The Uffizi follows up Pornhub success by suing Jean Paul Gaultier
But does trouble lie in store when it comes to AI art?
Diversity milestones in law and politics
Solicitor Baljinder Singh Atwal reflects on the recent appointments of Law Society President Lubna Shuja and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak
Magic Circle v US firms: A moot point
City Insider takes issue with a recent market report comparing the elite quintet to ‘a room full of millionaires that refuse to believe that their business model is in trouble’
Deterred from justice: The criminal bar’s darkest hour
Years of underfunding has created a retention and recruitment crisis, writes aspiring barrister Edmund Mawoko
British firms cannot avoid the Wolves of Law Street
An American culture is coming for the politer British model, warns our anonymous City insider
‘An open letter to my fellow lawyers — it’s time to be completely honest about mental health’
Lack of support coupled with poor work-life balance is creating a “perfect storm”, warns doctor turned trainee solicitor Gavriel Sapir
Are we barking up the wrong tree about animal rights?
Legal Cheek’s Will Holmes explains how animal rights are being misunderstood
Should ex-magic circle man Raab become caretaker PM?
Question mark over whether Boris will stay until Autumn
Why the ECHR should go medieval
Will Holmes explains how revisiting medieval debates on natural law could improve the application of modern human rights
Has a robot really just hired a lawyer?
Chatbot seeks legal rep after becoming sentient, claims AI engineer
How TikTok is helping lawyers land new clients
The app isn’t just face filters and viral dance trends, explains magic circle associate turned tech founder Richard Mabey
Russia-Ukraine war: UK immigration lawyers rally to support refugees
Away from national headlines, a corner of the legal profession is doing extraordinary things not in lucrative defence of oligarchs, but in unpaid support for those fleeing
Will City law firms join the Metaverse?
Where clients go, their lawyers will surely follow…
Graduate recruiters should provide ‘tick box’ feedback
Prioritise clarity over uncertainty when rejecting training contract applicants
Why lawyers must lead the way on diversity
It’s time the conversation moved beyond chargeable hours, profit margins and marketing, writes solicitor Baljinder Singh Atwal
Fad or future? Elite law firms target tech-savvy students for non-law roles
A new wave of TC alternatives is sweeping the City
‘Here’s to the return of in-person legal events’
Face-to-face gatherings are slowly returning — and this can only be a good thing, writes Legal Cheek’s features editor Aishah Hussain
‘I completed my training contract remotely while pregnant’
Skylar McKeith reflects on an ‘eventful’ past year and a half
‘The pressure to be mentally strong can be dangerous’
BTC student Natasha Kirkpatrick reflects on her own personal challenges ahead of the launch of bar mental health support network BLEMI
Tax through time: How to get the rich to pay their way
Will the government learn from the lessons of the past? asks future magic circle trainee Will Holmes
Has the Court of Appeal just trapped inventors in 1421?
Future magic circle trainee Will Holmes considers the ‘historically absurd’ definition of inventor following this week’s DABUS patent ruling