Irwin Mitchell’s Manchester office could have a difficult balancing act coming up.
27 January 2020By James Morton
The lawyers of New York receiver Marm Mandelbaum weren’t baffled by their client’s disappearance in 1884 - they orchestrated it.
27 January 2020
Not every case is a win.
The Great Legal Bake runs from 10-14 February - get your whisks at the ready!
Lawyers in France have come up with a novel way to demonstrate their anger over government reforms.
Elouise Gregor survives close combat murderball and surf immersion in TV real life challenge.
20 January 2020
A stroll down Gazette memory lane.
Art-loving readers: run, don’t walk, to Chancery Lane to catch the last day of the Law Society Art Group’s 60th annual exhibition.
Some courtrooms may be more cautious about tech than others, but they’re still willing to give it a go.
13 January 2020By James Morton
London magistrates liked their clubs, making sure their lists finished by 12.30.
13 January 2020
If ‘divorce day’ is a myth, other seasonal perils may fill the gap.
Two candidates in the race to lead the party are both lawyers.
Is there a glaring omission in Girton's portrait of distinguished alumna Brenda Hale?
Peak divorce season has become as much a staple as discarded Christmas trees - but does it even exist?
References to pro bono partnership with international pressure group are missing from website.
Supreme Court unveils four new portraits to complement its 'mediocre' dead white men.
9 December 2019
A Famous Eleven adventure for boys and girls of all ages
2 December 2019By James Morton
A half-eaten apple was found in the room of actress and prostitute Clara Buswell, who was stabbed to death on Christmas Eve 1872.
2 December 2019
Retailer Jigsaw hosts a ‘Law in Style’ event.
Obiter is no conspiracy theorist. But, then again…
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