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No Disputing That Podcast is Back!



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No Disputing That podcast

In this first episode of Season Two, I'm joined by Sue Prince, a Law Professor at the University of Exeter. Sue and I have a conversation about how she challenges conventional views in legal education and the importance of preparing law students and mediators for the future.


During our discussion, we touch on several topics, including the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in the legal field, the use of avatars in training, and the potential risks associated with making mediation services free or low-cost.


Towards the end of this episode, I take a moment to reflect on my personal life and share some heartfelt words about my late older brother, George, and my mum, both of whom passed away since our last recording. As a tribute to George, who was an incredibly talented musician, we've decided to conclude each episode with a jingle that he composed and performed during the lockdown. I'd greatly appreciate it if you could stay tuned and listen to George playing us out with his Hunt ADR tune recored during lockdown.


You can access No Disputing That wherever you get your podcasts, including Spotify, Apple Podcasts and YouTube.


Lastly, I kindly request you to subscribe to our show and help us reach a larger audience by sharing it with others. Your support means a great deal to us.



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