Seemingly innocuous lawyer advert is in fact a clever publicity stunt for Breaking Bad spin-off
Following the popularity of the video of Slaughter and May in 1981, we have continued our trawl of YouTube and unearthed a 1985 episode of ‘Jim’ll Fix It’ starring Lord Denning and Noddy — which thankfully has a happy ending
Even a respected broadsheet falls into the trap of thinking British judges bang away like their Yankee counterparts
Wigapedia draws upon Biblical inspiration to follow the twists and turns of the Jackson reforms
The Court of Appeal has torn into a criminal barrister and referred him to the Bar Standards Board for getting into a slanging match with a Crown Court judge — but what did the pair actually say to each other?
Barrister Robin Jacobs goes public with claim that Milky Bar has a penis shape moulded into it — sparking Nestlé response
Divorce lawyer Wilkinson wins; last year’s top hottie Patrick Hennessey down to fourth place; 17 new entrants to 21-strong list
Legal profession workers are massively more stressed out and pissed off than the average worker, a leading solicitors’ firm discovers after sending in the survey boffins.
Dominic Grieve QC replaced by a non-silk who promotes his ability to video-conference with the best of them
An anonymous bar wannabe draws on his recent pupillage interview experience to deliver some lessons to chambers.
Top Blackstone Chambers silk fires warning to Your Barrister Boyfriend duo as she joins Twitter ahead of Barrister Hottie 2014.
Despite trying to pitch categories at high street and younger lawyers, only City slickers look likely to afford Chancery Lane’s gala event
The tale of a lawyer who’s jacked it all in to run a café.
A hashtag spawned by Sean Jones QC took off this morning.
The Barrister Hottie Experts will once again breach Inns of Court protocol and objectify hapless members of the Bar by ranking them according to their looks.
When jargon goes very wrong indeed…
TheStudentRoom message board removes barrister’s ill-judged quip…after we got a screenshot.
Three months after releasing incorrect tenancy statistic, the Bar Council and Bar Standards Board produce correct figure.
Sadly, no — it’s an MP instead. But a recent City of London event on whether the law should be scrapped still generates volatile and at times polarised debate.
Bar Council warns barristers in 22-page guidance that mini-pupils should sign undertakings before arriving at chambers
Criminal lawyer puts out all-points bulletin on stolen wig, which went missing in middle of Harrow Crown Court trial.
Despite resources thrown at diversity and programmes, chambers still tilt towards elitism when recruiting, say silks
The children of the financial crisis could pose a danger to law firms if their ambitions aren’t accommodated.
Saturday’s gay pride celebration saw a record 30,000 revellers march through central London. Among them was a large contingent from the legal profession.
Brazil 2014 legal geekery: striking parallels revealed.
Mail-merge problems during restructuring consultation cause chaos.
Multi-million pound fraud specialist plucked to hear cases of lawn mower failure and duff holidays
“It’s the fruity ones which are the most fun? No, wait…”
Barrister’s live-tweeting of his appeal against contempt of court fine is about as rebellious as English lawyers get.
Longer hours, an increasing chance of being bullied and falling incomes — that is the grim picture of modern life at the bar, as painted by the profession’s own leadership.
Housing law specialist creates bodice-ripping alter ego with steamy tales of the Inns of Court
A prospective barrister is traumatised by the requirement to arrive at a formal interview in “informal” clobber
In latest instalment of wall-to-wall Amal Alamuddin coverage, “sources” tell National Enquirer that barrister’s forthcoming nuptials to Hollywood actor may not happen.
What better way to mark the anniversary of the ancient charter of the liberties of England — which turned 799 yesterday — than with a “jelfie” (justice selfie)?
Charity campaign manager-turned-human rights lawyer Steve Broach — who was called to the Bar in 2008 — shares wisdom gleaned from this year’s pupil selection process at glamour set Doughty Street.
Landmark Chambers’ Nathalie Lieven QC is up for an award in the same awards ceremony she is judging. But The Lawyer magazine denies there is a conflict of interest.
Bid to smuggle notes down trousers foiled by CCTV
There is a Twitter account which is telling the story of classic English cases through the medium of emoticons. Here are 12 of the most memorable reports…
Blogging as an art form might not yet be out of short trousers, but there is a growing tradition of anonymous writers hoping to shock by piercing the veil of mysterious environments.
Women junior barristers will soon be grateful that legal protocol still requires them to wear a spot of old horse hair on their bonces when appearing in the high court — because they certainly won’t be able to afford a session at Toni & Guy’s after the government’s legal aid rate cuts take effect.