• David Beckham drives wife Victoria around London… after driving ban  – News Live
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    David Beckham drives wife Victoria around London… after driving ban – News Live

    He was stripped of his driving licence in May after he was caught with his phone on his knee while driving his £100k Bentley  And, David Beckham was spotted driving wife Victoria around London in her Mercedes 6 3 AMG G Wagon on Monday morning, after his six months driving ban was lifted. The former footballer, 44, and the fashion designer, 45, both dressed in casual black attire for their outing    At the time David was ordered to pay a £750 fine and had six points added to his licence, after admitting to using his phone while driving in November He was banned from the roads by District Judge Catherine Moore, who added…

  • HoloLens Radiology Trial
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    HoloLens Radiology Trial

    I’m delighted to work with the Digital Learning Hub team at Imperial College to provide hololens augmented reality simulation training for the first time actually in the world in this particular field in this particular setting as far as we know. Today we have invited junior trainees to have simulation course and the core IR or interventional radiology skills. They are practicing guiding biopsy needles and reneges into target lesions. The simulation they are working on is constructed from real patient CT and they are using real needles and ablation devices. The hololens simulation provides us not only with a correct imaging placement but also with the tactile feedback all…

  • Kingston Law School: 50 years of legal education and research
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    Kingston Law School: 50 years of legal education and research

    It’s a great landmark that the law school has reached its 50th anniversary, and I think it’s got an enormous amount to be proud of. It’s a well-known law school. It’s got a fantastic reputation in legal skills, practical skills like mooting and client interviewing and negotiation. It’s so much more than just studying law, you know. The subjects are amazing and they’re catered to you, so you don’t just study all the topics that you don’t want to. In the third year you get the chance to actually choose what you want to do. So whether its family law, or dispute resolution you get to decide what you like…

  • Jason from Hong Kong – International Student – LLB Law Degree
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    Jason from Hong Kong – International Student – LLB Law Degree

    Hi-de-ho. Cheuk Hin Chiu (Jason Chiu) [Name spoken in Cantonese] Middlesex University. I chose Middlesex University because it recognised in Hong Kong in general UK degrees are well recognised all over the world. It has lots of people who come from different countries so it really allows me to discover different cultures all over the world. London is really good because it has lots of theatre or museums or library which allows me to discover a lot of information and culture. London also has a good location. I am able to go to the other places in Europe which is really convenient for me to do so. The campus provides…

  • Medical Negligence Compensation Claims – Pannone Solicitors
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    Medical Negligence Compensation Claims – Pannone Solicitors

    We are ranked No 1 in the North West. This is our specialty, something we have been doing for 30 years. You are not just getting an individual when you come to Pannone but you are getting a team. We think we are the best quite simply. Medical negligence affects a whole breadth of the community, not one particular group. We work with people from all over the country and from all walks of life. The benefit of Pannone is really the wealth of experience in the department and I firmly believe that it is second to none. There are almost 30 people in the team who do this type…

  • Advocate for social justice, freedom of movement and children’s rights #351 Ilona
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    Advocate for social justice, freedom of movement and children’s rights #351 Ilona

    I worked for a comms agency that’s worked with the European Delegation as Slovenia was preparing to join the EU. We had a referendum of our own and it was the vast majority of people, I think about 89%, voted to join the EU. And so I really grew to believe in the dream of why Europe had been set up, or the European Union had come about as a way of integrating countries. I came to London originally to study, I did Social Psychology, and I was interested in a career in a social justice organisation, particularly working with children and young people. We’re doing a lot at the…

  • Trainees and their Supervisors – The Forsters More Than Law Podcast – Episode 12
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    Trainees and their Supervisors – The Forsters More Than Law Podcast – Episode 12

    Welcome to the Forsters More Than Law podcast. I’m Miri Stickland, Knowledge Development lawyer in the Commercial Real Estate team. Joining me today is Emily Holdstock. She is a senior associate in our construction team. And also Tamsin Collingridge, who is a first-year trainee in our construction team, but who obviously exudes the confidence of a second year trainee because that’s what I thought she was! Hello. Morning. Welcome. Emily and Tamsin have agreed to join me to talk about the special relationship between trainees and their supervisors. So, for the uninitiated, Helen Marsh is our training principal here at the firm and she’s got overall responsibility for trainees. But…

  • Finding The Right Conveyancer or Solicitor
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    Finding The Right Conveyancer or Solicitor

    Alex: When you come to buy or sell a property please always ensure you use a good quality conveyancing solicitor. People sometimes think this is a easy way to cut a corner and save a bit of money when actually it’s the very thing that will cost them personally down the line. So, one side of things, when you come to sell, a good quality solicitor will prepare everything in advance, remain proactive throughout and most importantly will be the single point of contact throughout the process. Going through a mass volume, conveyor belt type solicitor is really not the way to go. I recently came across a situation, it…

  • 5 Key Questions for Polish Women with a UK Property Dispute
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    5 Key Questions for Polish Women with a UK Property Dispute

    Well, Good afternoon to you, it’s Alex Woods here posting a video from the luxurious surroundings of the Mercure hotel in Lublin Poland and I’m here with my capable assistant Solomiia Popovych to attend a conference here about food industry in fact about exporting and manufacturing exporting food and other products to the United Kingdom from Poland but that’s not why you choose video to learn about food industry the reason that you truly into the video I hope is because you’re probably a Polish woman, you could be a Polish man and you have read a little bit about me and seen the website and you have a problem…