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Created by: Alma-Constance, Denis-Smith and Lucinda Acland

UK

Started: December 31st, 2020

Status: Active, 46 episodes

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Language: English

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Do you have to go to court to resolve disputes?
00:27:30 | Season: 4 | Episode: 9 | April 22nd, 2024

Going to court can be lengthy, expensive and leave people feeling dissatisfied with the outcome. Alma- Constance and Lucinda speak to Frederick Way who is a Senior Dispute Resolution Consultant, Mediator and Trainer the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR). He tells us 

What is the role of ethics in law?
00:23:49 | Season: 4 | Episode: 8 | March 19th, 2024

What does ethics mean and why is it so important in the legal system and can it ensure   that lawyers can be trusted? Alma- Constance and Lucinda speak to Richard Moorhead, Professor of Law and Professional Ethics at the University of Exeter Law School and Honorary Professor of Law at UCL. He is also a member of the Horizon Compensation Advisory Board in relation to the Post Office Horizon scandal.

A look back at 3 Years of Kids Law!
00:25:02 | February 13th, 2024

Alma-Constance and Lucinda take a look back at the top 5 episodes over the 3 year lifespan of Kids Law podcast. 

How to practice law without going to university.
00:22:26 | Season: 4 | Episode: 6 | February 6th, 2024

Did you know that you don’t have to go to university to become a lawyer? Some 17,000 people have been trained to become chartered legal executives (CILEX lawyers) who are fully qualified legal professionals. 

How law centres tackle the causes of poverty and inequality in our communities
00:22:30 | Season: 4 | Episode: 4 | January 6th, 2024

Getting legal advice can be very expensive and many people can't afford it. Law centres are based in local communities to give free legal advice and assistance with social welfare problems such as homelessness, advice about welfare benefits and employment and immigration issues.  

What’s the difference between civil liberties and human rights?
00:26:51 | Season: 4 | Episode: 3 | December 1st, 2023

The UK  signed the European Convention on Human Rights, which covers both human rights and civil liberties, and it is part of our law.  But  how are they different? Alma-Constance and Lucinda talk to Shami Chakrabarti CBE, PC who sits in the House of Lords and is a human rights activist. She tells us:

Is the King above the law?
00:22:43 | Season: 4 | Episode: 2 | November 6th, 2023

In May 2023, King Charles III was crowned as the new monarch for the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. Part of his role, every year, the monarch is invited to open the new parliamentary session – and, this November,  King Charles III is opening Parliament for the first time as King.  Alma-Constance and Lucinda talk to Sir John Baker, an English legal historian who was the Downing professor of the laws of England at the University of Cambridge and he told us about the King’s role in making and upholding laws and the constitutional monarchy. 

How human rights can be used to protect children and promote equality.
00:26:04 | Season: 4 | Episode: 1 | October 10th, 2023

Human rights are for everyone, but some groups do not get access to them equally. Why is this and what can be done? Alma-Constance and Lucinda talk to Sultana Tafadar KC and her 11 year old daughter Safiyah, who tell us about their work and why they set up the Girls Human Rights Hub and:




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Created by: Alma-Constance, Denis-Smith and Lucinda Acland
Started: December 31st, 2020
Status: Active, 46 episodes
Kind: --Select--
Language: English

UK
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