What’s it like advising east London tech entrepreneurs about the law?
23 Essex Street junior Vicky Gainza finds the Crown Prosecution Service’s threat to withhold work from striking barristers scary — but not as scary as the alternative of doing nothing to prevent the government’s legal aid cuts.
Final year Cambridge law students Zahra Mashhood and Loviisa Langdon consider the impact of recent moves by the legal profession to draw graduates from a wider pool.
Interview: Law student facing exclusion from Sussex Uni will draw upon Occupy legal challenge to fuel barrister dream
Most law students would consider the prospect of being excluded by their university to be a nightmare. But not Michael Segalov.
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In autumn we reported on the glamour model who has… Read more »
Podcast: Do you have a better chance of landing a training contract if you do your law degree in London?
The growing separation between recovering London and the struggling rest… Read more »
We gathered together Young Barristers’ Committee chair Hannah Kinch, Citizenship… Read more »
What do Bar graduates think of the new Inns of Court scheme to create ‘dozens’ of extra pupillages next year?
The new Inns of Court subsidy scheme to help publicly-funded… Read more »
Exclusive interview: Founder of Facebook sensation ‘Things Law Students Don’t Say’ reveals all (apart from his identity)
If the Midlands-based LLB student behind ‘Things Law Students Don’t… Read more »
A year after finishing the Legal Practice Course (LPC) and… Read more »
Once upon a time, when higher education was free and… Read more »
Like many young hopefuls, Thomas Connelly and Nathan Akhavan-Moossavi both… Read more »
Cambridge law student Sebastian Salek (pictured above left with Legal… Read more »
It’s a confusing time for future legal aid barristers. On… Read more »
Amid the thrills of YourBarristerBoyfriend’s sensational arrival on the scene… Read more »
There’s an assumption that the trade in essay and training… Read more »
As you’d expect, Myles Jackman – aka “Obscenity Lawyer” –… Read more »
As Hardwicke Building found out last week, lawyers who enjoy… Read more »
The path from the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) to… Read more »
In just two months, with a mere 284 tweets, anonymous… Read more »
Earlier this month Law Society chief Lucy Scott-Moncrieff caused some… Read more »
Legal Cheek‘s Kevin Poulter has just asked Attorney General Dominic… Read more »
Law Society president Lucy Scott-Moncrieff raised eyebrows in the City… Read more »
When pushed to get out and flaunt their wares, many… Read more »
Incredibly, Yusuf Solley landed the first pupillage he applied for… Read more »
Over a bottle or two of the finest Tesco Value… Read more »
After spending his 20s as an actor, rising to fame… Read more »
Why Doing The Bar Professional Training Course And Not Becoming A Barrister Isn’t Necessarily A Bad Thing
Yesterday I met up with top legal blogger Charon QC,… Read more »
Social media is giving individual solicitors and barristers a voice… Read more »
PODCAST: ‘If I Can’t Get An Interview, Should I Film Myself Being Interviewed Then Post It On YouTube?’
As he outlined in his blog post yesterday, College of… Read more »
These days, lawyers seem to spend half their time trying… Read more »
Last week, David Cameron’s former chief-of-staff, Alex Deane, explained to… Read more »
Weber Shandwick Head Of Public Affairs Alex Deane: ‘Why I Don’t Miss The Genteel Poverty Of The Criminal Bar’
Criminal barrister-turned-PR-guru Alex Deane loved the camaraderie and courtroom thrills… Read more »
Legal Cheek editor Alex Aldridge and Bircham Dyson Bell solicitor… Read more »