think this episode will be of particular interest to you, because they are talking about Alec Baldwin and whether or not he will face charges fo…
 
Sally Penni MBE is Talking Law with Dr Shaun Wallace and Tom Lyas Dr Shaun Wallace is a Barrister at Great James Street Chambers and is also well known to the public as a celebrity quizzer. He was the first black man to win Mastermind and is now a permanent staple on ITV’s The Chase. Dr Wallace tells Sally about how he’s been driven to be a lawyer …
 
Long Term Investing is the Subject of This Monday Night Live Where Derek Arden Talks to Matt Tumbridge a Financial Advisor In his presentation titled “Everyone wants to be Warren Buffett”, Independent Financial Advisor (IFA) Matt Tumbridge delves into safe investing strategies for the future. He has a wealth of experience in the industry, having ru…
 
The Fifth Court Presenters Peter Leonard BL and Mark Tottenham BL (and editor of Decisis.ie) discuss three cases from the Decisis.ie casebook including an application involving 'winterization' of boglands where a windfarm was situated. Was the development authorised or not? The judge decides. Secondly, Conor McGregor defamation case where McGregor …
 
Change and innovation in the legal industry are helping to improve the quality and accessibility of legal services, creating new opportunities for legal professionals and making it easier for individuals and businesses to navigate the legal system. This week, we're chatting with Awin Tavakoli, founder and CEO of Tavakoli Advisory, an advisory firm …
 
Australian True Crime is back for 2023, and we begin this year with the story of Andrew Witton. Andrew was a sailor, surfer and adventurer, who disappeared from his yacht in a remote stretch of the Pacific Ocean in 2007. He was sailing with another man at the time, Simon Golding. As far has Andrew's friends and family are concerned, Simon has yet t…
 
Earlier this month Tom Binns, a comedian whom both Chris and Alex know, admitted in court to five counts of "Making" and one count of "possessing" indecent images of children. Whar exactly does "Making" indecent images of children mean? What is the case law surrounding this topic? How has the law developed in recent years? What possible defences ar…
 
Content warning: this episode contains descriptions of racial violence, racial slurs and suicidal feelings. By the time Matthew Collins was 15 years old, he was enthralled by the far-right and had joined the National Front. But after one particularly violent incident in South East London, Collins began passing on his secrets to the other side. Now …
 
Dr. John Demartini is proof that by awakening this inner power, you can achieve more than what you previously thought was possible in your life. At the age of 12, John was told he would never be able to learn to read, write or communicate effectively due to learning difficulties. Undeterred, he was determined to unlock his own genius and find a way…
 
Happy New Year and best wishes for 2023 from the Lawdown Podcast team! We are delighted to kick off our first Lawdown podcast of the year discussing our take on the employment, partnership and other legal issues behind some fresh news stories. In our latest episode of The Lawdown, Partners Beth Hale and Emma Bartlett and Senior Associate Wonu Sanda…
 
The Lawyer Podcast is back for 2023. In the first episode of the year, The Lawyer's editor Catrin Griffiths and litigation editor Christian Smith are joined by deputy editor (City) Rachel Moloney to discuss all the rumours surrounding Hogan Lovells’ merger talks with Shearman & Sterling. We also speak to Hill Dickinson partner Jessica Neary about b…
 
Sally Penni MBE is Talking Law with Chad Doellinger. Chad is the Senior Vice President; Deputy General Counsel, and Chief Operations Officer for CBRE's global legal department. Chad balances his day job with a teaching position at Chicago Law School, alongside life with four children and four dogs. He tells Sally all about his career history and hi…
 
Something a bit different in this episode - Kate speaks to two Uni of York colleagues about imposter syndrome. What is it? Why does it happen? How can you deal with it? What support is out there for you? In Careers we hear a lot of students mentioning impostor syndrome in relation to their studies and career planning. We also hear it from graduates…
 
Welcome to another episode of Obiter Dicta, Bloomsbury Professional’s podcast on all things law and tax with Rachel Sherlock and Grainne McMahon. In the second of a two-part podcast with Senior Counsel and Bloomsbury author Benedict O’Floinn, he discusses his work with the Criminal Assets Bureau and the challenges around that, Ireland’s Witness Pro…
 
E16 The Fifth Court, Dr. Neil Maddox BL and lecturer in law at NUI Maynooth talks about the law around vaccines, vaccinations as well as giving us the history of previous Anti-Vax movements. Our dynamic duo of presenters Mark Tottenham BL and Peter Leonard BL also discuss three cases from the Decisis.ie casebook including; A curious extradition cas…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Dr Andy Cope and Will Hussey from The Art of Brilliance. They talk about how understanding positive psychology is crucial for students and teachers in the current climate and beyond. Schools where children are happy, well and curious is the dream! Check out their work at: https://www.artofbrilliance.co.uk/ Follow u…
 
The legal field is a complex and constantly evolving arena and as such, it is prone to a variety of issues. Addressing these problems will require a concerted effort from legal professionals, policymakers and society as a whole to ensure that the system is fair, just and accessible. Just as how Suzi Hixon founded the impressive Legally Blissed, whi…
 
We're taking a little break over Summer and using this time to spotlight some of our favourite true-crime podcasts. Introducing... Hoaxed, the new series from Alexi Mostrous and Tortoise, who brought you Sweet Bobby. In 2014, two children told police a shocking story: that they were being abused by a Satanic cult; a cult headed by their father and …
 
The internment of Japanese Americans across the U.S. during World War II is not an obvious subject on which to develop a musical, however it is exactly what George Takei, Star Trek legend and social media icon has done. Now in his mid-eighties, Takei brings a show inspired by events from his own childhood to London’s Charing Cross Theatre. Tickets …
 
In this episode, Stephanie Anais is joined by Camilla Uppal, Trainee Solicitor at Shakespeare Martineau’s London Office and fellow TSL Podcast Host(!). During the episode, Camilla provides top tips on how to best prepare for a training contract interview, which include when to begin preparing, how to understanding what law firms are looking for in …
 
Sally Penni MBE is Talking Law with Lord David Pannick KC, a Barrister at Blackstone Chambers who specialises in public law and appellate advocacy. He is also a Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford and a Crossbench Peer in the House of Lords. David talks over his 40 year career and some of his most memorable cases including the case for Gina Miller …
 
In this episode the 3 of us discuss the new AI tool which is trending everywhere ChatGTP, but also AI as a whole and the art of the possible with it for education. Get your tickets for The Uprising on 4th May 2023: uprising.edufuturists.com Sign up for our weekly newsletter: newsletter.edufuturists.com Follow us on Twitter https://www.twitter.com/e…
 
Monday Night Live – Complementary Health Experts Tips About Health and Wellness I restart Monday Night Live with an expert panel on the subject of handling yourself even better in the dark days of January. Everybody’s a bit down; we have the January Blues. So I’m privileged today to have invited four experts on their subjects all linked to positivi…
 
The UK is faced with massive inflation rises and millions of households are struggling to pay basic living costs alongside soaring energy prices. Our panel of activists and experts explore some of the key issues, both social and political, around this Cost of Living Crisis, and discuss what can be done to resolve them. The panel for the livestream …
 
E15 The Fifth Court Ireland's Legal Podcast, presented by Mark Tottenham BL and Peter Leonard BL Three cases from the Decisis.ie casebook - the first regarding a contract and the fallout from Covid. The second, a dispute about contaminated molasses involving Glanbia. The third, an extradition case to Lithuania. The Big Interview is with Ted Harding…
 
We're taking a little break over Summer and using this time to spotlight some of our favourite true-crime podcasts. This week we're showcasing Jack Laurence's podcast, One Minute Remaining. Today's episode is the story of David Talley, the man serving an incredible prison sentence. David, like millions of others around the world, struggled with add…
 
Can you really qualify as a lawyer without having to go down the traditional route? ⁠ Alternative pathways to qualifying as a lawyer are gaining popularity as more people look for ways to enter the legal profession without the traditional route of law school...⁠ ⁠ There are lots of alternative roles such as becoming a paralegal or legal secretary w…
 
In this episode, Camilla Uppal is joined by Scott Brown, Founder and Managing Director of Heriot Brown In-House Recruitment, to share his advice and insights into in-house legal careers, what they involve, the skills required, how to secure an in-house role, and when to reach out to a recruiter. As well as having passion and expertise as an In-Hous…
 
Back in the day when she was best known as Tricia Armstrong in Coronation Street, Tracy Brabin did not shy away from national politics, appearing in Labour campaigns and using her stardom to generate interest in the political project. But it was the tragedy and brutal murder of her friend Jo Cox in Tracy's hometown which catapulted her into the Com…
 
E14 of The Fifth Court presented by Peter Leonard BL and Mark Tottenham BL On this episode the dynamic duo discuss three cases from the Decisis.ie casebook; The first is a medical negligence case involving the use of epilepsy medicine during a pregnancy and this case was about the admission of new evidence. The 2nd case is about the liability of ei…
 
In this episode, we are joined by CEO of the Institute of Imagination. Martin helped launch iTunes Europe from a start-up and ran iTunes’ Pan European business before heading up Disney’s EMEA regional arm managing several major brands and music talent, as well as becoming an award-winning chef for kicks! Find out more about the IOI: https://ioi.lon…
 
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