24 episodes

The Women in Family Law mission is to connect, encourage and promote professional women across the field of family law in England and Wales.

https://womeninfamilylaw.net/

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    • Business
    • 4.6 • 12 Ratings

The Women in Family Law mission is to connect, encourage and promote professional women across the field of family law in England and Wales.

https://womeninfamilylaw.net/

    In Conversation with Nichole Farrow

    In Conversation with Nichole Farrow

    Suzanne Kingston talks to Nichole Farrow: Divorce Coach and Resident Coach on BBC 5 live.
     
    Nichole Farrow on Twitter
     
    Please visit our website womeninfamilylaw.net; follow us on Twitter and Instagram @WiFLaw; and follow, rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts. 

    Our theme music is Low Tide by Sam Hare, available on Spotify and Apple.
    (Recorded January 2022).

    • 27 min
    In Conversation with Jane Croft

    In Conversation with Jane Croft

    Suzanne Kingston talks to Jane Croft, Journalist for the Financial Times covering law courts.
     
    Jane Croft on Twitter
     
    Please visit our website womeninfamilylaw.net; follow us on Twitter and Instagram @WiFLaw; and follow, rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts. 

    Our theme music is Low Tide by Sam Hare, available on Spotify and Apple.
    (Recorded December 2021).

    • 19 min
    In Conversation with Susie Wakefield and Alexandra Anderson

    In Conversation with Susie Wakefield and Alexandra Anderson

    Suzanne Kingston talks to Susie Wakefield, Partner at Shoosmiths, and Alexandra Anderson, Partner at RPC
    Susie Wakefield - Shoosmiths LLP
    Alexandra Anderson  - RPC
    Shoosmiths on Twitter
    Alexandra Anderson on Twitter
    Please visit our website womeninfamilylaw.net; follow us on Twitter and Instagram @WiFLaw; and follow, rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts. 
    Our theme music is Low Tide by Sam Hare, available on Spotify and Apple.
    (Recorded November 2021).

    • 26 min
    In Conversation with Paul Donovan

    In Conversation with Paul Donovan

    Suzanne Kingston talks to Paul Donovan, Managing Director and Chief Economist for UBS Global Wealth Management, and author of Profit and Prejudice: the Luddites of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
    Paul Donovan on Twitter
    Please visit our website womeninfamilylaw.net; follow us on Twitter and Instagram @WiFLaw; and follow, rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts. 
    Our theme music is Low Tide by Sam Hare, available on Spotify and Apple.
    (Recorded October 2021).

    • 21 min
    In Conversation with Kate Roberts

    In Conversation with Kate Roberts

    Suzanne Kingston talks to Kate Roberts, founder and CEO of The Body Agency; co-founder of Maverick Collective and also host of the podcast Sex, Body and Soul.
    Kate Roberts on Twitter
    Please visit our website womeninfamilylaw.net; follow us on Twitter and Instagram @WiFLaw; and follow, rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts. 
    Our theme music is Low Tide by Sam Hare, available on Spotify and Apple.
    (Recorded September 2021).

    • 27 min
    In Conversation with Katherine Rayden

    In Conversation with Katherine Rayden

    Suzanne Kingston talks to Katherine Rayden, Senior Partner at - and founder of - Rayden Solicitors (recorded September 2021).
    Katherine Rayden on Twitter
    Please visit our website womeninfamilylaw.net; follow us on Twitter and Instagram @WiFLaw; and follow, rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts. 
    Our theme music is Low Tide by Sam Hare, available on Spotify and Apple.

     

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

KatherineRayden ,

WiFL

This series of podcasts is so interesting- such a diverse range of speakers interviewed with style and in such a relaxed way by Suzanne Kingston..

Charlotte-Hughes ,

Informative and accessible!

This podcast is brilliant and breaks down issues with clarity and dynamism.

thethousandnaturalshocks ,

Not just for lawyers

Women in Family Law is a really important and wonderful undertaking. And I say that as neither a lawyer nor a woman. These podcasts are full of interesting accounts from professionals on how they’ve got to where they are and how they’ve addressed barriers and challenges along the way. They’re easily digestible and packed with up-to-date information about the world of family law and wellbeing. Highly recommended.

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