13 July 2020
This year’s Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards were live-streamed on YouTube.
A stroll down Gazette memory lane.
Judge compliments counsel’s choice of décor.
One-way system and social distancing indicators give possible hint of life once Chancery Lane reopens.
Recruitment advertisement describes a job from hell - though cushioned with £120,000 salary.
6 July 2020
Round of applause for the unsung heroes of the pandemic: oversight legal regulators.
Henry Rooth delivered such lengthy statements he talked himself into acquitting a man.
Sir Richard Heaton is frequently named as next likely casualty of war on Whitehall.
What connects flavoured condoms, a freshly slaughtered lamb and a pair of Jimmy Choos?
29 June 2020
50 years ago this month saw the birth of the McKenzie friend.
Military majesty is preserved at Bulford and Catterick court centres as they adjust to remote working.
Stretch of Chancery Lane is under consideration for al-fresco dining.
Today's Bring Your Dog to Work Day will be a little different to usual.
22 June 2020
Lawyers come up with suggestions for alternative venues that could stand in as makeshift courts.
Prosecution case that Harold Greenwood murdered his wife by poisoning was not a strong one.
Anneliese completed the 10,000 Steps for Justice challenge on her 95th birthday.
Barrister’s venture claims to be first outfitter dedicated to 'ladies courtwear'.
Employment Appeal Tribunal discovers the 'Turn it off and on again' trick.
15 June 2020
One hundred years ago solicitor Harold Greenwood was charged with the murder of his wife.
Instead of building ‘Nightingale’ courts in hotels and cruise ships, why not reopen some actual courts?
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