24 February 2020By James Morton
Some expert witnesses are lured into giving evidence they live to regret. Others simply find themselves in the wrong case.
24 February 2020
Pinsent Masons is the latest City firm to scrap its stringent corporate dress code.
Watch out for a guest appearance in BBC TV's everyday saga of legal folk.
17 February 2020
A stroll down Gazette memory lane.
Lady Hale appears to be busier than ever after moving on from the Supreme Court last month.
Caroline England’s experience as a divorce lawyer informs her suspense novel Convictions.
Solicitor Elouise Gregor was given urgent medical treatment during the interrogation stage of Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Valentine's Day provides life-affirming opportunities to get the sales message across.
10 February 2020By James Morton
In 1817, an acquitted man rearrested in connection with a rape and murder elected Trial by Battle.
10 February 2020
Commercial Court will celebrate the anniversary of its first summons in style.
Criminal law specialist/actress Judy Ramjeet will be treading the boards as Lady Macbeth.
Some of the headlines reporting on the Law Society’s office blaze were a little… apocalyptic?
3 February 2020
Solicitor Baldwin instructed Jeremy Hutchinson QC to defend Christine Keeler on a perjury charge.
Could the controversial home information packs make a comeback?
Even a £300m state-of-the-art court complex can have a bad day.
Culprit stood out among visitors to Salisbury Cathedral as he wore security glasses and gloves.
2020-01-30T12:26:00+00:00By John Hyde
Don’t go away with the idea of problems with the system, civil justice mandarin tells insurers.
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.
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