4 March 2019
One of the characters in Martin Sherman’s play Gently Down the Stream is a solicitor.
A stroll down Gazette memory lane.
25 February 2019
Personal injury project manager Lydia Nobrega holds the title of most productive poppy maker.
Judge Michael Johnstone could and did reduce some advocates to tears.
Mackrell Turner Garrett has followed in the footsteps of US law firms with the unveiling of its cannabis law department.
Lord Burnett of Maldon reflected last week on how far the judiciary has come.
That entry fee might include wine and canapes, but Obiter is tempted by how far the amount would go at the well-known bakery chain on the way to the event.
18 February 2019
Obiter can relate to the Family Division judge who chose to rest her eyes during a case hearing.
Mr Justice Mann’s judgment in Neo Bankside Residents v Tate Gallery shows he’s not a particular fan of fashions in modern art. Or of south London.
Mr Justice Williams drew on a literary allusion in a family court case this week that wasn’t exactly flattering.
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