College of Law podcasts – Inside Track

The College of Law has asked me to present a series of 10 Podcasts on current legal issues which while aimed at prospective members of the profession will be of interest to qualified lawyers and non-lawyers who are interested in law alike.  I’m delighted to work with The College on this project and quite apart from enjoying working with the College of Law multi-media team , I get to do it in a very snazzy radio studio over at their studio  in Bloomsbury and get to interview some interesting guests.

I’ll publish the guest list as soon as it is firmed up – but there are some fascinating people in our plans and  it will be a most enjoyable series for me to be involved with. We record the series in July and early August and they will go live on the College of Law website in September.  My style is exactly the same as my own podcasts.  The sound quality is, of course, better and they even have a signature tune for the series!

Listen to the first podcast with Des Hudson, Chief Executive of The Law Society talking with me about the opportunities and threats to the profession in relation to outsourcing in India, legal aid, Best Value Tendering and the shape of the profession under the Legal services Act coming in now with alternative business structures.  Des Hudson knows his stuff and this will be of interest to practitioners as well – of that I am confident.

Episode 1: Des Hudson, Chief Executive of The Law Society

9 thoughts on “College of Law podcasts – Inside Track

  1. I am fairly sure The College of Law is aware of my Smokedo and Rioja talents!

    I have to say… their virtual TV studio and radio/sound broadcasting kit is excellent – and the whole thing works like clockwork – they’re all TV/Radio bods you see!

    Have some interesting guests planned.

  2. Charon – Smokedo and Rioja are always welcome in our state of the art facility, I think us TV bods have been working on an exercise regime involving Rioja and smoking, but you’ve lead the way!

  3. could you query with them, while you have their attention, why so much of their otherwise borderline interesting CPD DVD thingumys are footage of a slightly bored looking woman nodding?

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