Firms and lawyers go the extra mile - in Wellies.
18 November 2019
Geoffrey Robertson QC in his toughest challenge yet: saving the London district of Bloomsbury from a zombie invasion.
Obiter suspects one of the Legal Aid Agency’s document authors is a fan of US animated sitcom The Simpsons.
18 November 2019By James Morton
Out with the murderers and robbers, in with the miscreant famous.
BPP responds to concerns about well-being with pop-up meditation studios.
Criminal bar chief was supposed to meet chief executive Susan Acland-Hood today.
11 November 2019
A stroll down Gazette memory lane.
Finding the SRA badge on magic circle firms’ websites involves a certain amount of clicking and scrolling.
Beautifully drafted press releases are of limited use to lawyers who have to dodge falling plasterboard in court.
The MoJ will mark International Men’s Day with events and activities.
Does your mum know you're out on your own?
Lawyers alarmed by 9pm county court listing.
4 November 2019
House of Commons bids farewell to two noticeable holders of the office.
Tea and biscuits and a view of Gray’s Inn Square greet arrivals at the bar’s tribunal suite.
Entertainment was found in the plenary session on ethics at the SRA’s annual COLP and COFA conference.
4 November 2019By James Morton
How should we react to the suggestion that the dying breed of grey squirrels (‘lay justices’) should be given a transplant by the creation of a sub-breed (‘paid lay justice’)?
28 October 2019
Former Colchester solicitor combined practice in the law with a career as… a lion tamer.
Robert Buckland QC MP reveals he once put on quite a performance in front of his constituents.
Lady Justice Hallett is a fellow Strictly Come Dancing fan.
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