Where issues of sexuality are relevant in the training contract application process wannabe lawyers should feel confident to be open, advises Hogan Lovells solicitor Charlotte Cartwright
Judicial Conduct Investigations Office is investigating grievance of controversial solicitor
Legal drama spin-off to Breaking Bad to launch in February in the US, before coming to the UK via Netflix
What did magic circle law firm branding look like in 1930?
This is really bizarre
Student website isn’t keen on lawyers
9% of law degree students went to private schools — compared to 29% of medics
Magic circle firm gets into a tangle with statistics
Non-lawyer justice secretary stumbles again
Parents are out-of-touch and career advisors still only sporadically consulted
There’s a surreal case going on at Southwark Crown Court this week
Lord Justice Terence Etherton and Lord Justice of Appeal Adrian Fulford rub shoulders with Alan Carr and Sue Perkins in newspaper’s rather random list
With the Pegagus Scholarship deadline coming up at the end of the month, Hardwicke barrister Laura Tweedy recalls her experience working for three months in New Zealand through the scheme
Now this is how you strike, lawyers
Rising student demand leads to creation of yet another law school
Volunteering by lawyers to help individuals hit by cuts may actually be falling
Bar Council greets National Pro Bono Week with U2 quip
It means students working through their degree, but they could qualify as solicitors debt free
Help charity create legal plotlines to engage young people with the law
Entry to the bar could be on the verge of a historic overhaul
Shocking case — which saw vulnerable couple and their child denied legal aid — makes the blood of nation’s top family judge boil
But you’ll need to get moving …
Star of BBC legal drama to follow a reverse version of Amal Clooney’s career path in American re-make
Top solicitors, barristers and chartered legal executives reveal what lies ahead for the profession
Latest round of 30% women partner targets look do-able — but why so unambitious?
But his reasoning may fail to convince pupillage panels
“Inner Temple for the rich, Middle Temple for the poor; Lincoln’s Inn for the gentlemen, And Gray’s Inn for a whore.”
Spoiler: this rhyme is very misleading.
Who needs memes and gifs when you have THE LAW?
Was the nation’s press grayled by the justice secretary?
Go ahead, barristers who fail to complete their CPD requirements, make Paul Pretty’s day
A&O is now the third best-paying out of the five magic circle firms — as elite end of law further detaches from rest of profession
Crown Court judge intervenes as barrister succumbs to uncontrollable laughter
Lord Harley of Counsel may have just become a meme
A very modern magic circle tale
A lawyer stand-up comedy night: what could possibly go wrong?
In a tough graduate job market, Mishcon de Reya has calculated that it can afford to make all new recruits do a placement at the firm
So fluffy, such Goldendoodle
Members of the legal profession are wonderful employees
That man looking over your shoulder could be a tabloid hack — and, worse still, the legal document could be about him
St Albans family lawyer Lauren Riley and ex-Slaughter and May and Latham Watkins associate Felipe Alviar-Baquero to battle it out before Sir Alan in this year’s show