What's it like advising east London tech entrepreneurs about the law?
Magic circle firm reveals where the successful 20 studied.
We asked protesters at today's demonstration against the legal cuts for their seven-second messages to Justice Secretary Chris Grayling.
In a varied career that has spanned practising as a solicitor, financial journalism and the authoring of several well-known books about commercial awareness, Hogan Lovells' Chris Stoakes has learnt to follow his heart.
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.
The anonymous trainee solicitor-to-be behind the hugely popular Twitter account @LawVicissitudes shares the wisdom he gleaned from multiple assessment day fails — and, eventually, one success.
As increasing numbers of top law firms introduce apprenticeship programmes, we consider the arguments in favour of entering the legal profession straight from school.
New pupil barrister on BBC legal drama Silk fails to impress on debut.
The law graduate who spotted that the car park in Thornton v Shoe Lane Parking is being demolished has a blog containing photos of how places which featured in famous cases look today.
Since appearing on YouTube on 2 March 2007, a Donoghue v Stevenson-inspired parody of The Police's 'Message in a Bottle' has delighted tens of thousands. But, having been buried under reams of inferior videos over the last seven years, this is probably the first many law students will have heard of 'Snail in a Bottle'.... Read more »
Having begun his career in the 90s recession, Mayer Brown head of banking and finance Dominic Griffiths has plenty of sympathy with those applying for training contracts today.
The Ministry of Justice's long-awaited announcement about its consultation on reforms to criminal legal aid has sent shockwaves through the profession.
Law firms' desperation to attract Oxford and Cambridge students has spawned some dazzling evenings-out.
Law students...and judges, beware.
On the evening of Monday 24 March seven contributors to the 'If I knew then what I know now' series will be gathering at Inner Temple to answer questions on how to make it to the top in law — or even just how to land a training contract or pupillage. The event is free... Read more »
Set's priority to find new homes for in-coming pupil and current first-sixer, but mini-pupillage applicants to be disappointed.
Like sports and equalities minister Helen Grant, magic circle firm Linklaters is pro-cheerleading.
Lord Denning fans will be sad to hear that the car park which featured in the famous Court of Appeal exclusion clause case is no more.
Advancing to the higher echelons of BigLaw requires an understanding of how professional services firms work, writes Norton Rose Fulbright partner Madhavi Gosavi.
Bagging a scholarship isn't as hard as students often imagine.
Gizoogle is a gangsta version of Google, through which a pimped-up version of the internet can be accessed. The lawyers who populate this realm do things differently.
Images propelled to fame by Facebook page 'Law School Memes'.
Limited edition classics on sale.
A rare good news story for the criminal branch of the legal profession.
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