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4 Nov 2016
Podcast: In-house attraction
In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, the head of legal, Australia and New Zealand, of Dell Technologies shares insights into the world of in-ho...
Andrew Scott
14 Oct 2016
Podcast: Legal Firm of Choice Report analysed
On this week's episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show we discuss the results of the Momentum Intelligence Legal Firm of Choice Report 2016, partnered by L...
7 Oct 2016
Podcast: Big 4 v traditional law firm
On this week’s episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, a private practice-turned PwC lawyer chats about the benefits of working at a full-service consul...
30 Sep 2016
Podcast: Commerciality is king
This week on The Lawyers Weekly Show, an adjunct lecturer from The College of Law joins us to divulge how law graduates can best prepare for life in ...
23 Sep 2016
Podcast: Kenya calls to charitable lawyers
On the latest episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, two Wotton + Kearney lawyers share how their professional and corporate responsibility to do pro bon...
16 Sep 2016
Podcast: A long way to go on the road to diversity
On this week’s episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, the Australian managing partner of Squire Patton Boggs joins us to discuss diversity in the legal...
9 Sep 2016
Podcast: From safety law to songwriting
On the latest episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, a Clyde & Co safety partner and singer provides an update on the harmonisation of health and sa...
2 Sep 2016
Podcast: Robo-advice and related legal work
This week on The Lawyers Weekly Show a King & Wood Mallesons partner reveals the ins and outs of robo-advice and the related work that lawyers are...
26 Aug 2016
Podcast: Fintech the way of the future
In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show we chat with a lawyer from Ashurst who is a driving force behind the firm’s involvement with fintech. ...
19 Aug 2016
Podcast: Opportunities in the Big Apple
Two Major, Lindsey & Africa consultants join us to look at the opportunities for Australian-qualified lawyers in the New York legal market on the ...
12 Aug 2016
Podcast: Does in-house live up to its allure?
In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show a recruiter sheds light on the attraction of working in-house and what to expect once you’ve made the mov...
5 Aug 2016
Podcast: Brexit getting lawyers home
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, we look at recruitment trends in the new financial year and the impact Brexit has had on getting Australi...
25 Jul 2016
Podcast: Drone usage and related legal work reach new heights
This week on The Lawyers Weekly Show we take a look at the rising use of drones for commercial and retail purposes, and the laws and regulations that ...
14 Jul 2016
Podcast: Revamping the law firm model
In the latest episode, the Lawyers Weekly Show speaks with Salvos Legal managing partner Luke Geary about formulating a healthier law firm model base...
24 Jun 2016
Podcast: Bringing creativity back to the law
Lawyers Weekly speaks with corporate lawyer Paul Rubenstein, who believes creative, business-savvy thinking can allow a lawyer to go beyond technical...
13 May 2016
Podcast: From outback to Martin Place
The Lawyers Weekly Show speaks with a young lawyer who spent more than two years working with Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory before...
5 May 2016
Podcast: Is law school teaching enough critical thinking?
In this week's The Lawyers Weekly Show, we take a look at the typical law school education offered by Australian universities and its perceived pit...
6 Apr 2016
Podcast: Legalising medical marijuana
This week on our new podcast, The Lawyers Weekly Show, we take an in-depth look at medical cannabis regulation in Australia. ...
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