26 October 2020
Still no news on Lord Keen of Elie’s replacement as Ministry of Justice spokesperson in the lords.
News that a man thought to have been killed had been found hiding in a wood is a reminder of the dangers of going to trial in murder cases without a body.
Some details in the legal themes of BBC’s mini-series Roadkill will predictably bristle.
Congratulations to Oswestry solicitor Richard Hughes, who is retiring from the profession after 48 years.
19 October 2020
A stroll down Gazette memory lane.
Lobby group The CityUK holds its national conference next month. We’re a little perplexed by the legal services lineup.
Wales proved during the pandemic that it was perfectly capable of doing things on its own, says Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd.
Thanks to North Yorkshire firm Raworths, Harrogate’s annual literature festival is going ahead online and free of charge.
The 1965 ruling in Timmis v Millman may help pubs weather the latest lockdowns.
12 October 2020
It is probably a disciplinary offence not to take references from a prospective employee. Back in the 1960s it could merely be expensive.
Legal community mobilises itself in creative ways to raise funds for free legal support.
Charity Shelter appoints criminal barrister Robert Rinder to be its first ‘legal services ambassador’.
Law student swims 50 lengths - in a mermaid's fin.
5 October 2020
Former editor of The Sunday Times deserves credit for helping clarify contempt of court laws.
Entertaining exchanges continue between firms representing veteran rockers and actor Bill Murray’s golf company.
28 September 2020
When Brougham’s towel - marked with his prisoner of war number - disappeared, all work stopped until it was recovered.
Equation featured on Gazette cover creates a lively discussion.
Solicitors and barristers will take part in Breast Cancer Now’s annual week-long charity cycle race, Tour de Law.
Lowry Theatre in Salford - currently a Nightingale court - still expects to put on a live showing of The Gruffalo in December.
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