A podcast about legal education to help students navigate an increasingly complex set of career path choices, and build the mind-set of being a life-long learner. We're here to promote innovative education, and diverse workforces by democratising access to career advice from both experts and current students alike.
We are all told to collaborate and be good at team work, but what does it actually mean? To launch our mini-series looking at different skills, Nigel and Simon from the ReImagine Law team discuss the practical realities of collaboration.
Clinical Legal Education: the power of helping
This episodes shines a light on clinical legal education explaining what it is and how it can benefit students in their education, offering work experience opportunities and building confidence and skills.
International Careers - Think Big!
The legal sector presents many opportunities to build an international career. This episode focuses on the opportunities for courses and careers which span different countries, exploring how they can build your agility, develop a wide range of skill-sets, the knowledge of different legal systems, and help you to ‘think big’.
Working in the Legal Sector Without Being a Lawyer
Not everyone who is interested in a career in the legal sector will want to become a lawyer; and many people who either graduate with a law degree or qualify as lawyers find other rewarding roles in firms which are not as fee earners. This episodes explores roles in marketing and learning and development within law firms.
The Future Legal Landscape
What might a legal service provider look like in the future, how will firms best serve their clients, and what does this mean for those now beginning their careers? In this episode we discuss these issues with legal innovation expert David Halliwell, Partner at Pinsent Masons, scanning the horizon of the legal services market.
Barristers - It’s More Than Just Wigs and Gowns!
This episodes looks into the role of a self-employed barrister at the independent bar, and the special and unique collaboration between clerks and barristers to run the business of a set of chambers.