Bit of a mug
Lord Denning leisurewear: first came the T-shirt, and then the … sunglasses?
£1.05 for a mug of hot water at Guildford Crown Court?!
A-level results day celebrations!
What price justice?
Don’t spend it all in one place…
Invoking the “International Tooth Reclamation and Conservation Act”
Interestingly-shaped paper clip on documents sent out by an unnamed law firm
The continuing mystery of who owns a monkey-selfie
Has Breaking Bad lawyer Saul Goodman moved to Edinburgh?
David M Irving Solicitors may be rueing its 2007 ‘Isis Legal’ rebrand
Happy Yorkshire Day!
Can a tattoo be legally binding?
Notice board niggles
Soldiers march past the RCJ during the First World War
Judging by these posters spotted in east London yesterday, the concept of “hipster law” — as celebrated by a recent Twitter hashtag frenzy — may actually exist.
Salt and battery
Perhaps this is a sobriety test for advocates and clients alike at Northampton Mags
Law firm business development latest:
Wigapedia draws upon Biblical inspiration to follow the twists and turns of the Jackson reforms
Members of Leeds’ Zenith Chambers cool off with a ‘Vodka Luge’
Guardian illustrates law story with photo of … an erotica book?!
Weird law firm names, part 386
Legal Cheek recently highlighted the barrister-turned-barista in Nottinghamshire, but now a fellow journalist has turned up what appears to be a barrister moonlighting in the coffee shop trade.
An anonymous bar wannabe draws on his recent pupillage interview experience to deliver some lessons to chambers.
Francis Taylor Building — the luggage collection
Law firm advertising reaches cricket bats.
Aspiring barrister Amy Woolfson shares the wisdom she has gleaned while honing her networking skills at law events
Possibly the best law firm logo ever.
The senior partner’s in…
The latest entry from the “Lawyers and their clever soft furnishings” competition.
Intellectual property infringin’
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.
Someone has put a video on YouTube that was filmed inside top City law firm Slaughter and May in 1981.
Newcastle Crown Court on an average damp summer Monday.
Bearing in mind the name of our website, we couldn’t resist this story.
Who are the abseilers?