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Amanda Smidt is a careers practitioner at the Career Development Company and spends her work life shepherding others to authentic and sustainable career decisions. She loves crossroads conversations almost as much as me. We discussed her career, how she leads career conversations with her clients, and the best work you can do to find the best work …
 
In this episode I chat with Sarah Alderson from PocketLegal about her ten years in practice in New Zealand and Australia, including how she went about finding jobs throughout, leading to her recent move to establish her CPD and networking business. It was so lovely to talk about finding fit and non-formulaic ways through one's career, and how she i…
 
In this episode Sacha Judd, a lawyer for 20 years turned innovation and technology advisor, talks technology law, non-linear career choices, and the systemic nature of legal culture, not to mention practice in Hong Kong and Singapore, study at LSE, and partnership at 32. No introduction needed! You can read The Spinoff's reproduction of Sacha's spe…
 
In this episode I spoke to Cassandra Kenworthy, a junior barrister from Wellington, about almost everything in the world. We went from her science background to how she found law to academic writing to animal law to participation in legal profession groups to practising with a chronic illness to networking without networking to all kinds of other t…
 
John Mackintosh talks Stepping Up and choosing sole practice, law-adjacent paths, and bringing your outside passions into legal practice. Click here to get details on John's webinar for new lawyers "Making your way in your first law job", coming 20 February 2019 from CCH.By Symphony Law
 
Grad solicitor Alice talks finding a job, the transition from law school to practice, and the value of cultural know-how. Read this episode's blog post here, sign up for a monthly digest of columns and podcasts here, or submit a question for LexisNexis' Dear Katie over here.By Symphony Law
 
In this episode I talked to Duncan Webb, MP for Christchurch Central and co-author of your ethics textbook, about his career as a litigation lawyer, academic and now Parliamentarian. We talked about how you can make a difference in non-traditional routes, what he wish he'd known from the beginning (nothing more than he did), his work for Christchur…
 
This episode was so full of joy, and has filled my mind with all kinds of sparks and excitement since we recorded it a few weeks ago. Lisa is the Director of Defence Legal Services and Military Prosecutions and boy does she have an interesting career to talk about. We talked how law is used in the army, military codes, international law, Lisa's exp…
 
Zylpha is a second career lawyer who now works for the Law Society in its Canterbury-Westland branch office. She is also one of five people manning NZLS' new Law Care phoneline (0800 0800 28). We talked a lot about bullying and harassment and the complex ways of responding to a complex systemic problem, and it was STILL really fun.…
 
In this episode I speak with Justice Kós, sitting President of the Court of Appeal, and at different times a litigator, an academic, and a teacher. We talked about his reasons for becoming a lawyer (another count for "good at English"), and his reasons for staying one (law as vocation); his perspective on the bench, both from appearing in front of …
 
Nichola is a senior legal and policy advisor at the Law Commission who has worked in private firms in New Zealand and the UK. We talk public service, finding the right fit for who you are as a person, and working parenthood.For more information, see the blog post for this episode at http://thenewlawyer.co.nz.…
 
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