A City SRA warning, a launch date for HIPs and the opening of the SDT to the public: a stroll down Gazette memory lane.
Staff at Royal Courts of Justice step in to provide venue for social mobility mooting competition after electrical fire shuts Old Bailey.
American Bar Association battles against ‘anti-woke’ agenda.
16 February 2024
Job advertisement for new Legal Services Board chief executive has now been published.
An articled clerk shares his firm's ritual for opening the post.
Baroness Carr gives a sneak peek into her early days as lady chief justice.
Firm celebrates its 260th anniversary.
Court 30 on the fifth floor of the Rolls Building emulated a steam room last week.
Relaxation of 'hiving off' rule, a solicitors' building society and a three-day week: a stroll down Gazette memory lane.
Former MP Rory Stewart voices some forthright views on HMCTS’s reform programme.
2 February 2024
A look at the most recent register of MPs’ interests shows the most recently departed justice secretaries are doing very nicely.
All are dead now so I can tell the following tale.
A memorial service for Lord Igor Judge, lord chief justice from 2008 to 2013, featured some glorious anecdotes.
What, exactly, is an honorary KC?
Get into the groove - or at least into the witness stand.
26 January 2024
Former solicitor and teacher James Stewart is on a mission to run 100 legal workshops at state schools this year.
The Society for Computers and Law and prisoners of war: a stroll down Gazette memory lane.
Private wealth disputes solicitor draws comparisons between alliances on BBC show and real-life events.
Next London Legal Walk will take place on Tuesday 18 June.
19 January 2024
Dame Sue Carr’s appearance before the House of Commons justice select committee began with constitutional fireworks.
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