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#GreatLegalBake: Lawyers made a Donald Trump and a Brexit cake

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Make baking great again

The Great Legal Bake kicked off this week and lawyers have chosen to keep it topical.

Every year, lawyers — swapping their gowns for a set of oven gloves and an apron — put their cake making skills to the test for a charity bake off.

Last year, we saw a Supreme Court cake, pink bundle ribbon, scales of justice and horsehair wigs, and at first we were disappointed by 2017’s distinct lack of law-themed cakes. And then we saw this masterpiece.

It looks so amazing, we will forgive the inappropriate gavel.

Look at this one too.

Oh, and then there was this amazing Donald Trump cake from One Crown Office Row.

In and among the novelty cakes, you can’t deny there’s been some beautiful baking going on too. Look at these glorious cakes from Ipswich law firm Prettys.

This lot in particular made us swoon.

We can barely contain our excitement over this chocolate spectacle.

Yummmmmm.

And what would a law bake off be without someone in a dodgy fancy dress wig?

Happy baking everyone!

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12 Comments

Anonymous

No entry from the delightful Olivia Potts?

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Anonymous

Decent looking girl in the Birketts LLP pic, makes me regret not doing my TC there #phwoar

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Anonymous

do you even lift bro?

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Anonymous

i’m zyzz brah

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Anonymous

Is you ghost bro?

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Anonymous

Looks like the Trump cake was by Crown Office Row, not One Crown Office Row…

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Not Amused

Who made the gavel?

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Anonymous

The gavel looks great!

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Tommy

This is the perfect way to break down this inotfmarion.

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Anonymous

Are you Rob George? I went to a few of his (your?) lectures back when I was studying.

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Anonymous

Amazing talent of these people to excel in law and baking! top marks and for worthy causes, well done!! (the Brexit cake is the best )

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Anonymous

How do you know they excel in law?

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