#Without Prejudice 6: Tomlinson – Separation of powers and injunctions – Privacy – and The Role of GCs

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Tim Bratton blogs in a personal capacity – and his latest post: One for the students: so, you want to work at Big Law? is a good one for law students, particularly.

David Allen Green, solicitor,  is the author of the Jack of Kent blog and is the legal correspondent  at The New Statesman.  Carl Gardner is an ex-government lawyer and is the author of the Head of Legal blog

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I’d like to thank Lawtel, WestlawCassons For Counsel, City University Law School David Phillips & Partners Solicitors, Inksters SolicitorsIken, LBC Wise Counsel, Carrs Solicitors,  JMW Solicitors – Manchester, Pannone and Cellmark for sponsoring the podcast  – and the free student materials on Insite Law – appreciated.

6 thoughts on “#Without Prejudice 6: Tomlinson – Separation of powers and injunctions – Privacy – and The Role of GCs

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  3. Great show: a bit of constructive feedback though. Your audio levels are rather low and it is hard to hear the podcast across the room, even with my speakers at max. This is not a complaint, as most of the great podcasts start out needing some tweaking of the audio.

  4. Seconded; I have this on my MP3 player with volume at max and it can still be a bit quiet.
    As a temporary fix, Tom, you could use MP3Gain to increase the volume of the file.

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