5 November 2018
Taking a detour from addressing our creaking justice system, the lord chancellor instead turned the spotlight on the topical debate of parliamentary privilege.
A poorly-timed tweet showcases the SRA’s seemingly contradictory stance on the importance of wellbeing.
A stroll down Gazette memory lane.
Howard Kennedy band Take it to the Bridge triumphed once more as lawyers rocked London’s 100 Club.
29 October 2018
Joshua Rozenberg’s article on the Diplock courts (1 October) reminded me of the first case in which Richard Ferguson QC appeared in England.
The £50 note is expected to receive the polymer treatment, but who should be the face of the note’s new design?
Bob Mortimer, one half of comedy double act Vic and Bob, had a surprising career start.
It pains us to report another entry to the ever-growing list of inappropriate references to gavels when discussing English law.
Sarah Ann Magson puts the critics to bed with a bodybuilding sales triumph.
22 October 2018
Rockers from Taylor Vinters and Howard Kennedy take a break from IBA conference to set alight the Eternal City.
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