• David Pester

    David Pester

    18 November 2013

    TLT’s managing partner talks about expanding the national firm in a recession and learning from other sectors.

  • Paul Mahoney

    Paul Mahoney

    11 November 2013

    The UK’s judge at the European Court of Human Rights explains how it ‘insures’ nations against ‘backsliding into totalitarian government’.

  • Elkan Abrahamson

    Elkan Abrahamson

    4 November 2013

    The Gazette’s Legal Personality of the Year reflects on a career spent holding the authorities to account.

  • Diana Wallis

    Diana Wallis

    21 October 2013

    The new president of the European Law Institute talks to us about its work and her frustration at trying to win over Eurosceptics.

  • Kath Nicholson

    Kath Nicholson

    14 October 2013

    From humbling the health secretary to high-profile inquests, Lewisham Council’s legal chief has centre stage in the London borough’s life.

  • David Frei

    David Frei

    30 September 2013

    The legal services director for the United Synagogue, talks about the work of the Beth Din, managing cemeteries and lobbying government.

  • Traceymcdermott

    Tracey McDermott

    16 September 2013

    The head of enforcement at the Financial Conduct Authority has a low tolerance threshold for City malefactors.

  • Ian Gatt

    Ian Gatt QC and Dr Mary Bradbury

    2 September 2013

    The pioneers behind Herbert Smith Freehills’ programme to promote mental wellness discuss their work.

  • Alison Saunders, the new director of public prosecutions

    Alison Saunders

    05 August 2013

    Alison Saunders, the next director of public prosecutions, inherits a Crown Prosecution Service whose lawyers have scant faith in its management.

  • Nick Fluck

    Nicholas Fluck

    22 July 2013

    The new Law Society president talks about his ambitions for the year ahead and why the primacy of English law unites the profession.