From Exeter to Ashurst: How being a campus ambassador helped me secure a prestigious City training contract
Ahead of Ashurst’s campus ambassador application deadline, Rebecca Fenton reflects on what she got out of the role — which the firm offers at 11 unis
The army’s loss is the law’s gain
Marisa Hornabrook is looking forward to her legal life with Burges Salmon -- and it all began with an Insight Day more than three years ago
How to use the law to make a difference
Fletchers' Mark Tempest looks back on some of his most memorable cases
How I became a City law firm partner at just 36
Hogan Lovells' Richard Goss shares his tips for aspiring lawyers
From vacation scheme to NQ solicitor
Rob Hobson made a late decision to go into law, but he’s just about to start life as a Mayer Brown lawyer
The Pinsent Masons solicitor who’s giving back as a school governor
Bilal Mohammad wants to help more people like him into the legal profession
From trainee solicitor to pro bono manager
Becca Naylor’s passion for human rights has led her to a dream job with Reed Smith
Courtrooms around the world are things of beauty
Here are some of the best
Weird laws of sport
Whatever you do, keep your hat on
Boris to sue for slander (and libel)?
The new Foreign Secretary might just have the law on his side
Lily Allen tweets about Farage & Co at a mysterious garden party
But did she over-step the mark in terms of privacy law?
Not coming to the UK anytime soon: Brexit
Lawyers are set to be busy working out how the UK’s departure from the EU will happen -- if, that is, it ever does
In need of a musical study break?
A sleepless Prince
Google's algorithms throw up an interesting comment on (some) lawyers' lives
Kim is here. Are you?
As virtual paralegals start work, how long before others stop?
Trump turnaround on legal fees pledge
The Donald proves as contradictory as ever
Once they were lawyers… Marcel Proust
The great French writer had a law degree -- and that’s not all
Iconic blond person says First Amendment must go
As The Donald says he’ll change laws he doesn’t like, we wonder which other world leaders have done likewise
Comment is free — but it can be costly
As The Telegraph announces the suspension of online reader comments, a media lawyer explains the law below the line
Proudman v Delilah?
Zero tolerance for Welsh rugby songs