Henderson Chambers boosts pupillage award by 40% as it unveils new Caribbean secondment
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Legal Cheek spoke to two barristers to find out just how crazy the situation is
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Cambridge law student goes public about creepy rubber duck stalking campaign
Undergraduate who has done mini-pupillages at two top sets tells world about attracting unwanted attention
City lawyers can’t agree if they should fill the legal aid gap
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