As lawyers wake up to the mobile photo-sharing network, we bring you the best legally-themed accounts
Events for law students and musings on human rights, by Doughty Street barrister Tunde Okewale.
An inside peak into the life of St Albans family law solicitor Lauren Riley (who was on The Apprentice) — she seems to spend lots of time at the gym.
Documenting the lives of unsuspecting “barrister hotties”.
Out and about with Kingsley Napley solicitor Dave Rowntree and his old pals from Blur.
Charting the pain of life as a wannabe lawyer.
6. Aspiring Solicitors
Insights into, amongst other things, law firm biscuits — from Chris White, founder of diversity and networking organisation Aspiring Solicitors.
Bircham Dyson Bell solicitor Kevin Poulter keeps followers up-to-date with his penchant for celebrity spotting.
One of the more prolific — and honest — of the growing number of corporate law firm Instagram accounts.
One of the most active UK law faculty Instagram accounts, featuring regularly dispatches from the West Country.
A Keele Uni second year charts the ups and downs of her law degree.
It has been a crazy day. Thankyou to @legalcheek for sharing this page! (Although, without asking me first…but it's cool. We cleared that up earlier!) However, it has raised my attention to the importance of ensuring that your personal information is secure online. Especially in light of details that I had left available on this account. This page will remain anonymous from now on. At present with 2 sarcastic and legally motivated admins! 🙂 Also, in a slightly happier note (but still so so relevant!) – This gives you a good chance to check out the new Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act 2014. It was an exciting summer and the law on the sanctity of personal information has just gotten better!! (Thanks for reading) -S #lawfeels #DRIP2014 #dataretention #Lawstudent #lovelaw #anonymous #law #lawschool #hardworking #workaholic #sorrynotsorry
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