Leeds law firm Blacks hires Match of the Day pundit Robbie Savage and publishes "direct line" to ex-Premiership star on its website.
Exclusive: DWF becomes the first big UK law firm to incorporate video into its training contract interview process.
Amazingly, these law firms are all real.
An oldie but a goodie to exacerbate ease the pain of returning to work from the Easter bank holiday — or, in the case of revision-swamped law students, not having a bank holiday at all.
Hot arrogant scum: The British public's view of solicitors, barristers and law students is rather confused.
Legal Cheek's Alex Aldridge meets three lawyers who took the legal apprenticeship route before it became fashionable.
Don't imitate approach of Gerrie Nel, urge three silks on Twitter.
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.
'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.
When adjusted to take into account inflation, £11,000-a-year Clifford Chance trainee salary equates to just £24,988 today.
To celebrate the Mitchell judgment* Wigapedia has created a special commemorative bingo card.
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.
Prevent Grayling II, facilitate Silk IIII and make barristers wear their wigs in all cases: it has been a busy week for e-petitions...
The only Crown Court that is situated in a castle may be relocated to a more practical modern court centre.
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.
First ever non-lawyer Lord Chancellor will enrol as a law student after 2015 general election in order to become a solicitor at magic circle firm.
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.
The news that the Criminal Bar Association (CBA) is calling off its direct action after the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) agreed to postpone planned fee cuts has enraged many solicitors and barristers, who have turned to social media to vent their fury.
Citizenship Foundation's Bar Mock Trial final sees Northern Ireland's Aquinas Grammar School win national junior advocacy crown. But assembled top lawyers warn wannabes of plight of criminal Bar, and encourage them to explore other areas.
A guide to what instructing solicitors are really telling barristers.
Law student blows chances with terribly misguided email.
Out of 274 occupations survey by government, 'solicitor' is in the top 50 the most satisfying.
When his bid to work himself up from the bottom of a supermarket chain stalled, Laurie Anstis decided to reconsider his early views on university education and pursue a career as a solicitor.
Televised murder trial turns South African barrister into cult figure.