Global City of London firm boosts junior level pay across the board with trainees now taking home £42,000
Scottish road traffic specialist was simply trying to charge his phone — and keep warm
Wannabe lawyer splurged firm’s cash on first-class travel and took a call girl to formal work dinner — quality performance!
Judge warns of possible jail time after vicious attack involving seven punches left victim with a broken nose
Why bother with application forms when you can DM the boss?
Bar hopeful is offering cake in return for information
Former LLB student — who refused to pay fees after claiming law lecturer was a “joker” — sees overly ambitious case thrown out
Second year law student walks free from the Old Bailey after jury finds she was not complicit in murdering an ex that had threatened her with revenge porn
By bagging two scholarships and working part-time, University of Law bar graduate Sam Frost was able to keep costs down as he pursued his barrister ambitions
Lawyers are flocking to recently launched site in a bid to bag little Hugo and Henrietta pre-gap yah work experience. But is this just hi-tech nepotism?
The Judge trawls through his — and his mates’ — old vinyl collections in search of a soundtrack to ease the stress
What are the best alternatives for students turned off the bar due to lack of pupillages and legal aid cuts?
Top solicitors and barristers advise undergrads at Legal Cheek Careers at Inner Temple
As a junior barrister Herbert Smith Freehills’ Tom Leech QC could never sleep before a hearing. But he kept going…
Shearman & Sterling’s London open day for career changers debunked some popular myths
Legal Practice Course counterparts are the least keen, but when wannabe solicitors do take drugs they have penchant for cocaine
David Cameron’s 800th anniversary message from windswept Surrey car park wins little more than derision
Project mastermind Danielle White on a new way into the City that could change everything
Unofficial “poshness test” which champions “talent” keeps riff-raff out of legal profession
Red faces at London criminal and housing set, as Garden Court cocks up email and widely discloses names of wannabe barristers set for interviews
“You will be charged for us providing you this opportunity”
The pain continues
Show us that you’re not reliant on mummy and daddy, says bar graduate-turned-banking lawyer Sandie Okoro
City Law School pro bono director Sarwan Singh on what he’s learnt on his journey from law centres and local government to academia
Do you take illegal — or even “legal” — drugs?
Scheme is designed to encourage sixth-formers from “disadvantaged backgrounds” to have a punt at legal profession
Recently-qualified barrister Caoimhe McKearney advises