Who said lawyers weren’t creative?
The legal profession’s answer to the Great British Bake Off is happening this week — and it’s making us really hungry.
The Great Legal Bake is a charity initiative pioneered by The London Legal Support Trust, the same guys that brought us the London Legal Walk. The idea is simple — bake some cakes, sell them, then give the money to a legal advice charity.
Entries began trickling in at the beginning of the week, with this UK Supreme Court-inspired work of art — featuring all 12 justices — a particular highlight.
— UK Supreme Court (@UKSupremeCourt) February 2, 2016
We also enjoyed this scales of justice-themed creation.
— Legal Advice Centre (@QMLAC) February 2, 2016
But the fundraiser really kicked off on Wednesday, when we were treated to some of the most creative law-themed cakes Legal Cheek has ever seen.
— Tia Hussain (@TiaChildrenLaw) February 3, 2016
— Joanne Kane (@JoanneKane_) February 3, 2016
— DavidGray Solicitors (@DavidGrayLLP) February 3, 2016
— Michael Scutt (@michaelscutt) February 3, 2016
— sharon montgomery (@sharonmonty) February 3, 2016
— Nicola Shepherd (@NICOLASHEPHERD7) February 3, 2016
Making law-themed cakes definitely isn’t new or novel, and it’s great that the charity has managed to capitalise on this ever-growing trend. After a quick Instagram scour, we were surprised at how much of a thing ‘law cakes’ actually is.
Just have a look at some of the great pics we found.
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We are equally impressed as we are hungry.