15 November 2018
Sarah Ann Magson is starting to prove that ‘quiet and steady’ may just win the Apprentice race.
12 November 2018
Two Liverpool law firms are going head-to-head this Christmas to see who can come up with the finest festive knitwear.
A plaque in Lincoln’s Inn Fields remembers Lord William Russell, acknowledging a pardon that came a little too late.
Lord chancellor David Gauke was asked to name a woman in the law who inspires him. Can you guess his answer?
8 November 2018
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.
29 October 2018
Howard Kennedy band Take it to the Bridge triumphed once more as lawyers rocked London’s 100 Club.
Joshua Rozenberg’s article on the Diplock courts (1 October) reminded me of the first case in which Richard Ferguson QC appeared in England.
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