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Monday Mornings- Sam & Cathy original show from the #SRShow crew with Sam Roberts and Cathy Kelley Fridays - interviews from #SRShow Listen to Sam Roberts' Show, Mon-Fri at 9pm et, on SiriusXM Opieradio - XM 103 Sirius 206. Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast is out every Wednesday on iTunes and notsam.com Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, and instagram @notsam.
 
Getting into the minds of some of your favourite rugby players, Sam Roberts speaks to top flight players about one of their more memorable matches. One on one discussion to find out how these premier rugby players think, act and develop themselves. This podcast is produced by Sam Roberts for Rugby World Magazine. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Learn how the world’s top lawyers are forging new career paths, winning the best opportunities and shaping the future of the legal industry. This is a podcast featuring interviews with Law Firm Partners, General Counsels, Legal Leaders and rising stars, uncovering the personalities, traits and habits of the legal industry's top-performers.New episodes every Wednesday.
 
Alix Robertson and Phil Yeeles of The Centre for Education and Youth (along with their expert guests) explore developments in education and youth research and policy. There is a particular focus on how research can affect teachers, educational leaders and policy makers as well as others with a wider interest in improving outcomes for all of our young people. This is a UK based show.
 
What makes a person's point of view? Their job? Where they are born? Family? Culture? Trauma? Comedian Struan Logan talks to distinctive performers from across the globe about what makes them the people they are. The chats are intimate, funny and honest letting folk bask in their failures. For more details for contact Struan on @StruanLogan on social media, struan.logan@gmail.com or for upcoming guests check out his website: www.struanlogan.com
 
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In this episode of The Youth and Education Podcast, Vanessa Joshua speaks to CfEY's founder and former CEO Loic Menzies about his latest research in partnership with Third Space Learning, 'A Space for Maths', which looks at the impact of falling behind in maths and how tutoring can help.由The Centre for Education and Youth
 
In this episode, Bart Shaw, Head of Policy at The Centre for Education and Youth, shares with Phil Yeeles a selection of research that he has been reading lately. This episode looks first at Ofsted’s recent report on supporting pupils with SEND, before moving on to FFT Education Datalab’s recent piece on attainment disparity in the context of the C…
 
This episode of The Youth and Education Podcast is the first in a special series, taking an in depth look at the topics explored in the new CfEY book 'Young People on the Margins'. CfEY Associate Alix Robertson listens in to a fireside chat between CfEY Chief Executive Loic Menzies and CEO of the Reach Foundation Ed Vainker, as they discuss their j…
 
What are the skills needed to tranition from private practice to in-house? What do litigation funders do? And what role does mentoring play in a successful career path? In this episode of the Leading Lawyer Project, we sat down with Siba Diqer, Investment Manager at Litigation Capital Management to explore her exciting and varied career path in the…
 
In this episode, Baz Ramaiah, Associate with the Policy Strand at The Centre for Education and Youth, shares with Phil Yeeles a selection of research that he has been reading lately. This episode focusses on social class and social mobility. Baz and Phil talk about the political context and consequences of the 1944 Education Act; a longitudinal stu…
 
For this week’s episode of the Leading Lawyer Project, we spoke with Mark Rigotti about leadership, learning, and how to make sense of 2020. This is the second time I’ve had the privilege of interviewing Mark and I wanted to follow up our interview from mid-2020, which is one of the most downloaded episodes of the podcast. In this episode we explor…
 
In this episode of The Youth and Education Podcast, Trainee Associate at CfEY Vanessa Joshua talks to Alice Wilcock, Senior Policy Analyst at the Centre for Social Justice about exclusions, alternative provision and the new APPG on School Exclusions and Alternative Provision.由The Centre for Education and Youth
 
In this episode, Dr Sam Baars, Director of Research and Operations at The Centre for Education and Youth, shares with Phil Yeeles a selection of research that he has been reading lately. This episode focusses on area-based inequalities. Sam and Phil talk about the different ways in which researchers classify areas, the factors that drive young peop…
 
Why is now the time to change the way we practice law? And for those lawyers who are ready to innovate - where can you start? This week I have a special interview with lawyer and innovator, Lucy Dickens, exploring her new book It's Time to Do Law Differently. Just a week after release, the book is already a #1 best seller on Amazon and has received…
 
The legal industry is full of buzzwords, including New Law, Innovation and Design Thinking. But what does it all mean in practice? This week, I had the pleasure of exploring the realities of legal innovation with Melissa Lyon. Melissa is a Design Thinker, Innovation and Business Development specialist working at Hive Legal, one of Australia's New L…
 
How can you meaningfully impact your clients in a way that not only generates revenue, but sets the foundation for a meaningful career in law? This week, I have the pleasure of speaking with Marlo Osborne-Smith, who is a Director in PwC's New Law department. Marlo has a wealth of experience building and growing amazing client relationships. Prior t…
 
How can lawyers leverage marketing and business development principles to win more work? What’s it like to work in BD/Marketing in law firms? This week, I’m exploring the careers of successful BD professionals in law with Kim Wiegand. Kim is a seasoned business development professional who has worked in large law firms and magic circle firms across…
 
How can you actually make a positive impact on the legal profession? Plenty of lawyers want to improve the way things are done. But honestly, very few people ever make a big dent on the status quo. Peter Dombkins is a national leader in legal transformation, legal operations and the project management of legal professional services. Peter is someon…
 
This week on the Leading Lawyer Project, I'm exploring the current state of the legal technology market and asking the question "where are we up to in the legal tech journey?" To explore this idea, I interview Maya Markovich, who is the Chief Growth Officer at Nextlaw Labs. Nextlaw Labs is the legal industry’s first and leading legal technology and…
 
This week, I’m diving deep into the traits and mindsets of successful lawyers. Chris Gardner is a partner with leading international labour and employment firm Seyfarth Shaw. Chris specialises in workplace relations law with over 25 years experience and is one of the country’s leading lawyers in workplace change, strategy and enterprise bargaining,…
 
Can your personal brand accelerate your career? Melissa Scott is a Legal Counsel at Megaport and the host of the successful Counsel podcast, exploring life as an in-house lawyer. In today's episode of The Leading Lawyer Project, we talked about having a great career as an in-house lawyer. Some highlights from the show: Mel kicks off with an overvie…
 
How will the Big 4 accounting firms change the legal industry? How will data transform the role of in-house lawyers? What does the future hold for young lawyers? In this week's episode of The Leading Lawyer Project, we discuss the changing nature of in-house legal work with Mick Sheehy. Mick is a partner at PwC and a founder of PwC's NewLaw practic…
 
In this episode we discuss the heartbreaking case of 8 month old Amiah Robertson of Indianapolis, IN. CC Hatton speaks with us and her involvement with the mother of the missing child and the case itself. If you have ANY information call 317-327-3475. News Sources: WTHR13- WRTV6- Fox59 Chasing Evil Youtube Video discussed in episode. https://youtu.…
 
Sarah, known as the Goddess of Governance®, is the Founder of You Legal. With over 15 years' experience, she is passionate about protecting purpose-driven organisations to allow them to focus on what matters to them most, making their impact in the world. In this week's episode of The Leading Lawyer Project, Sarah and I talked about: What it means …
 
What is the advantage NewLaw and Boutique firms have over top-tier traditional firms? What will be the impact of COVID-19 on lawyers and law firms? Why are firms like Marque Lawyers so important to the progression of the legal profession? In this week's episode of The Leading Lawyer Project, I had the pleasure of speaking with Damian Sturzaker, a P…
 
What is your contribution to the legal profession? This question sits front of mind for many top lawyers. This week's guest on The Leading Lawyer Project, Felicity Gerry QC, has certainly contributed a great deal to the law. Felicity regularly appears in in the Supreme Court of Victoria and the Victorian Court of Appeal and largely defends in crimi…
 
Theo Kapodistrias is an award-winning in-house lawyer and keynote speaker. On this episode of The Leading Lawyer Project, we chat about: Why Theo is motivated by representing his home state of Tasmania; Going straight from law school to in-house; Starting out in the law without knowing any in-house lawyers; A day in the life of an in-house lawyer i…
 
There are law firms that are actively building the future of law. They are lead by lawyers who understand the power of technology, the importance of diversity in the legal workforce, and who know what it takes to lead lawyers. Genevieve Collins, Chief Executive Partner of Lander and Rogers, is one of those leaders. From editing a computer magazine …
 
MAJOR NEWS! We speak to Christina Kramer, Angie's mother regarding the disappearance of her daughter that ended in the tragedy of the brutal and planned murder of Angie Barlow. Imagine one of the last people to see your daughter alive saying to you “awe you want to know what her last words were...”?! Because that’s exactly what happened to Christin…
 
Darren Fittler has achieved so much in the law. He is a Partner at Gilbert + Tobin and one of Australia's leading experts in law for charities and Not-For-Profits. Darren has achieved all this as a blind person and I was inspired to hear about his journey. We discuss: Darren's journey to practicing law; How he takes in information and provides lega…
 
I've learned so much on this journey so far. So this week I wanted to publish a quick (and sometimes rambling) episode to summarise three of my key takeaways and thank everyone who has been involved so far. In this episode of The Leading Lawyer Project, I cover: The reason why I started this podcast; A thank you to the guests and supporters of the …
 
What does it mean to be legally innovative? What do the legal leaders of today think about the future of legal practice? When I started this podcast, one of my goals was to interview Anna Lozynski, the Executive General Counsel of L'Oreal and one of Australia's leading legal thought leaders. Safe to say this week's episode is a dream come true for …
 
Will the traditional law firm survive the COVID crisis? Could law firms make more money if they only charged fixed-fees? I was over the moon to speak with George Beaton for this week's episode. George is one of the foremost thinkers in the legal industry and I've learned so much from reading his work. In this episode we speak about: George's journe…
 
In this episode of the Youth and Education Podcast, CfEY Associate Alix Robertson interviews Professor Samantha Twiselton OBE, Director of Sheffield Institute of Education at Sheffield Hallam University. Alix and Sam discuss: The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on this year’s cohort of trainee teachers The challenges of not having time to learn in …
 
What else can you do with your law degree and legal experience? How can you maintain the spark that pushed you to study law in the first place? Katrina Bullock is a multi-talented lawyer, journalist, and academic. She evidently has an exceptional work ethic, having achieved success in multiple domains. Above all, I love that Katrina is truly passio…
 
As the most capped Brumbie in Super Rugby, and having spent 72 games in the front row for the Wallabies, Ben Alexander knows his rugby. In this episode of 'One Game at a Time' from Rugby World Magazine, Ben talks to Sam Roberts about life in the front row, starting his career in England's second tier with Dan Cole, playing against the Springboks, l…
 
"You might end up in a firm that doesn't suit you. You might end up in two in a row. But don't let that put you off. There are so many practice areas and they are so different." Being a lawyer is hard. Succeeding in law is even harder. In this episode of the Leading Lawyer Project, Simon Creek, one of Western Australia's best-known family lawyers, …
 
Alex Su left a cushy BigLaw job in an elite law firm for a job in sales. Or, more accurately, to help build the future of law. On this week's episode of the Leading Lawyer Project, I interview Alex Su, the Director of Business Development at Evisort, a technology company providing legal teams with AI-powered Contract Management. We talk about: Leav…
 
Having recently announced a move to North America's Major League Rugby, it seemed a perfect time to speak to Chris Robshaw and reflect on a quite incredible career. As well as examining the Aviva Premiership Final from 2012, we talk about playing his first game in the RFU Championship, the difference between backs and forwards, loyalty to 'Quins, p…
 
Is there a better way to run law firms? How can we deliver more value to our clients without being trapped by timekeeping? How can we create happier clients and more profitable firms? These are some of the questions that John Chisholm, a former lawyer and leader of law firms, has been working on for the last decade and a half. John has consulted wi…
 
Many people can remember watching European Cup semi final between Cardiff and Leicester in 2009, mainly because it was decided by a rugby rarity: a penalty shootout. Jordan Crane had the difficult role of taking the match winning kick and he talks us through not only the game, but the anxiety of the shootout itself. It's an enlightening discussion …
 
The next generation of top lawyers are using social media to build their personal brands and unlock new opportunities. This week on the Leading Lawyer Podcast, I speak with Chrisie Wolfe, a Personal Injury solicitor and YouTuber. Chrissie has been recognized as Solicitor of The Year and Woman of the Year for her work mentoring younger lawyers and h…
 
#043 Research Roundup – Vanessa Joshua: Racism and education In this episode, Vanessa Joshua, Trainee Associate at the Centre for Education and Youth, shares a selection of research that she has been reading lately with Phil Yeeles. This episode focusses on racism. In light of research findings and current events, Vanessa and Phil talk about...…
 
In this episode, Sam Roberts speaks to Jimmy Gopperth. Regarded by many as one of the finest playmakers in Premiership history, Jimmy talks about what it was like playing for Wasps in 2016, his stellar matches against Exeter, kicking at goal, retiring, and even what it felt like to miss out on All Black selection. There is some superb insight for e…
 
What makes some lawyers stand out above the rest? In the highly competitive environment of law firms full of incredibly intelligent people, why is it that some become leaders while others don't? This week on the Leading Lawyer Podcast, I speak with Mark Rigotti who was the CEO of Herbert Smith Freehills, about leadership, learning, and what a succe…
 
Schalk Brits was a rare entity, a player who seemed to make every fan smile, regardless of which team they supported. In this episode, Sam Roberts talks to him about Saracens' first Premiership Final win in 2011 but we also look in detail at how he played the game; what it was like playing for the famous North London club; and perhaps most importan…
 
In this episode, Sam Roberts speaks to Katherine Merchant, the England winger who played 58 times for the Red Roses over a nine year period, scoring 44 tries. We look back at the critical semi-final from the 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup against Ireland, the scene of Kat's final international try. We discuss try scoring, handoffs, being beaten in fi…
 
Larissa Marie Sam finished her shift at Classy Chassy a local gentleman's club in the Indianapolis area, then headed to her Uncle's for a drink and to practice guitar for her upcoming American Idol audition. Then, she vanished on June 21st, 2015. Join Crimelight as we shine a light for Larissa. **Show correction- Rusty aka John Wagner was convicted…
 
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