An official round-up of the legal profession’s best Xmas trees
In a bid to get readers into the festive spirit, Legal Cheek has scoured social media to compile an official rundown of the profession’s best festive firs.
Check them out below 👇
Christmas comes to the office 🎄🎄🎄 pic.twitter.com/bz8Qy0Yute
— Lloyd Rees (@Lloyd_Rees) December 1, 2022
Mishcon de Reya
— Inner Temple Library (@inner_temple) December 1, 2022
Trowers & Hamlins
The City Law School
As we approach the final days of term, the #CityLawSchool is starting to look very festive!🎄🌟 pic.twitter.com/n9MQzSgn71
— The City Law School (@CityLawSchool) December 12, 2022
It’s beginning to feel a little festive here at Gray’s Inn. So far, we’ve spotted six Christmas trees – one of which comes complete with miniature Archbolds’.
🎄 What’s your favourite tree at the Inn? pic.twitter.com/4nsgPtRbXH
— Gray's Inn (@HonSocGraysInn) December 1, 2022
Slaughter and May
Have we missed one? Drop us a link the comments 👇
Most of those Christmas trees (1) are put up by property/building management (e.g. Taylor Wessing, Irwin Mitchell or Freshfields, which is only one of several tenants at 100 Bishopsgate) and/or (2) look spectacularly, bargain-bin shy*e.
Well done LC, another top notch article under the belt. Keeping it 100.
You’re the one guy at Xmas dinner who refuses to wear the paper hat aren’t you?
And moans on about the benefits of Brexit.