A diverse workforce is a commercial advantage, so forward-thinking employers won’t wait for gender balance
Employment Issues / In the News / Legal Topics

A diverse workforce is a commercial advantage, so forward-thinking employers won’t wait for gender balance

I was recently invited to join a panel at Womanthology‘s inaugural Thought Leaders event.  Although the topics of discussion were quite wide-ranging, action points from across all sectors and types of organisation emerged. Although the legal foundations of gender diversity are slow to develop, change is being driven by an ever expanding group of practical activists … Continue reading

Comment: Motherboard’s guide to algorithmic morphing
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Comment: Motherboard’s guide to algorithmic morphing

Following the success of the talk I gave alongside Catherine Chapman at the ‘Blinding Pleasures’ exhibition in London last year, the show’s curator Filippo Lorenzin invited me to provide some comments for an article he was writing for Vice’s ‘Motherboard’ website in Italy. Your can read the whole thing here (in Italian), but for anyone … Continue reading

Law matters – employment law for start-ups & SMEs video
Employment Issues / Legal Topics / Social Media

Law matters – employment law for start-ups & SMEs video

I joined Ellie Silson at Sage UK’s London office to introduce employment law issues for SMEs and start-ups in a short video for Facebook Live. We talk about the importance of contracts and getting them right from the start; what issues employers need to look out for in the coming year and the effect of … Continue reading

Video: Interview tips and how to stand out in a law firm
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Video: Interview tips and how to stand out in a law firm

I spoke with Thomson Reuters recently to pass on some tips for aspiring lawyers who might be attending interviews or taking work experience. Some of this might be common sense, but it comes from the numerous graduate recruitment interviews and assessments I’ve moderated and conversations with colleagues and recruiters across the legal sector. If you find … Continue reading

Celebrity injunction: In the digital age, will we see a civil court with worldwide jurisdiction?
Legal Topics / Social Media

Celebrity injunction: In the digital age, will we see a civil court with worldwide jurisdiction?

If you’re reading this, I am pretty sure you will already know the real identity of PJS and YMA – the pseudonyms of a well-known celebrity married couple – who have been fighting since January to keep their names out of the British press. But in 2016, when the internet and social media drive and dominate the news and … Continue reading