10 episodes

William and Lonsdale explores the legal ecosystem in Victoria and the fascinating people and stories that make it tick. In season 1: Lives in the Law, host Michael Green interviews guests from all corners of the criminal justice system, delving into what keeps them motivated, passionate and engaged; their challenges, frustrations; and how their lives in the law have shaped them.

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William and Lonsdale explores the legal ecosystem in Victoria and the fascinating people and stories that make it tick. In season 1: Lives in the Law, host Michael Green interviews guests from all corners of the criminal justice system, delving into what keeps them motivated, passionate and engaged; their challenges, frustrations; and how their lives in the law have shaped them.

    Michael Duffy ONZ

    Michael Duffy ONZ

    It was a privilege and a delight to spend the afternoon with former Attorney General of Australia Michael Duffy ONZ. From his childhood in the country, to his practice in Queen Street; from member for Holt to a minister in the Hawke Government; he has a lot of wisdom and some great stories to share!

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    • 42 min
    Judge Arushan Pillay

    Judge Arushan Pillay

    County Court Judge Arushan Pillay is thoughtful, intelligent, funny and a great conversationalist. We follow his journey all the way from his early years in South Africa and childhood in Tasmania, to the unexpected phone call he received from the Hon Jill Hennessy in 2019.

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    • 40 min
    Shaun Braybrook ACM

    Shaun Braybrook ACM

    Shaun Braybrook has worked across many areas of the Victorian Justice System, supporting and empowering indigenous men and women. He is now the general manager of Wulgunggo Ngalu Learning Place in country Victoria, which provides Koori men on a Community Corrections Order an important opportunity to learn new skills, reconnect with or further strengthen their culture and participate in programs and activities to help them address their offending behaviour. It was an absolute pleasure to have Shaun on the show and learn more about the impactful work he does.

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    • 37 min
    Felicity Gerry QC

    Felicity Gerry QC

    Felicity Gerry QC has a dynamic and fascinating Life in the Law, taking her from Essex to Melbourne via Nottingham, Tenerife and Darwin (to name a few). She has worked in areas as varied as terrorism, cybercrime and human trafficking, with highlights including a stay of execution for a woman on death row in the Philippines and the celebrated R v Jogee case, which the BBC called “a genuine moment in legal history.”

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    • 38 min
    Peter Norden AO

    Peter Norden AO

    Our guest Peter Norden was the Chaplain at Pentridge Prison for over 10 years. He has studied and visited prison systems in the US, UK, Holland & Sweden and advocated for people within the justice system for many years. As you can imagine Peter has a unique perspective on our criminal justice system and has had a thoroughly fascinating Life in the Law.

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    • 53 min
    Daniel Ajak

    Daniel Ajak

    At 13 years old Daniel Ajak left the Kenyan refugee camp he grew up in, with his sister and a suitcase, bound for Australia. He had never left the camp before, let along boarded a plane or been overseas. A few days later he landed in Australia and would not see his parents again for 12 years. Daniel’s upbringing, work ethic, tenacity, community and vision all guided him to a dynamic Life in the Law, where he became a lawyer at Victorian Legal Aid and an active member of the Australia African community.

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    • 37 min

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