In today’s episode I sit down with Warren Wellington. Warren is a solicitor at a top international corporate law firm. He has experience advising domestic and international companies on a wide range of corporate transactions in particular mergers & acquisitions. He is also the co-founder and chairman of the Black British City Group, a network of Black British professionals who seek to empower the Black British community through leveraging their collective skills and resources.
Our conversation covers a number of interesting strands from our thoughts on why the poorest families tend to stay to poor, how young people from less privileged backgrounds can enter the legal profession, to the effect of social codes and unwritten rules at work. I know this episode is over an hour and you’re probably think “jheez, do I really have the time for this?”. Trust me, you won’t want to miss this one!
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***Please note that the views shared in this podcast by the speakers are personal and do not represent their respective employers.***