Tamasin Perkins writes for Wealth Briefing on The Traitors and takeaways for private client litigation
TV dramas can offer ideas and “teachable moments” that can elude a classroom...
Tamasin Perkins, Partner in our Private Wealth Disputes team, is a fan of hit TV show The Traitors and says that it might have more impact than certain classes in law school.
On my first day of practice as a private wealth disputes solicitor I was told that everyone has a secret life. No one is what they seem. If you want to learn what private-client litigation, particularly multi-party litigation (such as a dispute about a will, a trust or a family business) is actually like, you would learn more from The Traitors (a BBC series) than from law school. The shifting sands, the tension, the heated advocacy – it’s all there.
Tamasin writes an opinion piece for Wealth Briefing comparing the alliances in The Traitors to the alliances in litigation.
In her article she covers:
- Forming alliances
- Holy alliances
- Diane and Ross
- Unholy alliances
- Roundtable dynamics
Read her opinion piece in Wealth Briefing here.