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Law Pod UK

Law Pod UK

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Law Pod UK

Law Pod UK

Law Pod UK

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Law Pod UK covers developments across all aspects of civil and public law in the United Kingdom. It is brought to you by the barristers at 1 Crown Office Row, and is presented by Rosalind English and Emma-Louise Fenelon.

Latest Episodes

EP 102: BBC Pay Discrimination - Shaheen Rahman QC

In Episode 102 Emma-Louise Fenelon talks to Shaheen Rahman QC about Samira Ahmed’s decisive Employment Tribunal victory against the BBC

17 MIN2 w ago
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EP 102: BBC Pay Discrimination - Shaheen Rahman QC

Ep 101: Should medical claims be done differently?

Medical negligence experts James Badenoch QC (now retired) and David Hart QC of 1 Crown Office Row discuss some of the solutions proposed to the vast expense to the NHS of damages claims in negligence and whether any of these propositions - such as a tariff system run by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board - is feasible.

29 MINJAN 20
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Ep 101: Should medical claims be done differently?

Ep 100: Disaster avoidance for experts - Neil Sheldon QC

Emma-Louise Fenelon talks to Neil Sheldon QC about how to help your expert stay out of trouble in clinical negligence cases

26 MIN2019 DEC 20
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Ep 100: Disaster avoidance for experts - Neil Sheldon QC

Ep 99: Celebrate a Century of Women in Law at Middle Temple

Middle Temple’s exhibition celebrates the centenary of the admission of women to the legal profession. It consists of 25 portraits of women Middle Templars over the last 100 years, including Helen Normanton, the first woman to become a member of an Inn. It is accompanied by a digital exhibition of many more of our distinguished women members. The exhibition curated by Rosalind Wright CB QC, a Bencher of Middle Temple with specially commissioned photography by Chris Christodoulou. The portraits are exhibited in order of Call to the Bar. We were lucky enough to be guided around this fantastic exhibition by the curator, Rosalind Wright CB QC. Listen to Rosalind discuss the first 100 years of women in law with Rosalind English in the latest episode of Law Pod UK. Visit the exhibition, and listen along, to see the women past, present and future who have changed the legal landscape at Middle Temple here (https://middletemple.org.uk/inn-calendar/exhibition-celebrating-century-women-law) ....

15 MIN2019 NOV 25
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Ep 99: Celebrate a Century of Women in Law at Middle Temple

Ep 98: AI: Opportunity or Threat?

There should be a distinction between AI and algorithms being tools for lawyers as opposed to lawyers and laws being the tools for the use of AI. The huge emancipatory opportunities offered by technology could be lost if we don’t get on top of it and allow it to overtake us, as we subject ourselves to all its processes. Rosalind English talks to Emily Foges, CEO of Luminance, an Artificial Intelligence programme for the legal profession, about the practical applications of algorithms to the law. How can we avail ourselves of the codes before the codes manage us?

17 MIN2019 NOV 18
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Ep 98: AI: Opportunity or Threat?

Ep 97: South African Constitutional Court: Human rights in a troubled country

Rosalind English talks to Kate O’Regan, who was appointed to the South African Constitutional Court at the dawn of the full franchise in 1994. Kate was one of the youngest appointees to a court with a profoundly important task, to apply the newly drafted Bill of Rights to a deeply divided society. Even with the demise of apartheid, conflicts persist: between African customary law and law imported from the country’s colonial masters,Britain and Holland; the cultural differences in the perception of the rights of women, and the uphill task of the courts to ensure the safety of citizens of the new South Africa from random violence on public transport.

24 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Ep 97: South African Constitutional Court: Human rights in a troubled country

Ep 96: What is a ‘mother’, in law?

The most senior family judge in England and Wales has ruled that a transgender man who gave birth with the help of fertility cannot be registered as his child's father. This is first case of its kind, and Rosalind English discusses the decision with Charlotte Gilmartin, who points out that the ruling endorses a tension between legal parentage and social/psychological parentage in transgender cases.

20 MIN2019 OCT 7
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Ep 96: What is a ‘mother’, in law?

Ep 95: A Rogue Prorogation

Emma-Louise Fenelon talks to Jo Moore and Jon Metzer from 1 Crown Office Row about the UK Supreme Court decision in R (Miller) v The Prime Minister and Cherry & Ors v Advocate General for Scotland.

23 MIN2019 SEP 27
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Ep 95: A Rogue Prorogation

Ep 94: Brexit - The Supreme Court Judgement

In this episode Catherine Barnard discusses the Supreme Court Judgment on the "unlawful" prorogation of Parliament.

12 MIN2019 SEP 26
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Ep 94: Brexit - The Supreme Court Judgement

Ep 93: Taxation and Human Rights

Emma-Louise Fenelon talks to Isabel McArdle about some of the ways in which taxation and human rights overlap.

22 MIN2019 SEP 23
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Ep 93: Taxation and Human Rights

Latest Episodes

EP 102: BBC Pay Discrimination - Shaheen Rahman QC

In Episode 102 Emma-Louise Fenelon talks to Shaheen Rahman QC about Samira Ahmed’s decisive Employment Tribunal victory against the BBC

17 MIN2 w ago
Comments
EP 102: BBC Pay Discrimination - Shaheen Rahman QC

Ep 101: Should medical claims be done differently?

Medical negligence experts James Badenoch QC (now retired) and David Hart QC of 1 Crown Office Row discuss some of the solutions proposed to the vast expense to the NHS of damages claims in negligence and whether any of these propositions - such as a tariff system run by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board - is feasible.

29 MINJAN 20
Comments
Ep 101: Should medical claims be done differently?

Ep 100: Disaster avoidance for experts - Neil Sheldon QC

Emma-Louise Fenelon talks to Neil Sheldon QC about how to help your expert stay out of trouble in clinical negligence cases

26 MIN2019 DEC 20
Comments
Ep 100: Disaster avoidance for experts - Neil Sheldon QC

Ep 99: Celebrate a Century of Women in Law at Middle Temple

Middle Temple’s exhibition celebrates the centenary of the admission of women to the legal profession. It consists of 25 portraits of women Middle Templars over the last 100 years, including Helen Normanton, the first woman to become a member of an Inn. It is accompanied by a digital exhibition of many more of our distinguished women members. The exhibition curated by Rosalind Wright CB QC, a Bencher of Middle Temple with specially commissioned photography by Chris Christodoulou. The portraits are exhibited in order of Call to the Bar. We were lucky enough to be guided around this fantastic exhibition by the curator, Rosalind Wright CB QC. Listen to Rosalind discuss the first 100 years of women in law with Rosalind English in the latest episode of Law Pod UK. Visit the exhibition, and listen along, to see the women past, present and future who have changed the legal landscape at Middle Temple here (https://middletemple.org.uk/inn-calendar/exhibition-celebrating-century-women-law) ....

15 MIN2019 NOV 25
Comments
Ep 99: Celebrate a Century of Women in Law at Middle Temple

Ep 98: AI: Opportunity or Threat?

There should be a distinction between AI and algorithms being tools for lawyers as opposed to lawyers and laws being the tools for the use of AI. The huge emancipatory opportunities offered by technology could be lost if we don’t get on top of it and allow it to overtake us, as we subject ourselves to all its processes. Rosalind English talks to Emily Foges, CEO of Luminance, an Artificial Intelligence programme for the legal profession, about the practical applications of algorithms to the law. How can we avail ourselves of the codes before the codes manage us?

17 MIN2019 NOV 18
Comments
Ep 98: AI: Opportunity or Threat?

Ep 97: South African Constitutional Court: Human rights in a troubled country

Rosalind English talks to Kate O’Regan, who was appointed to the South African Constitutional Court at the dawn of the full franchise in 1994. Kate was one of the youngest appointees to a court with a profoundly important task, to apply the newly drafted Bill of Rights to a deeply divided society. Even with the demise of apartheid, conflicts persist: between African customary law and law imported from the country’s colonial masters,Britain and Holland; the cultural differences in the perception of the rights of women, and the uphill task of the courts to ensure the safety of citizens of the new South Africa from random violence on public transport.

24 MIN2019 NOV 4
Comments
Ep 97: South African Constitutional Court: Human rights in a troubled country

Ep 96: What is a ‘mother’, in law?

The most senior family judge in England and Wales has ruled that a transgender man who gave birth with the help of fertility cannot be registered as his child's father. This is first case of its kind, and Rosalind English discusses the decision with Charlotte Gilmartin, who points out that the ruling endorses a tension between legal parentage and social/psychological parentage in transgender cases.

20 MIN2019 OCT 7
Comments
Ep 96: What is a ‘mother’, in law?

Ep 95: A Rogue Prorogation

Emma-Louise Fenelon talks to Jo Moore and Jon Metzer from 1 Crown Office Row about the UK Supreme Court decision in R (Miller) v The Prime Minister and Cherry & Ors v Advocate General for Scotland.

23 MIN2019 SEP 27
Comments
Ep 95: A Rogue Prorogation

Ep 94: Brexit - The Supreme Court Judgement

In this episode Catherine Barnard discusses the Supreme Court Judgment on the "unlawful" prorogation of Parliament.

12 MIN2019 SEP 26
Comments
Ep 94: Brexit - The Supreme Court Judgement

Ep 93: Taxation and Human Rights

Emma-Louise Fenelon talks to Isabel McArdle about some of the ways in which taxation and human rights overlap.

22 MIN2019 SEP 23
Comments
Ep 93: Taxation and Human Rights
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