Seemingly innocuous lawyer advert is in fact a clever publicity stunt for Breaking Bad spin-off
Solicitors coined £77m from personal injury claims, but it didn’t stop them taking the Micky out of miners
Photographic evidence proves that not even cut price booze can convince legal London to fall in love with the solicitors’ trade union
Wigapedia draws upon Biblical inspiration to follow the twists and turns of the Jackson reforms
“Fancy joining the Paras?” asks a Quality Solicitor franchise firm in Dudley, applying gloss to some fairly mundane social welfare and family law tasks.
The best bits from yesterday’s #TCapps Q&A, featuring Norton Rose Fulbright, Mayer Brown, Aspiring Solicitors, Kaplan Law School and David Allen Green — amongst a host of other experts and wannabe lawyers.
Legal profession workers are massively more stressed out and pissed off than the average worker, a leading solicitors’ firm discovers after sending in the survey boffins.
Dominic Grieve QC replaced by a non-silk who promotes his ability to video-conference with the best of them
James Mitchell — whose video of Slaughter and May 33 years ago went viral after being unearthed by Legal Cheek — recalls magic circle life in the dark ages.
High street law firm newbies kitted out in silly clobber while the skateboarder from Dirty Sanchez takes over business development.
Advice from, amongst others, Norton Rose Fulbright, Mayer Brown, Aspiring Solicitors and David Allen Green in hour-long session that is open to all.
Facebook post by Liverpool John Moores law graduate has over 7,000 likes and almost 5,000 shares — and sees her inundated with responses.
21% of 2013 trainees at top 30 law firms are Oxbridge, 58% are Russell Group — only 15% went to other unis, with 6% studying abroad.
Calling all students, trainee solicitors, hard-pressed pupils, struggling legal aid lawyers, general dole loafers and functioning alcoholics: the Law Society is flogging pints of Stella for £2.85!
33 years on, one Slaughter and May home video star is still at the firm, another is at Herbert Smith Freehills, while the solicitor behind the camera has left the law altogether.
The Queen of Pre-nups Ayesha Vardag and her new hubby Stephen Bence — both of London law firm Vardags — made an unexpected appearance as contestants on hit Channel Four show ‘Couples Come Dine With Me’ this week.
Staff at high street solicitors’ practice unearth a disused mini-arsenal as they go round with dustpan and brush
Lawyer also has a yellow and green office, a yellow and green car and only eats yellow and green food.
Despite trying to pitch categories at high street and younger lawyers, only City slickers look likely to afford Chancery Lane’s gala event
A chap standing for the bench in the home of country music bears some striking resemblances to the man with the Lawgiver pistol and purveyor of summary executions
Attempt to write something memorable backfires spectacularly.
Decline in LPC applications suggests that students don’t believe recent increase in training contract numbers will be sustained.
A hashtag spawned by Sean Jones QC took off this morning.
Someone has put a video on YouTube that was filmed inside top City law firm Slaughter and May in 1981.
Articles in The Independent, The Telegraph and The Guardian about Robert Sayer disappear from search engine after implementation of controversial ruling.
When jargon goes very wrong indeed…
Sadly, no — it’s an MP instead. But a recent City of London event on whether the law should be scrapped still generates volatile and at times polarised debate.
It was traumatic and shoes were hurled from windows, but eventually the country’s “top” divorce lawyer was able to sign her own fail-safe document
The children of the financial crisis could pose a danger to law firms if their ambitions aren’t accommodated.
Saturday’s gay pride celebration saw a record 30,000 revellers march through central London. Among them was a large contingent from the legal profession.
Brazil 2014 legal geekery: striking parallels revealed.
London-based wannabe solicitor seeks to raise £15,000.
Following Wonga’s creation of fake law firms Chainey, D’Amato & Shannon and Barker & Lowe, Twitter users have been having some fun with the #FakeWongaLawFirms hashtag. Here are a selection.
High Court clears way for Selwyn Strachan — who was released from prison in Grenada in 2009 after Amnesty International slammed his “fatally flawed” trial — to become a solicitor.
Parody accounts already alive on Twitter as pay-day lender coughs up millions in compensation
War of words rages north of the border — and perks up independence debate — following inflammatory tweet
Tens of thousands of fake followers descend on Mark Lewis after — irony of ironies — his Twitter account is hacked.
“It’s the fruity ones which are the most fun? No, wait…”
60% of stressed-out solicitors say volume of work is the problem; 42% cite client expectations.
Combining law firm marketing with action hero role-play.