Inspiring People in Law
A podcast series focused on the career stories of extraordinary people in the law, ranging from the first transgender person elected as a trial judge in the US, one of the first African Americans to be appointed to the Michigan Supreme Court and the former mayor of Detroit, trailblazers in international corporate law and international criminal law and others.Return To Hub
14. Kate Colleary of Pembroke Privacy – Why Trust is the New Gold and a Quest to Make the Complex SimpleKate Colleary is the director at Pembroke Privacy, a data protection consulting practice, a firm she established in 2019. To assist organizations and their data protection officers achieve compliance with privacy laws. She is the country leader of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) as well as a practicing solicitor....
Meriam Nazih Al-Rashid of Eversheds Sutherland – Rethinking International Arbitration for a World Worth Living InMeriam Nazih Al-Rashid is Global Co-Chair of International Arbitration and Co-head of the Latin American Arbitration practice at Eversheds Sutherland and is based in the New York City area. She is also an adjunct professor of law at Fordham University Law School, a peer review board member of the American Review of International Arbitration, a comm...
I. Stephanie Boyce, President of the Law Society of England and Wales – Persevering Until Something HappensI. Stephanie Boyce is President of the Law Society of England and Wales. She is its 177th President, the sixth female and the first person of color to hold the role. She has had an extensive career in law, including periods of The Pensions Regulator in her own consulting firm, and as a former clerk at the disciplinary and regulatory committees at t...
Inspiring People in Law Resources
- Walter White
- Dr. Margaret Casely-Hayford
- Kip Hale
- Carolyn Saunders
- Dennis Archer
Inspiring People in Law Themes
Victoria Kolokowski discusses her first legal role, which she moved into after law school, following her transition to become a woman 24.18 to 28.33
Dennis Archer discusses his impressions of diversity in the law: 25.41 to 28.17
Perry Zizzi discusses the change in inclusion in the legal profession since he entered in 1995, and shares his thoughts as to changes that remote working as it came about during the pandemic will cause: 11.02 to 15.51
Margaret Casely-Hayford comments on how diversity in law has been slow to change: 9.34 to 12.37 and 13.07 to 17.48
Kip Hale shares some of the high and low points so far of his career in international law: 10.43 to 14.57
Go to our Meditations Hub for a series of free inspiring meditations. Whether you want to start the day with a positive mindset, reset during the day, calm your mind or draw upon the power to forgive, these reflections will encourage you to give yourself this time.
Go to our Coaching Hub for videos from some of our inspiring guests and coaches to help with your career and personal development.
Hear from Oli Shakir-Khalil about his mental health advocacy here: Listen from 6.30 to 12.5 on Apple or Spotify.
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