Solicitor judge appointed to tackle allegations of corruption in the British Virgin Islands.
18 January 2021By James Morton
1902: the year Australia first saw journalists use a car to get their copy filed before competitors on a particularly sensational case.
18 January 2021
Lord Burnett recalls the first time he encountered the newly appointed master of the rolls.
Kids Law is a new podcast series answering children’s questions about how the law works.
Crosby firm scores marketing coup of year in minnows v giants FA Cup clash.
11 January 2021
A stroll down Gazette memory lane.
New MoJ permanent secretary is also president of a London amateur choir.
Jonathan Sumption QC’s withering denunciations of lockdown are pinned up outside the local Wetherspoons.
Office for Legal Complaints is hiring a new adjudicator.
Is an office pet helping you through these trying times?
A wintery scene from a Christmas card? No, it's the offices of Holley & Steer Solicitors.
14 December 2020
Who was marooned all alone in a City office during the first great LOCKDOWN.
Now, where did I put those keys to D Wing?
'What would you like people to have in mind when they face you in litigation?' City firm asks.
7 December 2020By James Morton
It is sobering to look back at history to see how some of the ‘great and good’ behaved.
7 December 2020
20 White Friars is definitely a contender for our most aesthetically pleasing law firm premises.
A 'new normal' online press conference attracts Fleet Street's finest.
30 November 2020
Conference goers have been known to skip sessions for a round of golf, but this year’s truants had to come up with an alternative.
'Law is a game' is cynicism worthy of Machiavelli.
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