February 12, 2021
Our host and family law expert Zahra Pabani explores how to find love in lockdown, and how to protect yourself when you do.
Join Zahra as she chats with Rachel Maclynn, founder of exclusive matchmaking agency the Vida Consultancy, about how she works with clients to help build connections and ultimately make love matches and Annabel Bosman, Head of Relationship Management for the Royal Bank of Canada, who's sharing her experiences of how her clients deal with new love and protecting their wealth.
January 19, 2021
Every year around 850 lives are lost to cervical cancer in the UK and it’s the fourth most common cancer among women globally. Yet it’s a preventable and curable disease if detected and treated early.
During cervical cancer awareness week, we talk about the importance of early diagnosis and regular screening and consider the impact COVID-19 is having on this.
Listen now to find out more about the potential symptoms to look out for, the treatment currently available and why letters sent out to women at risk can cause unnecessary worry, which is amplified by the ongoing pandemic.
January 6, 2021
The Brexit deal will change how your company deals with employees, data and more, but there’s one key issue in particular to address.
You need to understand how the deal affects overseas trade and your supply chain, and our latest podcast will help you do this.
This exclusive Brexit episode of our podcast features our experts in conversation with Andrew Baxter of transport and logistics company Europa Worldwide.
Listen now to learn how Europa Worldwide prepared their business for Brexit, and get up-to-the-minute legal advice on protecting your trading relationships.
December 10, 2020
Having food on the table and a roof over our heads is a basic human right, yet in 2020 when the world has become almost unrecognisable at times, many people are struggling for these simple necessities.
We invited Patsy Davies, Assistant Project Manager at Manchester Foodbank, Ben Richardson, Charity Director at Caring in Bristol and Ian Wilkins, Fundraising and Relationships Manager at Crawley Open House to join us for a special edition of our Irwin Mitchell podcast.
November 19, 2020
During Road Safety Week, our latest podcast reflects on the often life-changing impact of a road traffic collision and considers how they can be prevented as the dark nights draw in and the winter weather arrives.
November 9, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent social distancing measures have changed the way rehabilitation is delivered forever. As we find ourselves in lockdown again, our latest podcast looks at the positive and negative impact of virtual support and considers what this will mean in the future.
November 2, 2020
Are you thinking about a career in law? Whether you’re considering the first step in your career or looking to change your line of work, you might wonder what life is like as a trainee solicitor.
Training Principal and partner Emma Rush hosts this special edition of the Irwin Mitchell Podcast, designed specifically for those considering applying for a 2023 training contract.
October 22, 2020
Our latest podcast takes an in-depth look at the emotional, financial and legal issues that can arise when separating in later life, and how those effected can protect themselves.
September 23, 2020
Mesothelioma is a type of cancer that is usually associated with asbestos exposure and every year 2,500 people sadly lose their lives to this condition.
Our latest podcast takes an in-depth look at the terminal illness with the help of our client whose incredible story of survival has been published in his brand new book, Cancer & Pisces.
September 11, 2020
Every single hour five people in the UK die from Sepsis. The illness takes over 48,000 lives a year – yet it is still known as the silent killer.
As part of World Sepsis Day we invited two very special guests onto our latest podcast to take an in-depth look at the illness, the warning signs and why raising awareness has never been more important due to COVID-19.