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Podcast explores access to justice

In our latest podcast episode, ‘Access to Justice’, we are joined by guests Jane Basham, former Chief Executive Officer of Norfolk Community Law Service (NCLS) and Polly Morgan, Associate Professor in Law at the University of East Anglia (UEA) and director of the university’s law clinic.

The episode was recorded ahead of Jane leaving her role with NCLS earlier this year, and explores the collaborative relationship the charity has with the local legal community, the UEA, and generally the barriers people can face in accessing legal support.

An interesting listen on how people access legal advice and the diverse scope of social welfare law – as well as for both practicing and future lawyers who would like to support and get involved.

You + Us and the law

Fosters Solicitors are excited to bring you a series of podcasts looking at life in and around the legal industry.

Each episode we meet with a new guest to discuss their life, career and interests and to chat through how they interact with the legal industry and what they really think about it.

There are no legal updates here – only conversation about what life as a lawyer is really like and how our industry touches the lives of those connected to it.

If you would like to share any thoughts or comments with us, or suggest a topic for a future podcast, please contact us via podcast@fosters-solicitors.co.uk

For more information and to take a listen at all our available episodes, please visit our podcasts page.

This article was produced on the 28th September 2023 for information purposes only and should not be construed or relied upon as specific legal advice.