Top EU lawyers discuss vote implications; students ask the questions — with 30 free places up for grabs
Last week Strand Chambers’ Henry Hendron was sentenced to 140 hours of unpaid work and an 18-month supervision order
Hundreds of Legal Cheek readers cast their vote, but who’s nabbed the crown?
The move comes as research earlier this year revealed more than a third of calls to charity helpline were from stressed-out junior lawyers
Factortame pain and judgments with pictures in
All the legal celebs will be there
John Beggs QC targeted in local press and on social media
Eurovision advice bureau: How the globe’s greatest song contest can help you cope with law revision stress
Complete with photos of air hostesses and Latvian pirates
The campaign against the joint enterprise doctrine is not over
Lawyers aren’t very happy with latest piece from the LinkedIn row barrister
Exclusive: Wannabe barristers at London’s Holborn branch could have to re-do the exam in August
Nearly 2000 youngsters to benefit from Pathways to Law over next four years, but no corresponding hike in number of undergrad mentors
Female lawyers’ need to look the part — a pressure that won’t go away
Russian President is joined by political leaders including Chinese President Xi Jinping appearing to endorse controversial bill
Is this new practice area about to emerge?
Legal Cheek reveals the biggest names on campus law faculties
BPTC satisfaction survey results: student happiness surprisingly unrelated to chances of pupillage success
Bar course experience better in the regions — even if life afterwards often isn’t
Legal Cheek spat hits the nationals as criminal barrister responds to Oxford law student who called out his ‘Twitter hate campaign’
Criminal barrister v Delicate Oxford flower: Round Two
The illegal photograph also captured the magistrates’ legal adviser in the background
And even if you do, will your partnership prospects be damaged?
But is the hot City trend of “agile working” simply a token gesture?
It may well only exist in the abstract nowadays, and that’s okay
Mood brighter outside the big two
Sadiq Khan nicks a goal back for the profession in centuries old battle with the privileged as to who should run country
Legal Cheek Careers meets the award-winning Pinsent Masons pair who are helping to build a new £588m NHS hospital
Second year Oxford University law student details flaws in 30 years and counting barrister’s argument and signs off with a kiss