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Casual Fridays? Not for the Lord Chancellor…

Performers at Law Rocks!

Law Rocks! turns 10


Are they really lawyers? Yes.

Dominic Raab

‘Self-satisfied magic circle trainee’ - lawyers turn on would-be PM Raab


Fellow lawyers do not seem to be rallying to the solicitor’s cause.

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Levy breaks for abducted child

17 June 2019

In 1857 Goodman Levy’s 14-year-old daughter Rosie was abducted by Joseph Erlam, a captain in the Queen’s Own Light Infantry.

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Leveson’s skimpy briefs

17 June 2019

Last week the president of the Queen’s Bench Division reflected on his time as a junior barrister.

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Rain stops play in two flooded courts


Gateshead Magistrates Court and Liverpool Social Security and Child Support Tribunal forced to close after flooding.

Steve Cornforth

Everton fan Steve doesn't walk alone in Reds shirt


The annual Liverpool legal walk featured one particularly red-faced, and red-shirted, entrant.


Corrie courts favour with the nitpicking lawyers


ITV’s longest running soap drafts in Irwin Mitchell to check a legal storyline.

Jockeying for position at the start

Jolly boating weather


Law Society Yacht Club enjoys a day racing classic yachts.

Memory lane

Memory lane 10 June 2019

10 June 2019

A stroll down Gazette memory lane.

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Canny Gauke in giving vein

10 June 2019

Why is the Rt. Hon David Gauke MP not in the leadership race?

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Blair unmoved by robot hype

10 June 2019

One of the stars of last week’s Artificial Intelligence in Legal Services Summit was retired Commercial Court supremo Sir William Blair, now professor of financial law and ethics at Queen Mary University of London. In a panel discussion on the Law Society’s report on algorithms in the justice system, he ...

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'Yes please!' MPs respond to work experience plea


Canny legal aid lawyers have tweeted MPs asking them to visit the frontline.

Law Rocks!

Law Rocks! turns 10 with an all-star set


Birthday gig will feature 12 bands from legal London - and further afield.

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Ringer with a nose for villainy

3 June 2019By James Morton

For sheer villainy on the turf nothing can really compare to the 1844 running of the Derby for three-year-olds.

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A solicitor prime minister? Don't risk your shirt


The bookies are offering 5/1 on Dominic Raab following in the footsteps of David Lloyd George.

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Employment law head is a lifesaver


Elissa Thursfield of Gamlins Law becomes first ever female helmsman at her local lifeboat station.

Memory lane

Memory lane 20 May 2019


A stroll down Gazette memory lane.


Rulemakers relish room with a view


Civil Procedure Rule Committee meeting was opened to the public last week.

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Holly Willoughby and fake bubbly for APIL's annual jaunt


Association of Personal Injury Lawyers convenes in Birmingham.

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