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Not every lawyer defines success in the same way. The Leveraging Latitude podcast explores the various paths to cultivating a rich and fulfilling life in the law. Through conversations with leading lawyers and thought leaders from across the legal industry, Latitude’s Candice Reed and Tim Haley discuss best practices and personal stories relating to lawyers’ professional development, the evolving business of law, legal department and law firm leadership, and attorney wellbeing. Join them on ...
 
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Benjamin Zephaniah was the author of the first poetry collection I ever owned. For many of us, he was the chronicler of our youth: a novelist and poet who made language exciting and funny and told stories full of action and hilarity. I was so excited to get to speak to him for today's episode, and he didn't let me down. We talk about his failure as…
 
TW // eating disorders I'm biased but oh my goodness, I love this guest and this episode SO much. Ahead of Refugee Week, which runs 20-26th June, it is my honour to welcome the poet Warsan Shire to the podcast. Warsan was born in Kenya to Somali parents. She migrated with her family to the UK at the age of one and her powerful poem Home - which ope…
 
Join me as I interview Tanner Ray Rook, who plays Bo on the Wilds, and Reed Shannon, who plays his best friend Scotty. We discuss bromances, toxic masculinity, Australians and more!Tanner Ray Rook is an American actor best known for the role of “Bo” in Amazon Prime’s The Wilds. Tanner was born in Lynnwood Washington on August 13th 1999, he began ac…
 
Look, anyone who knows me knows of my love for reality TV. And anyone who knows anything about reality TV realises that when you get the chance to interview a bona fide Real Housewife, you jump at it. Which is why today's special bonus episode is with Caroline Stanbury. Now, if you're not versed in your Bravo TV herstory or your pre-Selling Sunset …
 
My sound engineer Chris is a lovely man, but he is not easily impressed. After an interview, if Chris says 'yeah, that was good' I know I've struck GOLD. Today's episode garnered TWO SEPARATE 'yeah that was good'(s) from Chris which is why I know it's a very special one. And of course it would be, because my guest is the truly wonderful Michael Ros…
 
Natasha Brown is the author behind one of my favourite novels of recent years. Assembly runs to 100-pages and has already been compared to Virginia Woolf's Mrs Dalloway. It was shortlisted for both the Folio and the Goldsmiths Prize, as well as being named the Foyles Bookshop Book of the Year. It tells the story of an unnamed Black British woman wo…
 
Listen to my conversation with Reed Shannon about his role of Scotty on Amazon Prime's The Wilds. What does he think about Scotty? Is he a typical theater kid? Let's find out!Reed LoRenzo Shannon, aka Reed Lorenzo and Reed Shannon made his debut on the silver screen in the 2019 feature film ~Canal Street~, cast in the role of "Joe". Reed is "Singin…
 
Todays' guest is Jarvis Cocker: musician, writer, broadcaster. He was the frontman of Pulp, one of the most successful 90s Britpop groups whose hit, Common People, turned Jarvis into a star at the age of 32. He joins me to talk about the vagaries of fame, his failures in acting and academia, abandonment by his father, being raised by a household of…
 
Ugh. Today's guest is just SO GOOD. Minnie Driver, actress, musician and writer, was nominated for an Academy Award for Good Will Hunting and later starred in TV shows such as Will & Grace and Starstruck. Her (brilliant) debut book is called Managing Expectations and is described as a ‘tell-most memoir’. In her own words, it’s about how things not …
 
We're back, baby! And I thought I'd open this new season with a bona fide SUPERHERO. Because that's just how we roll. My guest today is Simu Liu - the first Asian superhero in the Marvel cinematic universe and the star of the 2019 movie Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. He also appeared in season 4 of Selling Sunset, where Chrishell tried …
 
Special guest Michelle Browning Coughlin, Founder and President of MothersEsquire®, joins Candice and Tim in examining systemic gender biases in the legal profession and how they hurt both men and women. Michelle sheds light on “the motherhood penalty” across professions and suggests big and small pragmatic changes that legal institutions and emplo…
 
Today Dr. Amy Marschall and I had a non-linear conversation which included ADHD myths and being Gifted AND Talented. Also the Nazis used technology that led to the invention of the Smartphone, which is terrifying. We talked about cancel culture and learning instead of giving up in ignorance. Dr. Marschall has been in practice since 2016 and works i…
 
TW: This is an episode in which we talk about violence, loss and grief. This bonus episode is one of the most special, moving encounters I've ever had while doing this podcast. It was prompted by an incredible book I read while I was away over Christmas - a book unlike any other. But to explain how it came about, I need to take you back a few years…
 
December Rose is an award-winning Canadian singer and the Hollywood Music In Media Award Winner 2022 (Adult Contemporary). She's been working as a professional singer in the music industry for over 15 years. December is also a vocal coach and founder of @decemberrosestudios. On this episode, we talk about the intersection between music and mental h…
 
Michael Kasdan is a lawyer and mental health advocate who has started a new movement: Lawyering While Human. Combining his activism and legal career, Kasdan is questioning the mental health of attorneys and wants to make a difference. After taking a seven month leave of absence from work due to debilitating depression, Kasdan wants to make a differ…
 
So many people have requested this guest and now I'm beyond thrilled to oblige! Yes, that's right it's author Candice Carty-Williams whose first novel, Queenie, became a publishing sensation. Queenie won the 2019 Book of the Year at the British Book Awards making Carty-Williams the first Black author to do so. Now, her second novel People Person is…
 
Yes, it's the one and only Top Boy himself: Ashley Walters. As Dushane, the East London drug kingpin in Netflix's hit show Top Boy, Walters is our favourite kind of antihero - and it’s a role he’s about to reprise for the fourth series. He joins me to talk about his own upbringing in Peckham, South London, an only child raised on a council estate b…
 
Gerrick Kennedy is a music journalist and the author of Didn’t We Almost Have It All: In Defense of Whitney Houston. In this episode, we discuss the challenges Houston faced as a black woman in the music industry. His writing has appeared in Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, GQ, Wall Street Journal Magazine, Men’s Health, Variety, NPR Music, Billboard, S…
 
Matt Snow and Meredith Erin are the co-founders of Boredwalk, a subversive dark humor lifestyle brand based out of LA.Boredwalk is artist-owned and operated and has apparel for men, women, and kids. The products are designed and hand printed in the Los Angeles area headquarters using eco-friendly water-based inks.In this episode we discuss the gene…
 
Lawyers are the last ones to give themselves permission to step back and think, “Am I happy, should I do something else?” We often are tasked with solving everyone else’s problems, but are reluctant to ask ourselves if what we’re doing is helping us meet our own career goals or priorities. Cynthia Moon and Joan Blackwell, Directors of Legal Recruit…
 
Candice Kilpatrick Brathwaite came from Alabama to NYC and never looked back. In her former internet life she was Mom Most Traveled. Candice wrote about her journey living in Laos and beyond. She's a New York City-based master of media with many years of experience in digital marketing, digital strategy, influencer marketing, social media strategy,…
 
Yes, it's the SEASON FINALE so you bet I'm going to use CapsLock. And for our final episode of Season 13, I speak to the cooking legend that is Delia Smith. But if you're expecting a chat about her failure to poach an egg in 1986, you're very much mistaken. Because, at 80, Delia has just written a new book about the meaning of life. Called You Matt…
 
Rangan Chatterjee is one of the most influential doctors in the UK and has pioneered a different kind of approach in healing the sick. He believes almost everyone has the ability to transform their health and their happiness through making small, sustainable everyday changes. It shouldn't be revolutionary - but it is. And it's a message he's taken …
 
I'm so excited about today's guest. Self Esteem has been providing me with my preferred soundtrack for life, the universe and just about everything since the release of her BRILLIANT second album, Prioritise Pleasure, last year. I'm not the only one who's obsessed - it was the Guardian's album of the year and earned her a Brit Award nomination. If …
 
Munya Chawawa is the comedian who repeatedly went viral during the pandemic thanks to his hilarious social media videos. His parody of the Shaggy song, It Wasn’t Me, in which he satirised the former health secretary Matt Hancock’s extra-marital dalliance, has been viewed over a million times on YouTube. He's also a presenter on the Channel 4 show C…
 
TW // eating disorders and discussion of racist experiences Oh be still my beating heart, because today's episode is with one of my favourite people on this planet! She is Andi Oliver, TV presenter extraordinaire, beloved cook and restauranteur, and my sister from another mister. On screen, you will see her presenting Great British Menu, the Sky Ar…
 
*TW // brief mention of childhood abuse* Alan Cumming is a highly acclaimed actor on both stage and screen. He's played everything from Hamlet to a James Bond villain - and, of course, the political spinmeister Eli Gold on seven seasons of The Good Wife. His latest memoir, Baggage, was published last year and was described as 'wonderful, witty and …
 
Today's guest is Steven Bartlett: millionaire by 25, Sunday Times bestseller by 28, the youngest ever Dragon on Dragon's Den by 29. He's also the host of The Diary of a CEO podcast, which recently reached the number one slot on both Apple Podcasts and Spotify. And all this before his 30th birthday. Honestly, I'd have to hate him if I didn't think h…
 
We’re back for a brand new season and PINCH ME BECAUSE I TRULY CAN’T BELIEVE I’M WRITING THIS but… Our first guest of 2022 is… The one, the only… Brené Brown. I’m a huge admirer of Brené’s work, much of which laid the groundwork for the formation of this podcast. She has spent the past two decades researching and changing the global conversation ar…
 
All eyes will be on Indianapolis as the College Football Playoff National Championship Game is scheduled for Jan. 10, at Lucas Oil Stadium. On this Leveraging Latitude episode, Tim Haley talks to Kobi Wright, Chief Legal Officer & Business Operations Director for the Capital Improvements Board of Managers (CIB), and Eric Neuburger, Attorney & Stadi…
 
This one comes to you straight from my heart. Clemmie Burton-Hill is one of my closest friends. She is also one of the most accomplished and brilliant people I know - a gifted violinist, a wonderful author, a talented actor, a peerless broadcaster, a fantastic mother, a wildly loyal friend. But in January 2020, her life changed forever. Clemmie suf…
 
With love from me to you on Christmas Day. This might not be the Christmas you expected or wanted or felt like you deserved but you're not alone. Here's to another day passing, and to the next day being full of possibility. -- Whatever you're going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. They are there 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Call 116 …
 
Oh what a truly lovely bonus episode I have for you today! I'm so delighted that I get to welcome the one and only Holly Willoughby onto the podcast. As the co-presenter of ITV's This Morning, she is a combination of daytime TV icon, national best friend and highly infectious giggler (if you need a boost, just YouTube this). But she's also now a BE…
 
For the final episode of this season of How To Fail, I bring you the author of one of my favourite books of recent years. She is Meg Mason and her novel, Sorrow & Bliss, was the novel of the summer, lauded by everyone from Ann Patchett to Gillian Anderson via Olivia Wilde who was pictured reading it while on a yacht on holiday with Harry Styles. Tr…
 
On this episode Brett Newski came to hang out with me and talk about his new book "It's Hard to Be a Person." Anxiety doesn't have to be all bad! Newski been featured on Rolling Stone, NPR, American Songwriter, SiriusXM, Boston Globe, and Billboard. He continues to tour over 100 dates per year. He's also the host of the popular podcast, Dirt from t…
 
Well this one was quite intimidating, to be honest. My guest this week is Baroness Hale of Richmond, one of this country's finest legal minds. She was the first woman President of the supreme court, the youngest and first female commissioner to be appointed to the Law Commission and has been dubbed the Beyoncé of the legal world owing to her popula…
 
Candice Reed talks to Brad Blickstein about the trends in Legal Ops over the past 13 years and his 14th Annual Law Department Operations Survey – open to Legal Operations professionals right now. Eligible professionals should participate, and by participating can learn what the Legal Futurist is learning about the growing role of Legal Ops in the m…
 
On this episode, Dawn Fitch discusses her wellness brand, a female black-owned business called Pooka Pure and Simple. She also dives into being diagnosed with MS, and how that changed her life. She learned to be her own health advocate and embrace holistic healingDawn Fitch is a Health Advocate, Speaker, Author, and Founder/CEO of award-winning bat…
 
Today, I welcome the inimitable Stanley Tucci. His talents are legion: he's an Academy Award nominated actor whose credits include everything from The Devil Wears Prada to The Hunger Games and Julie & Julia. He's also a notable foodie, and the presenter of the Emmy-award-winning Searching for Italy and a beautiful memoir, Taste: My Life Through Foo…
 
Amanda Jetté Knox is the #1 best-selling author of Love Lives Here A Story of Thriving in a Transgender Family. Listen as we ADHD-out and talk about what it was like when her wife Zoe and daughter Alexis came out as trans. Follow Amanda on Twitter @MavenOfMayhemhttps://www.amandajetteknox.comBy Sarah Fader
 
I had the honor of interviewing Jillian Peterson PhD & James Densley, PhD about their book The Violence Project - How to stop a mass shooting epidemic. An examination of the phenomenon of mass shootings in America and an urgent call to implement evidence-based strategies to stop these tragedies. Follow the project on Twitter @theviolenceproGet The …
 
[TW: eating disorders] Oh but how I *love* today's guest. Ruby Tandoh is the former Great British Bake Off contestant who went on to write cookery books, a manifesto for eating what you want (Eat Up), a column for the Guardian and pieces for the New Yorker, among other prestigious publications. Her new book, published next month, is called Cook As …
 
Today my guest is the excellent Phil Wang, stand-up comedian and soon-to-be published author. As a comic, Wang has appeared on a host of comedy panel shows including Would I Lie To You? and 8 out of 10 Cats. During the pandemic, he became the first UK comedian to tape and release a Netflix special at a sold-out London Palladium. His new memoir, Sid…
 
David Bodanis is the author of The Art of Fairness - The Power of Decency in a World Turned Mean. The idea that "nice guys finish last" is not exactly true. You can be a good person and rise to the top. Get the book on Amazon and learn more. https://www.amazon.com/Art-Fairness-Power-Decency-Turned-ebook/dp/B085PW2Z3N…
 
Anna Vocino and I discuss how she got diagnosed with Celiac and learning to eat gluten-free! She even makes her own pasta sauce. Check her out here: https://annavocino.com/Anna Vocino is a voice over talent and stand up comic who also happens to be a Celiac who writes cookbooks. She co-hosts the “Fitness Confidential” podcast with Vinnie Tortorich.…
 
Dame Jacqueline Wilson is the beloved children’s author of over 100 books and the creator of one of the most memorable characters of all time: Tracy Beaker. But it wasn’t until her 40s that Jacqueline became a bestseller. Now, at 75, she remains as indefatigable as ever. Her latest book, The Primrose Railway Children, a reimagining of E. Nesbit’s c…
 
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