Possibly not the best year to prank law students.
30 March 2020
International Arbitration Centre – London’s swanky hub for dispute resolution – is still a pestilence-free zone.
'On no account mention the word Macbeth this evening.'
A stroll down Gazette memory lane.
Susan Acland-Hood can’t seem to catch a break.
23 March 2020
One casualty of the sweeping reforms to electoral law proposed by the Law Commission may be the smug feeling that comes from being the only person watching election night to know why it’s the acting returning officer who stands up at the mic.
23 March 2020By James Morton
In 1871 a Bedford Row solicitor began hounding the wife of an international lawyer.
As the world went into lockdown, lawyers squeezed in a final bash last week.
We’re in a 'mid-improvement journey', apparently.
Be ye ever so high, as Lord Denning almost said in 1977, the ‘rub-out e-mail’ is above you.
16 March 2020
Once upon a time any advance whisper of the chancellor’s speech was a resignation matter.
Coronavirus outbreak calls attention to shocking state of toilets in the justice system.
'Quite a distinguished record of decisions which were subsequently set aside.'
9 March 2020By James Morton
Monidipa Fouzder’s summary eviction from a court reminds me of difficulties I encountered when trying to observe trials in an African jurisdiction.
9 March 2020
New exhibit dedicated to the Commercial Court’s history won’t be challenging the London Eye on the circuit any time soon.
Cornwall Legal Walk’s route goes from Falmouth town to Pendennis Castle overlooking the Fal Estuary.
Lawyers are taking no chances of catching Covid-19.
Resourceful media managers find all manner of takes on the outbreak.
2 March 2020
Copyright © 2020 The Law Society
Site powered by Webvision Cloud