The police killing of Chris Kaba – The Guardian

Posted September 21st, 2022 in families, firearms, homicide, news, podcasts, police, professional conduct, video recordings by sally

‘The killing of a 24-year-old black man by firearms officers in south London comes at a time of plummeting faith in the police and serious questions about accountability for the new Met chief.’

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The Guardian, 21st September 2022

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England’s new strangulation law – and why it is needed – The Guardian

Posted June 9th, 2022 in criminal justice, domestic violence, news, podcasts by sally

‘A new law specifically targeting non-fatal strangulation comes into effect this week in England and Wales. Yvonne Roberts explains why it is necessary.’

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The Guardian, 8th June 2022

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A duty to offer alternatives? With John Whitting QC – Law Pod UK

Posted June 1st, 2022 in consent, health, medical treatment, news, podcasts by sally

‘Emma-Louise Fenelon speaks to John Whitting QC about the key healthcare law cases of Bolam, Montgomery, the knotty issue of informed consent and the scope of the duty to offer alternative treatments.’

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Law Pod UK, 31st May 2022

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Computer Says No! Automated Decision-Making in the Public Sector, with the Public Law Project – Law Pod UK

Posted April 22nd, 2022 in artificial intelligence, computer programs, news, podcasts by sally

‘The application of technology to both justice and wider government decision-making is moving apace.’

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Law Pod UK, 22nd April 2022

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Reproductive coercion and control in contact cases in the family courts – Law Pod UK

‘Clare Ciborowska and Richard Ager, both family law experts from the Brighton Annexe of 1 Crown Office Row, talk about the difficult subject of reproductive coercion where such allegations arise in child contact cases. Presented by Rosalind English.’

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Law Pod UK, 7th April 2022

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A Decent Death: Stephen Sedley and My Death, My Decision – Law Pod UK

Posted February 23rd, 2022 in assisted suicide, judges, news, podcasts, suicide by sally

‘Rosalind English talks to Trevor Moore of the campaign group My Death, My Decision about UK laws on assisted dying, and they reflect on a speech given by former Court of Appeal judge Sir Stephen Sedley on the subject.’

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Law Pod UK, 21st February 2022

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The Most Significant Cases of 2021 – Law Pod UK

Posted February 8th, 2022 in chambers articles, news, podcasts by sally

‘In Episode 157, Emma-Louise Fenelon speaks to Jon Metzer about the most significant cases of 2021.’

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Law Pod UK, 7th February 2022

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Loss of Chance with Sarah Lambert QC and Dominic Ruck Keene – Law Pod UK

Posted December 1st, 2021 in chambers articles, loss of chance, news, podcasts by sally

‘Emma-Louise Fenelon speaks with Sarah Lambert QC and Dominic Ruck Keene about what practitioners need to know when they encounter loss of chance cases.’

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Law Pod UK, 29th November 2021

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Healthcare Regulation Reform in the UK – Law Pod UK

Posted November 4th, 2021 in health, news, podcasts, standards by sally

‘Robert Kellar QC, of 1 Crown Office Row, discusses with Rosalind English proposals to shake up and simplify the current systems of healthcare regulation in the United Kingdom.’

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Law Pod UK, 3rd November 2021

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Ep 149: Closed Material Procedures with Angus McCullough QC – Law Pod UK

Posted September 27th, 2021 in barristers, closed material, news, podcasts by sally

‘Closed Material Proceedings take place where evidence is so secret that advocates cannot communicate directly with their clients. Angus McCullough QC talks to Rosalind English about the difficulties and obstacles he faces when acting as a Special Advocate in these proceedings.’

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Law Pod UK, 24th September 2021

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Professor Leslie Thomas QC and Deborah Coles talk all things Inquests with Fiona Bawdon – Legal Action Group: Justice Matters

Posted August 26th, 2021 in inquests, news, podcasts by sally

‘Our guests are Professor Lesley Thomas, QC of Gresham College and also Garden Court Chambers, Deborah Coles of Inquest and leading the questions and discussion is Fiona Bawdon.’

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Legal Action Group: Justice Matters, 25th August 2021

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Ep148: Interim Care Orders and Newborn Babies – Law Pod UK

Posted July 30th, 2021 in birth, care orders, families, news, podcasts by sally

‘Richard Ager and Clare Ciborowska of 1 Crown Office Row (Brighton) discuss with Rosalind English the distressing and emotional business of removing newborns from their mothers when it is decided that it is in the infant’s best interests. Earlier this year the Public Law Working group has published a series of recommendations for improvements in practice to make the whole procedure less traumatic for the mother. Whether these recommendations will be implemented remains to be seen.’

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Law Pod UK, 29th July 2021

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Ep147: Vicarious Trauma in the Legal Profession – Law Pod UK

Posted July 20th, 2021 in legal profession, mental health, news, podcasts by sally

‘In Episode 147 Emma-Louise Fenelon speaks to Rachel Francis and Joanna Fleck about their book Vicarious Trauma in the Legal Profession.’

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Law Pod UK, 19th July 2021

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Ep 146: 5 Key Medical Law Updates – Law Pod UK

Posted July 1st, 2021 in chambers articles, consumer credit, medical treatment, news, podcasts by sally

‘Emma-Louise Fenelon speaks to Richard Mumford and Rajkiran Barhey about 5 key developments in medical law.’

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Law Pod UK, 30th June 2021

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Ep 143: Henry VIII Powers undermining parliamentary supremacy – Law Pod UK

‘In this episode, Rosalind English discusses with Sarabjit Singh and Isabel McArdle of 1 Crown Office Row a number of laws containing “Henry VIII” powers which allow ministers to avoid full parliamentary debate.’

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Law Pod UK, 4th May 2021

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Ep 142: Vaccine Hesitancy and the Court of Protection: Who Decides? – Law Pod UK

Posted April 28th, 2021 in coronavirus, Court of Protection, mental health, news, podcasts, vaccination by sally

‘What happens, if someone lacks capacity under the Mental Capacity Act, and their family for whatever reason objects to the Covid vaccine? Amelia Walker discusses three recent cases with Rosalind English.’

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Law Pod UK, 27th April 2021

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Ep 141: A hundred days since Brexit – Law Pod UK

Posted April 20th, 2021 in brexit, international trade, news, podcasts by sally

‘In the latest episode of 2903cb, Professor Catherine Barnard of the University of Cambridge casts her mind back over the weeks and months since we left the EU. What is her verdict?’

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Law Pod UK, 19th April 2021

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Ep 140: Harriet Wistrich on Criminal Justice for Women – Law Pod UK

Posted April 13th, 2021 in criminal justice, news, podcasts, women by sally

‘Following International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, Emma-Louise Fenelon spoke to Harriet Wistrich, founder of the Centre for Women’s Justice about the many ways in which the UK criminal justice system is failing women.’

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Law Pod UK, 12th April 2021

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Ep 139: Courts tussle with Uber, Ola and the Gig Economy – Law Pod UK

Posted April 8th, 2021 in holiday pay, minimum wage, news, podcasts, self-employment, taxis by sally

‘Alasdair Henderson of 1 Crown Office Row joins Rosalind English to discuss the recent ruling by the UK Supreme Court that drivers whose work is arranged through Uber’s smartphone app work for Uber under workers’ contracts and so qualify for the protections afforded by employment law, such as minimum wage and paid holiday leave.’

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Law Pod UK, 7th April 2021

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Ep 138: Mediation with Marina Wheeler QC – Law Pod UK

Posted March 18th, 2021 in barristers, dispute resolution, news, podcasts by sally

‘In Episode 138 Emma-Louise Fenelon speaks to Marina Wheeler QC about the burgeoning field of mediation, and outlines a number of useful tips for practitioners drawing from her own experience as a mediator.’

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Law Pod UK, 17th March 2021

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