One barrister said she shouldn’t be let out without a ‘carer’
But can a letter signed by 253 law scholars achieve more than a petition by nearly two million?
Exclusive: Lord Chancellor’s speech was badly judged and has not gone down well with new QCs
We don’t know our public law in the same way Americans seem to
She chairs the House of Lords’ EU Justice committee, and she thinks we’re living through “an ugly period”
The legal profession fights back, as petition set up by Leeds solicitor gains one million signatures
It’s been a good week for the Ministry of Justice 👍
General dissatisfaction from typical pro-Remain profession, but some see glimmers of hope
Twitter in meltdown as it emerges lawyers representing Trump won ‘Russia Law Firm of the Year’ award
A big day for Chambers & Partners
Damned if she does and damned if she doesn’t?
The President-elect’s outspoken lawyer Michael Cohen is going to be honoured there
Barrister who saved Fabric nightclub tasked with boosting capital’s night-time economy
Justice Secretary figure of ridicule once more as she tells MPs barking dogs help deter drones from prisons
“Another Liz Truss classic”
Have they not read his speeches?
We’re guessing the GDL, LPC, BPTC and LLB cohorts weren’t big readers, but still…
Was it something she didn’t say?
Row breaks out as two former Lord Chancellors keep the ‘e’
Does he want his old job back?
Trump may not win, but the populist sentiment he embodies could have a far-reaching impact on the law and the legal profession
Court ‘underwhelmed’ by government’s defence as Jeremy Wright QC takes stand in Brexit legal challenge
High Court case concludes today
The rumours were true
Lawyers compare new government plans to ‘shame’ companies that employ foreign staff to Nazi persecution of Jews
One QC described the Home Secretary’s proposals as “abhorrent” and refused to follow them
Theresa May and David Cameron are wrong
Woman tipped to become next shadow attorney general appears to fly in face of Labour’s stance on selective education
Politician says parliament to be kept in dark about EU negotiations, lawyers not very happy about it
Basic principle of parliamentary sovereignty may be under threat from Brexit “farce”
Academics rage after Michael Gove drops a risky Black Lives Matter gag at the Society of Legal Scholars conference
Former Justice Sec’s comments described as “unacceptable”
Lawyers lead the way at the top of London politics as Sadiq Khan appoints Matrix Chambers QC to Deputy Mayor post
Matthew Ryder QC takes diversity and social mobility position
Theresa May says otherwise
Daily Mail readers furious
But a spokesperson for Enrique Peña Nieto suggests they were just “style errors”
He wants a first class degree too