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LAWYERED is a bi-weekly, independent podcast show that takes a critical look on Canadian legal issues.Each episode features a conversation with a different legal professional who will provide their insight on recent developments in the law.

Latest Episodes

BONUS PREVIEW: Finding Purpose in Public Sector Work

In our latest bonus episode of Lawyered Unplugged, we speak with Susheel Gupta. Susheel is a Canadian lawyer whose incredible story (stemming from a tragic murder) spurred him to serve in numerous impressive roles in the federal public sector, including as: a federal prosecutor, a Vice-Chair of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, and an RCMP advisor in the Counter-Terrorism & National Security group. This episode features a candid look at life at various levels of the public sector and includes career tips for lawyers at all levels of call. NOTE: While the episode preview above is available for everyone, the full 1-hour version of this bonus episode is available exclusively for members of the Lawyered Patreon community. If you want to hear all of our bonus episodes (and unlock more bonus content), check out our Patreon page HERE! In the full 1-hour episode, you'll hear Susheel tackle a number of topics, including: What are some strategies for lawyers that are hoping to enter the public service (as a new call, as a mid-year call or as a senior lawyer)? What paths are available for lawyers (and non-lawyers) that want to pursue a role as a judge or adjudicator? What practical legal tips can lawyers learn from a lawyer-turned-adjudicator? What strategies are available when aclient (or government) mandate misaligns with a public sector employee's personal views? How can lawyers navigate the ethical issues that impact their day-to-day work? What should lawyers consider if they seek to pivot into a non-legal career?

29 minOCT 28
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BONUS PREVIEW: Finding Purpose in Public Sector Work

Ask-Me-Anything: Race and the Law

In our Ask-Me-Anything Segment with minority rights advocate, Joshua Sealy-Harrington, we discuss the listener-submitted questions regarding race and the law: What can lawyers do to mitigate the over-policing of racial minorities? How can senior management address systemic inequalities in the workplace? How can law schools become more accessible to persons of different backgrounds? What are the impacts of cancel culture on due process? What can racialized minorities do to address a lack of awareness of systems of inequality in the workplace? As culture becomes better at identifying subtler forms of racism, how does the law keep up?

24 minAUG 19
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Ask-Me-Anything: Race and the Law

Police Carding and the "Reasonable Person”

In part three of our interview with minority rights advocate, Joshua Sealy-Harrington, we discuss the SCC decision of R. v. Le, regarding the controversial police practice of carding

12 minAUG 19
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Police Carding and the "Reasonable Person”

Diversity in the Law Society of Ontario: SOP and Beyond

In part two of our interview with minority rights advocate, Joshua Sealy-Harrington, we dissect the debate regarding the (now-repealed) Statement of Principles in the Law Society of Ontario, and reflect on diversity in the profession

13 minAUG 19
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Diversity in the Law Society of Ontario: SOP and Beyond

Critical Race Theory 101

In part one of our interview with minority rights advocate, Joshua Sealy-Harrington, we unpack the principles of critical race theory as a lens to understand the relationship between race and the law

15 minAUG 19
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Critical Race Theory 101

60: Race and the Law (Joshua Sealy-Harrington)

It's our Season 6 finale and we're ending with a big one! In this highly-anticipated episode, we're speaking with Joshua Sealy-Harrington for an honest and critical look at the relationship between race and Canadian law. --- Here's what you'll hear: How can critical race theory help us understand the intersection between race and the law? (7:56) What does the 'statement of principles' debate tell us about the future of diversity in the Law Society of Ontario (18:44) How does the police's use of 'carding' create different versions of the 'reasonable person'? (29:32) Our Ask-Me-Anything segment about race issues, including: What can lawyers do to mitigate the over-policing of racial minorities? (40:30) How can senior management address systemic inequalities in the workplace? (43:42) How can law schools become more accessible to persons of different backgrounds? (46:08) What are the impacts of cancel culture on due process? (49:07) What can racialized minorities do to address a lack of...

64 minAUG 19
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60: Race and the Law (Joshua Sealy-Harrington)

Ask-Me-Anything: Agricultural Lawyer

In our Ask-Me-Anything segment, we invite KJ Chong to answer the agricultural law-related questions submitted by members of the Patreon community: What are some of the unexpected elements about working in the agricultural law space? What role does trust play when dealing with trading relationships among farmers? What role do politics and trade patterns have on a lawyer's day-to-day work? How can in-house legal counsel deal with under-resourced departments? How can the food service industry bounce back post-COVID?

20 minAUG 5
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Ask-Me-Anything: Agricultural Lawyer

Grain Grading Requirements under the New NAFTA

In part three of our interview with agricultural lawyer, KJ Chong, we chat about the new NAFTA (CUSMA) requirements for the declarations of eligibility and the Canada Grain Act

12 minAUG 5
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Grain Grading Requirements under the New NAFTA

GAFTA: Drafting a Complex Contract in Just One Page

In part two of our interview with agricultural lawyer, KJ Chong, we discuss the GAFTA background contract system and lessons for lawyers that draft agreements across sectors.

12 minAUG 5
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GAFTA: Drafting a Complex Contract in Just One Page

Exporting Food During a Pandemic

In part one of our interview with agricultural lawyer, KJ Chong, we speak about food exporting and safety considerations in light of the coronavirus.

13 minAUG 5
Comments
Exporting Food During a Pandemic

Latest Episodes

BONUS PREVIEW: Finding Purpose in Public Sector Work

In our latest bonus episode of Lawyered Unplugged, we speak with Susheel Gupta. Susheel is a Canadian lawyer whose incredible story (stemming from a tragic murder) spurred him to serve in numerous impressive roles in the federal public sector, including as: a federal prosecutor, a Vice-Chair of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, and an RCMP advisor in the Counter-Terrorism & National Security group. This episode features a candid look at life at various levels of the public sector and includes career tips for lawyers at all levels of call. NOTE: While the episode preview above is available for everyone, the full 1-hour version of this bonus episode is available exclusively for members of the Lawyered Patreon community. If you want to hear all of our bonus episodes (and unlock more bonus content), check out our Patreon page HERE! In the full 1-hour episode, you'll hear Susheel tackle a number of topics, including: What are some strategies for lawyers that are hoping to enter the public service (as a new call, as a mid-year call or as a senior lawyer)? What paths are available for lawyers (and non-lawyers) that want to pursue a role as a judge or adjudicator? What practical legal tips can lawyers learn from a lawyer-turned-adjudicator? What strategies are available when aclient (or government) mandate misaligns with a public sector employee's personal views? How can lawyers navigate the ethical issues that impact their day-to-day work? What should lawyers consider if they seek to pivot into a non-legal career?

29 minOCT 28
Comments
BONUS PREVIEW: Finding Purpose in Public Sector Work

Ask-Me-Anything: Race and the Law

In our Ask-Me-Anything Segment with minority rights advocate, Joshua Sealy-Harrington, we discuss the listener-submitted questions regarding race and the law: What can lawyers do to mitigate the over-policing of racial minorities? How can senior management address systemic inequalities in the workplace? How can law schools become more accessible to persons of different backgrounds? What are the impacts of cancel culture on due process? What can racialized minorities do to address a lack of awareness of systems of inequality in the workplace? As culture becomes better at identifying subtler forms of racism, how does the law keep up?

24 minAUG 19
Comments
Ask-Me-Anything: Race and the Law

Police Carding and the "Reasonable Person”

In part three of our interview with minority rights advocate, Joshua Sealy-Harrington, we discuss the SCC decision of R. v. Le, regarding the controversial police practice of carding

12 minAUG 19
Comments
Police Carding and the "Reasonable Person”

Diversity in the Law Society of Ontario: SOP and Beyond

In part two of our interview with minority rights advocate, Joshua Sealy-Harrington, we dissect the debate regarding the (now-repealed) Statement of Principles in the Law Society of Ontario, and reflect on diversity in the profession

13 minAUG 19
Comments
Diversity in the Law Society of Ontario: SOP and Beyond

Critical Race Theory 101

In part one of our interview with minority rights advocate, Joshua Sealy-Harrington, we unpack the principles of critical race theory as a lens to understand the relationship between race and the law

15 minAUG 19
Comments
Critical Race Theory 101

60: Race and the Law (Joshua Sealy-Harrington)

It's our Season 6 finale and we're ending with a big one! In this highly-anticipated episode, we're speaking with Joshua Sealy-Harrington for an honest and critical look at the relationship between race and Canadian law. --- Here's what you'll hear: How can critical race theory help us understand the intersection between race and the law? (7:56) What does the 'statement of principles' debate tell us about the future of diversity in the Law Society of Ontario (18:44) How does the police's use of 'carding' create different versions of the 'reasonable person'? (29:32) Our Ask-Me-Anything segment about race issues, including: What can lawyers do to mitigate the over-policing of racial minorities? (40:30) How can senior management address systemic inequalities in the workplace? (43:42) How can law schools become more accessible to persons of different backgrounds? (46:08) What are the impacts of cancel culture on due process? (49:07) What can racialized minorities do to address a lack of...

64 minAUG 19
Comments
60: Race and the Law (Joshua Sealy-Harrington)

Ask-Me-Anything: Agricultural Lawyer

In our Ask-Me-Anything segment, we invite KJ Chong to answer the agricultural law-related questions submitted by members of the Patreon community: What are some of the unexpected elements about working in the agricultural law space? What role does trust play when dealing with trading relationships among farmers? What role do politics and trade patterns have on a lawyer's day-to-day work? How can in-house legal counsel deal with under-resourced departments? How can the food service industry bounce back post-COVID?

20 minAUG 5
Comments
Ask-Me-Anything: Agricultural Lawyer

Grain Grading Requirements under the New NAFTA

In part three of our interview with agricultural lawyer, KJ Chong, we chat about the new NAFTA (CUSMA) requirements for the declarations of eligibility and the Canada Grain Act

12 minAUG 5
Comments
Grain Grading Requirements under the New NAFTA

GAFTA: Drafting a Complex Contract in Just One Page

In part two of our interview with agricultural lawyer, KJ Chong, we discuss the GAFTA background contract system and lessons for lawyers that draft agreements across sectors.

12 minAUG 5
Comments
GAFTA: Drafting a Complex Contract in Just One Page

Exporting Food During a Pandemic

In part one of our interview with agricultural lawyer, KJ Chong, we speak about food exporting and safety considerations in light of the coronavirus.

13 minAUG 5
Comments
Exporting Food During a Pandemic
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