Local barristers are refusing to take new instructions from beginning of July in fight against legal aid cuts
By bagging two scholarships and working part-time, University of Law bar graduate Sam Frost was able to keep costs down as he pursued his barrister ambitions
Controversial advocacy assessment regime loses final judicial review hurdle today
Lawyers are flocking to recently launched site in a bid to bag little Hugo and Henrietta pre-gap yah work experience. But is this just hi-tech nepotism?
The Judge trawls through his — and his mates’ — old vinyl collections in search of a soundtrack to ease the stress
Fears abounded that this “Playboy” image could have caused Clifford Chance’s diversity supremo to lose some sleep
Weil Gotshal & Manges announced today it will keep 100% of its spring and autumn 2015 NQs
Social media commentators almost fall in love with new Justice Secretary, primarily because he’s not Chris Grayling
Aspiring barrister delivers a chocolate and fruit-covered note in top culinary arse-licking gesture
And trainees get a big fat zilch as London firm takes restrained view to remuneration at bottom of the pile
Doughty Street Chambers and Bindmans Solicitors highlight demise of legal aid — while actor’s wife jets between New York and London
From the Square Mile to anti-capitalist campaigner in just three years
What are the best alternatives for students turned off the bar due to lack of pupillages and legal aid cuts?
Top solicitors and barristers advise undergrads at Legal Cheek Careers at Inner Temple
But Legal Cheek can exclusively name the five lawyers that make Spinal Tap look as though they should have appeared at Woodstock
Somebody at a top City law firm is using new anonymous app Yik Yak to reveal embarrassing work incidents
Yik Yak may have just reached the magic circle
Californians will keep 95% of current UK trainees
Former barrister Bob Neill unveiled as parliamentary justice committee chairman
London niche practice forced to pull training contract blurb from website after striking similarities with wording of City and national firms were uncovered
Instagram user “Londonlawyer” is a social media mystery man, but is he actually a practising certificate-holder of any type?
Mayer Brown partner Angus Duncan completed an LLB at Edinburgh University and then decided that he wanted to work in London…
Scraped through the BPTC but failed to bag a pupillage? Not to worry — you can still call yourself a barrister