This is part 2 of my conversation with Tayla and Adair, solicitors at Kāhui legal, in which we talk about issues and experiences in law that matter most to them. These include their experiences of admission, of some misguided and tokenistic ways firms attempt to improve diversity in the profession, and of bringing te reo and Tikanga Māori into the way they practise. They were so generous with their perspectives and experience and I loved it all.
Tayla and Adair also contributed a chapter to my book The New Lawyer Companion: Essays on law, life and humanity, available to the public later in 2021.
This episode is Part 1 of a two part conversation with Tayla and Adair, two solicitors at Kāhui Legal. In this part we talk about their experiences of law school and their careers so far - what it has been like (excellent!) and how they made the decisions they did (through thoughtful experimentation!).
Tayla and Adair also contributed a chapter to my new book The New Lawyer Companion, which will be available to the public later in 2021.
Part 2 of the conversation will be available on 5 April 2021.
There is news in the New Lawyer Project world: LexisNexis has published a book by me! It is called The New Lawyer Companion: Essays on law, life and humanity and collects her previous writing together with new work. Listen to the episode or read the brand new "book" page on the website for more information. Available to the public later in 2021!