resources Podcasts

Join our host Rik Palmer as he discovers more about his guests, their careers, ambitions and any advice they can share. A series of light-hearted and fun conversations to find out about future careers and handy hints and tips to stand out from the crowd.

Anti-LGBTQ+ Hate crimes (Human rights mini series)

Join us for a conversation with Luke Hubbard, Criminology lecturer and PhD researcher as we discuss the Human rights of the LGBTQ+ community and the great changes that have been made, but also the changes we all want to see

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Black women in the UK justice system (Human rights mini series)

In our first Human Rights interview of the Series we talk with Lecturer and Human Rights researcher Angela Charles. Angela discusses the research she has completed on Black women in the UK justice system and whether in system is affective.

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Intro to Human Rights (Human rights mini series)

We are introducing a mini-series to our podcast based all around Human Rights. In this short episode we introduce the series as well as give a brief intro to Human Rights, as well as advice on how to get involved with it.

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Business Case study: Corporate Social Responsibility

Come and listen as me (Rik Palmer) and my colleague Antonia Merrick explore the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility and its role in business practices in today’s world. We also give some pointers for how to further develop your knowledge and build your experience.

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Telephone interviews

Join me for top tips on being successful in telephone interviews. These are an important part of many recruitment journeys, often used to sift out "Bad" candidates... but it turns out we all look bad if we don't plan correctly!

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Joanne Russell

In our first episode, we hear from Joanne Russell (Pro-Bono Co-Ordinator and practicing criminal solicitor) about how she started out as a lawyer and her steps along the way.

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Jo Lozinska

In this episode we get the chance to catch-up with Jo Lozinska (Business school career advisor) about video interviews which are being used more and more by businesses.

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Joanne Twomey

In this episode we get speak with a great barrister and friend of ULaw about her career... which is soaring. Joanne is a newly qualified Barrister in the very competitive area of civil law.

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Jennifer Schmidt-Petersen

In this episode we catch-up with Jenn, former Police Constable and current Policing Lecturer at The University of Law, as she helps us navigate the new routes into the police service.

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