25:29 Total Running Time
0:16 Thomas Wisdom and Omar Ha-Redeye introduce themselves, with interviews from David Aylward and Hon. Chris Bentley.
2:25 Thomas shares his new smoking habit that he picked up during law school.
5:22 David Aylward describes his educational, legal and political career in Congress and the U.S. House of Representatives.
6:37 David Aylward relates how the discipline of the legal education and the focus on the meaning of words helped him outside the law and creating a non-profit promoting agency interoperability.
7:52 David Aylward explains how in responding to any emergency there is a need for information exchange and a system that allows voice, data and video sharing.
9:31 Public agencies don’t look at the private or commercial sector enough for communications capability and have a higher degree of cultural resistance to sharing, but technically still have similar challenges.
12:02 David Aylward provides career advise on how to psychologically prepare on transitioning into non-traditional legal careers where the essence of the work isn’t the law.
14:42 There are lots of opportunities in North America, and anyone who has a law degree has lots of choices.
15:56 Thomas describes his trip to Florence, Italy and the 10 year delays in the tort system there.
17:25 The Attorney-General of Ontario relates his experience teaching at the University of Western Ontario faculty of law.
18:02 Min. Bentley explains the access to justice issue, and changes his office have made to the criminal justice system such as the Justice on Target program.
22:22 Min. Bentley explains why human rights are so important to our society, which values optimism and opportunity without barriers and discrimination.
24:52 Omar signs off.
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