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7BR Part Heard: A Series of Legal Podcasts

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7BR is delighted to present our podcast series: “7BR Part-Heard”. These podcasts will give an insight into the broad range of work our members undertake. We have utilised 7BR’s multi-disciplinary nature to discuss a wide variety of topics and to examine issues through the lenses of those practicing in different areas of law.

In podcasts, webinars and articles, barristers may express their own opinions. These will not necessarily be the opinions of other barristers within 7BR. Continue Reading >>
7BR is delighted to present our podcast series: “7BR Part-Heard”. These podcasts will give an insight into the broad range of work our members undertake. We have utilised 7BR’s multi-disciplinary nature to discuss a wide variety of topics and to examine issues through the lenses of those practicing in different areas of law.

In podcasts, webinars and articles, barristers may express their own opinions. These will not necessarily be the opinions of other barristers within 7BR. << Show Less
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S2 Ep31: Maryam Syed - #BreakTheBias We are joined today, on International Women’s Day 2022, by Maryam Syed to discuss women in law and her personal experience of life as a senior practitioner and Recorder from an ethnic minority background.
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S2 Ep31: Maryam Syed - #BreakTheBias We are joined today, on International Women’s Day 2022, by Maryam Syed to discuss women in law and her personal experience of life as a senior practitioner and Recorder from an ethnic minority background.
S2 Ep30: Leslie Keegan on Functional Neurological Disorders Today on the podcast we are joined by Leslie Keegan who discusses functional neurological disorder cases, with reference to two recent cases involving large settlements on behalf of clients suffering with these disorders.
S2 Ep30: Joshua Yetman - Follow up on Fratila & another v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions oday we are joined by Joshua Yetman to follow up with the case we discussed on the podcast back in July 2021 (view here), Fratila & another v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
S2 Ep29: Christmas Series - Megan Pryde - 2021 Round-up of 7BR's Civil Team Joining us for today's episode of Part Heard, is our Second Junior Civil Clerk, Megan Pryde, who will be giving us an overview of 7BR's Civil work from 2021.
S2 Ep28: Christmas Series - Rose Harvey-Sullivan on Mini Pupillage at 7BR For today's episode of our Christmas series, we are joined by our mini pupillage secretary, Rose Harvey-Sullivan, to discuss our upcoming mini pupillage application process.
S2 Ep28: Christmas Series - Harry Charlton - Challenges and Changes of 2021 We begin this year's 'Christmas series' with 7BR's Chief Executive, Harry Charlton, to reflect on the challenges and changes at 7BR over the past twelve months.
S2 Ep28: 7BR Part-Heard - Hugh Preston QC and Jonathan Bertram - The future for representative actions in the light of Supreme Court case Lloyd against Google Today we are joined on Part Heard by Hugh Preston QC and Jonathan Bertram, to discuss the future for representative actions in the light of Supreme Court case Lloyd against Google, and in particular how consumer law and data protection claims might be bought in the future.
S2 Ep28: 7BR Part-Heard - Justin Slater - Fact Finding in Family Law Proceedings We are joined today by Justin Slater, to discuss the new emerging landscape of fact finding hearings in family law proceedings.
S2 Ep27: Caroline Lody and Chris Canning - 7BR pupillage application process To conclude 7BR's pupillage mini-series, we are joined by our current and future pupillage secretaries, Caroline Lody and Chris Canning, to discuss the pupillage application process and what they are looking for in our future pupils.
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