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Talking Law

Aug 5, 2019

Gary McIndoe is an immigration solicitor and founder of Latitude Law, a firm that specialises in business immigration, refugee and human rights.

Gary is also the Chair of the Electronic Immigration Network, and a trustee of human rights charity RAPAR, which provides online information in the field of immigration and...

Jul 3, 2019

This month, activist and author Helen Pankhurst talks about the legacy of her surname and how the law still needs to work harder for women.

Helen is an activist, an author, granddaughter of Sylvia and great granddaughter of Emmeline.  She is currently a senior advisor at relief agency CARE international, working across...

Jun 3, 2019

For this special episode of Talking Law, you’ll hear from Paulette Mastin, counsel in the Capital Markets practice at Linklaters in London, where she advises corporate trustees, other service providers and companies on a wide variety of capital market transactions, including Islamic finance.

She is also the chair of...

May 3, 2019

Nigel Poole is head of Kings Chambers in Manchester and is ranked as a leading QC by Chambers UK and the Legal 500. He sits as a Recorder and a chair of the Bar Tribunal and Adjudication Service and has appeared in the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal. He also writes the successful blog Learned Friend

Nigel discusses...

Mar 6, 2019

In episode two, meet Cherie Blair CBE QC, barrister, lecturer, writer and founder of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women.


Cherie talks candidly about the challenges she faced when she first qualified as one of only a few female barristers in the country and also highlights the changes she feels need to happen within...