100 years ago this week, legal London was on the front line of a world war.
Firm marks centenary of death of founder’s son - one of many.
A trumpeter sounds the last post at the Inns of Court war memorial at 11am today.
Preparations are under way to celebrate the centenary of a solicitor becoming prime minister. But David Lloyd George remains one of a kind.
At least 23 solicitors and articled clerks were killed on the first day of the Somme.
21 March 2016
The mainland UK legal community responded slowly, but in the end honourably, to events in Dublin 100 years ago.
Why lawyers should remember the Somme, the Easter Rising and the Casement trial 100 years on.
Thirteen names give a snapshot of the Great War’s toll on solicitors and articled clerks.
The arms magnate who pioneered modern artillery - as well as hydraulics and renewable energy - started out as a solicitor.
Nervous of flying? Spare a thought for the colleagues who faced flaming death pioneering it.
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