• Lisa Cameron

    Lisa Cameron

    27 May 2013

    Ernst & Young’s UK general counsel Lisa Cameron talks about ‘the best legal role in London’.

  • ChrisGrayling1

    Chris Grayling

    20 May 2013

    Speaking to the Gazette, Chris Grayling offers no empirical evidence that the public has lost confidence in the system.

  • ElisabethJones

    Elisabeth Jones

    13 May 2013

    As chief legal adviser to the Welsh assembly, Elisabeth Jones is politically neutral.

  • RupertScrase1

    Rupert Scrase

    29 April 2013

    Rupert Scrase, the chair-elect of the Sole Practitioners Group, says why he has confidence in the sector.

  • PaulBowden

    Paul Bowden

    15 April 2013

    Times of rapid, far-reaching change invite talk of ‘burning platforms’, ‘perfect storms’ and ‘shifting tectonic plates’.

  • David Haigh

    David Haigh

    04 March 2013

    Those who know little about football and care even less, may yet be familiar with the parable of Peter’s goldfish.

  • Boma-Ozobia

    Interview: Boma Ozobia

    18 February 2013

    Commonwealth Lawyers Association president Boma Ozobia is nothing if not ambitious. Her sights are set on changing the global legal landscape.

  • John Marshall

    Interview: John Marshall

    04 February 2013

    Times are tough in Newcastle. The council is implementing a ‘scorched earth’ policy to public spending cuts that has generated nationwide headlines.

  • Nigel Savage

    Interview: Nigel Savage

    21 January 2013

    The education and training lawyers receive is one of the most emotive subject matters facing the profession.

  • Profile

    Interview: Lord McNally


    At a press conference following David Cameron’s only major government reshuffle, justice minister Lord McNally reflected that he might owe his position as sole surviving minister in the Ministry of Justice more to his status as a Liberal Democrat than other factors.