15 June 2015
Prize-winning solicitor-advocate Joy Merriam on why it is important to ‘speak human’
1 June 2015
Travis Perkins GC Deborah Grimason on why in-house lawyers must strive to sit at the management table.
11 May 2015
Public international lawyer Robert Volterra is proud of his role in reducing global conflict.
27 April 2015
The Law Society’s new chief executive wants to hear from solicitors about how the organisation can best serve members and stay relevant in a rapidly changing legal sector.
20 April 2015
Dubai is attracting ambitious commercial litigators as it develops a global reputation for dispute resolution.
16 March 2015
Contrary to popular belief the ECtHR does not impose its own laws on British citizens, president Dean Spielmann tells the Gazette .
16 February 2015
Allen co-founded his eminent London firm from a Euston squat while still in his twenties. Nearly forty years on he remains an innovator.
2 February 2015
The new IBA president David W Rivkin on how he fights for investors and stands up to arbitrary state power.
19 January 2015
Cris McCurley has devoted her career to helping some of the least visible and most vulnerable in society. She talks to the Gazette.
12 January 2015
Is Dominic Grieve the best justice secretary austerity Britain never had? The Gazette went to meet the former AG in his Westminster office.
3 November 2014
Schilling has built a fearsome reputation in high-profile divorce, libel and privacy cases. But he says it’s not too late to reinvent his firm.
20 October 2014
Fundamental assumptions that underpin our approach to the law are wrong, says David Howarth, academic and former MP for Cambridge.
6 October 2014
The Conservative MEP and one-time solicitor talks about the importance of the European parliament and his dislike of the human rights ‘industry’.
29 September 2014
Pioneering managing partner Tyler personifies Cripps’ ‘core value of openness’.
15 September 2014
The now retired chief executive reflects on an eventful eight years at the Law Society.
1 September 2014
HSF partner Robert Hunter, who is profoundly deaf, tells Jonathan Rayner how he carved out a career as a City fraudbuster.
28 July 2014
The new Law Society president is using the challenges facing the profession as a chance to re-engage with solicitors.
7 July 2014
David Greenwood has been acting for victims of childhood sexual abuse since the early 1990s. He outlines why the government must start listening.
23 June 2014
Dealing with warring couples has not given divorce lawyer Marilyn Stowe a jaundiced view of human nature. Quite the reverse.
9 June 2014
Few solicitors have been jailed in the Soviet bloc, driven a tram in Innsbruck, or shot the breeze with Nelson Mandela. This one has.
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