The First 100 Years Podcast
By First 100 Years
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First 100 Years is a ground-breaking project recording the history of women in law since 1919. In 2019, the project will celebrate the centenary of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919 which paved the way for women to become lawyers for the first time. In collaboration with Goldman Sachs and Linklaters, this series of ten podcasts charts the history of women in the legal professions. Progressing decade-by-decade, the podcasts will be around 45-minute discussions between legal pioneers, historians, academics and legal practitioners based on key themes, including gender stereotypes, the work/life balance and diversity. The podcast series is presented by Lucinda Acland. Lucinda has been a volunteer for First 100 Years since November 2015 and is a qualified lawyer. She has experience of recording voice programmes both at the University of Law and Obelisk Support, as well as for the First 100 Years project, for the #OnTheRoll campaign. Find out more about the First 100 Years project at www.first100years.org.uk
||CleanEpisode 1: 1919-1929||Lucinda Acland, Professor Rosemary Auchmuty, Dr Mari Takayanagi, Alex Giles The first in the series, this podcast discusses the decade from 1919-1929. Join host Lucinda Acland and guests for a discussion of the fight that led up to the legal change in .||8 1 2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast Trailer||First 100 Years is launching a series of 10 podcasts, one per month, following the course of the 100 years of women in law. In collaboration with Goldman Sachs and Linklaters, this series of ten podcasts charts the history of women in the legal profess.||7 1 2019||Free||View in iTunes|
Highly professional and informative . Thank you
So interesting to hear about the history of women in law - a really unique podcast series. Now I can’t wait for the next episode!
Really great podcast and fantastic to hear the voice of women in law.