‘Does anyone out there know when I last worked?’ @CourtLift tweets from Reading.
21 January 2019
Perhaps the haunting of an executed highwayman is behind the ‘unique challenges’ the Central Criminal Court faces when it comes to WiFi.
If in doubt, blame the lawyers.
Edmund Honohan was forced to create his own ventilation system in a Dublin courtroom.
A stroll down Gazette memory lane.
Transition period ends for barristers.
14 January 2019
A discovery at the University of Glasgow has finally put a face to the name of the UK’s first woman solicitor.
When an Australian gang war led to the death of her father, Lawyer X took matters into her own hands.
In Brexit year, white cliffs are a recurrent theme at the Law Society Art Group’s annual show.
Legal complaints chair takes the reins at leasehold advisory body.
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