EXCLUSIVE: Criminal set Dyers Chambers — which specialises in high value fraud and serious crime — withdraws its pupillage for 2015.
Poor wannabe lawyers have it so much worse than other students, as Legal Cheek duo Thomas Connelly and Lucy Pether (pictured) well know...
Don't imitate approach of Gerrie Nel, urge three silks on Twitter.
Video of drunken US lawyer seducing taxi driver leads to three legal disputes.
Wonga's legal team hand recent University of Law graduate the dubious privilege of getting an image parodying the company removed from Twitter. Backlash focuses on him, rather than senior members of legal team.
Hertfordshire University first-year law student is sent to prison for three years this morning, after disastrous sequence of events set in motion by his lack of money.
Henry Hendron's "ringside" coverage of the Nigel Evans trial lands him in hot water.
Supreme Court justice Lord Sumption (in the orange scarf) keeping it real on the Tube.
When attempt to fish toy from water with umbrella failed, in-house barrister Steven Molloy threw himself into canal and seized turtle — generating applause from passers-by.
British solicitors and barristers should do more of this sort of thing.
The Armada, Shakespeare and Blitz devastation: as experienced by the Inns of Court.
Or are branded jars just a ploy to keep lawyers sweet?
Cambridge University Law Society duo respond to backlash generated by Legal Cheek article about alcohol-fuelled Oxbridge social events put on by law firms.
Incredible 64% fall in tenancies is based on incorrect data admit embarrassed regulators, as they issue an apology.
A Bahamas-based baby barrister broke new ground on social media yesterday.
Update: Incredible 64% fall in tenancies is based on incorrect data say embarrassed regulators, as they issue an apology.
'CV blind' may be the least politically-correct name for a diversity initiative ever. As a third law firm announces that it is assessing candidates without reference to their educational backgrounds, we asked Twitter for alternative monikers.
Top 30 outfit Macfarlanes joins Mayer Brown and Clifford Chance in exploring new recruitment method aimed at broadening profile of typical big law firm trainee — as wider City diversity push gathers pace.
The legal profession has made huge amounts of progress in their treatment of gay lawyers, but tricky issues remain, discovers Alex Aldridge as he visits one of the leading LGBT network in the City.
Mindful, perhaps, of the changes sweeping through the legal profession, Lady Gaga elected to dress as a futuristic barrister over the weekend as part of her 28th birthday celebrations.
36% rise in sign-ups to the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) Graduate Fast-track Diploma signals growing popularity of bargain TC alternative.
Wordpress post by US Federal Judge Richard Kopf entitled 'On being a dirty old man and how young women lawyers dress' shocks the world.
The panel of leading lawyers at Monday's 'If I knew then what I know now' Q&A at Inner Temple offered students some thought-provoking and often unconventional pieces of advice.