SERIES 4: BEYOND LAW
Law firms need to think about more than just the law to succeed. Whether it is embracing legal tech, grappling with how to get more women into leaderships roles, sustainability, or considering what skills to develop, it is clear that what is concerning lawyers is more than just the law. This series explores some of key issues that are keeping lawyers up at night.
EP1: LEGAL TECHNOLOGY
Colin Levy is a corporate lawyer and a legal tech evangelist. He speaks to Claire Rason about his passion for legal tech, issues around the adoption of legal tech and it's impact on law firms.
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EP2: BEING IN-HOUSE
William Johnson, GC at BMW Group UK & Ireland joined Oliver Hansard to speak about his journey as a lawyer, on the importance of taking control of your own career in-house, and on how he and his team have navigated the pandemic.
EP3: CREATING LEADERS
Anthony Kearns helps lawyers become leaders.
Anthony speaks to Claire about: the insights lawyers gain when they listen to their clients; why lawyers should be focused on, and understand, the value that they truly add; and how he is turning lawyers into leaders.
EP4: STORIES OF WOMEN IN LAW
Dana Denis-Smith is the CEO of Obelisk Support, she is also the Founder of the First 100 Years Project. She speaks to Claire Rason about why it is important that we look back in order to move forward. They speak about how to get more women into leadership and some of the challenges that have in the past got in the way.
EP5: SUSTAINABLE LEGAL
Pamela Cone works with firm leaders to address the growing expectations of all stakeholders - clients, prospects, employees, recruits and communities - around their firms' Social Impact and Sustainability programs. She talks to Oliver Hansard about what that entails and about what firms should be focused on.
EP6: THE SKILLS LAWYERS NEED
Ruth Heaton is the Head of Learning and Development at Gateley plc, she is also an executive coach. She speaks to Oliver about the skills that lawyers will need to face the future.