My old alma mater, of which I am apparently one of the oldest living graduates, appears to have moved up in the world.
City law firm Bates Wells was at the heart of a (law-abiding) 'climate strike' demo.
Bringing out lawyers’ inner rock stars - and raising cash for a good cause. Law Rocks! is back at the 100 Club.
Obiter was among many who were surprised when Vidisha Joshi announced she was stepping down as managing partner of London firm Hodge Jones & Allen after three years in the post.
19th century 'spiritualist' met her match in the form of great New York criminal lawyer ‘Big Bill’ Howe.
Lord chancellor opted for a pre-recorded message when unable to attend his Conservative conference key note speech in person.
Official report card of Clifford-Turner partner’s flying accident highlights a very different Britain.
Former leader is a forthright opponent of cannabis legalisation.
There was a live perfomance of the 2012 hit at this year’s International Bar Association conference. When in Gangnam!
There’s a precedent for skipping the pomp attached to the Legal Year’s opening.
Firm joined Twitter in May 2009, back when N-Dubz topped the UK singles chart.
Born in Rochdale in 1874, hangman John Ellis took his duties seriously. In July 1910, when only an assistant, he fought with Henry Pierrepoint who turned up drunk at Chelmsford for the execution of Frederick Foreman.
The nation’s attention turned to the Supreme Court last week for the hearing on the lawfulness of the government’s proroguing of parliament (and indeed whether the matter is justiciable in the courts).