Do we really need a print out of the General Data Protection Regulation?
Legal London will say goodbye to al-desko sandwiches, for three days, anyway.
Former lord chancellor appears topless with tan and facial fuzz.
5 August 2019
Shabby silk Gilbert ‘Old Fox’ Beyfus wasn’t to be underestimated.
The Huntingdon MP has been learning about the effects of legalising cannabis.
Anecdotes about lawyers’ attire have been gracing the letters page of The Times.
Latest lord chancellor gave as good as he got as he acknowedged his predecessor’s comments.
29 July 2019
This week’s award for stating the bleeding obvious goes to…
The ‘I’m a lawyer’ line shouldn’t be deployed at the self-service queue in Tesco.
A stroll down Gazette memory lane.
Fairytale promotion for Robert Buckland QC MP.
Seersucker or shorts?
22 July 2019
Could Hollywood beckon for solicitor Judy Ramjeet?
TheCityUK reminds anyone considering reviving City levy to fund legal aid that top firms already do their bit.
‘No body, no conviction’?
Extinction Rebellion commemorated an absent hero during their protest outside the RCJ last week.
15 July 2019
Obiter is enjoying the Lord Chancellor’s end-of-term demeanour.
Solicitor recalls client’s request to have an ’Excalibur sword’ brought to court.
The bar is not known for its humility, a characteristic on show at the Bar Council’s anniversary knees-up last week.
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