100 episodes

LAWYERED is a bi-weekly, independent podcast show that takes a critical look on Canadian legal issues.

Each episode features a conversation with a different legal professional who will provide their insight on recent developments in the law.

Lawyered Husein Panju

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    • 4.6 • 16 Ratings

LAWYERED is a bi-weekly, independent podcast show that takes a critical look on Canadian legal issues.

Each episode features a conversation with a different legal professional who will provide their insight on recent developments in the law.

    Mental Health in the Legal Profession (ft. Doron Gold)

    Mental Health in the Legal Profession (ft. Doron Gold)

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    Episode Transcript is HERE

    In this bonus preview episode, we're having a timely and candid conversation about mental health in the legal profession, featuring psychotherapist, clinician and former lawyer, Doron Gold.
    This discussion features a thoughtful look at the spectrum of mental health issues with practical solutions as well. We cover such questions as:
    🔵 Why is the legal profession uniquely impacted by mental health issues?
    🔵 What are some practical things that can improve the mental health environment in law school and in the legal profession?
    🔵 How do we reconcile the tension between perfectionism and diligence?
    🔵 What does it look like to model humanity in the workplace?
    🔵 Is there reasons to be optimistic about the future of law?

    Key Resources:
    Member Assistance Program Doron Gold - The Lawyer Therapist
    NOTE: While the episode preview above is available for everyone, the full 75-minute version of this bonus episode is available exclusively for members of the Lawyered Patreon community. If you want to hear all of our bonus episodes (and unlock more bonus content), check out our Patreon page HERE!

    • 49 min
    Ask-Me-Anything: Internet Law

    Ask-Me-Anything: Internet Law

    In our Ask-Me-Anything segment with Michael Geist, we cover the internet law questions from members of the Lawyered Patreon community:
    🔵 How does the “right to forgotten” apply in the Canadian context?
    🔵 How effective will Bill C-26  be in addressing hate speech on the internet?
    🔵 How do countries assert jurisdiction over the internet, given that it is inherently global?
    🔵 How have courts addressed the concept of net neutrality in their decisions?
    🔵 What do you foresee as some of the upcoming legal issues that internet lawyers will deal with?

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    • 18 min
    Canada's First Site-Blocking Order

    Canada's First Site-Blocking Order

    In part three of our internet law interview with Michael Geist, we discuss the impacts of Canada’s first-ever website-blocking order (Teksavvy Solutions Inc. v. Bell Media Inc.)
     
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    • 12 min
    Online Harms and Social Media

    Online Harms and Social Media

    In part two of our internet law interview with Michael Geist, we chat about the legal issues engaged by the federal government’s proposals to address online harms.

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    • 13 min
    Bill C-10: The Controversy Around Regulating Digital Broadcasters

    Bill C-10: The Controversy Around Regulating Digital Broadcasters

    In part one of our internet law interview with Michael Geist, we chat about the controversial Bill C-10 and free speech considerations in regulating the internet.

    • 12 min
    70: Internet Law (Michael Geist)

    70: Internet Law (Michael Geist)

    We're closing out Season 7 with a conversation about internet law, featuring Michael Geist, one of the leading thinkers on technology law and policy.

    Topics: Bill C-10 and Internet regulation; proposals to combat online harm; site-blocking orders; and more.

    ⚫  What is the controversy around Bill C-10 illustrating about how speech regulation works on the Internet? (8:43)
    ⚫  What are the practical and legal considerations for removing harmful content on digital platforms? (18:32)
    ⚫ What are the impacts of the first-ever website-blocking order by a Canadian court? (28:34)
    ⚫  Our Ask-Me-Anything segment, featuring questions submitted by patrons of the Lawyered community (37:39)
    🔵  How does the “right to forgotten” apply in the Canadian context? (38:26)
    🔵  How effective would Bill C-26 be in addressing hate speech on the Internet? (41:23)
    🔵  How do countries assert jurisdiction over the internet, given that it is inherently global? (44:05)
    🔵  How have courts addressed the concept of net neutrality in their decisions? (46:55)
    🔵  What do you foresee as some of the upcoming legal issues that internet lawyers will deal with? (50:09)


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    • 55 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

AliCPA99 ,

If you’re a lawyer, you gotta listen to this!!

I work as an accountant but interact and do business with lawyers quite frequently. I have to say, if you’re a new lawyer in the industry or looking to break in, you gotta tune in to this podcast!! The insights and content you’ll get are totally worth it!!!

Rhlive99 ,

Quality Canadian Legal Updates

Hi husein i think you have a great podcast and deliver unique insight into legal issues. my only recommendation is with respect to the sound quality, which i hope will improve as the show progresses. also you should consider whether your show could offer CPD credits, as I'm aware of one other canadian law podcast that currently does this.

Roenick11111 ,

Great Podcast

As a law student, it’s great to hear opinions from practitioners rather than professors. It’s a great podcast!

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