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  • Lawcast 167: With Carl Gardner on the 55% dissolution rule and the civil liberties reforms set out in the LibCon Coalition Agreement

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  • I am looking forward to Podcast/Lawcast #150 .... with you

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  • CEO of BPP Law School on the LPC and legal education Lawcast 106: Roger Smith, Director of Justice, on civil liberties and human rights.

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  • Lawcast 117: Kevin Brown, Manchester University on doing a Ph. D and a career in academe.

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  • Lawcast 123: Alasdair Pearce about his law degree studies at Cambridge University Lawcast 122: Ekaterina Zelenova, Barrister on her search for pupillage Lawcast 120: Paul Marsh, President of The Law Society, on the future of the profession after recession.

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  • Lawcast 124: Jacqui Gilliat, Barrister, on the problems arising out of the reduction of legal aid in family cases.

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  • Lawcast 118: Nottingham Law School on the development in the LPC for Autumn 2009

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  • Lawcast 120: Paul Marsh, President of The Law Society, on the future of the profession after recession.

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  • Lawcast 129: Professor Steve Molyneux - the magistrate who resigned after a complaint following his use of Twitter Lawcast 128: Damian Green MP - the decision of the DPP not to prosecute and the position of The Home Secretary Lawcast 126: Professor John Flood - Globalisation of law, G20 and other matters Lawcast 125: US lawyer Craig Williams on podcasting and his upcoming Blawg Review #206

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  • Lawcast 126: Professor John Flood - Globalisation of law, G20 and other matters Lawcast 125: US lawyer Craig Williams on podcasting and his upcoming Blawg Review #206

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