Of course National Orgasm Day has a legal angle
How has it come to this?
A key historic plank of the solicitor qualification process is dying — but the training contract is going not with a bang, but a whimper
Life as a solicitor or barrister isn’t always what it seems
Police are appealing for information on the whereabouts of a missing law student
New figures give weight to the suspicion that the senior bar is full of not-so-bright slackers from privileged backgrounds
West Midlands cinema at heart of Provincial Picture Houses Ltd v Wednesbury Corp goes on the market
Female advocates, male non-advocates and wheelchair users are all flummoxed by this sign for the toilets at the Royal Courts of Justice
Reduction in trainee numbers has taken place over two years as part of a bid to boost firm’s retention rate
The City of London’s top law firms have, once again, been treating their vac schemers to some wonderful perks that may or may not prove to be a regular feature of their future lawyer lives
Seemingly innocuous lawyer advert is in fact a clever publicity stunt for Breaking Bad spin-off
A young woman in South Carolina launches a novel crowd-funding bid to cover degree fees after the Almighty provides career planning advice
Photographic evidence proves that not even cut price booze can convince legal London to fall in love with the solicitors’ trade union
What your parents say when you tell them you want to quit law to become an artist
Journalists at London office of social news website BuzzFeed think people who study law are much less cool than them
“Fancy joining the Paras?” asks a Quality Solicitor franchise firm in Dudley, applying gloss to some fairly mundane social welfare and family law tasks.
Lip sync battles — as popularised by British comic Stephen Merchant, whose classic lip sync performance on the Jimmy Fallon show has become a YouTube classic — have finally reached the law
The best bits from yesterday’s #TCapps Q&A, featuring Norton Rose Fulbright, Mayer Brown, Aspiring Solicitors, Kaplan Law School and David Allen Green — amongst a host of other experts and wannabe lawyers.
An anonymous bar wannabe draws on his recent pupillage interview experience to deliver some lessons to chambers.
Advice from, amongst others, Norton Rose Fulbright, Mayer Brown, Aspiring Solicitors and David Allen Green in hour-long session that is open to all.
Facebook post by Liverpool John Moores law graduate has over 7,000 likes and almost 5,000 shares — and sees her inundated with responses.
21% of 2013 trainees at top 30 law firms are Oxbridge, 58% are Russell Group — only 15% went to other unis, with 6% studying abroad.
Aspiring barrister Amy Woolfson shares the wisdom she has gleaned while honing her networking skills at law events
A chap standing for the bench in the home of country music bears some striking resemblances to the man with the Lawgiver pistol and purveyor of summary executions
Decline in LPC applications suggests that students don’t believe recent increase in training contract numbers will be sustained.
A hashtag spawned by Sean Jones QC took off this morning.
When jargon goes very wrong indeed…
TheStudentRoom message board removes barrister’s ill-judged quip…after we got a screenshot.
Bar Council warns barristers in 22-page guidance that mini-pupils should sign undertakings before arriving at chambers
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.
London-based wannabe solicitor seeks to raise £15,000.
High Court clears way for Selwyn Strachan — who was released from prison in Grenada in 2009 after Amnesty International slammed his “fatally flawed” trial — to become a solicitor.
Just about every law student has been there — just think introduction to land law.
15 hour days and “being sent to buy lingerie on the weekend”: trainee solicitors reveal what life at big law firm is really like.
Times are tough for law students – which is possibly why one has said sod it, I’ll splurge my student loan on cosmetic surgery
Clearly, not everyone has had enough of the irritating global meme sensation ‘Doge’.
A student, a trainee and a graduate recruiter share their experiences of vac schemes at Hogan Lovells, Mayer Brown and Norton Rose Fulbright to help wannabe lawyers about to start summer placements at City law firms.
A prospective barrister is traumatised by the requirement to arrive at a formal interview in “informal” clobber
TV’s ‘Silk’ QC is resurrected by anonymous poster, who captures the barrister’s charming misogyny.