Hot arrogant scum: The British public's view of solicitors, barristers and law students is rather confused.
Could "Hammertime", which was first popularised among Australian law students, go global this summer?
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...
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.
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.
Inn of Court issues issues Facebook plea after textbooks go missing.
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.
Snapchat photo of a man who looks and dresses like Breaking Bad lawyer Saul Goodman goes viral after screenshot appears on Facebook.
It began on Sunday with an inquiry by a US law student about the possibility of using cats to combat a mouse infestation. And ended yesterday amid a storm of legal threats.
The Armada, Shakespeare and Blitz devastation: as experienced by the Inns of Court.
Places on the BPTC massively outnumber available jobs on this year's Pupillage Gateway, especially in the regions.
Cambridge University Law Society duo respond to backlash generated by Legal Cheek article about alcohol-fuelled Oxbridge social events put on by law firms.
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.
When adjusted to take into account inflation, £11,000-a-year Clifford Chance trainee salary equates to just £24,988 today.
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.
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.
36% rise in sign-ups to the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) Graduate Fast-track Diploma signals growing popularity of bargain TC alternative.
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.
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.
Bar hopeful's "rush-hour crush" fails to charm.