GCU Law podcast is a student run podcast. We talk to individuals in the Scottish legal profession about their career journeys, their experience in the profession and any advice they have for our students.
Jamie Stewart, a Trainee Solicitor at BTO Solicitors, speaks to Amanjit, Seonaid and Jodie about employability.
GCU Law Clinic Podcast w/ Lauren Bowie
In this podcast, we welcomed Lauren Bowie, founder of Legable, to speak to us about social mobility in the legal sector!
Cameron-Wong McDermott, a Scots-qualified solicitor working for the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) in Scotland, talks to Seonaid and Eisa about his career journey.
Cameron speaks about his career journey, from law student to working at the European Court of Human Rights and now at the EHRC.
Cameron goes on to speak about equality and diversity in the profession and speaks about his own experiences.
Lastly, Cameron gives some great advice to young law students who want to work in human rights law.
Caitlin Alexander an LLB and Diploma graduate speaks to Seonaid and Eisa about her Career journey in law.
Caitlin talks about what the career is like for someone who identifies with 3 minority groups - woman, disabled and LGBTQIA+.
Caitlin additionally speaks about what her advice for law students would be and what the profession needs to do to become a more equal space.
Amanda Millar, the first visibly LGBTQ+ President of the Law Society talks about her experiences within the field of law.
Amanda talks about her career so far, what it’s like being the first visibly LGBT President, her hopes are for equality in the profession, and her advice to students on how to be better LGBT allies?
Eisa Mahmmod a current third-year LLB student and Media Manager of the Law clinic talks about his experience as an ethnic minority law student.
In this Podcast Eisa talks about why he got into law, the struggles being an ethnic minority in law, the help he has gotten and what he believes needs to be done in the legal field regarding ethnic diversity.