The mystery of the vertically-challenged barristers
Bar Council tweet highlights a new set of Hobbit-sized lawyers
Legal Cheek hit with take-down notice over barrister and sheep picture
Marketing managers — donchya just love ‘em. Especially po-faced examples in the legal profession
Rubbish press release: take a bow, Slaughter and May
Old skool City law firm fails to get a grip on this new PR thing
The Judge Reviews: legal aid propaganda play is worthy but dull
“The Invisible” won’t sway Michael Gove, but it will bore audiences
The GDL is for ‘spineless’ losers, says Bristol Uni law student
Graduate Diploma in Law is for those with a half-hearted interest in legal profession, claims LLBer, amid decline in popularity of conversion route
From wasps to car-hire — junior lawyers need to diversify
There are many ways to exhibit commercial awareness…
Fried Mars bars — Scottish judges and lawyers love ‘em …
Shock discovery reveals secret legal profession culinary habits north of border
War of words at Milton Keynes County Court
Kiss good-bye to lawyer civility
Lawyer calls client a ‘small penis as*hole’ — then challenges him to a duel over billing dispute
Row with your client? Insult the size of his manhood and then figuratively slap him in face with a silk glove
The Judge Rules: criminal barristers are playing into the government’s hands
The current strike is likely to be short lived and ultimately lead to what the Ministry of Justice wants
Signs of despair as criminal bar strike ballot moves to climax
Will lawyers take a leaf from book of French revolutionaries on Bastille Day?
Clifford Chance ponders battery farm lawyers
Office sub-let deal to leading German bank sparks fears of poolside culture clash
Meet the traditional Law Society man on steps — and the garrotted wife
Weird rituals were enacted at yesterday’s annual meeting of the body that represents solicitors
Can anyone beat this pile of law tomes?
The Judge Rules: Chambers have a niggling problem with sexual harassment
Bar authorities have done well with recent £4,000 fine, but the hearing process needs to be more open
Is this the real ‘Suits’ law firm?
Ok, so they’re in unfashionable Toronto and not NYC, but the airbrushed Henein Hutchison mob has nailed the look just in time for broadcast of series five
Court user lashes out at ban on legal aid debates in robing rooms
Officials have confirmed that mentioning the word “strike” while on court premises is a naughty step offence
Is Ministry of Justice being mawkish with its rebadged Twitter page?
Families of those murdered in Tunisia are not going to feel better because of a slogan
The Judge Rules: In defence of Lord Harley
It’s time to drop the Alan Blacker obsession
Royal Courts of Justice chiefs in security crackdown to beat terror threat
But crisis looms over fire extinguisher shortfall
Latham & Watkins vac schemer in Wolf of Wall Street-style drugs and prostitutes binge
Wannabe lawyer splurged firm’s cash on first-class travel and took a call girl to formal work dinner — quality performance!