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This webcast and audience Q&A with Paul Rawlinson, Global Chairman of Baker McKenzie, covered law firm strategy and culture, as well as topical issues such as the potential effects of Brexit and a Trump presidency
With access to state secrets but working independent of government, David Anderson scrutinises the UK’s counter-terrorism laws and helps inform the public debate on surveillance and civil liberties. Interviewed for the IBA by the BBC’s Sally Bundock, he unpicks the controversial new Investigatory Powers Act and considers the future of intelligence and data sharing.
This webcast and audience Q&A with Funke Abimbola, General Counsel of Roche UK, explored the corporate compliance challenges facing the leading biotech company and the evolving role of in-house lawyers. The interview examined the legal aspects of supporting Roche’s pharmaceutical R&D and healthcare strategies, addressing issues such as company operations, risk management, and diversity in the profession. The interview was conducted by the BBC's Sally Bundock.
The fourth IBA webcast of 2015 featured David Morley, Senior Partner, Allen & Overy, and was broadcast live on 13 August at 14.30 BST. The interview was conducted by former CNN broadcast journalist Todd Benjamin. The webcast covered recent changes in the delivery of legal services, globalisation and social diversity in law firms. Morley also discussed changes in the banking and financial sector and his approach to law firm management and strategy
The third IBA webcast of 2015 featured José Ugaz, Chair of Transparency International (TI), and was broadcast live on 10 June. Ugaz is one of the world’s leading anti-corruption lawyers, During his time as Ad Hoc Attorney General of Peru, Ugaz prosecuted hundreds of government officials. He led the corruption case against the former President of Peru, Alberto Fujimori, who is currently serving a 25-year prison sentence.
The second IBA webcast of 2015 featured James Palmer, Senior Partner of Herbert Smith Freehills, and was broadcast live on 24 April. Discussion covered law firm management and strategy, and corporate governance among other themes.
The IBA’s first live webcast of 2015 featured Viviane Reding MEP, former EU Vice-President and the first Commissioner responsible for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship, broadcast live from the European Parliament on 17 March.
Navi Pillay, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, was the interviewee for a wide-ranging IBA webcast and Q&A, broadcast on Friday 30 May 2014 as part of the IBA's webcast series. A South African of Indian Tamil origin, Ms Pillay served as the first non-white female judge of the High Court of South Africa and President of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda before taking up her post at the UN in 2008.