I always tended to go in the direction that people didn’t want me to.
I met with Dinah Rose QC over Zoom to discuss her experience as a woman in the legal industry. For the past 30 years, Rose has been involved in many of the leading cases in human rights, as well as public, employment, and competition law. Recently, she made headlines for her involvement in the 2021 Read More…
The Queen’s Gambit (2020) is Netflix’s most watched miniseries to date. Perhaps an unlikely contender, it combines a tragic but feel-good story with a strong female protagonist and the centuries-old game of chess. Actress Ana-Taylor Joy has earned much critical acclaim for her role in the seven-part series, and the show as a whole has Read More…
Each of the Interviews Editors this term walk us through an interviewer they are inspired by and three people they would like to interview, if only it were possible. From a Golden Age Pirate to a Modern Philosopher via an Irish Revolutionary, the people we have chosen span decades, continents and worlds.
Otmar Szafnauer, Team Principal and CEO of Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One team, appears on my laptop over Microsoft Teams. He asks me if I’ve watched Drive to Survive, Netflix’s series about Formula One, a series so popular that, shortly after the release of it’s third season in March, it became Netflix’s most popular show Read More…
Edozié is part of a new generation of entrepreneurs ushering in a second epoch of digitalisation – the part where the virtual stands alongside the real. Welcome to the world of NFTs.
I’m here to ask a range of women in the legal industry, from members of corporate city firms and chambers to women in legal start-ups and academia. Fingers crossed it’s not as bleak a situation as it seems – if so, I’ll just have to reconsider my career in law and become a lentil farmer in my hometown of Moose Jaw, Canada, instead (no joke).
Jake Wigham talks about working as a bricklayer, opening his tailoring business during a pandemic, and his inclination for Ivy Style.
Gabriella Emery interviews three Oxford University Challenge team captains, and explores the university’s relationship to the beloved quiz show.
Shariq Haidery sits down with The Oxford Blue to talk about how his background as a Northern BAME student as shaped his Oxford experience during another pandemic-hit term.
“Being the only British-Pakistani student at my college does weigh quite heavily on my mind. I constantly feel this pressure to represent all my desi people out there.”