The Legal 500 Podcast brings together insights from over 30 years of market-leading research and content, updates and advice from our editors, and appearances from influential members of the legal community.
The Legal 500 Podcast: Season 2 Episode 10
David Koehne is joined by Alesya Pavlynska from Ukrainian firm Arzinger, Anna Hałas-Krawczyk from Greenberg Traurig’s Warsaw office and Katie Newbury from Kingsley Napley in London to discuss the issues facing civilians displaced by the Russian invasion of Ukraine and thinking about how the international legal community is getting involved.
Multilaw Ukraine Crisis Support Centre: https://www.multilaw.com/Multilaw/Ukraine_Crisis_Support_Centre.aspx
The Legal 500 Podcast: Season 2 Episode 9
Barnaby Merrill speaks to Tony Randle, head of Shoosmiths Connected Services, and Sarah Holford, Head of Legal and Compliance at Scania and a client of Shoosmiths. The panel discusses developments in client services on the law firm side and the evolution in what clients are asking from their legal advisors.
The Legal 500 Podcast: Season 2 Episode 8
Barnaby Merrill is joined by three barristers at Red Lion Chambers: Richard Sutton QC, Barnaby Jameson QC, and Jade Bucklow, to discuss combining life at the Bar with other pastimes, as well as the wider importance of work-life balance in the demanding world of law.
The Legal 500 Podcast: Season 2 Episode 7
With the launch of the EMEA edition of The Legal 500 Global Green Guide, Barnaby chats to Anna Baubock, editor of the Green Guide and The Legal 500 US about how the Green Guide came about, the findings from the inaugural edition, and how firms and in-house counsel can get involved, as well as plans for the Guide moving forward.
Check out the Global Green Guide: https://www.legal500.com/global-green-guide/
The Legal 500 Podcast: Season 2 Episode 6
Barnaby Merrill sat down with Kokila Alagh of KARM Legal Consultants in the UAE to discuss blockchain technology, and its applications for the future of the healthcare sector.
The Legal 500 Podcast: Season 2 Episode 5
Barnaby Merrill sits down with Aisha Choudhury from Bates Wells to discuss impacts of Brexit on immigration law, and how these changes can be met by employers.