London office of Chicago outfit becomes the seventh firm to pay its NQs £100k
Final year LLB-er thinks free speech society is “self-important and ill-informed”
Magic circle partners bill £110 for typing ‘yes’ or ‘no’ and hitting ‘send’ on an email, claims law firm costs expert
The knives are out for ‘£1,100 an hour’ City law firms
Corporate lawyers get into referendum spirit
Big-money commercial and public law set throws an extra £5,000 at its baby barristers
China meltdown, Brexit fears and 100% trainee retention rates — what does it all mean for wannabe lawyers?
We tested two undergraduate law students on their commercial awareness
BPP law library standoff: Female GDL student confronts two male laptop thieves — grabbing one by the throat
Aspiring lawyers build human wall across Waterloo campus entrance to stop would-be thieves escaping
LSE-educated solicitor who trained at DLA Piper and then became a partner at Clintons is struck off after he fabricated documents to cover up for missing crucial deadline
David Benaim had it all — and then he blew it
Berwin Leighton Paisner in merger talks with US giant Greenberg Traurig to create 2,500 lawyer super firm
BLPGT could become latest transatlantic giant
Who said lawyers weren’t creative?
Three hours sleep and no social life — what the glossy graduate recruitment brochures fail to divulge
Nods to free speech, but has a detrimental impact on businesses
Lecturers from Oxford, Bangor, Leicester, Trent, Westminster and Sheffield Hallam shortlisted for ‘Law Teacher of the Year 2016’
Frontrunners for the coveted prize recognised for their “exceptional teaching”
A law firm that used to make trainees pay for law school is now covering the cost of GDL and LPC fees
Partners at Fladgate flip broke students some cash — will other firms outside the City follow?
He looked like a nervous first year giving a presentation in a public law tutorial
Social media giant’s legal team are concerned Belgians won’t understand terms such as “cookie” and “browser”
Aspiring lawyer wakes up 800 miles from uni after getting kicked out of his student union
Lord Neuberger says veils in criminal trials should be banned. Is he right?
Trusted family friend murdered aspiring barrister in August 2015
Much-loved television presenter passed away yesterday after short battle with cancer
Now it’s your turn to write
King’s College law student uses 1930s case law to demand lifetime supply of chocolate after getting eight KitKats with no WAFER
Did the aspiring lawyer rely on the case law classic of Donoghue v Stevenson?
At least people are talking about it — unlike social-economic diversity
Global giant with dual route to qualification keeps 2016 kids