Ep 75: The Prevent Guidance in Universities – Marina Wheeler QC – Law Pod UK

Posted April 3rd, 2019 in freedom of expression, human rights, news, podcasts, terrorism, universities by sally

‘Emma-Louise Fenelon talks to Marina Wheeler QC about the recent Court of Appeal decision in Butt v Secretary of State for the Home Department and the operation of the Prevent Guidance generally.’

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Law Pod UK, 1st April 2019

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Ep 72: Fleet Street Law Legend – Frances Gibb – Law Pod UK

Posted March 12th, 2019 in legal profession, media, news, podcasts by sally

‘Frances Gibb has retired after nearly forty years as legal journalist and editor, covering everything from Lord Irvine’s pricey wallpaper to the release of the Guildford Four. She talks to Rosalind English about the challenges of reporting on a profession highly sensitive to slips and slights.’

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Law Pod UK, 11th March 2019

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Ep. 66: Upholding Public Confidence – Owain Thomas QC – Law Pod UK

Posted February 18th, 2019 in appeals, disciplinary procedures, news, podcasts by sally

‘Taken from our recent seminar, ‘Erasure, Remediation and Rights of Appeal in Disciplinary Proceedings’, Owain Thomas QC gives a talk entitled – Upholding public confidence argument: is it undermining remediation?’

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Law Pod UK, 15th February 2019

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Environmental Law Podcast – Six Pump Court

Posted February 8th, 2019 in environmental protection, news, podcasts by sally

‘The latest monthly environmental law news podcast presented by Mark Davies in association with LexisPSL, is now available.’

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Six Pump Court, 15th January 2019

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Ep. 64: Informed Consent – how much direction do patients actually want? – Law Pod UK

Posted February 8th, 2019 in consent, doctors, medical treatment, news, podcasts by sally

‘Rosalind English talks to John Whitting QC of 1 Crown Office Row about Montgomery, informed consent and his response to our earlier episode “Doctor Knows Best”.’

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Law Pod UK, 4th February 2019

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Ep. 63: Whose life is it anyway? Dignity in dying – Law Pod UK

Posted January 29th, 2019 in assisted suicide, news, podcasts by sally

‘Do terminally ill patients have the right to die at the time and place of their choosing, with the attendance of a medical practitioner? The ban on assisted suicide has raised one of the great moral questions of our time. The Chief Executive of Dignity in Dying, Sarah Wootton discusses their campaign to change the law with Rosalind English.’

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Law Pod UK, 28th January 2019

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Ep. 59: The cases that defined 2018 – Law Pod UK

Posted January 7th, 2019 in news, podcasts by sally

‘Jonathan Metzer and Emma-Louise Fenelon discuss some of the cases that defined 2018.’

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Law Pod UK, 20th December 2018

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Ep. 58: 2018 Inquest Law Update – Law Pod UK

Posted December 18th, 2018 in inquests, news, podcasts by sally

‘Jeremy Hyam QC and Emma-Louise Fenelon provide a whistlestop tour of the most significant developments in inquest law in 2018.’

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Law Pod UK, 17th December 2018

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Environmental Law Podcast – November 2018 – Six Pump Court

Posted December 14th, 2018 in brexit, environmental protection, news, podcasts, waste by sally

‘This short update focuses on November’s key legal developments, which this month include the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration, the recent independent review of the current system of waste regulation and the latest on the new Environment Bill.’

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Six Pump Court, 5th December 2018

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Brexit as a revolution – Law Pod UK

Posted October 18th, 2018 in brexit, diplomats, EC law, podcasts by sally

‘Professor Catherine Barnard has this exclusive interview with Sir Ivan Rogers, the former UK Ambassador to the EU, following his speech to Trinity College Cambridge last week. They discuss the themes of this speech which can be found in full on the Trinity College website.’

The Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act – Brexit Law

Posted August 20th, 2018 in money laundering, news, podcasts, sanctions by sally

‘Podcast by Maya Lester QC recorded for the BIICL.’

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Brexit Law, 17th August 2018

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Ep. 41: Brexit – The white paper – Law Pod UK

Posted August 10th, 2018 in bills, brexit, EC law, news, parliamentary papers, podcasts by sally

‘Professor Barnard discusses with journalist Boni Sones, her reaction to the publication of the government’s White Paper, the Cabinet resignations of David Davis and Boris Johnson, and the negotiating position of the EU since the UK triggered Article 50 in March 2017.’

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Law Pod UK, 8th August 2018

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Ep. 40: How AI and algorithms impact on regulation and adjudication – Law Pod UK

Posted July 30th, 2018 in artificial intelligence, dispute resolution, news, podcasts by sally

‘Law and Political Science Professor Cary Coglianese from the University of Pennsylvania, and David Lehr, a research affiliate at the Penn Program on Regulation and a student at Yale Law School, join Rosalind English to speculate on how algorithms and artificial intelligence will impact on regulation and adjudication now and in the future.’

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Law Pod UK, 27th July 2018

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Law Pod UK Ep. 37: Establishing public inquiries and reopening inquests – 1 COR

Posted June 18th, 2018 in inquests, inquiries, news, podcasts by sally

‘Gideon Barth discusses when are public inquiries established or inquests reopened in this highlight from One Crown Office Row’s 2018 seminar.’

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Law Pod UK, 14th June 2018

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Law Pod UK Ep. 34: Will AI outwit our laws? – 1 COR

Posted June 8th, 2018 in artificial intelligence, news, podcasts by sally

‘Rosalind English discusses with Professor Karen Yeung of Birmingham University the various opportunities and challenges presented to the law by Artificial Intelligence.’

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Law Pod UK, 6th June 2018

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Law Pod UK Ep. 32: The Right to Be Forgotten – 1 COR

Posted May 21st, 2018 in internet, news, podcasts, privacy by sally

‘Dominic Ruck-Keene and Rosalind English discuss the latest case involving the internet search engine Google, and an individual’s right to be forgotten.’

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Law Pod UK, 16th May 2018

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5RB Podcasts on Interim Injunctions – 5RB

Posted March 16th, 2018 in injunctions, news, podcasts by sally

‘Desmond Browne QC moderates a discussion with Alex Marzec and Adam Speker on Interim Injunctions. In Part One they explore how to seek and defend an interim injunction application up to the hearing. In Part Two, they examine what happens at the hearing and beyond.’

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5RB, 10th March 2018

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Law Pod UK Ep. 9: Measuring clinical effectiveness for specialist drugs – 1COR

Posted August 18th, 2017 in children, medicines, news, podcasts by sally

‘Rosalind English discusses with David Hart QC a recent challenge to the refusal by the NHS to fund a specialist drug for a child suffering from a metabolic condition.’

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Law Pod UK, 17th August 2017

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Law Pod UK Episode 8: Approaches to radicalisation, the Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Act, and child protection in terrorism related cases – 1COR

‘Rosalind English talks to Marina Wheeler QC about how the civil courts are approaching radicalisation, the practical problems of introducing the Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Act, and the role of the family courts in protecting children under the “Prevent” strategy.’

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Law Pod UK, 8th August 2017

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Law Pod UK Episode 6: The European Withdrawal Bill, and its likely impact on environmental standards – 1COR

Posted August 1st, 2017 in bills, brexit, EC law, environmental protection, news, podcasts, referendums by sally

‘David Hart talks to Rosalind English about the likely impact of the European Withdrawal Bill, and in particular the concerns about the knock on effects it might have on existing environmental standards after BREXIT.’

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Law Pod UK, 26th July 2017

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