Here you will find a list of all our previous episodes. Use the search function below or the tag function in the sidebar to find episodes that interest you or follow us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you consume podcast media.

This wide ranging discussion explores the field of law and emotion and the intersection of law, psychology, neuroscience and philosophy.
Lawpodder Reece Simpson talks to Dr John Topping about the disproportionate use of stop and search powers in Northern Ireland.
Adam Harkens talks to Dr Sarah Lageson about the joys of podcasting.
Conor McCormick and Ciaran Moynagh talk to Dr Victoria McCloud - a Master of the Senior Courts in the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court in London.
Conor McCormick hosts a discussion with Ged Killen MP and Patrick Corrigan of Amnesty International NI about constitutional issues confronting campaigners seeking to extend same-sex marriage to Northern Ireland via legislation at Westminster.
This episode with Ciara Hackett, Clare Patton and Ciarán O Kelly explores the intersection between business, human rights and the World Cup.
This episode focuses on the recent launch of a public consultation on the legislation to implement the Stormont House Agreement.
Postgraduate student Emma McMillen talks to Ciarán Mac Giolla Bhéin, Advocacy Manager for Conradh na Gaeilge about the case for an Irish Language Act for Northern Ireland.
Dr Rachael Dickson talks to members of BrexitLawNI about potential constitutional, conflict transformation, human rights and equality impacts of Brexit for Northern Ireland.
Prof Daithí Mac Síthigh explores the potentially serious implications of Brexit for the £1 billion a year UK broadcasting industry.