15 July 2019
A stroll down Gazette memory lane.
Obiter is enjoying the Lord Chancellor’s end-of-term demeanour.
Solicitor recalls client’s request to have an ’Excalibur sword’ brought to court.
The bar is not known for its humility, a characteristic on show at the Bar Council’s anniversary knees-up last week.
Lawyers and law students submitted entries in the first Global Law Photography competition.
David Gauke says he’ll jump before he’s pushed if Boris Johnson becomes prime minister.
8 July 2019
When Lancashire solicitor James Robbins missed out on the London Marathon, he tackled one further afield.
Obiter spent time at a self-styled ‘iconic’ and ‘future-proof’ office in Shoreditch.
One City firm’s terrace had been unwittingly designed for men.
As a recent fraud case proved, expert witnesses can cause great trouble.
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