How City law prepares you for the *joys* of motherhood
One associate can’t help but see comparisons between her crying newborn baby and her demanding clients
Fifty Shades of trainee solicitor torture
Forget the book; sod the gala film opening — as Valentine’s Day approaches, wannabe lawyers should just read this
Like the Ritz, Grayling’s embarrassing ‘Global Law Summit’ is open to all
Join the Justice Secretary, some arms dealers and Cherie Blair to toast the Magna Carta
A solution to the Band Aid lyrics controversy: apply them to lawyers
As the ‘Do they know it’s Christmas’ single is criticised for its “cultural ignorance”, WaitroseLaw wonders if its message would be better-suited to stressed-out lawyers
What some deeply unoriginal sexist emails say about lawyers
An apology may have been enough for DLA Piper sexist email partner Nick West to keep his job. But it can’t reverse the damage his witless misogynistic quips have done to City lawyers’ reputations.
Who’s been a naughty boy?
Following White & Case’s recent removal from an oligarch dispute for a conflict of interest, WaitroseLaw reflects on a past few months packed with judicial spankings.