January — A
Judge Patricia Lynch QC branded an abusive defendant “a bit of c**t”. She was cleared of wrongdoing by the Judicial Conduct Investigations Office (JCIO) in January.
February — D
University of Cambridge law student Ronald Coyne sparked outrage after attempting to burn a £20 note in front of a homeless man.
March — A
Using what looks like black spray-paint, someone scrawled “FUCK LAWYERS!” at the main entrance of Hill Dickinson’s Liverpool headquarters.
April — B
Aidan Wiltshire was allowed to bring his emotional support cat Taylor with him to court.
May — C
Bond Dickinson paralegal Ria Hattam become an internet sensation after she attended a horse riding event wearing the same yellow puffer jacket as 16 other people.
June — D
Simon Spence QC, who was in the running to become the Criminal Bar Association’s next vice-chair, appeared to liken solicitors to postmen in his manifesto.
July — B
Nottingham Trent University’s Nigel Hudson designed a land law-themed Pokémon Go-inspired augmented reality game.
August — A
Adopting a more relaxed dress code, Travers Smith’s lawyers, trainees and support staff can wear “business casual” clothing when not in meetings with clients or conducting work on client floors.
September — B
Ella Hughes revealed that she had quit law school and was now a porn star.
October — A
Master of the Rolls Sir Terence Etherton revealed that Sir Ian Burnett was formerly known to many present as “Ian from Essex”, appearing to allude to him residing in the county with his wife and two children.
November — C
The Birmingham law student reportedly got a bottle of VK tattooed on his leg.
December — C
Former Westminster law student Georgia Toffolo won this year’s I’m A Celebrity. . . Get Me Out Of Here! this year.
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