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The Safety and Risk Success Podcast is hosted by Christian Harris, the UK's leading authority on slip safety. Christian is passionate about the maxim: "proactive safety and risk management powers business performance". Christian interviews leading figures in the fields of safety and risk to share stories, insights and raise awareness of the benefits of getting risk right. #safety #insurance #riskmanagement
 
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Mr Fuji

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Mr Fuji

Verbally Media

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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.
 
We all have questions about the money we earn, how we spend it and the best ways to approach investing it now and for our future. Having an extensive network of professional finance voices with honest, credible opinions has allowed Money Magazine to become Australia’s longest-running and most-read personal finance magazine, presenting easy to understand financial news, advice and reviews for its audience. Money's Senior writer, Tom Watson, and Editor-in-Chief, Michelle Baltazar, chat weekly ...
 
Welcome to CM Murray LLP's The Lawdown. Every fortnight we aim to bring 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.
 
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 ...
 
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The Kempcast

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The Kempcast

Ross Kemp / The Chancer Collective

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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. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hey Beautiful People, I'm Savia Rocks, I'm a Professional Photographer, Writer, Presenter & your "Host" On the "Us People Podcast". I wanted to bring a platform of creative & unique individuals to discuss their passion, creativity, individuality, who they really are as a person and business success through conversation. I get to ask people questions that they don’t normally get asked which leaves each of us wondering, what if I got asked those questions, what would I say and how would I feel ...
 
Top UK family lawyer, Karin Walker, teams up with Dr Supriya McKenna to tackle head on the issues that occur when one is divorcing a narcissistic personality type. With legal tips, advice for lawyers and more, this podcast is invaluable for anyone who suspects their spouse or partner might be narcissistic, as well for family lawyers, wishing to be able to better represent their clients. Its groundbreaking content will even be useful for family court judges, who see narcissistic individuals a ...
 
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.
 
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 the entrepreneurial Rob Hanna, an expert in legal careers and content creation. Rob Hanna is a CEO & Founder across a va ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
A new Podcast bought to you by members of Essex Court Chambers. The podcast will bring you global legal updates, news and discussion with the very best legal minds. In this first series each week we will bring you an episode discussing some of the most legally important cases from the last decade. A total of 10 episodes covering cases from the last 10 years. Hosted by Stephen Houseman QC who will be joined by two colleagues from Essex Court Chambers. Together they will talk about the piece o ...
 
A weekly conversation about politics and current events, international affairs, history, art, books, and the natural world, to illuminate the issues faced by society and explore them in new ways – presented by Amy Mullins. The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion
 
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Kids Law

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Kids Law

Alma-Constance Denis-Smith and Lucinda Acland

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This is a podcast about children and the laws that affect them as they grow up. Alma-Constance, a 10 year old girl living in England, UK, discovered that when she turned 10 she would have reached the age of criminal responsibility. This is one of the youngest ages of criminalising children in the developed world. That was a pretty shocking discovery for her especially as she realised that she and her peers knew nothing about what this meant in practice and how it can affected children and th ...
 
A big warm welcome to the award-winning podcast, Get Legally Speaking, the UK's No.1 consumer legal podcast bringing you jargon free legal knowledge to empower you every-day! Do not miss out on listening to over 130 episodes, giving you hot tips and tons of free information on a variety of topics, in plain and simple English. Our topics will help you understand and navigate everyday life, covering everything from divorce, children disputes, employee and employer rights, if you are a tenant o ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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
 
The BBC Legal team takes a fresh look at the legal profession and how you can become a lawyer. We meet some amazing people who we think will inspire you whether you’re considering a career in law, taking the first steps or working your way up and looking for guidance about what to do next. This is Not All Lawyers Have Law Degrees… plus lots of other useful things we’ve found out about becoming a lawyer and the people that do. Find us on Instagram @notalllawyerspod UPDATE for 2022 we're takin ...
 
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Today’s Guest Matthew Snarr has been a barrister for over 20 years and specialises in personal injury cases both for defendants and claimants, predominantly working in large catastrophic cases. Matthew joins us to talk about why some cases go to court, what happens if you end up at court, and how cases are won and lost. We also discuss what it’s li…
 
An unusual episode of Full Disclosure: one in which the identity of our guest is not revealed. No name, no gender, no details about where they grew up or went to school. The Secret Barrister is a criminal lawyer, best-selling author and Twitter stalwart. Their latest book, Nothing but the Truth attempts to establish why the public at large thinks w…
 
In this episode of the Us People Podcast. Karlia Lykourgou - Barrister at Doughty Street Chambers - Founder of Ivy & Normanton and I have a fulfilling conversation when we talk about: Being from North London and her family background being Greek, her mother's parents came over in the '60s Mother being born in London and her father being born in Gre…
 
Becoming a lawyer is not an easy path to follow, but does being a migrant and a woman add to the complexity of getting to the bar? This week we continue with our career profile series as Money's Julia Newbould, chats with Barrister Carolina Soto about her journey to reach the bench. There's a difference between a Lawyer and a Barrister Seeking out …
 
Kristie Barton, Gilbert + Tobin’s Early Talent Manager explains that despite their high performing and ambitious lawyers, their firm culture is of relaxed intensity compared to other top tier firms, down to earth, and informal. Recent Gilbert + Tobin clerks Karla Jeffrey and Harry Kennewell give their top tips to succeeding in a clerkship. LISTEN H…
 
He’s known mostly to his younger fans for playing Ben Harper in the decade-long running sitcom, My Family and to an older audience as the eponymous Marxist in Citizen Smith. In this episode of Full Disclosure James is joined by the BAFTA and Olivier award-winning actor Robert Lindsay who discusses moving from humble beginnings in the Derbyshire ind…
 
Thao Le, McCullough Robertson’s Human Resources Manager, details the firm’s down to earth, friendly, welcoming, and collegiate culture, explaining that partners are approachable and generous with their time. Plus recent clerks Georgia Kirschberg and Peta Banbas explain their clerkship experiences. Georgia is now a Corporate Lawyer based in Brisbane…
 
Are you paying too much for services and utilities? Is your budget stressing you out? If so, then it's time to life admin hack your life! This week on the Friends with money podcast, Life Admin Hacks Author and Podcaster, Mia Northrop, joins Money's Editor-in-Chief, Michelle Baltazar, to chat about the strategy of comparison shopping & reducing str…
 
In this episode of the Us People Podcast. Fanny Hill Scott – Music Journalist – Editor – Author and Music Punchlines Enthusiastic and I have a heart to heart conversation when we talk about: Fanny having to leave london to come achieve her dream Fanny's mother being a single mother and how proud Fanny is of her mother's strength Music and why she l…
 
Episode 5 is a follow up from Episode 4 where we discuss where to get funds. For Episode 5 we talk about a lot of people's fears in terms of how much money do they need to have in order to start investing. We talk about potential sources and where to get them, and how much you need to get started. Please like, share our videos to as many friends an…
 
Excellence in Advocacy – An Interview with Sarit Batner Sarit Batner (McCarthy Tetrault LLP) is the 2020 recipient of the Douglas K. Laidlaw Medal for Excellence in Advocacy. In this episode of Friends Who Argue, Chloe Snider (Dentons Canada LLP) interviews Sarit Batner about what makes for excellent oral advocacy, whether oral advocacy is still im…
 
The debt collections industry was worth $18.6 billion dollars in 2021 in the USA, and one of the most shocking statistics, is that approximately 28% of Americans have at least one debt in collections. One thing is clear; debt collection is a BIG business, but what is even a BIGGER issue, is abusive and unlawful debt collectors. In this episode, Hat…
 
This week on the Legally Speaking Podcast, our host Robert Hanna welcomes Christoph Mlinarchik to the show! Christoph is a former US federal contracting officer, former director of GovCon for a US defence contractor and is a qualified expert witness. Christoph is also an attorney, consultant and instructor. He has a wealth of experience negotiating…
 
Kajol, Allens’ Early Careers Advisor defines their culture as inclusive and respectful diverse perspectives helping solve complex problems. Allens is looking for curious, motivated candidates with soft, transferable skills suitable for a lawyer. Plus, listen to the experiences and tips of recent Allens Clerks, Zahra and Fahid. LISTEN HERE and explo…
 
Jeffrey Zhao went from not passing the written application stage to scoring 11 clerkship interviews the year after, and created ClerkshipReady to help students prepare throughout the application process with the skills he had learnt. In this episode we go through the written application including what makes a great resume and cover letter, how to r…
 
After a forced hiatus on the concert circuit, getting back on the road is a sweet inspiration for this iconic superstar. This week on the Friends with Money podcast, Money's editor-in-chief Michelle Baltazar chats with singer-songwriter and self-made entrepreneur Kate Ceberano about surviving lockdown, the business of getting back on the road and h…
 
Dr Richard Denniss, chief economist at The Australia Institute joins Amy for the final instalment of Uncommon Sense's federal election policy series – this time, on the economy. Richard debunks all the election econobabble on wages growth, productivity, inflation, and much more. He explains and evaluates the economic policies of the major and minor…
 
Enjoying Retironaryo so far? Well you are in for a treat. In this episode Jarvis and Mimi discuss the very common but important question of "where can I get money for investment" or in Filipino, "Saan ako Kukuha ng Pera na pang-invest?". Jarvis and Mimi help explore where you can find sources for funds to start your investment journey. Samu't Sari:…
 
This week on the Legally Speaking Podcast, our host Robert Hanna chats with the very experienced and fascinating Lawrence Power! Lawrence is a Barrister and was called to the Middle Temple in 1995. Since being called, Lawrence has built a large high profile practice and has been the Head of Chambers for over 15 years at Whitestone Chambers in Londo…
 
Today’s Guest Jacqui Mann is an HR expert, author, coach, and Founder of J Mann Associates, where she works with business owners to build a strong foundation on rock-solid employment law, helping them create a structure within the workplace that empowers staff and makes the company a desirable place to work. Jacqui joins us to discuss why HR is so …
 
Irish comedian Ed Byrne was born in County Dublin and attended a school run by the Christian Brothers Catholic order. It was so badly managed that he had to leave. After one year away, he was back again, finding the local alternative even worse. Whilst not admitting it at the time, Byrne felt that comedy was always his calling. Tickets for his late…
 
In this episode, author Stephen Hunt chats with Money's Editor-in-Chief, Michelle Baltazar, about how he turned a 100-dollar backyard bar into a 100 million dollar pub empire. We chat about - What are some of the key ingredients needed to build a business? How to speak lawyer What was your first investment? What's a pub fund? A bit of the Irish luc…
 
Former judge Stephen Charles AO QC and Dr Catherine Williams discuss what a robust and effective federal integrity commission looks like, as well as other accountability bodies and measures needed to protect our democracy from corruption. These include reforms to our political donations system, among many others. Their new book is called, Keeping T…
 
Richie Merzian, Director of the Climate and Energy Program at The Australia Institute joins Amy for part 3 of the Uncommon Sense election policy series – climate change. Richie looks at Australia's current climate targets and tells us what targets and policies are needed to keep global temperature increases to 1.5 degrees celsius or at the very wor…
 
In this episode of the Us People Podcast. Clarissa Burt – Award Winning Actress - Entrepreneur - TV - Video Producer - Public Speaker - Author & Writer and I have a fulfilling conversation when we talk about: Being brought up in Philadelphia and watching the women around her, who inspired her. Being a model all over the world, and seeing all the is…
 
Do you have a savings account? How much money do you have there and how do you make your money grow? In this episode, Jarvis and Mimi talk about the pros and cons of your savings account. Is it good or bad to have a savings account? And how do you maximize the use of your savings account. Curious? Tune in to this episode! Retironaryo is being hoste…
 
In this episode, Alma- Constance and Lucinda talk to Sarah Forshaw QC, an experienced specialist criminal barrister who is the co-head of chambers at 5 King's Bench Walk in London, about the law relating to children and gangs. She explains: Why some children and young people want to join a street gang and what can happen if they get caught up in cr…
 
Ever wondered what is covered by a car warranty? Do used cars bought from dealerships, automatically come with warranty? What should you look out for in a car warranty, and what can you do if you are in a dispute with your car warranty provider? Do not miss out and listen to this jargon busting and informative episode, in which Hatti speaks special…
 
This week on the Legally Speaking Podcast, our host Robert Hanna welcomes Trainee Solicitor, Troy Atkin... or The Weightlifting Lawyer as you may know him! Troy is currently in the first seat of his Training Contract and is based in the Commercial Department in the Portsmouth office of Biscoes Solicitors. Troy is due to qualify in March 2023. Along…
 
Today’s Guest Ian Cooke is the Head of Corporate & Consumer services at NEBOSH, and has an extensive background in health and safety, education, risk management, and finance. Ian joins us to discuss health and safety training, how it’s been done in the past, and how’s it changed over recent years. We also talk about the future of training, includin…
 
The full program of the 2022 Omaha Bar Association Law Day Lunch. Speakers include:-Hon. Stephanie Hansen, OBA President-Doug Law, Law Day Committee Co-Chair-Andria Bell, Nebraska Paralegal Association-Dave Sommers, Omaha Bar Association-Steve Sieberson, Creighton School of Law-J. Scott Paul, McGrath North-Jennifer Petersen, OBA Past President-Deb …
 
Hoards of men would troop past Andy Hamilton's window every Saturday on the street he grew up on in Fulham. Minutes away from Stamford Bridge, and despite being by his own admission a 'sickly child', he was eventually allowed to attend a Chelsea game at the age of 5. Best known as a comedian and game show panelist, Hamilton also co-wrote the much-l…
 
Have trouble telling the difference between a credit score and a credit report? In this week’s episode of the Friends with Money podcast Money's Tom Watson is joined by credit reporting expert Geri Cremin to bust some myths about the world of credit. In today’s episode we get into: Why are credit reports and scores important? What does a good credi…
 
Journalist and author Louisa Lim discusses her new book, Indelible City: Dispossession and Defiance in Hong Kong. Among many things, Louisa explores the 2019 protest movement in Hong Kong and the rising number of speech crime convictions under the harsh national security law. She also unearths the stories behind key historical moments and seeks to …
 
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